Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1975
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Happy Birthday, America. You've come a long, long way. In April of this year you celebrated your
200th birthday dating from the Battle of Lexington and Concord and the beginning ofthe long struggle
for human freedom, Some of those years were bloody with wars, others throbbed with the pulse of one
of history's highest human adventures-the quest for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Through half of that history Tech has played a part, at first as a United States Arsenal dating from
Civil War days. The grounds served as an army post and a supply depot. Soldiers were stationed here
during Reconstruction days, and on until the Spanish-American War.
Then in 1912 the arsenal grounds became a school where young adults prepare themselves to play
their active part in our nations day to day life Through the years Tech has won repeated recognition 1n
such patriotrc projects as Freedom s Foundatlon and the Francis Bellamy Awards
The nation and the school have seen a lot of history and so the 1975 Cannon Yearbook salutes the
bicentennlal year Happy Birthday America and congratulatlons Tech' You ve come along long way
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And what could be more appropriate to call up the historic years than an almanac-a typically
American production since 1732 when Benjamin Franklin introduced POOR RICHARD. The almanac
is an old fashioned ucompendiuml' fcollectionj of odd and useful information, complete with important
dates, home remedies and "did you know" articles. In old times no home was without one. It is probable
that Abraham Lincoln leamed to read with an almanac.
Durmg the years when Tech was an arsenal James Wh1tcomb R1ley went traveling with a medicine
show In those days patent medicines like liver pills and stomach bitters advertised their remarkable
cures by publishing almanacs Later James Wh1tcomb R1ley was to become loved as the Hoos1er Poet
and to make his home on Lockerbie Street within wa1k1ng distance of Tech The home lS now the heart
of a community redevelopment project
In the Splflt of Tech s part in the bicentenmal observance the Tech almanac IS presented as a guide
to pleasant living and happy memories
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REMNANTS of the old days still speak in the
ticking of the Arsenal clock. The Guard House
still has barred cells in its basement. The West
Residence, restored last summer, holds mystery
in its circular staircase, and the Barn still stands.
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An encampment of soldiers on Michi-
gan Street hardly dreamed that a century
later the same grounds they occupied
would echo to the footsteps of Tech
pupils on their way to class.
In 1865, at the close of the Civil War,
the Arsenal building was erected. During
the Reconstruction era, others followed.
Soldiers slept in the Barracksg sentries and
prisoners occupied the Guard House.
From his home in the West Residence,
the commandant directed the storing of
munitions in the Magazine, and in the
Artillery Building fnow torn down.J The
Barn in those days stored cavalry supplies.
During the Spanish-American War the
arsenal was witnessing its last warlike
In 1912 the grounds and building
became Arsenal Technical High School.
Instead of the bugle calling reveille, bells
were to summon pupils to class for the
next sixty-odd years.
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In the Spring of 1974, for the first
time, the juniors and the seniors met
together for a fabulous, fun-filled evening
of dancing and dining-the J unior-Senior
Prom. The evening went very smoothly
with the election of a handsome Junior
King Frank Kelly and a lovely Junior
Queen Caron Bruce Ccenter picturej. A
lot of people looked forward to this
prom and they were well pleased with
Before the dance started, dinner was
served in the lovely Hilton Ballroom.
Then, to top off the evening, the couples
had live entertainment by the Soul Rela-
tions Show Band. Along with the music
came the "Boogie', "Bump" and the Soul
Train dance which lasted till midnight,
If you went to the Prom this year, we
just know you had a boss time. See you
"Hey, Freshie!" screamed anxious
crowds of upperclassmen all through the
year as they watched their fellow students
do things only a rookie would do, feven
if the rookies sometimes were sopho-
mores, juniors and seniorsj We also recall
purchasing elevator and swimming pool
tickets and selling campus maps.
Throughout the school year, we all
had to visit our friendly neighborhood
Bookstore for books and supplies, even
though some of the lines extended out
the door of the basement of the Arsenal.
We also remember being late to class and
running all the way across campus from
the second floor of the Shop Building to
the third floor of the Main, but somehow
we made it.
As our school days progressed, we re-
member being taken to the Tech Library
to get a book report, but instead, falling
asleep. By the end of the year we all had
been affected with a rare and deadly
disease called spring fever.
Now come graduation for some of us,
a new grade level for most, and a sense of
advancement for all.
KATHY MILLER exhibits her outstanding
talent, as she attempts to twirl a fue batong
other twirlers are Jan Berry, feature twirler
and Kyle Thompson, twirler captain.
CARL MICHAELIS, an honor student at Tech, toured France this past summer. Carl lived with
a French family. Here Carl is standing in front of the famous French cathedral Notre Dame.
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CHICO JOHNSON displays his prize winning ability with his
hoola hoops. Chico -won First Runner-Up in the National Hoola
Hoop Championship. His prize winning routine was broadcast
and judged nationwide on the Mike Douglas Show.
An apple a day costs 27 cents. A stitch in time keeps you from tlunking clothing.
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Here it is folks, your Tech Career in
nineteen easy steps! Begin with number
1 and don't trip. Each word is defined
below. Fill the blanks yourself,
remembering that the last letter of each
word is the first letter of the next word.
1- A starting student at Tech or one who
does everything backward.
2. Students keep assignments in this,
3. This group sends Homecoming off
with a bang.
41. Every student should carry one of
these to class.
5. What you acquire through learning.
6. Ambitious students exploring the field
7. A step beyond the "Teeny Greeniesf,
8. All home football games are
9. One who puts on a
magnificent halftime show.
10. When youive got it nobody can take
it away from you.
11. A time when football and
basketball games take place.
12. We cheer this gang of guys on.
13. .Our outstanding yearbook sponsor.
14-. Working their way to the top but not
15. The military group at Tech. -
16. The girls who keep our spirit aroused.
17. You are one of these until you become
18. We're all proud to be mighty
19. Those magnificent young people who
made it to the top.
lve given up. reading booksg lfind it takes my mind off myself..
RECIPE FOR TECH SPILIT
One student bod full of ha in
Y PP 855,
Eleven well chosen football players care-
fully trained, 500 mouthfulls of yelling,
Twelve peppy cheerleaders mixed with
special power flavoring. Add a world of
vigor. Simmer in the football stadium on
a cool fall evening. Put all ingredients to-
gether and season with excitement. Serve
Students sit silently staring at the
Children are a great comfort in
briends, Titans, countrymen, lend me
your ears. Look who is graduating after
all these years.
The brain is a wonderful organg '
starts working the moment you get up
in the morning and does not stop until
you get into class.
your old age - and they help you
reach it faster too. S C h O O I
Study and work, dont be a flop
ff Sooner or later you will reach the top
23-24 Football Jamboree
First day of school
Tech vs. Broad Ripple Football
Junior Council Roller Skating Party
State Chess Tourney
Girls Volleyball Tournament
Cross Country Sectionals
Junior Council Ice Skating Party
Cross Country Regionals
Symphonic Band Highlights
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MARCHING BAND AND TITANETTES-FRONT ROW: Debbi Green-
well, Susie Gessner, Donna Adam, Kim Ferguson, Robin Keithley, Penny
Outlaw, Jackie McCall, Kathy Miller, Jan Berry, Kyle Thompson, Reba
Sears, Julie Lewis, Renetta Constantine, Doreen Martin, Bonnie Thompson,
Kathy Messer. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Newell, Jullian Gammons,
Tracie Woods, Jackie Whitney, Debbie Evans, Randy Biech, Earnest Nelson,
Michael Cheatham, Autum Taylor, Roberta Wade, Charlotte Dimmitt,
Laurita Smith, Anna Taylor. THIRD ROW: Beth Lyall, Kristi Senour,
Caron Lasley, Terri Day, Nancy Hapner, Joe Pitts, Robin Bruer, Audrey
Armes, Stuart Laughlin, Tracy Warren, Phillip Carbin. FOURTH ROW:
William Ellis, Bob Freeman, Dwayne Beasley, Willie Brown, Mark Williams,
Antoni Taylor, Jeff Routh, Ron Wagner, Patti Rocks, Cheryl Cooper, Mike
Ellis. FIFTH ROW: Mark Rush, Lisa Cooper, Darlene Litteral, Tom Har-
vey. STANDING: Lee Barricklow, director, Kelvin Means, Donald Hapner,
Roger Hart, Tim Cooper, Ed Hagen, Vicki O'Nei11. NOT PICTURED,
In the groove and on the move!
THE HART BEAT is great, Roger A-O.K.
TECH BAND LOOKS on as the Titans push
through to victory.
In the groove and on the move de-
scribes this year's Tech Marching Band.
Along with putting on magnificient half
time shows at the football games, the
Tech Marching Band was proud to be a
part of some extra activities. The March-
ing Band, performed with many other in-
ner city high school bands at the dedi-
cation of the new Market Square Arena.
They also performed with over 30 bands
at the Ball State University High School
Band Day. Following the Ball State Uni-
versity Band Day they were the proud
achievers of a second place at the ISMA
Marching Band Contest.They also brought
a second place in over-all inspection.
The whole marching band put in an
extra two weeks of summer band prac-
tice. Along with this, Senior Drum Major,
David Carr and Junior Drum Major,
Vickie O'Neill participated for a week at
Smith Walbridge Drum Major Camp. Band
Director, Lee Barricklow, also put in a
little extra time this summer as he was a
teacher at Smith Walbridge Band Camp..
The band summed up their season
with a "Football Highlights Show" which
included songs from previous games, per-
formances from the "Titanettes" and
awards being presented to one year mem-
bers, two year members and seniors.
POM-PON CORPS-FRONT ROW: Ki F
. I m erguson, Kathy Miller, C0-Head, Donna Adams. SECOND ROW: Debbie Greenwell, Sandy Harp. THIRD ROW
Robin Keithley, Susan Guessner, Penny Outlaw, Jackie McCall, Barbara West.
Titanettes on the move
Along with performing outstanding
football and basketball halftime shows,
this year's Titanettes were really on the
move. They participated with the March-
ing Band at the All City Southport
Marching Contest, Ball State University
Band Day, the dedication of the new
Market Square Arena, and an All City
Majorette Contest at Chatard High
Besides practicing at the end of the
summer, five of the twenty girls attended
a week at Tri-State Majorette Camp and
FEATURE TWIRLER: Janice Berry
were proud to bring back a blue ribbon
awarded to them for their hard work and
enthusiasm. They were Kathy Miller-
pom-pon captain, Kyle Thompson-twirl
ing captain, Doreen Martin, Reba Sears
and Bonnie Thompson.
All twenty girls put in extra time in
summer practices and after school ses-
sions to make this yearis corps the best.
They succeeded very well with the help
of their sponsor, Sheila Sullivan. She is
very proud to sponsor such a bright-eyed,
bushy-tailed group of girls.
Football team turns out a winner, ends 8-2
The varsity team got off to a winning
season this year beating Shortridge in
their first game, but losing to Howe in
their next game. After that, they won six
consecutive games before finally getting
beaten by Chatard. It was the first win-
ning season Tech has had since 1965.
The Titans had a strong team this year,
losing only five seniors from the year
before and having eight seniors try out
who hadnlt played since they were fresh-
Not all was to the Greenclads' advan-
tage: they were without coach Willie Mar-
tin, Cwho had pneumoniaj part of the
season. The Titans finished 8-2 for the
1974 VARSITY FOOTBALL
14 Shortridge 0
8 Howe 1 1
27 Broad Ripple 13
34 Wood 0
18 Scecina 14
42 Arlington 14
14 Marshall 6
62 Attucks 7
12 Chatard 46
20 Bloomington North 0
BELOW: Greg Miller C107 starts to execute a
pitch-out to Kenny Lee f33J.
BOTTOM: Steve Rodrigues 1203 throws a block
as John Brinkley C221 powers through.
1974 VARSITY FOOTBALL-FRONT ROW: Earl Moore, Henry Williams, Reggie Fletcher, Bob Kelly, Larry Barringer, Bruce Seagraves, Steve Smith, Steve
Rodrigues, William Hackett, Mike Fagan, Sam Herrera, Paul Anderson, Frank Kelly. SECOND ROW: John Kitcoff, James Bell, Tom'Darden, Lawrence
Hooks, Alan Miller, Dwayne Mason, David Griffin, Larry Griffin, Clarence Thompson, Greg Miller, Jerry Hill. THIRD ROW: John Brinkley, Kenny Lee,
Steve Douglas, Tom Bruce, James Buckley, Leston Moore, Mark Breland, Jolm Haliburton, Brad McCall, Roger Rebanack, Joe Johnson, Mark Whitfield,
FOURTH ROW: Mike Cecil, trainer: Howard Catt, athletic directorg Willie Martin, coach: Francis K.nue, Melvin Bowers, assistant coachesg Don Turner,
George Chatman, Anthony Green, Andrew Smith, Steve Powell, Tim Planigan, Doug Sims, Ed McDowell, Bob Woodard, coaches: Tim Fuller, student manager.
V TRAINER Mike Cecil watches the Titans moving on to victory.
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The Reserve Football team, trying
hard to follow in the Varsity's footsteps
had a successful season in themselves.
They finished second in the east division
of the city with a 6-3 record and fourth
in the city overall, with a 6-4 record. The
team showed many sophomores as good
prospects for the future.
Coach Mel Bowers labeled the team as
having a strong offense, which was sup-
ported lirmly by a good running and
passing attack. The defense showed a
hard-hitting attack which contributed
greatly to the success of the team.
When you take into consideration that
the team played only two home games,
they turned out a well played season.
THE TITAN DEFENSE holds Cathedral to a
1974 RESERVE FOOTBALL-FRONT ROW: Jerry Robertson, Tom West, Dave Griffin, Larry Griffin, Clarence Thompson, Burt Hanneman, Clarence Clay-
ton, John Kitcoff, Tim Fuller, student manager. SECOND ROW: Brad McCall, Tim Ellis, Tom Darden, Lawrence Hooks, James Bell, Mark Breland, John
Gore, Dwayne Mason, Kevin Cousins, Mark Whitfield, student manager. THIRD ROW: Roger Rebanack, Lloyd Mason, James Buckley, Ron Clark, Tom
Bruce, Hugh Warner, Leston Moore. FOURTH ROW: Francis Knue, Melvin Bowers, coaches, Steve Douglas, Doug Sims, Tim Flanigan, Steve Powell, An-
drew Smith, Michael Cecil, trainer: Howard Catt, athletic director.
1974 RESERVE FOOTBALL
28 Shortridge 7
8 Howe 6
16 Broad Ripple 14
12 Cathedral 14
8 Scecina 12
28 Arlington 0
8 Marshall 6
21 Attucks 0
0 Chatard 14
12 Perry Meridian 20
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1974 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: James Williams, Tony Lee, Darryl Strodes, Charles Long, Terry Pritchard, John Riggin, Gary
Moore, Dwayne Cambell, Bob Bruce, Dwaine Craig. SECOND ROW: Dave Bruer, Anthony Garrett, Bobby Rogers, Brad Newman, Charles
Earnest, Lewis Mosley, Mike Coomer, Charles Blanchard, Gayland McKinney, Tony Woods. THIRD ROW: Tony Carver, Dale Henderson, Ty
Wilson, Charles McKay. David Phelan, Jack Thomas, Dave Whide, Rick Anderson, Tony Gambel, Dwayne Walker. FOURTH ROW: Mike
Cecil, trainerg Rex Marshall, John Hurrle, coachesg Lander Tumer, Jeff Loraic, Steve Hammer, Neil Coward, Lowel Plummer, Tim Pryer, Neil
Ulsh, Greg Helms, student managerg Howard Catt, athletic director.
The new members of the Athletic Department, sometimes known as the freshman team, show us their football talents against Howe.
1974 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL
6 Howe 8
20 Broad Ripple 8
34 Wood 12
22 Scecina 0
0 Arlington 8
O Marshall 14
12 Crispus Attucks 0
6 Chatard 20
rou h season
The Freshman football team finished
their season with a 4-4 record with many
close losses including that in the final
This year's team had a strong defense
against a running attack, but when oppo-
nents slapped a pass attack on them, they
lost out, due to a lack of size. The of-
fense moved the ball very well with many
good runningbacks. The backfield was
very quick and proved to have many good
prospects for next year. They had a little
more than average line for a freshman
Contributing to the team's four losses
were blocked punts, bad breaks, and men-
tal errors, such as penalties. Over all,
Coach John Hurrle feels the team offers
many good prospects for the Varsity.
. . . They
Ever wonder where Key Club got its
name? Key is an affiliate of the Kiwanis
Club, an organization which tries to
encourage youth, and encourage youth it
does. The Key Club has been responsible
for such things as Homecoming fireworks,
canned food drive, gym cleanups, school
and community cleanups, to name a few.
Key Club has been involved in the
community doing such things as the
Diabetes Bike-a-thon, ringing bells for
the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots . . .
and the list goes on and on. When you
see the community and the school need-
ing help and getting it, look for Key Club,
they'll be there. Shouldnit you?
KEY CLUB-FRONT ROW: Vickie Chalifoux,
Marie Jordan, Jennifer Faulk, Lisa Cooper,
Debbie Chalifoux, Kathy Jones, Lois Whitfield.
SECOND ROW: Ermine Robinson, Sam Seals,
Stuart Laughlin, Libby Quintana, Francine
Whitfield, Marjorie Trittipo, Kathy Surencamp,
JoAnn Thomas. THIRD ROW: Delphine
Woods, Conzala Shaffer, Carol Harlan, Lynette
Montgomery, Kate Taube, Marlyn McDaniel,
Stephen Sumner, Darlene LitteraL FOURTH
ROW: Jackie McCall, David Harwell, Barbara
Taube, Sherry Harmon, Bonnie Thompson,
John Parks, Pat Wilson, Nickolus Quintana.
FIFTH ROW: Barba Wooten, Rex Mindach,
Darla Russell, Ben Moore, Gary Davis, Bobby
Kelly, Ann Moore, Wilhelrnena Cameron, Am-
old Lehman, sponsor.
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SERVICE CLUB-FRONT ROW: Kathryn
Taube, Lou Beeker, Jennifer Faulk, Rose Boggs,
Donna Hughes, Vickie Parks, Diana Hamilton.
SECOND ROW: Gary Bull, Debbie Thacker,
LaTonya Bonner, Libby Quintana, Amy Piety,
Caron Lasley, Ermine Robinson. THIRD ROW:
Lisa Arterberry, Sherry Harmon, Cecilia Carter,
Curtis Lasley, Rhonda Hazelton, Cindy Carter,
Marlyn McDanieL FOURTH ROW: Miss Ann
Phillippi, sponsor, Darla Russell, Rex A. Min-
dach, Ann Moore, Barba Wooten, Teri Hill,
Mrs. Karen Finney, sponsor. NOT PICTURED:
Sherry Greer, Marianne Williams, Susie Hal-
stead, Sandra Scott, Debra Graham, Melody
Rohrman, Ruthie Allen, Becky Goode, Cindy
Davis, Barbara Taube, Penny Outlaw.
Service Club does it again!
3-2-l-Tweet! At the sound of the
whistle hundreds of kids from nearby
homes and children's homes dashed for-
ward to find the pounds of multi-colored
eggs hidden over the broad field. Service
Club was there co-sponsoring the Easter
Egg Hunt at Sycamore Park. The smiling
faces of toddlers shouting, "I found one!"
and the discouraged faces of those who
didn't, registered the high's and low's of
the event. The members tried their best
to help find the well hidden eggs. Finally,
after all the eggs were found there was a
drawing of tickets, with piizes for the
The Easter Egg Hunt was only one of
many activities that Service Club spon-
LISA ARTERBERRY, Rose Boggs, and Cece Carter help distribute Mums for Homecoming as
a Service Club project.
sored. How about decorating a nursing
home at Christmas? collecting food for a
needy family at Thanksgiving? the Valen-
tine Tea to honor faculty members? the
College Tea giving a preview of college
life? the sale of booster buttons? Home-
coming Mums . . . Well, you get the
Service Club idea!
NEIGHBORHOOD CHILDREN at the Easter
Egg Hunt take a break to look at their goodies.
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-FRONT ROW: James Trotter, Joe Burton, Nate Robb,
Eric Glenn. SECOND ROW: Bruce McGeath, coachg Steve Scott, Nathan Harris, Howard Catt,
JOE BURTON, Steve Scott, and Nathan Harris do their daily workout.
Cross Country runners
build surprisin season
Starting with almost nothing, a coach's
dream came true this year for Bruce
McGeath, head coach of the Varsity Cross
Country Team. With only one returning
letterman, and two men who had never
run cross country before this year, Mr.
McGeath put together a successful team.
The Varsity Hnished the 74 season
with 52 wins and 35 losses. They placed
3rd in the City and 6th in the Sectional.
Running in three big invitationals, Tech
finished 6th at Washington, 12th at
Southport, and 12th at Columbus.
Varsity runners met almost all goals
they set for themselves, improving their
times all through the season.
1974 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY
5 4 Ben Davis 17
54 Washington 6 8
77 Perry Meridian 25
77 Southport 73
66 Howe 26
66 Lawrence Central 37
27 Manual 3 0
27 Arlington 53
27 Cathedral 64
27 Attucks 7 8
44 Northwest 19
THREE RUNNERS head off campus to do a 45 minute over-distance run.
Freshmen rack up two more trophies
STARTING to overtake two opponents, James Adams
shows how to become number one.
The 74 Freshman Cross Country team
members proved to be most successful,
. . . . . TRY
winning the Washington Invitational, the 1974 FRESHMAN CROSS COUN
City and concluding the regular season TECH OPPONENT
with 6 wins and 2 losses. James Adams 17 Washington 41
and Dennis McGuire battled throughout gouthsprtdu
S I lan
the season to be the number one runner. 30 Bai, I 36
In their battle the two runners tied for ig Ilgloweal gg
first place at the Washington Invitational. 17 Aaglgton 50
McGuire was injured and the rest of the 19 N0ffhWeSf 36
team had a bad day finishing llth. With Washington Inyitqtional 1st
regular season meets in between, the golffhllljoff lag
freshman team worked their way back up Cgym us n lst
to 3rd at the Columbus Invitational, and
they finished the season by taking the
FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY-FRONT ROW: Mathew Seals, Michael Webb, Michael Brown, David Teckenbrock, Steve Lewis, Alfred
Armor. SECOND ROW: Jay Kleine, coachg Ricky Gwinn, Willie Strong, Herbert Alston, Dennis McGuire, James Adams, Tom Witsman,
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Tennis team splits record half and half
The Boys Tennis team had a .500 sea-
son winning tive matches against tive
losses. The team consisted of eight players
with seven of them returning next year.
The only graduating member is number
one man Gary Davis who had a IO-0 rec-
ord in his matches and continued on to
the finals of the city tournament only to
be beaten in the last match. The number
two man Pat Arnato continued on to the
quarterfinals before losing. The team
practiced at Brookside every night when
weather permitted. Other players and po-
sitions were Joe Phillips holding number
three, and number four was Jim Suren-
kamp, while number five was Mike Long.
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GARY DAVIS shows the form that led him to the 7 Northwest 0 1 Arhngton
city finals. 7 Attucks 0 2 Broad Ripple 4 Attucks 1
7 Wood 0 1 Howe 0 Shortridge 5
leton, Pat Wilson,
The Girls' Tennis Team had a some-
ting season in
Girls Tennis Team
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nents next year.
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Girls Tennis Team practice for their first season.
Suspense zeroes in on runway in fall pla
GEORGE SPENCER CTony Millerl receives his ticket for FLIGHT INTO DANGER.
THE CAPTAIN tBruce Pillowj comforts his crew.
AFTER THE PLAY members of the cast retreat to Mrs. Alice Goodrum's house for a cast party.
FLIGHT INTO DANGER, adapted
from Arthur Hailey's AIRPORT, was
the first dramatic play in five years. Stu-
dents, parents, and alumni alike enjoyed
the play very much. Mrs. Alice Goodrum
directed and Ruth Reck assisted.
Lead parts were played by Tony Miller
and Carol Bennett. Other cast members
were: Ruth Reck, Valerie McCray, Jim
Booth, Donna White, David Harwell, Mike
Thomas, Tina Hayes, Karen Hughes, Er-
mine Robinson, Stephanie Rodrigues,
Vernon Cox, Rick Moore, Bruce Pillow,
Joe Brown, Cecelia Carter, Frank LaFara,
and Mike Greene.
With assistance from Mr. Ray Browne's
Stage Construction classes the play went
on. Mary Maillard, Kathy Miller, Beth
Wiley, La Donna Reck, and Robin De-
Burger assisted cast members with make-
up. Carolyn Marshall was in charge of
props. The stage crew consisted of Gerald
Murray, Joe Coleman, and Jerry Hill.
Student ushers were Lois Whitfield, Peg-
gy Smith, Kim Ferguson, Duane Engram,
Richard Miller, Anthony Howard.
Special thanks go to the following
people: TWA Airlines, Miss Sandee Norris,
Trailways Bus Company, Indiana Bell
Telephone Company, Mrs. V. Cauble for
Program typing, Theresa Yarbor, Denice
Williams, Lisa Hicks.
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MRS. SPENCER CCece1ia Carterb along with Frank
LaFara and Joe Brown hears frightening news about
her husband having to land the plane DR. BAIRD Uim Boothj examines first officer fRick Moorej as he becomes sick from food
MEMBERS OF THE CAST: Michael Greene, Frank LaFa.ra, Joe Brown, Bruce Pillow, Valerie McCray, Rick Moore, Donna White, David Harwell, Carol
Bennett, James Booth, Tony Miller, Cecelia Carter, Tina Hayes, Mike Thomas, Ermine Robinson, Karen Hughes, Vernon Cox, Stephanie Rodrigues, Mrs.
Alice Goodrum, director.
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MR. MURPHY discusses a few formalities with the
History teacher travels to Pakistan
Last summer Wesley Murphy, teacher
in the Tech Social Studies Department,
attended seminars and lectures about the
economic welfare of the Pakistanian gov-
ernment. He didn't attend a university
here in this country, but in Pakistan.
Pakistan is an Asiatic nation adjoining
MRS. MARTHA BRADSHAW'S U.S. History I
class students ponder through a six weeks test.
India, established as a result of World
War II, 23 years ago.
Mr. Murphy toured several points of
interest including the Himalaya Moun-
tains in the north. He had the pleasure of
meeting the Governor of Sind, a large
province. Much of the country's southern
section is desert where the temperatures
rise over a 100 degrees at times.
A Pakistani dollar is worth ten cents in
American currency. Mr. Murphy, studying
on a Fulbright Scholarship, found his trip
very interesting, and he learned much
about the people and their customs.
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QBEFOREJ William Morse in his college days, poses with JOHNNY the Phillip Morris midget.
QAFTEIQ In Mr. Morse's government class, he and Ricky Moore are about to discuss an article on the
last session of the Indiana legislature.
This year Tech's History Department
teachers have really been swingin' and
goin' important places and doing impor-
tant things. Who would ever have guessed
that William Morse was one of the na-
tion's most famous drum majors? He is
especially well known on the east coast of
the United States for his famous routines.
Mr. Morse was one of the first drum
majors ever to lead a college band twirl-
ing two batons at the same time.
While attending the University of Pitts-
burg Mr. Morse became well acquainted
with several famous people such as the
famous "JOHNNY" the Phillip Morris
midget, who recently retired from calling
This fall Mr. Morse returned to his old
alma mater, the University of Pittsburg
to a marching band alumni reunion where
he got out on the field and did his thing
again. Mr. Morse is a retired Lt. Colonel
in the United States Army.
John Hall, Tech history teacher, was
unable to withstand the Democratic land-
slide when he ran for state legislator. In
spite of defeat he carried best wishes
from the Tech students and teachers.
English is even more excltln
The new phase elective system the
Tech English Department is using had
some new additions this year. Litera-
ture of Social Responsibilities and
Literature of Adolescent Problemsg
Sports Literature and Animal Storiesg
Science Fiction and The Supernaturalg
The Young Man in American Litera-
ture and The Changing Image of Wo-
men in Amexicag Modern World Litera-
ture and African Literature, and The
American Dream are among the new
Along with the new courses were
three new teachers, Leslie Wright,
John Malin, and Mrs. Joyann Middle-
In Supernatural projects such as
levitation and a saeance were per-
formed by some students in class.
Students really went for Sports Litera-
ture and Science Fiction and The
Supernatural. As you can tell the
English Department is trying to make
English an enjoyable subject.
FRED LANE tries to improve his reading
skills by taking the Reading Lab course.
CURRICULUM COUNCIL-John Takacs, sponsor Karen Hughes Tom Danherser department head Ruth Reck The group confers daily on phase elective
MRS. COMSTOCK looks on in disbelief as her students try to conjure Edgr Allan Poe's spirit during a seance as a class project.
MRS. GOODRUM hands back test papers to her Legendary Heroes class. Mrs. Goodrum also teaches speech and is the sponsor of the Speech Team.
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Tech offers business opportunities
If the business world is what you
want, come knock on Tech's Business
Ed. door. For they'l1 welcome you with
open arms and a selection of any business
course that you might be interested in.
If you're not sure what business ca-
reer you want to go into, take a few
business classes and then decide which
field of business you Want.,
Tech offers you anything from Ca-
reers, General Business, Filing, Business
Law, to Data Processing, Accounting,
Cashiering, IOL, COE, DE, and many
other courses that get you started in the
world of business!
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TRACEY TAYLOR practices in her Typingl
NELDA JONES does tiling in the Intensive Office Laboratory
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IN A TYPINGI CLASS, Shiela Spal is tense not to make any mistakes.
STEVE WILLIAMS, Manual High School, takes
computer operations at Tech.
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VEOTA JONES and Charlotte McElroy work
together to finish a presentable garment.
DIANE HENSLEY adds final touches to her pants suit.
'KSTIR IT UP AND SERVE IT," is Linda Thomas and Robin Strickling's
motto, as they prepare dinner.
Home Economics establishes a full year
Mrs. Marian Moore, head ofthe Home
Economics Department offers interesting
and growing classes to girls and guys.
Home Economics groups have won ap-
preciation as they served teas for the PTA,
honor society program, and guests from
North Central Evaluation Association
committee during the year. They served
LEROY JOHNSON and Anthony Remberton
are ready to serve you in Boys Home Eco-
Red Cross by making clothing for those
in need of simple articles. For them-
selves they developed fine talents in de-
signing pants suits and later advancing to-
ward evening wear and formals.
The Home Economics Department in-
troduced Needle Arts, last semester, a
new and exciting class involved in the
fields of needlepoint, crochet, embroi-
dery, knitting, and quilting.
Preparing gourmet specials is just
another way of expressing superior talent
as the Home Ec. Department cooks up
more activity for the student body of
Tech High School.
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MATH TEACHER, Mrs. Thelma Morse gives a helping hand to a student.
This year is the beginning of the Tech
300 program. The program has been de-
signed to accomplish four specific goals:
flj improved school attendanceg OJ im-
proved student attitudes towards school,
C31 improved academic achievementg and
Q43 increased number of graduates for
each incoming freshman class.
There are 10 faculty members and 16
staff members that are presently working
with the students.
Donald Q. Daily, a former social
studiesteacher at Tech for 15 years, is the
director of Tech 300. He says, "We want
to get kids to attend school regularly, get
them interested, and keep them sof'
TECH 300 MESSENGERS: Ida Nickson, Tony Carver, Cathy Counceller,
Connie Wallace, Barbara Holden.
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AN EAGER STUDENT can't wait to begin
300 ets head start
TECH 300 counselor Larry Slaton works with students. I
SECRETARY of Tech 300, Mrs. Polly Nobles, helps Diana Davenport and
House Plan-tried and true
ROLL CALL in the Cafeteria is "on the menu" for hungry House pupils.
During its five years of existence the
House Plan has made hundreds of Tech-
ites feel "at home".
During the current year about 770
pupils were chosen at random for mem-
bership in the group. The purpose, is to
bring teachers and pupils closer together.
Actually the House Plan is like a school
Within a school, having the advantages of
a large school curriculum and the op-
portunity to know fellow classmates.
Seventeen members make up the staff
headed by John Miner. fSee page 161 for
PUPILS concentrate on a social studies lesson. It's a small world, and PUPILS in a House Plan science lab write up their lesson.
apparently a happy one.
HOUSE PLAN MESSENGERS-FRONT ROW: Sammy Johnson, Rose Carruthers, Rhonda Williams,
Debbie Ford, Rick Wmnette. SECOND ROW: Tammie Grable, Sandy Harp, Terry White, Mark Hof,
Cameron.Boggs. THIRD ROW: Sheryle Cline, Clyde Adair, Larry Cline, Mavonne Rutledge, Dale
Inman, Linda Hapner.
JEFF ROUTH and Joyce Millican linger in the
hall . . . Bell time, friends. Let's go!
EXERCISE IN KNOWLEDGE TEAM-FRONT
ROW: Peggy D. Smith, Mark Short. SECOND
ROW: Beth Wiley, Charles Jackson, Carl
Michaelis, Wesley Murphy, sponsor.
tudents struggle hard
to win honors
Maintaining a 7.0 average for two or
three years isn't easy, but it can be and
is done over and over again here at Tech.
This good work does not go unnoticed
thanks to the PTA which gives various
awards each year. Sophomore honor stu-
dents receive a certificate, Juniors re-
ceive a certificate and a silver scholarship
pin, and if a 7.0 average is maintained,
seniors receive a PTA honor sweater.
Ever turn on the television and see
faces that look familiar? Donlt be alarm-
ed, it's just the Exercise in Knowledge
team matching wits with another school.
This team, sponsored by Wesley Mur-
phy, meets every Tuesday morning dur-
ing "X" hour, and is quizzed on general
knowledge. The questions asked and the
information covered are not disclosed
until the actual taping of the program.
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SOPHOMORE HONORS-FRONT ROW: Joy Roberts, Carol Young,
Shawn Senour, Dennis Hicks, Sheri Oates, Melody Rohrman, Marcella
Smith, Amy Piety. SECOND ROW: Janet Deatrick, Roberta Wade, Beth
Aubrey, Roschell Major, Kim Ferguson, Laletta Brinkley, Francine
Whitfield, L'Tanya Davis, Salinda Trittipo. THIRD ROW: Jim Carr, Kathy
Sullivan, Steven Powell, David Lewis, Robert Simpson Jr., Sharon Dinkins,
Thomas Darden, Theresa Durnil, Kathy Lane, Beth Lyall.
JUNIOR HONORS-FRONT ROW: Carol Cole, Marjorie Darden, Kathy
Surenkamp, Clara Beeker, Debra Sanford, Linda Berry. SECOND ROW:
Theresa Barnes, Marlyn McDaniel, Teresa James, Ruthie Crafton, Ruth
Reck, Timothy Smith. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Harlan, Marie Jordan,
SOPHOMORE HONORS-FRONT ROW: Debbie Greenwell, Robin
Keithley, Barbara Holden, Alexandria Hong, Debbie Miller, Melody
Middleton, Donna Adams. SECOND ROW: Tonya Jackson, Christopher
Love, Joel W. Brown, Jeff Alexander, Cathy Huff, Vicki Carson, Jaye
Marcum. THIRD ROW: Teri I-Iuff, Teresa Long, Chenk Gir, Phyllis
Thompson, Carol Keithley, Suzanne Fleetwood, Audrey Armes, David
Min1ms. FOURTH ROW: Thomas C. Harvey, Marlon Harris, Valerie L.
Kennedy, Kevin Russell, Rick Adams, Bill Cox, Charles Rent, Diana
Reynolds, Lisa Arterberry.
Rhonda Hazelton, Henrietta Bolden, Barbara C. Taube, Donna White.
FOURTH ROW: Kristi Senour, Daryl Newman, Thomas Howard, Martin
Buchanan, Irie L. Smith, Pasquale Amato.
If teaching is your goal, Exploratory
Teaching is for you. Exploratory Teach-
ing is a one credit course in which a per-
son may choose the level at which he
wants to teach including ninth grade here
at Tech. Schools 74, 78, and Roberts
School have been most popular among
exploratory teachers, but Duane Blanken-
horn, sponsor, tells us that one could
probably teach at any public school. He
also assures us that an exploratory teacher
will take on the responsibilities of a
college student teacher. If teaching isn't
your goal or you haven't decided what
your goal is Exploratory Teaching could
change your ideas about your life's work.
EXPLORATORY TEACHERS Brenda Morgan,
Peggy J. Smith.
Student Action for Education, SAE, is
a group of students interested in teaching
and helping others.
As an after-school project they tutor
younger pupils at the Westminster Presby-
terian Church. SAE members also serve
as hosts to welcome foreign-born pupils
The group went carolling December 19
and then enjoyed a party at the home of
the sponsor, Mrs. Joan Brown.
PEGGY J. SMITH lends a hand to a pupil at School 74.
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GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROW: Lori Johnson, Jaye Marcum, Sheri Hawkins, Gina Foster, Linda
Mills, Barbara Holden. SECOND ROW: Kathy Herald, Melody Rohrman, Joyce Ledell, Debra Graham, Cynthia Davis. THIRD ROW:
Kim Ferguson, Francine Miller, Dessie Winn, Marcella Smith, Denise Browning, Robin Stoner. FOURTH ROW: Karen Askins, Cindy
Carter, Wilhelmena Cameron, Jameszetta Taylor, Delisa Keller, Terry Mulkey, Debbie Thacker.
DEAN OF GIRLS MESSENGERS FRONT ROW
Nelda Jones DonsPh1ll1ps Patti Turner Terri Day
Kathy Jones Rose Cruz SECOND ROW Dana
Thompson, Ida McCampbell, Teresa Shmkle, Lisa
Wehr, Sylvia Terrell, Debbie Hammons. THIRD
ROW: Melody Middleton, Debbie Lewis, Debbie
Evans, Diane Butten, Darlene Litteral, Amy Piety.
FOURTH ROW: Fannie Cox, Jennifer Tom, Jo-
wana Ferguson, Wynthia Browne, Karen Webb,
Wonder Thompson, Lisa Stinson.
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSISTANTS-
FRONT ROW: Robby Rady, Earl Moore. SEC-
OND ROW: David Moore, Richard Davenport,
Christopher Stubbs. THIRD ROW: David Thomas,
Mike Fagan. A Q
HEALTH OFFICE MESSENGERS-FRONT ROW: Patti Turner, Debra
Sanford, Juanita Clark. SECOND ROW: Frances Commons, Eileen Russell,
Marcella Smith. THIRD ROW: Glenda Taylor, Ruth Williams, Jackie
McCall, Starla Line, David Sanford.
ATTENDANCE OFFICE MESSENGERS-FRONT ROW: Donna Butler,
Cathy Simon. SECOND ROW: Brenda Baird, Linda Freemont, Rose Boggs.
THIRD ROW: Mary White, Sandy Hannemann, Donna Biggerstaff.
FOURTH ROW: Anna Decker, Mariane Hannemann, Jani Clark.
Messengers perform useful services
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ROW: Barbara McNee1y, Debra Graham, Rhon-
E ' Ef . da Calvert, Deborah Calvert, Terry Creech.
' SECOND ROW: Glenda Brown, Michelle Mi-
W 2 chaelis, Suzanne Fleetwood, Nanci Hapner,
' 5 Q Donna White. THIRD ROW: Ric Adams,
, ," 1 James Taylor, David Boucher, Avery Johnson
'gf' , I. l 4 t Jr., David K. Watson, Anthony Boyd.
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Karen Askins, Sherry Noerr, Barbara Barr,
Beth Weber, Wanda Dodd, Patricia Barr. SEC-
OND ROW: Rita Hunt, Linda Williams, Charles
Stinger, Alice Bartlett, Micki Palimeno. THIRD
ROW: Norma Sue Bryant, Virginia Lee, Tom
Bauerle, Troy Frazier, Joseph Cox, Sheryle
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Basler, Thomas Bauerle, Michael Beach, Clara
Beeker, Gary Beever
Debbi Benedict, Wanna Lou Binns, Jan Berry,
Jeff Berry, Linda Berry, Bertha Bess, Donna
Biggerstaff, Rose Boggs
Jamie Bolton, Phylis Bolton, La Tonya Bonner,
James Booth, Helen Borczak, Gary Bottoms,
David Braden, Julie Brenton
Joyce Brewer, Richard Briles, John Brinkley,
Lolita Brinkley, Vickie Brinkley, Gregory
Brooks, Angie Brovm, Frank Brown
Glenda Brown, Joe Brown, Joel W. Brown,
Michael Brown, Schelida Brown, Sheila Brown,
Shirely Brown, Vickie Brown
Wynthia Brown, David Brur, Robin Brur, Norma
Bryant, Thomas Buchanan, James Buckley, Bon-
nie Bull, Gary Bull
Joe Burton, Debbie Butche, Amelda Butler,
Deborah Butler, Jeweline Byers, Mildred Cal-
la.han, Nancy Cal1a.han, Wilhelmena Cameron
Clyde Adair, Donna Adams, Vicki Adams
Jeff Alexander, Michael Alexander, Doreatha
Pasquale Amato, Toni Anderson, Mark An-
Audrey Armes, Terri Atnip, Beth Aubrey
Ruby Austin, Charlee Baily, Valerie Ball
Nikita Barker, Barbara Bamer, Theresa Barnes
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Margaret Davidson, Diane Davis, Gary Davis,
Steve Davis, Barbara Davison, Terri Day, Janet
Mike DeBurger, Penny Decker, Bob Deloach,
Mike Dicks, Chris Didion, Sandra Dobbs, Bren-
Phillip Carbin top salesman 161 sales.
Larry Yarrell top salesman 161 saleS.
David Carr, Gloria Carroll, Vicki Carson, Ceci-
lia Carter, Cynthia Carter, Tony Carter, Jina
Larry Catlett, Lisa Caulk, Debra Chalifoux,
Vickie Chalifoux, Michael Cheatham, Yolanda
Chowing, Robert Clay, Mary Clegg
William Clem, Merceda Clifford, Darlene Coffer,
Kim Colvin, Francis Commons, Debbie Cook,
Cindy Cooksey, Joe Cooksey
Deleans Cooney, Cheryl Cooper, Edward Con-
way, Diane Comforth. Evonne Cotton, Bill
Cox, Fannie Cox, John Cox
Joseph Cox, Vern Cox, MeLinda Crawford,
Linda Crocheron, Rose Cruz, Theodore Cum-
berland, Thomas Darden, Ronald Davenport.
Marjorie Darden second place, 52 sales. Tracy
Durham, Debbie Edwards, Leland Edwards,
Norma Edwards, Vhlliam Ellis
Dwayne Engram, Isabelle Espinoza, Olivia Es-
pinoza, Sylvia Espinoza, Deborah Etheridge
Bryan Evans, David Roy Evans, Deborah Evans,
Pamela Eubanks, Mike Fagan
Julie Fairgrief, Jennifer Faulk, Jowanna Fer-
guson, Kim Ferguson, Steven Ferry, Karen
Fields, Suzanne Fleetwood, Vicki Floyd
Rochelle Floyd, Basil Foley, Theresa Foley,
Anita Foor, Ann Ford, Debbie Ford, Gregory
Ford, Lorie Ann Ford '
Debra ,Foster, Gina Foster Steve Fox, Teresa
Franklin, Kurt Frantzeb, Troy Frazier, Anson
Freeman, Randy Freeman
Tolla Freeman, Robert Freeman, Tim Fuller,
Loretta Garland, Sue Garten, Linda Gaskey,
Melody Gertz, Sally Gessner
Susan Gessner, Bonnie Gibson, Penny Gilliam,
Jerry Gillman, Octavia Gipson, Mary Jane Glo-
ver, John Gadsey, Pam Goergen
Emest Goldsmith, Robert Goode, Regina
Gowdy, Tammie Grabbe, Debra Graham, Gerri
Graham, Kim Graves, Tony Graves
Linda Gray, Robert Greene, Debbie Greenwell,
Steven Grider, Dale Griffin, Debra Gunn, Beth
Gunyon, Ricky Gwin
Kim Habacker, Norma Haddock, Cheryl Hale,
Edna Hall, Sherry Hammer, Tredye Hampton,
Sandy Hannemann, Donald Hapner
Nancy Hapner, Carol Harlan, Jay Harlan, Tam-
my Harris, Edwin Hartle, Tom Harvey, Debbie
Hawkins, Kathleen Hayes
Tina Hayes, James Heavrin, Janet Hebble, Dan-
ny Heidelberger, Diane Hensley, Camilla Hen-
son, Kathy Herald
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Mark Hoke, Barbara Holden, Rita Holden,
Linda Holder, Danny Hollaway, Peter Holmes,
Marcella Hone, Alexandria Hong
Debbie Hood, Robert Hood, Debbie Hopkins,
Donna Hughs, Karen Hughes, Rita Hunt, David
Hurst, Kathy Ingels
Margie Irons, Debbie Isaacs, Elizabeth Jacks,
Carolyn Jackson, Charles Jackson, Kenneth
Jackson, Kurtis Jacobs, Teresa James
Charlene Jefferson, Carla Jeffries, Barbara John-
son, Chico Johnson, David T. Johnson, Jeff
Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Vemita Johnson
Robert J ointer, Norman Jolliile, Anthony Jones,
Gwen Jones, Patricia Jones, Ramona Jones,
Linda J oumey, Karen Keane
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place, 34 sales.
Kathy Keeker, Carol Keithley, Robin Keithley,
Cindy Keller, Delisa Keller, Kathy Keller, Bob-
by Kelly, Carol Kent
Brenda Kerr, Cecile Kimmons, Alice King,
John Kitcoff, Bonnie Klippner, Joe Kopinski,
Paul D. Kuehl, Joyce LaDelle
Frank LaFara, Gordon Lair, Ellen Lampher,
Kevin Lane, Louis Lane, Caron Lasley, Stuart
Laughlin, Carol Lee
Virginia Lee, Cathy Levi, David Lewis, Debbie
Lewis, Steve Lewis, Sherry Lickliter, Ronnie
Lickliter, Robert Linder
Starla Line, William Linton, Mona Lockett,
Linda Long, Teresa Long, June Lorick, Ron
Lovett, William Lund
Elizabeth Lyall, Brad McCall, Lisa McClung,
Jackie MeCreay, Mark McElroy, Tran McGuire,
Tim McGuire, Gaylon McKinney
Shirley McKnight, Cindy McNeal, Lee Ann
Mc Elroy, Debbie Madsen, Michael Mahurin,
J aye Marcum, Carolyn Marshall, Karen Massa
Vickey Meadors, Robert Mendenhall, Jerome
Mendez, Barbara Mertz, Michelle Michaelis,
Donna Middleton, Lori Milbum, Anthony Miller
Augustine Miller, Debra Miller, Dennis Miller,
Judy Miller, Richard Miller, Sheila Miller,
Stephan Miller, Rex Mindach
Mary Miracle, Charles Mitchum, Lynette Mont-
gomery, Raymond Montgomery, Ann Moore,
Benjamin Moore, Jorga Moore, Rickey Moore
Sonya Moore, Helen Morford, Brenda Morgan,
Pam Morgan, Gwen Morris, Lesa Morrison,
Sharon Moulder, Cindy Murray
Patsy Murray, Robert Myers, Tony Neal, Sue
Karen Askins sixth place, 26 sales.
Benita Kennedy sixth place, 26 sales.
Brad Newman, Daryl Newman, William New-
man, Gary Nicholas
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Janet Pugh, Rosie Marce Pulliam,Warren Quirk,
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10 Faculty Christmas Party
20 Basketball: Tech vs. Attucks
21 Christmas Vacation
3 Basketball: Tech vs. North Central
11 Basketball: Tech vs. Muncie Central
18 Basketball: Tech vs. Manual
20-25 City Basketball Tourney
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30 Junior Council Skating Party
31 Basketball: Tech vs. Shortridge
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MELODAYRES SING their hearts out for the Channel 8 WISH TV viewers as they perform on the
annual Techoir Christmas Concert.
The Music Department took on a big
project this year. Not only did they sell
candy, for the small ensembles. Hoping
to buy an electric piano for department
use, they also sold over 57,000.00 worth
of candles. Next year through the pro-
fits of this sale, the Music Department
will have a new electric piano of its own
instead ofa borrowed one.
During the Christmas season the Mu-
sic Department presented Christmas-in-
the-Round. The Techoir taped their an-
nual Christmas show on Channel 8 WISH
TV with all the small ensembles par-
The Music Department ended their
year with their annual musical HOW TO
SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT
MR. MOON COUNTS his daily toll of candle money. The Music Depart-
ment sold 3,000 candles this year in a week and half.
MARK RUSH has a promising career as a musician, and as a painter.
MRS. J UDITH SHATTUCK, KATE TAUBE and Jennifer Faulk inspect
the candles before distributing them to students to sell.
GIRLS CONCERT CLUB-FRONT ROW:
Gina Foster, Patricia Rocks, Elizabeth Newell
Denise Browning, Rose Cnxz, Susan Wester
Carol Keithley, Susan Hone, Debra Porter.
SECOND ROW: Lois Whitfield, Sharon Moul-
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Annette Burruss, Julie Wildrick, Sherlyn Sim-
mons, Autumn Taylor, Robin Bruer. THIRD
ROW: Teresa Lee, Serita Stevenson, Vesta
Gillard, Brenda Morgan, Barbara Wooten, Au-
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Teri Hill, Sharon Hooks, Aletha Verhines.
NOT PICTURED: Becky Goode, Sandra Allen,
Katrina Childers, Rochelle Major, Debra Martin,
Vicki Storey, Bonnie Terry.
Girls' Concert Club-A gung-ho group
After rushing and making beautiful
pastel colored dresses this year, the Girls'
Concert Club began their annual debut.
Along with all the other performing
music groups in the Tech Music Depart-
ment, the Girls' Concert Club partic-
ipated in Open House, and the Christmas
in the Round Show. The group consists
of 32 to 33 lst sopranos, 2nd sopranos,
lst altos, 2ndT altosg These are the voices
that make up that rich mellow sound
every day the fourth period in Room 648.
BEFORE PERFORMING for the Open House audience, the girls freshen up a bit, as they comb
their hair nervously for the forty-third time. The Girls' Conoert Club performed for the Christmas in
the Round festivities also.
Mr. William Moon is the director of
this gung-ho group that is full of spunk
and cooperation. The voices of the Girls'
Concert Club will help make up the
women's section of the Techoir next
semester and next year.
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MELODAYRES FRONT ROW: Carolyn Jackson, Cheryl Cooper, Chris Chastain, Sherri Chapman, Janice Berry, Beth Wiley. SECOND ROW: Ronald Lair,
Randy Biech, Orron Coleman, Thomas Witsman, John Simpson, Robert Hood.
Melodayres made the "big time" this
year singing an engagement before a
special audience at the Stouffer Inn.
This was only one of the public appear-
ances featuring "A Time for Us", "Sing,
Sing a Song" and "Pat-a-Pan". Some of
their numbers featured flute accompani-
ment by Randy Biech.
The group also provided a treat for
the eyes, with the males sporting ruffled
shirts and the girls looking perky in
JAN BERRY looks on with excitement as she awaits her cue to sing at
Open House. CHRIS CHASTAIN harmonizes with Sherri Chapman and
Randy Biech as they prepare to perform for Christmas in the Round.
The Women's Liberation is on the
move toimprove with the dazzling beauty
of the Girls' Ensemble. The Ensemble
began its year not only with twelve
beautiful voices, but also twelve beautiful
faces. The Ensemble performed for many
organizations during the year, such as
Nesco, ladies luncheons and the Mayors'
During the Christmas season the En-
semble went carolling around the campus.
After returning from Christmas vacation
the group threw a shin-dig at the home of
Mrs. Kandis Brown, the director. Last
but not least, the Girls' Ensemble looks
forward to a successful Spring Variety
Show with the Boys' Octette, the Melo-
dayres and the Stage Band.
GIRLS ENSEMBLE-FRONT ROW: Samantha Overton. Roberta Wade, Kyle Thompson, Vicki
Carson, Alexandra Hong. SECOND ROW: Sherry Greer, Sharon Denkins, Teresa James, Nancy
Winkle, Mrs. Kandis Brown, directory Debbie Lewis, Sheila Chapman, Lesa Morrison.
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The Boys' Octette started this year
with immediate programs. They began to
perform for audiences as early as October
12, 1974-not even six weeks of school
yet. This year the Boys' Octette was
formed of one senior, two juniors, and
They worked hard frustrating hours
trying to achieve an extraordinary nice
mellow sound. Members went to William
Tatumls house for a Christmas party. The
Boys' Octette ended this year with a two-
hour variety show including the Girls'
Ensemble, Melodayres, and the Stage
THE GIRLS ENSEMBLE perform their mono-
tone angel skit for the Christmas ln the
THE BOYS OCTETTE sang Old Tannenbaum
fO'h Christmas Treel for the Christmas in the
BOYS OCTETTE: William Cox, Rex Mindach, David Lewis, Larry Yarrell, Anson Freeman,
Bruce Chaney, Mike Thomas, Jeff Johnson, seated at the piano Thomas Harvey, accompanist.
"Canimus ex Animow says the Techoir
Early in the year the Techoir per-
formed for the Market Square Arena
opening and for the Indiana Music Teach-
ers' Association at Shortridge High School.
The Techoir held their annual Kick-
Off Banquet to get the members ac-
quainted with each other, and to meet
the new officers. The officers presented
the choir members with a weird sym-
phony. Coke bottles were played by
Cheryl Cooper, junior representativeg
pillows by Chris Chastain, co-president,
spoons and balloons by Rex Mindach,
junior representative, typewriter by Lesa
Morrison, hostess, alarm clock by David
Carr, sergeant-at-armsg stapler by Julie
Lewis, secretaryg and the conductor was
Larry Yarrell, treasure r.
The Techoir taped a program on
WISH TV and carolled downtown. Wil-
liam Moon was the director.
SHARON DENKINS enjoys one of the small ensembles as she waits to
perform with the Techoir in the Christmas in the Round festivities.
THERESA JAMES AND Nancy Winkle have a before performance chat as Sheila Chapman looks
over the program.
ROGER HART AND RANDY BIECH kid around with each other before
dnging for the Mayor's Breakfast.
CAROLYN MARSHALL and other choir members join together at channel 8 WISH TV studio to tape the annual Techoir Christmas Concert.
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David Carr, Cheryl Cooper, Rex Mindach. SECOND ROW: Vicki Carson, Debbie Sanford, Teresa James, Sheila Chapman, Kim Harbin, Alexandria Hong,
Samantha Overton, Nancy Winkle, Sherri Chapman, Sherry Weiglein, Beth Aubrey, Carolyn Marshall, Shelly Hacker, Jennifer Faulk, Janice Berry, Linda
Whitcliff. THIRD ROW: Luangela Wolfe, Kathy Drass, Marianne Hannemann, Teresa Morrow, Sharon Denkins, Jackie Oliver, Charlotte Dimmitt, Kathy
Pettigrew, Darcy Rhoads, Suzan Partenheimer, Elizabeth Quintana, Marsha Slatter, Janice Steele, Roberta Wade, LaTonya Bonner, Debbie Lewis. FOURTH
ROW: William Johnson, Mike Thomas, Anson Freeman, Ron Lair, Mike Chapman, Theodore Cumberland, Jeff Summers, William Ellis, David Dykes, Bill
Cox, David Lewis, James Brown, Jonathon Freeman, Carolyn Jackson, Sherry Greer. FIFTH ROW: Orron Coleman, Keith Armour, Leslie Hogue, Mike Sim-
mons, Jeff Johnson, Bruce Chaney, Steve Harris, Jim Booth, Robert Hood, Brad Witsman, Tom Howard, Roger Hart, John Simpson.
Tech Stage Band takes five
This year's Stage Band was as casual as
could be expected. Shying away from
formal attire such as the traditional tux-
edo, the Stage Band's outfits this year
consisted of red and white pattern shirts,
red vests and tan trousers.
The Stage Band has been included in
many important programs. They have
performed for the ground-breaking cere-
monies of the Merchant's Plaza, and the
kick-off banquet for the United Way,
they also played for the North Central
STAGE BAND-FRONT ROW: Leonard Cox, Kevin Gartrell, Robin Bruer, Nathan Rice. SECOND
ROW: Randy Biech, James Booth, Wayne Watson, Thomas Harvey. THIRD ROW: Jeff Routh,
Anthony Taylor, Ron Wagner, Joe Huber, Robert Greene, Roger Hart, Lee Barricklow, director, David
Carr, Tracy Warren, Terri Wagner.
The Stage Band is an instrumental pop
group that plays all kinds of dance
music, such as WILL IT GO ROUND IN
CIRCLES, MAKE ME SMILE, SATUR-
DAY IN THE PARK.
RANDY BIECH hooks up his electric guitar to
the amplifier while Wayne Watson takes a tinal
lick on his guitar pick before performing at
Strin -a-din -Choir, Ensemble callin
With more program requests, this year's
String Ensemble is the largest Tech has
had. Ron Nobles who is the director says,
"It's the wackiest bunch I've ever hadf,
The String Ensemble is playing more
popular songs, such as music from MAN
OF LA MANCHA and THE WAY WE
WERE. And the talented Mr. Nobles
arranges some of the group's numbers.
This year the String Ensemble played
for the teachers' Christmas dinner and
the North Central Evaluation Team.
If you ever have been in Room 640
the sixth period, the ding-donging that
you hear is none other than Tech's own
unique Birt Memorial Bell Choir. Few
schools have a bell choir at all, we at
Tech are very fortunate.
The Bell Choir has played for the
lighting of the world's largest Christmas
tree fMonument Circlej, The Governor's
Tea, and many more.
STRING ENSEMBLE-FRONT ROW: Marjorie Darden, Janet Deatrick, Vicki Carson, Lesa
Morrison, Pat Amato, Carl Michaelis. SECOND ROW: Ron Nobles, directorg Mike Chapman, Tim
Fuller, Mike Strgler, Beth Aubrey, Valerie McCray, Keith Armour, Steve Scott, David Braden. NOT
PICTURED Robin DeBurger.
BELL CHOIR-FRONT ROW: Cheryl Cooper, Lisa McC1ung, Samantha Overton, Shelley Hacker,
Becky Goode. SECOND ROW: Julie Lewis, Kim Harbin, Carolyn Harlan, Charlotte Dimmitt,
Debbie Greenwell. THIRD ROW: Tom Harvey, Ronald Wagoner, Gary Davis, Carl Michaelis,
David Carr, Mrs. Kandis Brown, director.
CONCERT BAND-FRONT ROW: Bonita ThompSOl1, Alfeflia Mmm, Orville Jones, Bonnie Klippner, Theresa Jordan, Donna Parker, Willie
Janice WHWIS, KHUIYH1 Jones, Autumn THYIOY, Mifihael Cheatham, Brown, Daryl Newman, Dywayne Beasley, James Buckley, Mark Tay-
Dinah Drinnon, Jane Clark, Mark Franklin. SECOND ROW: Kristi 101- Xwlljarn Graam Warren Quirk, FOURTH ROW: Michael Amett
Glenn, Willie Cameron, Kevin Means, Loren Taylor, Michael
Senour, Sue Ingersoll, Caron Lasley, David Jackson, Stuart Laughlin,
Adrian McCullough, Willie Brewer, Glenna Heavrin, Julian Gammons, Simmons, Edward Evans, director.
Concert Band prepares for pring Concert
The Concert Band, directed by Edward
Evans, held eighth hour each year, has
workedhard to achieve a good performing
' This band is a preparation or training
for the many talented persons wishing to
continue in the Symphonic Band, Pep
E Band, or Marching Band.
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X at the Spring Concert playing not only
classical but more modern tunes such as
THEME FROM SHAFT, HOUSE OF
J THE RISING SUN, tunes of Roberta
Flack and more. At this Spring Concert,
BONNIE THOMPSON tootles on her flute. the Concert Band had a chance to Show
JULIAN GAMMONS plays along with en- STUART LAUGHLIN plays a catchy tune on SWEET TONES come from Kathy Jones'
thusiasm. his sax. flute.
"JOSHUA BLOW YOUR HORN" or else Mark will blow it for you. ROBERTA WADE takes time out as Darlene Litteral toots away.
ymphonic Band tops with pop music
The Tech Symphonic Band is alive
and with it this year. For the first time
in a number of years, the band will go
to the Central Indiana Large Ensemble
Contest hoping to retrieve a first place
The Symphonic Band is a group that
meets the ninth period in Room 642. The
band is composed of wind and percussion
instruments. First chairs in the band
make up the wind section of the Orches-
tra and Stage Band.
The band also performed at grade
schools throughout the Tech district,
informing the students of the high caliber
of music that Tech produces. They also
hope to encourage grade school students
in music as they began to come to Tech.
SYMPHONIC BAND-FRONT ROW: Jackie Whitney, Debbie Evans,
Randy Biech, Alexandra Hong, Emest Nelson, William Hacker, SECOND
ROW: Sue Wester, Tracie Woods, Tracy Warren, Lisa Stinson, Phillip
Carbin, Cheryl Cooper, Charlotte Dimmitt, Steven Douglas, Jeff Johnson,
THIRD ROW: Kristi Senour, Elizabeth Newell, Lisa Cooper, Terry
Wagoner, David Carr, William Ellis, Thomas Harvey, Leonard Cox, Audrey
Armes, Robin Bruer, FOURTH ROW: Darlene Litteral, Roberta Wade,
Beth Lyall, Alvin Pitts, Mark Williams, Ronnie Wagoner, Jeff Routh,
Anthony Taylor, Patricia Rocks, FIFTH ROW: Lee Barricklow, directorg
Donald Hapner, Roger Hart, Tim Cooper, Robert Greene.
Beethoven, Schubert coming up . . .
Tech's Orchestra says "We've come a
long way, babyf, For the tirst time in
several years they've brought back a
first from the state contest at the close
of school year 74.
Members of the Orchestra work regu-
to Tech at the end of the 75 school year.
And Mr. Ron Nobles who is the
director believes that they can do it again.
To let you know just how great they
are, they are rated as one of the top
high school orchestras. They've even
been asked to play for another high
The Tech Orchestra consists of 21
violins, 5 violas, 9 cellos, 7 basses, and
a full complement of Woodwinds, brass
larly each day to bring another first back
BASS PLAYER David Braden leaves his bass
to take cello lessons from Carl Michaelis. to catch her breath.
DONNA BUTLER pauses between interludes
SHEILA RANDLE puts her heart, lingers, mind
and mouth to her cello playing.
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ORCHESTRA-FRONT ROW: Lesa Morrison, Mike Chapman, Doris
Phillips, Carol Harlan, Teresa Lee, Keith Armour, Pat Amato, Carl
Michaelis. SECOND ROW: Janet Deatrick, Tim Fuller, Sharon Evans,
June Lorick, Shelly Hacker, Gary Davis, Debbie Evans, Mike Cheatham,
Charles Rent, Valerie McCray, William Bruder, Sheila Randle. THIRD
ROW: Marjorie Darden, Vicki Carson, Susan Johnson, Cynthia Rush,
Beth Lyall, Elizabeth Newall, Susan Allen, Robin Bruer, Julian Gammons,
William Nixon, Beth Aubery, Wilhelmena Cameron. FOURTH ROW:
Donna Butler, Fannie Cox, Comelia McKay, Delisa Keller, Lisa McClung,
Tracy Warren, Lisa Stinson, Phillip Carbin, Cheryl Cooper, Antoni Taylor,
Ronald Wagner, Joe Huber, David Carr, Terri Wagner, Tern Sherrad, Angela
Mobley, Charmain Fletcher. FIFTH. ROW: Marva Moore, Sally Gessner,
Ron Nobles conductor, Robert Greene, Tom Harvey, Robert Stowers,
Faith Glover, Teresa Shinkle, Ellen Holmes, David Braden, Stephen Scott.
NOT PICTURED, Robin De Burger.
The class of ,76 is going to be a really
together class, perhaps the best Tech has
had in years.
The Juniors here at Tech are putting
forth great effort toward their senior
The Junior Council was selected by
fellow junior students to represent the
The Council plans activities which they
think are good for raising money for the
coming class of Seniors. One main event
that every student dreams of is going to
And in order to have a decent Prom
the Council needs money.
With the help of all the juniors, the
Council knows they can make the Prom
an event to remember.
The Junior Council members meet
every Tuesday morning at 7:30.
The Junior Council says, "Come on,
Juniors, and let our class of '76 be the
In February rehearsals for Junior Fol-
lies, a variety show got under way.
JUNIOR COUNCIL-FRONT ROW: Pam Dab-
ner, sponsorg Kathy Jones, Pamela Dowdy,
Lois Whitfield. Ann McMillan, sponsor. SEC-
OND ROW: Loretta Thomas, Theresa Barnes,
Becky Goode. Lisa Cooper, Cheryl Cooper.
THIRD ROW: Kristi Senour, Teresa James,
Susan Gessner, Dianne Cornforth, Karen
Hughes, Delisa Keller. FOURTH ROW:
Dwayne L. Mason, Ahce L. King, Rex A. Min-
dach, Sherry Hammer, Charlotte Dimmitt, Pas-
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Tech's interested junior and senior stu-
dents gathered to hear representatives of
27 different universities, colleges and in-
stitutions talk about their schools.
Here was the opportunity for the stu-
dents that weren't sure what college they
would like to attend, to make a selection.
The speakers passed out many brochures
and pamphlets filled with infomiation
about the history and subjects available
to students who wish to attend.
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FLFFFF takes off for distant places
A German Old Woman in the Shoe?
A French Mother Goose? Snow Black
and the Seven Chicanos? What's this? A
foreign story book? Not really, but it
was a few of the acts performed by
students for the Foreign Language Fun
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This was the second year for the
FLFFFF, a program put on to raise
money to send students to foreign coun-
tries for experience with the language.
The subject of this yearls show was
A few of the other acts were Tortoise
and the Hare, Three Blind Mice, Charlie
Brown and Lucy, Little Red Riding
Hood, French singer and dancer, Edith
Piaf, and of course, Mike Thomas and
Tony Miller who were masters of cere-
The groups were under the direction
of Patricia O'Conner, Dan Stanley, Mrs.
Serine Fine, and Sheila Sullivan.
Mr. Stanley commented that the show
raised enough money to help and was
worthwhile just for the fun.
Foreign travel is not new to Language
Department students. Carl Michaelis spent
last summer in France Csee page 13j.
Also last summer eight Tech language
pupils and three adult sponsors joumied
to Mexico for a five-day visit. They had
eamed travel money by selling candy and
having car washes.
MIKE CHAPMAN and Denise Browning do Hansel and Gretel, a contribution of German pupils
SHARON DENKINS makes like Edith Piaf-
MIKE THOMAS MC's the show, winning this
round against Tony Miller.
DONNA BIGGERSTAFF, Amy Piety, Melody Rohrrnan, Kathy Levi, Donna Hughes, Curtis Lasley,
Rhonda Huff and Shirley Roots, receive the Good Housekeeping award in the "Old Woma.r1 in
the Shoe" skit.
TRACEY TAYLOR reports a photo finish in
the Hare and Tortise race, with Charles Stinger
coming in first.
GERMAN CLUB-FRONT ROW: Caron Las-
ley, Teresa Long, Mike Malloy, Rhonda Huff,
Steve Crouse Donna Hu hes. SECOND ROW:
Melody Rohiman, Linda Long, Alan Wilson,
Amy Piety, Kate Taube, Stuart Laughlin.
THIRD ROW: Dwight Stinson, Rex Mindach,
Jeff Williams, Monty Warren, Barbara C. Taube,
Curtis Lasley, Paula Barbour, sponsor.
Language clubs have action-packed year
German Club really got involved dur-
ing the year as they received a good
push-off by their new sponsor, Paula
Their Halloween party, the first event
in which they got acquainted and orga-
nized, was a big success. Their second
activity was a car wash and candle sale to
raise money to send a student to Ger-
many this year. Various students par-
ticipated in the Oktoberfest that the
Committee for the Promotion of German
Culture sponsored at Southern Plaza
The Spanish Club also had two car
washes and a candy sale to raise money
for a trip to Mexico. December 14 they
attended the International Dinner along
with many other foreign language clubs
in Indianapolis. They also visited the
Chicano area in East Chicago. Back home
again, they enjoyed rooting for the Mex-
ican soccer team. Another fun-filled ac-
tivity of the Spanish Club was their
Taco party which included authenic Mex-
ican food and games. Their new sponsor,
Patricia O'Conner, really had them on
With all the excitement and activities
of German and Spanish Clubs, the French
Club was not to be outdone. A dinner
prepared to perfection was served by
Techis Cercle Francais at the Interna-
national Center on October 19. Members
were enthusiastic in serving and cooking
the delicious meal, with Mrs. Maria Laga-
don to lead them to their success. The
proceeds were used to help send a Tech
pupil in the Foreign Language Depart-
ment, abroad for study.
FRENCH CLUB-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Maria B. Lagadon, sponsor: Debi Truman, Jennifer Faulk,
Carol Keithley, Debbie Chalifoux. SECOND ROW: Suzanne Fleetwood, Kate Taube, Electra Moore,
Salinda Trittipo, Cha.rlotte Dimmitt. THIRD ROW: William Lund, Janet Wilbum, Kathy Sullivan,
Carl Michaelis, Karen Hughes, Janice AbeL NOT PICTURED, Alice King.
SPANISH CLUB-FRONT ROW: Michelle L. Tague, Merle Smith, Terri Sherrod, Sook Yee Gin, Jeff
Berry. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Espinoza, James D. Wilson, Libby Quintana, Mike Thomas, Benito
Sherrod, Yvette Grant. THIRD ROW: Mary Clegg, Martin Waddell, Gary Bell, Olivia Espinoza,
LaTonya Bonner, David Harwell. FOURTH ROW: Lisa Arterberry, Joe Wiley, Eric Stubbs, Dale
Slater, Deanna Surber, Patricia O'Connor, sponsor.
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M-M-M- French bread is served hot and cnxsty by Charlotte Dimmitt, Kate
Taube and Salinda Trittipo.
CLUB MEMBERS REHEARSE a little folk dancing at a joint meeting.
Audrey Armes and Curtis Lasley, German Club, Martin Wadell and Libby
Quintana, Spanish Club.
BOBBING FOR APPLES? We thought this was an old American custom,
but German club members "went for it" at their party.
LATIN CLUB: Anthony Kendrick, Valerie Kennedy, Fred Lane, Frankie
Howard, Debra Gunn, Carolyn Marshall, Tracie Woods, Michelle Michaelis,
Beth Wiley, Mrs. Serine Fine, sponsor.
SAO allows for student involvement
Hey, who painted the scoreboard in
the Stadium? The same people who
sponsored the Woodruf cleanups, orga-
nized basketball and Jamboree queen
elections, sold Tech buttons, decorated
the campus for Christmas, and provided
a needy family with food for a happier
Thanksgiving. Still don't know? lt's the
Student Affairs Organizationi
Most people think that if one is not
popular one canit be on the executive
board, and must settle for roll room
representative. This is no longer true.
You can help your school! All you have
to do is attend three meetings and Work
a few hours on a project. You may then
chair a committee of SAO.
The SAO board is a hard working
organization with hard working leaders
as Julie Lewis, president, Kathy Miller,
vice presidentg Teresa James, secretaryg
and Bonnie Thompson, treasurer. The
next time you see something that should
be done, don't complain, join the SAO.
TWO UNIDEN Tl FIED roll room representatives listen to SAO fiff2il'S-
TITIANS try the ice at SAO sponsored skating party.
STUDENT AFFAIRS ORGANIZATION-FRONT ROW: Doreen Martin,
Judy Reeder, Sally Gessner, Marcella Smith, Donna Adam, Robin Keithly.
SECOND ROW: Kathy Surenkamp, Samantha Owierton, Kathy Miller,
Mike Thomas, Bonnie Thompson, Wonder Shampson, Teresa James.
THIRD ROW: Susan Gessner, Tony Carver, Sherry Hammer, Julie Lewis
Debbie Lewis, Joseph Coleman. FOURTH ROW: William J. Farrell,
sponsor, Anthony W. Miller, Dale Slater, Carl A. Michaelis II, David Lewis,
Rex Mindach, Rita Corrado, sponsor. NOT PICTURED: Dwayne Mason,
Sam Herrera, Dawn Price, Kim Harbin, Sherry Greer, Alice King, Terry
Pritchard, Tracey Woods.
Group works for better human relations
Have you ever wondered who was
responsible for bringing eighth grade stu-
dents on campus? The Human Relations
Council is the culprit. This Council,
formed to improve relations between
people, sponsors many activities for this
purpose. Not only do they provide tours
for eighth graders, but they also go to
Tech feeder schools to give future fresh-
men an idea of what to expect when they
arrive. The Human Relations Council
also sponsored two after-school movies,
the first being THE HUNCHBACK OF
NOTRE DAME and the second, DE-
STROY ALL MONSTERS and MUNRO.
The Council, sponsored buy Mrs. Lois
Csiky and Clifton Lovelace, is headed up
by Randy Biech as president and Barbara
Taube as vice-president, and meets during
X hour on Thursdays.
TECH SKATER waltzes by without giving the
inquiring reporter his name. '
HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL-FRONT ROW: Edward Evans, Barbara C. Taube, Kathy Ingels,
Gina Foster, Carolyn Marshall. SECOND ROW: Terri Steele, Doreen Martin, Sherry Hammer, Kathy
Hayes, Barba Wooten. THIRD ROW: Clifton Lovelace, sponsorg Georgetta Stamps, Brian Meeks,
Timothy Mosley, Randy Biech, Mrs. Lois Csiky, sponsor.
HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL members enjoy fellowship at their annual breakfast.
MOVIE THRILLER, THE HUNCHBACK OF
NOTRE DAME graces Tech stage.
COE trains students for future jobs
Don't just hang in there . . . swing,
baby swing with Cooperative Office Edu-
cation, "COE" for short.
"This is just the program for any se-
nior with a business education major and
marketable skills," says Mrs. Marjorie
Parker, co-ordinator of the COE program.
COE is an on-the-job training program,
some of the biggest businesses of India-
napolis employ the COE students for a
year of supervision and training. Some of
our community employers, downtown
and neighborhood, offer the pupil his
choice of businesses.
COE is designed to help students ac-
quire oftice experience to the point
whereby they will be qualified for im-
mediate employment upon graduation, a
promotion, or retention asa full-time
"It is difficult to imagine the clock
hours our coordinators spend with their
students, parents, teachers, and counse-
lors. The objectives of our Cooperative
Office Education program are to develop
leadership ability, to establish realistic
training and employment objectives: to
create enthusiasm for learning: and to
promote high standards of ethics, work-
manship, scholarship and character,"
states Mrs. Parker.
COOPERATIVE OFFICE EDUCATION: KTOP
PHOTOJ FRONT ROW: Patricia Barr, Betty
Spears, Dorethea Lancaster, Genita Bobbitt,
Jodi Rady, Malinda Guyinn, Minnie Cheatham.
SECOND ROW: Patty Harrison, Maria Quin-
tana, Lou Wanna Benns, Patsy Murray, Victoria
Maddox, Julia Cook, Bab York. THIRD ROW:
Phyliss Whitney, Debby Russell, Debra Farley,
Denise Stiffler, Dawn Price, Nancy Eaton,
Eydie Scott, Brenda Henry.
COOPE R ATIVE OFFICE EDUCATION-
CBOTTOM PI-IOTOJ FRONT ROW: Lorrine
Graves, Jodi Rady, Kim Harbin, Betty Spears,
Patricia Barr, Linda Callahan. SECOND ROW:
Genita Bobbitt, Phyliss Whitney, Patty Harri-
son, Lou Wanna Benns, Maria Quintana, Min-
nie Cheatham. THIRD ROW: Bab York, Doro-
thea Lancaster, Debra Farley, Denise Stiffler,
Julia Cook, Malinda Guyinn. FOURTH ROW:
Dawn Price, Joyce Brewer, Eydie Scott, Mark
McClung, Patsy Murray, Victoria Ladeda Mad-
dox, Debby Russell.
IOL student cuts out student ID pictures
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INTENSIVE OFFICE LABORATORY F
' - RONT ROW: Nelda Jones,
Joyce Ledell, Rosa Wells, Becky Flores, Barbara Platt, Patty Martin,
Salvina Mullins, Vickey Day, Donna Smith, Kitty Hoolis, Barbara Wolfe,
SECOND ROW: Karen Askins, Debbie Taylor, Sophia Wyss, Samantha
Overton, Karen Butrum, Debbi Clendening, Diane Murphy, Doreatha
Allen, Romana Jones, Jessie McCullough. THIRD ROW: Carol Massie,
Pamela Evans, Claressa Miller, LaTonya Bonner. Rosemary Croom. Lisa
Gross, Carol Bennett, Christina Ferris, Sharon Bottoms, Katherine Bridge-
water, Gail Grayson. FOURTH ROW: Valerie Ha.rwe1l,Vemita Johnson,
Marlene Reintges, Sue Hardin Patricia Jones, Lovie Arm Sykes, Renita
Prevot, Jameszetta Taylor, Degbie Davis, Manane Hannemann, Gwendolyn
Dudley, Delores Gowdy.
Give opportunity a chance -DEIOL
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-FRONT ROW
: Joy Banta, Paula Rush, Donna Hartsburg, Laura
Keithley, Alice Hicks, Lois Whitfield. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Delsie Shoemaker, Debbie Hagedom,
Leslie Hogue, Jackie Whitney, Mary Adams, Debra L. Basham. THIRD ROW: Caron Bruce, Alice
Goodman, Cheryl Cole, Susie Matthews, Jerry Lingenfelter. FOURTH ROW: Brenda Morgan, Sharon
Bottoms, Sue Harding, Mary Coryell, Katie Day. FIFTH ROW: Debbie Capps, Gail Grayson, Bob
Stuck, Oliver Butts, Doyle Perkins, Denny Lambert.
l DE-Dale Evans? Duke Ellington? Dav-
id Eishenhower or Deviled Eggs even?
No! lt's Distributive Education.
DE is an on-the-job-training program
for any junior or senior that have had
training in-sales and merchandise. Busi-
nesses such as Indiana National Bank,
and Kroger offices and stores employ the
DE training students.
Mrs. Delsie Shoemaker, coordinator,
says, "Distributive Education is for any
person that is interested in the distri-
bution of goods or services."
DE has a national club called DECA
Distribution Education Clubs of America.
The 1975 Woman has a career goal.
What's yours? The IOL-Intensive Office
Laboratory is a senior course in Business
Education. Mrs. Ann Cummins who is
the coordinator of this program says,
"It's the course where business ed. majors
put it all together." It is a program where
prospective office workers go to the
laboratory for experimentation with their
business skills and office procedures.
This is the second year IOL has been
offered at Tech, and guess what? This
year they've added all types of new
equipment, from duplicating machines,
ditto, photo copier, to all types of
Senior girls looking for a program to
put them into a business career should
FROM E sign up for IOL if they have had at
was abi?3XceiTlSING CAMPAIGN, to clean-up the Donkey Basketball game sponsored by DE least three semesters of typing and cler-
RIGHT: Louis Pence gazes approvingly at student Roy Brown's work.
FRED KELLER, Michelle Michaelis, Mike Dison and Thomas Miller are
hard at work on an engine in Auto Mechanics.
Did you know that there is a program
on Tech campus so unique that approxi-
mately 130 students from other schools
are attending it? Do you know who is
responsible for the planting of shrubs and
trees on campus? No? It's the IPS Career
Center. This program offers everything in
the way of vocational training from Cash-
iering to Welding.
The majority of students began as
freshmen with Introduction to Industry
in which they take six weeks of each
courseg metal trades, building trades,
printing, drafting and automotive trades.
'Ihen as sophomores they decide what
they like best and specialize in that one
field. As if that isn't good enough, the
Career Center is adding four new courses
to the curriculum. They are Powder Puff
Mechanics Cfor girls onlyj Small Gas
Engines, Amateur Radio and Code, and
Home Maintenance. Ithel Shoemaker, di-
rector, feels these practical courses will
help any student in his everyday life.
DARRELL POWELL and Kenny Patterson show us that team work makes
it in Pattern Making.
ICT-Industrial Cooperative Training
program has been here at Tech for about
ICT has an enrollment of 25 students
for the school year 74-75. The students
are employed with 21 different indus-
tries, Eli Lilly, Naval Avionics, Commu-
nity Hospital, and Morris Plan, to name a
few. Pupils have classes during the day
and a part-time job after required courses
are over. This is a daily routine for the
ICT students. So you see, good at-
tendance is a necessity.
The ICT Coordinator contacts dif-
ferent businesses to see if they would
like to hire a training student from Tech.
MASTER CHEF, Joe Evans, shows his special
- is gf
If the business accepts, the student goes
to work fas Mr. Holmes likes to put itj
"to earn whileyou learn." The main
purpose of the job is not only to earn
money, but to receive training in an
occupation that may be the beginning of
the student's career.
Mr. Holmes, who is the sponsor of
this program, says that he enjoys working
with the students. Also, he puts alot of
time and efforts into his students and
their work. Not only do the ICT students
get paid, but they get two credits per
semester or four per year.
So if you're one of those not planning
to go to college, and you're a junior or
ICT-FRONT ROW: Emest Holmes, coordi-
natorg Rayna Bales, Richard Thurman, Douglas
W. Roberts, Gus Cruz. SECOND ROW: Rob-
ert Witmer, Brad Tuttle, Kevin Osburn, David
Whitmer, Steve Willis, Ben Moore. THIRD
ROW: Pat McGuire, Kenneth Coe, Don Wil-
liams, Kevin Laland, Terry Christ, Rob Bohlsen.
FOURTH ROW: James C. Nielsen, Nathan
Harris, Kevin N. Si1'l10Hf0l'l, Robert DuBecky,
David Lawrence, Rose'-?l'yn Tenner. NOT PIC-
TURED: Carl Childress, Robert Adair, Larry
senior that has had at least two years of
shop, with a good attendance record and
average grades, contact Mr. Holmes and
maybe youill be on your road to success.
But you freshmen and sophomores,
continue to do your best, and you'll see
ICT in your future.
In Career Cooking many enthusiastic
students, both boys and girls, leam what
it's like to prepare large quantity meals
and how to cater dinner affairs.
In December the team got together to
cook the dinner for the teachers' Christ-
mas party which honored the North
Central Evaluation team.
VICA-FRONT ROW: Richard Karr, Thomas Pugh, David Parker, Norrna.n Jolliffe. SECOND ROW:
Fred Nelson, Mike Page, Danny Burt, David Johnson. THIRD ROW: Clifton Lovelace, Jeffery
Fleming, Hascall Shaffer, Jerry Tennant, Dan Malone.
Printin Department offers careers
Miehle Offset Press, Letterpress, Lino-
type, Ludlow, Baum Folder, IBM Selec-
triclComposer with Magnetic Tape, Stand-
alone Manual Composer, IBM Magnetic
Tape Selectric Composer and a camera
for handset and Ludlow composition are
only a few of the printing machines that
Tech students are using this year.
The Print Shop has been doing print-
ing for the ARSENAL CANNON news-
paper, Athletic and Music departments,
PTA, Evening School, and many other
offices who desire their skills. The Print-
JOE DESLAURIERS sets headlines for the
CANNON newspaper on the Ludlow machine.
ROBERT BOHLSON prepares to make a plate
for the offset presses using the vertical plate-
ing Department, now part of the Career
Center, is accepting any job that will
give its students experience in various
fields of printing.
Students are getting experience in
color and black and white printing. They
have even had the experience and respon-
sibilities of meeting deadlines with the
ARSENAL CANNON, and many other
pieces of work that will be used on a cer-
tain date. This is just another one of the
many career opportunities offered by
CAVIN HAMMOND checks a sheet for position on the Miehle 29 press.
MIKE BEACH draws a house plan, DOUG SIMS pl.1tS his ideas on paper.
Draftin Department produces experts
With the construction of the new pro-
posed buildings, drafting has been a more
popular subject this year. Herb Thomp-
son, a Tech graduate, is one of the archi-
tects for the new buildings.
Dennis J. Watson last year won a first
place award in the Machine Draftsman
and Engineer's Contest.
Other awards were given to Jerry Ten-
nant, a junior, and Judy Suit, a senior.
The award is given annually to two stu-
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dents from Tech by the American Insti-
tute of Architects. The two students go to
Ball State for a day to attend special
classes and lectures to improve their
Interesting field trips are taken in
Architecture. On these trips two students
take interviews concerning a designated
architectural or city-planning project in
the Indianapolis area. The program is set
up for seniors so that they may have
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some experience in the field of drafting,
and contact future employers. This yearis
seniors were Ron Pate and James Herron.
Another program was in cooperation
with ICT. Roselyn Tenner and Kevin
Simonton were in this program. Roselyn
was working at Naval Avionics and Kevin
was working at REMCO Hydraulics. They
were getting paid and were getting graded
for their work.
LEFT is a. sketch of the new p1'0p0Sed audi-
torium. It is one of the three buildings offered
Tech. The others are the Girls gym and the
Instructional Materials Building. All of them
have been well waited for.
Techs Electrical Trades Department
continues to show Titan superiority over
other schools in the electric-electronic
vocational field. Students are offered a
choice of courses in the electrical radio
and television, air conditioning, heating
and refrigeration or electronic area, one
of the purposes of which is to encourage
college-bound students into the field of
The department electronics classes
have modernized to such a degree that
Electrical Department shows superiorit
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the advanced students are now being
taught the actions and properties of
The department prides itself on its ex-
cellent equipment and the caliber of its
VICTOR MARSHALL shows a classmate how to test a circuit.
Tech foundry restores Woodruff fountains
Vandalism and weather have played
havoc with fountains and statuary in
Woodruff, Place. Tech foundry pupils are
occupied with reconstructing some of the
historic pieces which cannot be replaced
except by custom work. Such a project is
excellent experience for metal trades
pupils, many of whom are looking for-
ward to jobs in industry.
Any Tech pupil interested in a metal
trades job should consider the career of a
machinist, a patternmaker, a Welder, a
sheet metal worker or a foundry worker.
All these trades are taught at Tech. A top
machinist has learned to use such tools as
the tracer lathe and the duplicating mill.
A pattern maker produces core boxes,
and metal pattems from intricate layout,
estimates cost and studies materials. Indi-
anapolis industry now reports a critical
shortage of pattern makers.
Welding covers the latest development
and practice including acetylene and heli-
arc. Wages are very good in this skill.
A sheet metal worker uses both hand
and machine to'ols on copper, brass, steel
JEFFREY OLIVER and Anthony Kmg work on pipe and roof flange and a quart measure.
Building Trades house read
The Building Trades Department offers
a variety of courses. Among the many
courses offered are cabinet-making, car-
pentry, masonry, painting, decorating and
The many building trades courses of-
fered here at Tech seem very popular with
boys and even some daring girls. Enrolled
this semester were 231 upperclassmen and
A couple of years ago the Tech Build-
ing Trades Department undertook the
gargantuan task of building a complete
home adjacent to the school on Michigan
Street. Today the home has been sold.
The only holdup is the waiting for the
STAGECRAFT CREW-FRONT ROW: Bridget Person, Anna Lush, Vanessa Walden, Kim Stout,
Mark Bennett, Terri D. Humphrey, Paula Holmes. SECOND ROW: Glenda Taylor, Rita Jones, Way-
man Byrd Jr., Jack Gross, Dennis Hicks, John Holmes, Anita Jones. THIRD ROW: Pam Jones, Ellen
Lansjpher, Gerald Murray, Melvin Vinson, Cornell Perry, Jerry Hill, Marquerite Tunnan, Bonnie Bull.
FO RTH ROW: Kenneth Johnson, Joseph Coleman, Larry Zavada, Alphonso Gibson, Steven Flan-
igan, David Watson, Robert Clay, Raymond Browne, instructor.
loan to go through on the house.
One of the most popular and recom-
mended courses in the Building Trades
Department is home maintenance, deal-
ing with the general upkeep of the home.
This class can be very rewarding to the
homemaker later in life.
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GREG HILL, Eddie Hoke, and Greg Hendricks,
learn the trade of masonry.
DANNY BOONE keeps a steady hand as teach-
er Morris Woods watches with approval.
TEAMWORK is easier and more fun say J ard Avery, Ronnie Gill, and Mike
JEFFRY COE and Sylvester Banks prepare to replace a muffler.
Is your motor run down? Are your
brakes tired and effortless? Is your muf-
fler rumbling about how itis time to be
removed? Well, if so, check into the Tech
Auto Trades Department. With the sag-
ging economy and soaring prices, one
cannot afford a new car. So why not
make improvements on the old one? The
Tech Auto Trades Departments runs a
complete auto mechanics shop and does
work for faculty, students and the gen-
eral public for the sake of experience and
cost of parts and materials.
Students here at Tech learn all the
skills of a service station attendant.
Among the many services offered by
students are state inspection, muffler
renewal, tire repair and balancing, brake
adjustment,and shock absorber replace-
ment. The shop also handles all major
and minor body work and complete
So why not help the guys in the Tech
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MIKE BYRD and Ernest Herrera get ready to remove an engine.
Auto Department in learning the field of
auto mechanics and save yourself some
money too? Where else can you find a
deal like that today?
GERALD ELLIS and Robert Hendrickson install an engine.
ria Hong. MIDDLE: Gina Foster, Diane
Cornforth, Kim Harbin, Jayette Marcum. TOP:
RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Denise Brown-
ing, Angela Wharton, Serita Stevenson, Loretta
Thomas, Terrie Poynter. TOP, Cheryl Hale.
FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: Sherry Noerr,
Lisa Browning, Valerie McNew, Blanche Wash-
ington, Vivian Smith, Patrice Miller.
The cheerleaders this year have seem-
ingly done a good job. After all, our
teams have had good records this year
and they say that spirit helps.
Some of the different things the cheer-
leaders have done this year were making
a theme for homecoming that pulled off
great with students here at Tech. The
theme was, "Tie Marshall up in Knots".
Many people capitalized on this theme by
wearing old ties to school.
Another project by the Varsity cheer-
leaders was going around to the homes of
varsity players and decorating the porches
with the Christmas spirit.
Cheerleading is not all fun, thoughg
hard work and nights after school result
in new cheers and chants in hope ol
bringing a winning season to our school.
There are varsity, reserve, and fresh-
man squads and they cheer for what they
stand for. The cheerleaders cheer at
football, basketball, and track. So let's
get there and support our cheerleaders
Reserve looks youn 3 carries 16-4 record
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAMfFRONT ROW: Lester Quinlan, Ed
Hannon, Steve Powell, Tony Bartlett, Larry Griffin, Tim Flanigan,
Steve Fox, manager. SECOND ROW: Howard Catt, athletic directorg
Ernie Cline, varsity eoaehg lard Avery, Ted Fox, Zellie Allen, Greg
Brooks, Andrew Smith, Ed McDowell, reserve coachg Davc George,
The Freshman Basketball Team had an
exhuberant season taking 13 wins and
suffering 4 defeats. The team had good
overall speed which was a big asset for the
squad. A quick offense made up for a
weaker defense, but in a running game,
you can expect this. Strong rebounding
was a contributing asset. The team hit a
502: clip from the field, while 6092: from
the free throw line.
57 Woodview 55 tDoub1c Overtimej
65 Attucks 38
42 Arlington 40
55 Wood 47
60 Manual 53
54 Broad Ripple 30
50 Stonybrook 27
58 Chatard 30
35 Cathedral 45
Scecina 57 tDouble Overtimej
60 Washington 63
Record 13-4 .
TIM FLANIGAN goes up for the tip . . . Docs
he get it?
trick freshman squa
imitates Varsity style
The reserve squad finished the year
with Coach Ed McDowell commenting
the squad had a promising season con-
sidering most of their losses came to
teams consisting of almost all juniors,
while the Titan team consisted of two
juniors and nine sophomores.
The team had many outstanding ad-
vantages, such as a strong defense which
forced many errors on opposing players.
They also moved the ball quickly and did
the fast break as much as possible.
Inconsistent rebounding affected the
team, but once again a strong defense
made up for that. Their all-round best
game was against Howe in the first game
of the City Tournament after an earlier
loss to Howe's squad in the season.
RESERVE BASKETBALL 49 Shortridgc 37
Tech Opponent 48 Cathedral 45
50 Wood 52 60 Richmond ' 65
48 Southport 42 57 Broad Ripple 48
43 New Albany 39 54 KOKQIIIO 48
58 Ben Davis 52 58 W21Sh1I1gf0I1 44
60 Attucks 53 61 Scccina 58
59 Northwest 52
65 North Central 57 CITY TOURNEY
26 Brebeuf 21
40 Muncie Central 35 50 H0 WC 49
56 Manual 49 48 Arlington 53
48 Howe 61
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Mike Coomer, Paul McMichel, Tim Thomas,
John Blejer, Kerry Murray, Bruce Oliver. SECOND ROW: Jackie Thomas, Leonza Quarles, Talmadge
Patton, Richard Russell, Tony Boyd, Tony Carver. THIRD ROW: Howard Catt, athletic director,
Emest Cline, varsity coachg Marvin Smith, Jim Davis, Avery Johnson, Landon Turner, Ed McDowell,
reserve coachg Dave George, freshman coach. NOT PICTURED: Willis Jackson, Joe McGee.
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Basketball team ranks 6th in Tech history 21-4 record
The Tech Titans had a terrific season
this year winning their first seventeen
games of the season, including the City
Championship, before losing to Richmond
57 to 49 on the Red Devils' floor.
The Greenclads showed much talent
this year and looked like a good pick in
the State Tourney before injuries af-
fected George Gilbert and Antonio Mar-
tin. Martin suffered a broken nose while
the classy Gilbert suffered a leg injury.
Both returned for the Sectionals but
after losses to Richmond, Kokomo and
Washington, the Titan crew just wasn't as
strong as earlier in the season. They beat
Broad Ripple in the first game 51 to 49
in a real barn burner in which they over-
came a 12 point deficit.
In the second game Lawrence Central
fell to the hands of the Titans in a 50 to
47 decision. Then came the finals of the
Sectionals. They were up against North
Central whom they had beaten earlier in
the season 69 to 68. North Central also
won the County Title.
The game was exciting with Tech fall-
ing l3 points behind in the fourth quar-
ter. But suddenly, a new life was born
and they closed the gap to one point, 58
to 57. Central brought the ball in with
103 on the clock. Gilbert intentionally
fouled a Central player who hit both
shots. North Central won 60-57, ending
one of the Titans, best seasons in years,
with a 21-4 record.
The Titans show much potential for
next year with 7 players returning. They
lost David Lewis, Butch Smith, Dan
Boone, Claude Oliver and Bob Kelly,
Antonio Martin led the team in scor-
ing and rebounding, while George Gil-
bert led in assists. A special tribute should
go to Duane "Butch" Smith who played
guard his junior year and showed possible
All-State potential. Sacrificing this pos-
sibility, he played forward this year to
fill the spot left open from last year.
Another major point of pride was the
crowds. With the gym filling up many
times, the spirit rose high.
Let's keep it till next year.
1975 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Greg Barnett, John Brinkley, Dan Boone, Duane tButchD Smith, eo-captaing George Gilbert, Johnny
Sykes, Claude Oliver. SECOND ROW: Howard Catt, athletic directorg Dave Gerorge, freshman coach, Ernest Cline, head coach, Bob Kelly, David Lewis, co-
captarng Antonio Martin, Don Turner, George Chatman, Mike Cecil, trainerg Ed McDowell, reserve coach.
78 Wood 56
88 Southport 56
98 New Albany 77
74 Ben Davis 69
91 Crispus Attucks 72
7 8 Northwest 71
69 North Central 6 8
73 Brebeuf 39
77 Muncie Central 59
83 Howe 78
58 Manual 53
68 Roncalli 424'
68 Broad Ripple 55"
68 Arlington 56 4'
69 Northwest 53 "'
66 Shortridge 56
88 Cathedral 62
49 Richmond 5 7
76 Broad Ripple 59
60 Kokomo 61
70 Washington 75
52 Scecina 42
51 Broad Ripple 49
50 lawrence Central 47
57 North Central 60
TIM FULLER, manager, Rex Mindach, stat-
Girls volley to victory
1974 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
This year the Girls' Volleyball Team
immediately started their season with a glfgimfg lij 2
winning streak. Their record was 10-3 14- 9 Warren Central 16-15
losing only to Broad Ripple, Warren Cen- 3:1245 3111211 Centra 3: 546
tral and Manual in the City Tournament. 15-15 scecina 5-12
44 - ' 15-15 Attucks 4-10
. The girls advanced to the Sectionals 15- 3-15 Arlington 9-15-13
this year by beating Franklin Central, 15-11-16 washington 13-15-14
although they were a very tough team," 12:12 X132 Ripple 1121?
explained Mrs. Mary Lou Manka, coach. 15-15 Manual 15- 5
Disappointment met their efforts in the 15-15 Howe 8-11
next game when they lost to Manual. CityT0u1-nament
This is the third year since the Girls
Volleyball team was formed. They have
maintained an excellent record of 26-6. 15' 3-12 Manual 9-15-15
The number one player on the team Sectionals
this year is none other than Tanya Jack- TECH OPPONENT
son an all-around good athlete. Tanya IS
. ' 17-10-14 Franklin Central 15-12-11
presently a sophomore at Tech, she still 9- 7 Manual 15-15
has two years of hard work ahead for the
Tech Girls' Volleyball Team.
1974 VOLLEYBALL QGIRLSJ-FRONT ROW: Valerie Kennedy, Pam Stewart, Lolita Brinkley, Comela
McKay, Patricia Dowdy. SECOND ROW: Helen O'Neil, Myra Beard, Tonya Jackson, Pat Wilson, Steph-
anie Kilebrew. THIRD ROW: Eda Johnson, Vivian Williams, Leslie Greene, Lovre Skyes, Mary Lou
LOVIE SYKES spikes the ball as Tonya Jackson watches with excitement
Girls Basketball Team expands to a winner
GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Benita Kennedy, Henrietta Bolden, Isabel Espinoza, Maxine Carlis, Myra Beard, Laureen Harwell. SECOND
ROW: Sharon Rickman, Nettie Jackson, Lisa Shotwell, Helen O'Neal, Pat Wilson, Lovie Sykes, Pam Stewart, manager. THIRD ROW: Susan Jahnke, coachg
Vivian Williams, Jameszetta Taylor, Leslie Green, Linda Belton, Diane Patterson, Ada Johnson, Pat OlConnor, assistant coachg Loleta Brinkley, manager.
GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL
50 Arlington 27
35 Washington 36
48 Broad Ripple 34
37 Attucks 36
81 Manual 17
39 Park Tudor 29
42 Attucks 63
52 Perry Meridian 32
39 Washington 40
58 Scecina 51
47 North Central 40
61 Marshall 3 2
76 Wood 47
LOVIE SYKES C241 goes high on a jump ball.
GIRLS' RESERVE BASKETBALL
42 Marshall 16
26 Washington 6
19 Attucks 6
48 Manual 4
25 Scccina 19
The Girls' Basketball Team took on a
big change, going from five games last
season to 14 games this season and add-
ing a reserve squad.
The team had a height advantage over
almost all teams played, which led to an
attack of working the ball inside. The
team also ran the fast-break as much as
possible. Defense showed to be a strong
point of the team's attack.
Next year's plans call for a state
tournament for the girls' teams, which
brings girls' basketball one more step to-
ward being another high school sport.
Changes from last season were the ruling
out of the 30-second shot clock, no more
shot on every foul, and no over-and-back.
Now girls have the same rules as boys.
Varsity wrestlers go far-pin opponents 10-4-
The Varsity Wrestling Team finished
the season with ten wins and four losses.
They were fourth in the Sectional, with
Dwayne Engram and .Eugene Johnson
placing first, and Ifenny Lee and Steve
Rodrigues placing second. All four pro-
ceeded to the Regionals.
In the City Tournament they finished
fourth in a tough battle for the first four
spots, losing first by only eight points.
A change of possibly one match could
have given them a first.
A morale-building feature of the sea-
son was the advent of the Tech-Mates, a
feminine cheering team exclusively for
The varsity will return 12 wrestlers
next season and draw talented grapplers
from the reserve squad. They lost a
potential headliner near the end of the
season. Andrew Fawlkes was hospitalized.
VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM-FRONT ROW: Eugene Johnson, Ron Lovett, Dwayne Engram, Andrew Fowlkes, James Edwards. SECOND ROW: Rich
ard Johnson, Earl Moore, Doug Sims, Tom Lee. THIRD ROW: Howard Catt, athletic directorg John Hurrle, head ooachg Kenny Lee, Steve Rodrigues, James
Buckley, Brian Whitfield, managerg Rex Marshall, reserve coach.
RON LOVETT looks at ease as he prepares to pin a Hornet.
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WEIGHT CLASS RECORD
98 Ray Robinson 8-2
VARSITY WRESTLING 93 Tom Dee 5-5-1
105 James Edwards 11-4
TECH OPPONENT 112 Andrew Fowlkes 7-4
65 2 112 Glenn Smith 3-3
76 Wood 3 119 Dwayne Engram 19-0 tAt Regionalsb
28 Cathedral 36 119 Thomas Darden 1-1
38 Shm-tridgc 23 126 Ron Lovett 17-3
9 Chatard 43 132 Eugene Johnson 18-5-1 fAt Regionalsj
27 Arlington 46 132 Erie Glenn' 2-3
36 Manual 26 138 Tim McGuire 0-1-1
38 Marshall 24 138 CIZICTICC C1fiyt0l'l 0-7
20 Perry Meridian 47 145 Steve Rodrigues 18-4-1
43 Washington 30 155 Charles JZ1CkS0n 1-0
46 Howe 16 155 Earl Moore 7-8-1
58 Attucks 18 167 Richard Johnson 12-7
41 Lawrence Central 14 167 Doug Sims 16
11 Ben Davis 43 185 Ken Lee 14-5
185 Ron Clark 1-1
HWTlames Buckley 6-11
HW'IDalc Henderson 0-1
HWTCraig Priest 1-0
This year's reserve squad had a strong spectacular season this year finishing with
RESERVE WRESTLING TEAM-FRONT ROW: Glenn Mitchell, Clarence Clayton, Joe Harney, Nate
Rabb, Tom Darden. SECOND ROW: James Bell, Glenn Smith, Mark Breland, Lawrence Hooks.
THIRD ROW: Howard Catt, athletic director, John Hurrle, varsity coach, Gino Brown, Ron Clark,
Kenneth Cousins, Brian Whitfield, manager, Rex Marshall, reserve coach.
place hi h in competition
5-3 record losing to the city champs,
Howe, in one match and also losing two
matches to county schools who had
gained experience in junior high wrestling.
A lot inexperience was a big hold-back
for the reserves, but they did show strong
potential. Half the team were freshmen.
They had five wrestlers placing second
in the city. They were Glen Smith, Tom
Darden, Doug Sims, James Bell, and Ron
Clark. Overall the team placed fifth in the
The Freshman Wrestling Team had a
a 7-0 record, but placing fourth in the
During the season the team showed
strong balance, with good potential.
Coach Francis Knue felt that if they
stuck together they could go far. Plenty
of talent was displayed as Ray Robinson,
Dave Wythe and Tom Neffle all took see-
onds in the city and Jeff Lorick took
third to back Tech.
The team felt its overall best match
came against Pike.
FRESHMAN WRESTLING TEAM-FRONT ROW: Charles Blancha.rd, Craig Priest, Gary Miller, Ray
Robinson, Dwayne Craig, Terry Pritchard, Jim Rhymes, David Wythe. SECOND ROW: George Hol-
land, Charly Long, Bob Bruce, Tony Lee, Gaylan McKinney, Nathan Hall, Greg Ford. THIRD ROW:
Howard Catt, athletic director, John Hurrle, varsity coach, David Brewer, Tony Woods, Karl Arila,
Jeff Lorick, Tom Neffle, Dale Henderson, Francis Knue, freshman coach, Rex Marshall reserve coach.
RESERVE WRESTLING FRESHMAN WRESTLING
TECH OPPONENT TECH OPPONENT
57 Broad Ripple 9 57 Broad Ripple 24
Wood Attucks Cancelled
Arlington Arlington 6
Lawrence Central 53
54 Manual 16
73 Attucks 9
5 2 Howe 22
44 Pike 34
50 Manual 26
45 Cathedral 24
4th in the City
Regional Basketball Tournament
IHSFA Speech Sectionals
Junior Council Skating Party
IHSFA Speech Meet Finals
Tech Legion Program and Tea
NFL Speech Finals
State Chess Tourney Finals
State Choir Contest
School Play Matinee
BandlOrchestra State Contest
Tech Invitational Track Meet
City Baseball Tourney
Techoir 38th Annual Spring Concert
City Track Finals
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Supreme Dayll-Ionor Day
Music Department Pop Concert
J unior! Senior Convocation
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MIKE ALLEN makes a shocking discovery in Physical Science as he ex-
periments with a van de graaff generator.
DAVID HON, instructor, explains the detailed diagram of an Echinoidea.
Science classes regroup with new head
DEANA ROZZEL and Lisa Arterberry carefully follow instructions in dissecting a yellow perch.
After 35 years ofteaching at Tech and
ll years of serving as head of Tech's
Physical Science Department, Mr. Louis
Allen retired last year. With 15 years of
experience as head of the Biological
Science Department, Mr. John Farley
took over the job.
Not only did Tech obtain a new De-
partment head, it also united the Science
Department for the first year. Tech had
been the only school in the city with a
divided Science Department. Mr. Farley
said that although the changeover proved
more hectic than expected, he feels that
he can cope with the job satisfactorily.-
In recent years there has been a de-
cline in enrollment and two of the
science classes, Advanced Physics and
Advanced Chemistry, had to be dropped
from those offered. But most of the
traditional science classes remain.
THEN SAID JESUS UNTO HIM, Put up again thy sword into his place: for all they that take the
sword shall perish with the sword. Matthew 26:52.
Start our day with fellowship
If you're the type of person that en-
joys discussing the Bible and talking about
things that happen today, then you should
be a member of Tech's Prayer Circle.
The Prayer Circle meets daily at 7:30
in room 563. They open their meetings
with a prayer followed by a few songs
from one of the popular hymn books.
After a ten minute singing period they all
have a discussion on the theme from the
series of booklets that they use to study
from the Old and New Testaments. Pres-
ently they are studying Thessalonians.
Then they close with prayer.
This year the Prayer Circle had a
Christmas Party and Gift Exchange.
Prayer Circle is open not only to stu-
dents but to adults as well.
PRAYER CIRCLE FRONT ROW: Rhonda Clavert, Danny Bussey, Deborah Calvert, James Easterly
sponsor. SECOND ROW: David Harwell, Ermine Robinson, Treasa Long, Linda Long.
- -3-X-y-z Math for ou and math for me
This year the Math Department is on
the move to improve. The Math Depart-
ment has set up a math lab with mini-
calculators, tape recorders and other es-
sential things for math students that need
help in math or who just like the course.
Math teachers took turns in assisting the
students in the mini-lab.
During the year, new math courses
were being formed for the advanced stu-
MIKE GREEN sees the Light just in time, with
an assist from instructor, William Wheeler.
XYZ CLUB: Joe Wiley, Frank Meid, Stella Bennett, Marlyn McDaniel,
Dale Slater, Mrs. Marilyn Hoffman, sponsorg William Shearer, Mrs. Madora
NOT PICTURED: Robert Stowers, Carol Coe, Barbara Taube, Phil Car-
bin, Carol Keithley, Mary Morrison.
dents. This year for the first time there
was an Algebra llg class for the advanced
freshman algebra students. If the course
proves to be successful, similar classes
Will be formed,
Next fall the department will adopt
new books for the whole department.
This is the first time in five years that
Tech has had an XYZ club. Wondering
what XYZ is? Well it's a math club that is
open to any math student here at Tech.
Wondering what the XYZ club does?
Well, they had a car wash in November,
and they've sold Tech booster buttons
during the City Basketball Tourney.
XYZ meets 10th period every Thurs-
day. Anyone interested in math and do-
ing some of the far-out projects that no
one expects XYZ to do, see Mrs. Walker
who is one of the co-sponsors.
BRYAN WHITFIELD ponders all the angles to get the right answer.
WILMA SHEARER helps to sell buttons for XYZ fund raising drive.
tudents enjo their workout in m
Tech is out to please students and
make them better people in adult life. If
you donlt believe it, take a good look at
the Physical Education Department.
James Leap, head of the department says
the staff is out to introduce a sport which
can be carried over after high school.
While most P.E, students at other schools
are sweating away tive days a week,
Techites are playing bumper pool, air
hockey and ping pong three times a week
and working on the really rough skills
only twice a week.
Still disbeliexdng? Observe the Drivers
Education program here at Tech, the only
city school to have a trailer. The trailer
simulates driving conditions to improve
skills before actually driving. If Tech
Drivers' Education students aren,t good
drivers it isn't because they weren't
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STIZVIC WHITE und Anthony Kendrick take it easy and enjoy u game oi'
nthony Kendrick, Joe Brown and Mike Stigler have a good workout on the
DEBBIE TURNER releases a swift kick to the
kick ball in Girls' Gym.
FIRST BATTALION STAFF-CILTC Rick Wilson, CICAPT Larry Harrell,
CICAPT Toni Freeman, CICAPT Rhonda Huff, CIMAJ Dave Wiggington.
NOT PICTURED, CIILT James Jennings.
ROTC OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: CILTC Sue Harding, CICAPT Phillip
Weaver, CISGM Debbie Shropshire, CICAPT Toni Freeman, CIMAJ Dave
Wi ington, CILTC Rick Wilson. SECOND ROW: CXLTC Pat Wilson,
C!5iT Starlett Gill, CICAPT Rhonda Huff, CllLT Terry Creech. THIRD
ROW: CllLT Charles Ewing, CICAPT Mike Alexander, CICAPT Jackie
Reuter, CICAPT Allen DuPriest. FOURTH ROW: CIMAJ Willie Taylor,
CllLT James Jennings, CIMAJ Greg Childs, CICAPT Larry Harrell. FIFTH
ROW: CICAPT Willie Noel, CICAPT Mike Rush, CICAPT Jerry Crouch,
CICAPT Russell Blackwell. SIXTH ROW: CICAPT Lance Whitfield,
Cll LT Orville Jones, CICAPT Daniel Heavrin.
ROTC ranked number one in eil
This ywr, Tech again has the largest
ROTC unit in the city. Normally each
school that has a Reserve Officers Train-
ing Corps is formed into a single battalion.
But since Tech has such a large unit C328
cadetsj they were allowed two battalions.
This year they also have had two com-
manders. CILTC Richard Wilson com-
mands the first battalion and CILTC Sue
Harding, the second. Tech's JROTC was
rated number one after marching in the
Veterans Day Parade on November ll.
Under the two commanders, there are
also the two hard-working staffs of each
battalion. Some of the duties of the staffs
include taking care that the records are
kept on each cadet, maintaining the se-
curity that is needed, taking care of and
cleaning the Barracks and the surround-
SECOND BATTALION STAFF-CILTC Sue Harding, CIMAJ Greg Childs, C11 LT Nelda Jones, C11 LT
Orville Jones, CICAPT Daniel Heavrin.
BOYS' VARSITY EXHIBITION-FRONT ROW: CXCAPT Dan Heavrin,
CICAPT Phillip Weaver, CICAPT Lance Whitfield. SECOND ROW:
CICAPT Mike Alexander, MSG Willie Oliver, sponsor: CISSG George Hali-
burton. THIRD ROW: CISFC James Heavrin, CILTC Rick Wilson, CICAPT
GIRLS' EXHIBITION4FRONT ROW: CICPL Michelle Haley, CIPFC
Kathy Huff, CXCPL Debra Mays, CIPFC Gloria Carter. SECOND ROW:
CISGM Debbie Shropshire, CICPL Charlene Trotter, CICPL Claudi Robin-
son, CICAPT Rhonda Huff. THIRD ROW: CIPFC Rita Jones, CIPFC
Carol Boyd, CILTC Sue Harding, CICAPT Jackie Reuter, CICPL Dina
ROTC competes for another year
This year's drill team is again out and
performing in various competition meets.
This year's Boys' Varsity Exhibition team
is commanded by CXCAPT Rick Wilson
with CICAPT Daniel Heavrin and CICAPT
Lance Whitfield as co-commanders. The
Girls' Exhibition Team is commanded by
Rhonda Huff. The Boys IDR Squad is
commanded by CISFC .Jim Heavrin and
CISFC Gene Waters. While also perform-
ing in their specified teams, some mem-
bers are part of the Knock-Out Squad.
This squad goes against about 50 other
cadets from other schools present at the
The Rifle Team also competes with
other schools in firing the .22 caliber
rifle. The team fires their rounds, an ac-
cumulative score is tallied and the highest
score is declared the winner. Commander
of this year's team is CXMAJ. Greg Childs.
CICLTC Sue Harding and CICAPT
RIFLE TEAM-FRONT ROW: CIMAJ Greg Childs, CICAPT Toni Free-
man, CKCAPT Larry Harrell. SECOND ROW: CICAPT Mike Alexander,
CICAPT Russell Blackwell, CICAPT Phillip Weaver.
IDR SQUAD-FRONT ROW: CISSG George Haliburton, CISFC James
McRoy, CICPL Jerry Childs. SECOND ROW: CISFC Gene Waters, CISFC
Jim Heavrin, CICPL William Vollmer. THIRD ROW: CICPL Tim Bed-
good, CISFC Keenan Jacobs, CXSSG Eric Walker, CICPL Marvin Marshall.
EEIHOR GUARD: CICPL Marvin Marshall, CICSM Mike West, CISFC Steve Wrenn, CICPL Jerry
Msg. Oliver I g
It is with deep regret that friends
of MSG Willie Oliver, an instructor
at Tech's ROTC since fall of 1972,
learned of his death on February 8,
1975. With his passing, there was
left a void in the hearts ofthe many
friends, associates, and cadets he
had at this school. He is remem-
bered for his driving spirit and his
instinct for perfection.
MSG Oliver first started teaching
in the Indianapolis School System
September l, l967 at Crispus At-
- tucks High School. He was there if
until the fall of 1972 when he be-
gan teaching at Tech. For the
school year 1973-74, he was the
Senior Army Instructor for the
Tech unit. He was also the sponsor
of the boys' varsity exhibition and I
IDR drill teams. With his instinct
for perfection, he guided the drill
teams well as the corps. He was pre-
paring for a drill meet in Ft. Wayne
and the AFI when, on Saturday,
February 8 he suffered a massive
heart attack. He will be missed, but
MSG Willie Oliver will remain in the
I hearts of all who knew and loved
him. Our deepest regrets go to Mrs.
Oliver and family.
CICOL Vickie Chalifoux
I Cl LTC Pat Wilson
This year, Tech again has a great color
guard and the commander is CXSFC Mike
West. The other members are CISFC
Steve Wrenn and CICPL Marvin Marshall.
The color guard presents the colors at all
sports events, PTA and some school
board meetings. The color guard has also
marched at the State Basketball Sec-
tionals, Regionals, and Semi-State games.
At some of the drill meets the color
guards can participate in a competition
with each other for awards.
This yearis city brigade commander is
the first girl in history of JROTC to hold
the office. CICOL. Vickie Chalifoux says
that she is really honored to be this
year's brigade commander and proud to
be the first girl to obtain the rank. She
hopes others will follow.
Vickie oversees the administration of
the eleven Indianapolis public schools
which offer ROTC. She organizes ac-
tivities such as dances, parades, parties,
staff meetings and the Annual Formal
Inspection.Those plans are made with the
guidance of Col. Don Clark fret.j, direc-
tor of Army instruction, and with the
help of Vickie's staff.
CILTC Patricia Wilson is the first ad-
jutant to the instructors of all the ROTC
in the city. Her job includes writing out
part-times, taking care of roll books,
picking up mail, and posting important
information on the bulletin board in the
She also sets up appointments for the
cadets who wish to see Major Miller, the
Senior Army Instructor CSAIJ. Her posi-
tion is a first, and she says that it is an
honor and privilege to have received it.
C ess for champlons-pawn pushers too
Chess "nuts" roastin o'er a problem
board, John Kern keeping all the scores
. . . Though it's been said many times,
many ways, Clever "Checkmate" to you.
Bobby Fisher may have faded a bit in
public interest since he won the world
crown, but Tech's pawn pushers are just
as avid as ever.
Under the sponsorship of John Kern,
Tech's team has played a full schedule of
matches, some for practice and others in
competition with other schools. The top
eight players, frated on a point systemj,
made up the varsity teamg ranking below
them were the reserves. Both groups
competed with other schools. Others
met for practice.
Mr. Kern also headed the district
and state contest at Tech. These were
played on Saturdays in March and April.
CHESS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Sam Seals,
Glen Lamb, Mark Short, Sheldon Shaw. SEC-
OND ROW: Mike Surenkamp, Edwin Hartle,
Vic Marshall, Mathew Seal. THIRD ROW:
Rick Wilson, Stanley Smith, Joseph Coleman,
David Sanford, Pete Fuhr.
JERRY TENNANT and Pete Fuhr ponder
their early moves in a practice game.
BOWLING TEAM-FRONT ROW: Charlotte Dimmitt, Pam Dowdy, Debra Peavey, Bruce Tetrick,
David Evans. SECOND ROW: Kent Demmary, sponsorg Dwight Peavy, Rick Herron,Kevin Mitchell,
Kevin Van Hom, Karen Davis. THIRD ROW: Allen Du Priest, Mickey Quintana, Victor Burgess,
gag? XianHom. FOURTH ROW: Robert Rady, Joe Coleman, Delbert Brinson, Delisa Keller,
o y eyer.
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for a spare.
Tech bowlers have a striking good time
TECH BOWLER "Whatchamacallit" releases his ball with great strength.
The Tech Bowling Team began their
season November 12, 1974 at the Twin
Air Bowl-O-Mat after school. The Bowl-
ing Team consists of anybody that is
interested in the sport and can afford to
pay for his lane and furnish his own
The bowlers don't compete with other
bowlingleagues private or otherwiseg they
compete among themselves. The bowlers'
averages range from 185 to 68. A per-
fect score is 300. The bowlers meet
once a week and bowl from about 4:00
to 6:00, so if you would like to join
the bowling team, contact Kent Dem-
mary, the c1ub's sponsor.
DEBRA PEAVY SHOWS her perfect style as
she hopes for a strike.
MR. BROWNE'S sign painting class makes interesting billboards at Michigan and Arsenal Streets.
rt students enter many contests
This year Tech's Art Department,
which is headed by Mr. Kermit Swenson,
was involved in many contests and ex-
hibits. The commercial art classes entered
the annual Christmas Poster Contest and
500 Festival Contest. Other Tech art
students displayed their talented works
of art at the Ayres Art Exhibit held
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Indianapolis Museum of Art from Feb-
ruary 25 to March 31.
The Visual Design classes were called
upon to use their creative ability to de-
sign the billboard which appeared on the
corner of Michigan and Arsenal. These
classes also made directional signs for
their assigned areas during the Indiana
Art Education Association meeting which
was held at the Mariot Inn on Shadeland
Avenue. Many of Tech's art teachers
attended. See page 175 for Art Club pic-
JAMES BUCK is proud of his prize-winning ring design.
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self in his Advanced Art class.
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ROBIN DEBURGER makes a sketch ofa mannequin in her Advanced Art class.
MR. SLOVER and Mike Thomas put finishing touches to Mike's papier mache and plaster ballerinas.
Hiking and spelunking: Hiking Club
Members of Hiking Club have charged
off to the natural surroundings of Indiana
for another year. A trip was taken to
Monroe State Park. The trip was a cross-
oountry hike through the park in late
fall. Another trip at Geist Reservoir was a
hike in the first snow we had this year.
With unmarked trails and the guidance
of Jeff Routh, hiking members found
themselves in the middle of a swamp.
After all of the confusion, the hike took
off onto a cross-country trek-actually
they couldn't find the trail. With a snow-
ball fight fboys vs. girlsl and something to
eat, everyone found the way back to the
Another trip was spelunking at Sulli-
van's Cave. With John Williams, sponsor,
and Francis Knue, guide, Hiking Club is
an active and an exciting group.
HIKING CLUB FRONT ROW: Frank LaFara,
Brad Witsman, John Williams, sponsor. SEC-
OND ROW: DeDe Deatrick, Pat Amato,
Becky Goode, Jeff Routh.
Tech photographers visit state parks
Tech's Photography Club has been
alive and moving this year. With hiking
trips to state parks and spelunking trips
at well known caves of Indiana, members
of the club have enjoyed themselves
greatly. The first trip taken was to Tur-
key Run State Park in early fall, in order
to photograph the season's beautiful scen-
ery. Club members hiked t'o the famous
suspension bridge and the old covered
bridge farther down Sugar Creek.
Another trip was taken to Clifty Falls
State Park in late fall. Since the fallen
leaves had covered most of the trails
everybody followed a small creek that
flows into the Ohio River. After running
into a cliff the hikers had to make the
decision of going up, or going all the way
back around. So everybody went up
fand down alsoj. After that challenge was
met, lunch was the next thing on the
schedule. After lunch they drove around
and viewed the remains a toranado had
left when it passed through earlier.
Spelunking trips were guided by Fran-
cis Knue, and the last trip was a joint
trip with Hiking Club. Anyone interested
in photography should join this exciting
and interesting club. fGroup picture on
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key Run State Park.
Y-Teens demonstrate liberation
Y-TEENS-FRONT ROW: Debra Graham, Karen Scott, Roschelle Major, Shawn Senour. SECOND
ROW: Susan Hunter, Vice President: Kim Ferguson, Laurita Smith, Anna Taylor. THIRD ROW:
Mary Jane Marthin, sponsorg Sharon Hooks, Kristi Senour, Penny Outlaw, Delisa Keller.
Y-Teens is a club at Tech which con-
sists of all girls at the present, but boys
are welcome too.
Y-Teens is part of Young Women's
Christian Association ofthe United States
of America. The purpose is to bring
together people of different races so that
they may join in activities for the dig-
nity of all.
The Y-Teens wants to involve youth
in leadership and decision making. They
-want to help people in the community-
both young and old.
The group meets every Wednesday at
3:30 with sponsor Mary Jane Marthin.
They not only help others feel wel-
come, but they have fun as a group with
parties, dances, bowling, tennis, and in
the summer, activities at the adult Y.
No matter what color you are, you can
learn to know and like your fellow man
by experience in an enjoyable way.
Anthropologists really di bones
ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB-FRONT ROW: Dean Cooksey, Charles Long, Greg Childs, Connie
Begley, Carolyn Jones, David Stiffler, Debra Sanford, SECOND ROW: Orville B. Jones, Victor
Williams, Kasandra Williams, Minni -Owens, Diana C. Burke, Glen Lamb. THIRD ROW: Dr. F.
Rising-Moore, D,V.M., sponsor: Mlliam Gary, Robert Mendenkill, Edwin Hartle, Curtis Gilbert,
Kenny Williams, John Tincher, sponsor.
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kicks out of shovels and picks. With trips
to Mounds State Park and Dickson Mounds
Museum in Illinois, anthropology became
popular with many members ofthe club.
At the trip to Mounds State Park the club
visited many of the mounds in the area to
determine the difference between man-
made mounds and natural hills. At Dick-
son Mounds Museum they saw films and
artifacts of Mississippian Indian group
that lived in that area of Illinois.
If you are wondering what Anthro-
pology is, it is the study of man and his
development. There are several students
interested in this study. The Anthro-
pology Club's sponsor is John Tincher.
Mr. Tincher is a well known anthropolog-
ist and has a site named after him,
Tincher Site, which is located in Illinois.
TECH'S ANTHROPOLOGISTS study skeletons
at Dickson Mounds in Havana, lllin ois.
Dedication common in S eech Team
It takes dedication to be a member of
the Tech Speech Team. Speech Team
members Arise and shine" at 4:00 in the
morning, ride to some obscure school,
search seemingly for hours to find a par-
ticular room, and give the same speech
four times. Team members face wind,
BRUCE PILLOW seems amused among cheering
Speech Team members.
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SPEECH TEAM-FRONT ROW: Fannie Cox, Shelia Sholar, Ermine
Robinson, Carolyn Marshall, Kathy Miller, Mike Thomas, Beth Wiley, Lois
Whitfield. SECOND ROW: Kathy Parish, Robin DeBurger, Donna White,
Randy Porter, Cecelia Carter, Debbie Lewis, Rick Miller, LaDonna Reck.
rain, sleet, and snow to win the sought
after award, the blue ribbon.
This year Speech Team sponsored their
annual book sale outside the English Of-
Hce and a bake sale at the Tech speech
meet to boost the treasury. These funds
pay for gas which is used in driving to
and from speech meets and for part of the
expense of the spring banquet.
The Speech Team, sponsored by Mrs.
Alice Goodrum, does, in her words, "very
welll' at all speech contests, but with such
dedication how could they do otherwise?
BETH WILEY makes a joke of butterflies in the stomach.
THIRD ROW: Karen O. Hughes, David Harwell, Ruth Reck, Marlon Har-
ris, Bruce Pillow, Shcrriell Curtis, Sharon Williams, .lay Harlan. FOURTH
ROW: Mrs. Alice Goodrum, sponsor: Tony Millcr, Tina Hayes.
Michael Greene, Bruce A. Park, David Heaton, Kathy Sullivan, Julie Lewis.
NOT PICTURED: Peggy D. Smith, Barbara Nelson, Ifrank Laliaru.
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUEfFRONT ROW: Debbie Lewis, Mike Thomas, Kathy Miller, Lois
Whitfield. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Alrce C. Goodrum, sponsorg Sharon Williams, Robin DeBurger, Ruth
Reck, Randy Porter. THIRD ROW: Karen Hughes, Anthony Miller, Michael Greene, Julie Lewis.
FL members achieve point standing
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Bruce Pillow, Alfenra Martrn, Mike Greene, and a competitor from Ben Davis enjoy their trophy.
PEGGY SMITH, Ruth Reck, Mike Gre , K th Mill , d B Pill h 1'
earned at Tech Speech Meet with pride.ene a y er an moe OW grasp t e Rst Place trophy
To be a member of the National
Forensic League is quite an honor. People
in this league are speakers who have
proven themsleves at speech meets.
In order to become a member of the
NFL a person must attain twenty-five
points. These points are earned by speak-
ing at meets. Each time one speaks he gets
points for it according to the rank he
received. Number of points varies accord-
ing to the category entered.
Each year more speakers here at Tech
attain this honor. To celebrate their ac-
complishments, members gather for a
grand ol' time at an annual party.
Members are pictured on this page.
Others who qualified for membership
are: Cecelia Carter, Fannie Cox, Kimberly
Ferguson, Jay D. Harlan, Peggy D. Smith,
Marlon Harris, David Harwell, Barbara
Nelson, Richard Miller, Donna White,
Bethany Wiley, David Heaton, Stephanie
Rodrigues, Bruce Pillow, Vernon Cox,
Sharyn Brown, Tim Flanigan, Kathy Sul-
livan, Joe E. Brown, Alfenia Martin.
Three for fun is Drama Club pla bill
Thespians and Drama Club members
have brought joy and entertainment with
three comedies. The three short plays,
"S'FM3'fA"'Syfl-l," "Lovely Story," and
f'Venus Figurine" were shown selected
students of specially picked English
classes. The directors of the plays were
Rick Moore, Robin DeBurger, and
Carolyn Marshall. They were sponsored
by Judith McBride and Stan Minks.
The first of the three, "S"4M"'A"'S"'H"
was a take-off on "M'kAy"S"'H.', fMobile
Army Surgical Hospitalj. The leading
parts, Hawkeye, Trapper, Frank Burns,
and Hot Lips were played by Rick Moore,
Rick Briley, Mike Thomas and Beth
Wiley. Other parts were played by Frank
LaFara fKlingerj, Mike DeBurger CGen-
eralj, Becky Goode fDishj, Vernon Cox
fRadarj, and Robin DeBurger CChaplainj.
"Lovely Story" was a skit taken from
the Carol Burnett Show, a take-off on
"Love Story."The main parts were played
by Mike Thomas fOliver Harvard IVJ, and
Robin DeBurger Uenny Cavilariej. Other
parts were played by Victor Marshall
COliver's fatherj and Mike DeBurger QDoc-
The final play, the "Venus Figurinef,
was also a skit taken from the Carol Bur-
nett Show. It was a play using the
characters of Sherlock Holmes fDavid
Hollowayj and Doctor Watson fMike
Other parts were Moraraity fVern
Coxj, Carolyn Marshall fMrs. Pottj, Alan
DuPriest CDarej, and Ermine Robinson
Pantomimes were performed by Rick
Moore, Beth Wiley, Mike Thomas, and
Eva Hill. Through all of the difficulties
the show did go on and everyone enjoyed
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LOVERS Robin DeBurger and Mike Thomas argue with parent, Victor
Marshall in "Lovely Story?
FRANK LAFARA, Becky Goode, Allen DuPriest, and Vernon Cox take
ROBIN DEBURGER and Judith McBride swear in new Thespians.
S'kM"1A"cS'kH unit goes to work.
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priceless Venus Figurine.
THESPIANSeFRONT ROW: Robin DeBurgcr, Carolyn Marshall. SEC-
OND ROW: Mike Thomas. THIRD ROW: Rick Moore, Judith McBride,
sponsor: Victor Marshall, Michelle Michaelis, Mike DeBurger. NOT PIC-
TURED: DeDe Deatrick, Eva Hili, Beth Wiley.
DRAMA CLUB-FRONT ROW: Theresa Hill,
Becky Goode, Mike Thomas, Allen Dupriest.
SECOND ROW: Carolyn Marshall, DcDe Deat-
rick, Eva Hill, Robin DeBurger, Rick Moore.
THIRD ROW: Judith McBride, sponsor: Stella
Bennett, William Randall Porter, Victor L.
Marshall, Mike DeBurger.
CANNON YEARBOOK STAFF-FRONT ROW: Charles Stinger, Peggy Smith, Joetta Brand, Mark
Hof, Larry Yarrell, Marjorie Darden. SECOND ROW: Delisa Keller, Bonnie Thompson, Kathy
Parish, Mike Thomas, Ermine Robinson, Renetta Constantine. THIRD ROW: Alfenia Martin, Vic
Malloy, Rick Wilson, Rick Moore, Lonnie Watson, Michael Beach, Kenny Williams. FOURTH ROW:
David Sanford, Frank LaFara, Brad Witsrnan, Edwin Hartle, Kathy Sullivan, David Lewis.
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MRS. BETTY ROWLAND, secretary, cheers
Santa. BECKY GOODE, newspaper photo ed-
itor, shows Frank LaFara how to do the Bump.
ALL WORK and no play is out of character
for Kathy Sullivan, yearbook page editor.
MR. T. was not a very good boy! MISS J was
not a very good girl, but she tries to fool old
Santa. DAVID HARWELL, newspaper page 3
editor, checks a reference before going to press.
The Cannon Office has done it again!
Meeting deadlines, reporting, doing lay-
out, and just going crazy is all in a day's
work in the Cannon Office. But through
all the pressure both the newspaper and
yearbook still get printed.
With advisers pushing to meet dead-
lines, trying to get information from
teachers, and attempting to cooperate
with the student body, Cannon staffers
find publications an enjoyable subject.
If you know anyone that is friendly, ex-
cited about school affairs, interested in
expressing his feelings, telling it like it is,
or willing to do something out of the
ordinary, he's probably on Cannon Staff
or should be.
Staffers will do anything from typing
out a story, to exploring the attic in the
West Residence, to staying after school
till six o'c1ock. Working on the yearbook
and newspaper is hard work, and a staffer
has to be very devoted.
For example, this article you are read-
ing now probably has been typed at least
twice, corrected by various people, and
put on this page by a page editor. And
the pictures had to be taken, developed,
dried, printed, dried again, accepted by
the page editor, cropped and sent to the
printer. But, if a photo is not accepted by
the page editor, it has to go through the
whole process again.
After all that is done and the layout
has been finished, it has to be proof-read
and mailed to the printer. And the
Cannon Office has to do this for 184
pages of the yearbook and 14 editions of
This is just part of what the Cannon
Office does in one year. It is hard work,
but everyone on staff has fun. And the
job would never get done without the
assistance of Cecil Tresslar, Bernice Jones,
and Mrs. Betty Rowland.
CANNON NEWSPAPER STAFF-FRONT ROW: Michelle Michaelis, Glenna Heavrin, JoAnn Thomas,
Kathy Miller, Becky Goode, Donna Adam. SECOND ROW: Stephen Sumner, Doreen Martin, Debbie
Lewis, Beth Lyall, Carolyn Marshall, Christine Graham. THIRD ROW: Nancy Eaton, Knstr Senour,
David Harwell, Victor Marshall, Joe Pitts, Barha Wooten, Randy Porter.
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BECKY GOODE'S specialty may be negatives, but she takes a positive approach to her typing.
MRS. ROWLAND has seen two publications through a busy year.
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Tech toasts N A evaluation team
The North Central Association is an
organization which evaluates the systems
of member schools. Membership in the
North Central Association is optional.
This evaluation takes place every seven
This year a staff of twenty-six on the
North Central Association team evaluated
Tech. The team was composed of pro-
fessional teachers, administrators and su-
The faculty at Tech was asked to give
their own evaluation of our school before
the evaluation team arrived.
The North Central Association then
took these evaluations and compared
them with their own. The evaluators
were interested in the buildings, the sup-
plies, the classes, the training of the
teachers and the extracurricular activities.
One compliment that the North Central
Association paid was that we at Tech
have a commendable faculty.
On February 17, the entire faculty
met to discuss and observe in depth the
associationis evaluations. From these eval-
uations we at Tech will be able to make
improvements in our school.
MRS. ELIZABETH WILSON, John Malin, Bruce McGeath, and Mrs, Mc-
Geath enjoy a little dancing as the North Central Evaluation team is
GUEST CONDUCTOR, Mrs. Ann McDaniel directs the Stage Band with fabulous results.
DEAN OE BOYS Fredrick Kelly and his
daughter Katrina take time out to pose for a
picture at the faculty Christmas party.
PRINCIPAL RAY REED wishes North Central Evaluation team members
and teachers a Merry Christmas.
BELL CHOIR is honored to play for the teachers' Christmas party, with
the North Central Evaluation team as guests.
DR. JAMES RENTSCHLER, chairman, rep-
resents the evaluation team at the Christmas
Tech graduates 1975 Senior Class
SENIOR COUNCIL-FRONT ROW: Vivian Darty, class presidentg Valerie
Harwell, Samatha Overton, Kim Harbin, Kathy Miller, Larry Yarrell.
SECOND ROW: LouWanna Benns, Janet Steele, class secretaryg Sharon
Bottoms, Pam Thomas, Paula Rush, Romona Jones, class treasurer, Donna
Butler, LaTonya Bonner. THIRD ROW: Leslie Hogue, Dawn Price, Julie
David Heaton, Julie Lewis and Carl Michaelis gather together along with other Senior Council members
for a Christmas party at Mrs. Sutton's home. '
Lewis, Bab York, class vice-president, Vicki Maddox, Kathy Bridgewater,
Patsy Murray, Sherry Greer. FOURTH ROW: Peggy Smith, Jackie McCall,
David Heaton, Carl Michaclis, David Carr, Anthony Howard, Gary Davis,
Frank Kelly, Mrs. Nancy Sutton, senior activity sponsor.
SENIORS, JANET STEELE, Mrs. Nancy Sut-
ton, and I.aTonya Bonner board the chartered
bus to Richmond.
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O PLACIDLY AMID THE NOISE Bc HASTE, GL
REMEMBER WHAT PEACE THERE MAY BE
IN SILENCE. AS FAR AS POSSIBLE WITHOUT
surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth
quietly BL clearlyg and listen to others, even the dull 8L ignorantg
they too have their story. 51553 Avoid loud Sc aggressive persons,
they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with
others, you may become vain SL bitterg for always there will be
greater 8C lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements
as well as your plans. ES Keep interested in your own career,
however humble: it is a real possession in the changing fortunes
of time. Exercise caution in your business affairs, for the world
is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there
is: many persons strive for high ideals, and everywhere life is full
of heroism. 2555 Be yourself. Especially, do not feign affection.
Neither be cynical about love, for in the face of all aridity Sc
disenchantment it is perennial as the grass.5f5 Take kindly the
counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth.
Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune.
But do not distress yourself with imaginings. Many fears are
born of fatigue BL loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be
gentle with yourself. E33 You are a child of the universe, no less
than the trees6L the starsgyou have a right to be here. And
whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is un-
folding as it should. 5553 Therefore be at peace with God.
whatever you conceive Him to be, and whatever your labors at
aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your
soul. Qing With all its sham, clrudgery 8L broken dreams, it is
still a beautiful world. Be carehml. Strive to be happy.
FOUND IN OLD SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH. BALTIMORE: DATED 1692.
TECH LEGION-FRONT ROW: Sheila Elaine Randle, Lovie Ann Sykes,
Michelle Leigh Tague, Wanda Benningfield, Deborah Sue Capps. Sook Yee
Gen, captain Mark Short, co-commander: Betty Spears, Bab York.
SECOND ROW: Debra Lynn Basham, Vickie Chalifoux, Elizabeth Ann
Newell, Carol Irene Bennett, Kathryn Jo Miller, captain: Minnie Jane
Cheatham, Rita M. Hunt, Phyliss J. Whitney, Janice D. Berry, co-c0m-
manderg Larry Yarrell. THIRD ROW: Kim Harbin, captain, Mariano
Hannemann, Richard Thurman, Sheila Chapman, Cora West, Andrea
Brinkley, Sherri Chapman, LaTonya Mcchell Bonner, captain: Jackie
1975 Tech Legion
Whitney, captain: Pegy D. Smith, Caron Bruce. FOURTH ROW: Rich-
ard Wilson, Brenda Morgan, Robin DeBurger. Patricia Wilson, Julie Lewis,
Julie Cook, Heddy Hampl, LouWanna Benns, captain: John Parks, Shelley
Hacker. FIFTH ROW: Pamela Thomas, captain: Peggy J. Smith. James
Jordan, Charles Jackson, Carl D. Michaelis II, co-commander: .lamcszetta
Taylor, Gary Davis, Randy Biecli, Gail Grayson, Patsy Murray, Debra
Farley,r.Dcborah Deatrick. NOT PICTURED: Linda Callahan, Kathryn
Godwin, Lisa Gross, Sue Harding, Rita Hunt, Mark McClung, Jodi Radi,
Stephen Rodrigues, Douglas Roecker, Marjorie Trittipo.
ADAIR, ROBERT C.: Social Studies
ADAMS, MARY HELEN: Art! DE
ADKINS, CLINTON EDWARDS: Business Ed-
ALEXANDER, DIANE DENISE: Business Ed-
ALHEN, DOREATHA, JEAN: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies! OEA
ANNIS, ENIE L.: Building Trades, Social Stu-
ANDERSON, PAUL ANTHONY: Business Ed-
ucation, Mathematics, Social Studies! Letter-
men's Club, Football
APPLETON, LAWRENCE JR.: Social Studies
ARMOUR, KEITH M.: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Music, Social Studies! Drama
Speech Team, French Club, Human Rela-
tions Council, Key Club, Football, Track,
Boys Concert Club, Concert Orchestra,
String Ensemble, Techoir, CANNON Year-
book Staff, SAO Executive Board, SAO
Representative, CANNON newspaper agent,
CANNON yearbook agent
AUSTIN, CHERYL D.: Business Education,
BAKER, MICHAEL R.: Mathematics, Social
BAKER, SHERRY LOUISE CPHILLIPSJ: Home
Economics! Pep Club
BAKER, STANLEY E.: Industrial Arts
BALES, RAYNA J.: Home Economics
BANTA, JOY K.: Business Education, Social
BARBER, DYRAL: Industrial Arts
BARBOUR, LARRY: Industrial Arts! ICT
BARKER, GREGORY D.: Business Education,
Industrial Arts! Chess Club, Service Club,
Cross Country, Track, CANNON Newspaper
Staff, CANNON Newspaper agent
BARKER, KEITH L.: Mathematics
BARNES, TIMOTHY A.: Foreign Language,
Industrial Arts! Bowling Team
BARNES, TIMOTHY D.: Social Studies
BARR, PATRICIA KAY: Business Education!
COE, OEA, Tech Girl Scouts
BARRINGER, LARRY: Building Trades
BASHAM, DEBRA LYN: Business Education,
Social Studies, Science! Latin Club
BASLER, JOHN WESLEY, JR.: Building
BATEMAN, SHIRLEY L.: Business Education,
BATTLE, PHYLLIS LYNN: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies! Human Relations Coun-
cil, SAO representative
BAXLEY, RUSSEL LEE: Social Studies
BAXTER, STEPHEN: Electrical Trades! Foot-
BEARD, MYRA: Home Economics! Girls Bas-
ketball, Girls Volleyball, Track
BEARD, WILLIAM EARL: Auto-Aviation!
BEASLEY, ROBERT: Industrial Arts
BEGLEY, CONNIE SUE: Mathematics, Social
Studies! Student Action for Education. Hik-
ing Club. Anthropology Club A
BELL, TONI L.: Business Education, Home
BELTON, BERNARD ALAN: Banding Trades.
BENBERRY, SANDRA DENISE: Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies
BENNETT, CAROL: Social Studies, Home
Economics! Speech Team, Tennis
BENNING, WILLIAM: Social Studies! Track
BENNS, LOUWANNA: Business Education,
Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies! COE, OEA, Spanish Club, Junior
Council, Senior Council, SAO representa-
tive, Vice-President of Roll Room 190,
Fund Raising Committee
BENSON, TERRAN ELAINE: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics
BERRY, JANICE DIANE: Foreign Language!
Spanish Club, Majorette, Pom-Pon, Feature
Twirler, Junior Council, Senior Council,
Girls Concert Club, Melodayres, Marching
Band, All-City Choir. Cap and Gown Com-
BERRYHILL, JOANNE: Business Education.
BISHOP, MARSHA CLONGJ: Business Educa-
BIRCH, RANDY L.: Business Education, So-
cial Studies! Speech Team, Human Relations
Council, Key Club, OEA, Boys Concert
Club, Concert Band, Stage Band, Melo-
dayres, Marching Band, Symphonic Band,
Techoir, SAO representative. CANNON
newspaper agent, CANNON yearbook agent
BLAND. MARISA J.: Business Education, So-
BOAT, ROBERT R.: Mathematics
BOBBIT, GENITA I.: Business Education.
BOCKOVER, DONNA: Home Economics! Y-
Teens, Messenger, Glee Club
BOHLSEN. ROB A.: Printing, Social Studies!
BONNER, AUDREY H.: Home Economics
BONNER, LATONYA M.: Business Education.
Social Studies! OEA, Prayer Circle, Service
Club, Spanish Club, Senior Council, Girls
Concert Club, Techoir, SAO Executive
Board, SAO representative, CANNON news-
paper agent, CANNON yearbook agent, Sec-
retary of Roll Room 190
BOONE, DANNY W.: Building Trades, Letter-
men's Club, Baseball, Basketball
BORISENKO, TOMMY L,: Industrial Arts, So-
cial Studies! Cross Country, Track
BOTTOMS, SHARON: Business Education, So-
cial Studies! DE. Speech Team, French
Club, OEA, Senior Council, SAO representa-
tive, CANNON newspaper agent, CANNON
yearbook agent, Fund Raising Committee
BRADLEY, CAROLYN J.: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics
BRANDON, TERRY: Social Studies
BRENTON, DON L.: Industrial Arts, Social
BREWER, JOYCE ANN: Business Education.
Foreign Language, Social Studies!COE
BRIDGEWATER, KATHERINE L.: Home Ec-
onomics, Mathematics, Business Education
BRINKER, DAVID W.: Metal Trades
BRINKLEY, ANDREA L.: Business Education,
Social Studies! DE, Techoir
BRINSON, DELBERT: Art, Foreign Language!
NFL, Bowling Team
BRIZENDINE, ROBERTE.: Printing
BROADNAX, PAUL ELLIOT: Auto-Aviation
BROWN, CHARLES: Metal Trades
BROWN, JAMES E.: Industrial Arts
BROWN, JAMES H.: Social Studies! Boys Con-
cert Club, Techoir
BROWN, JACQUELINE: Social Studies
BROWN, ROY L.: Auto-Aviation
BROWN, SHELIDA DIANE: Home Economics
BROWN, TIMOTHY R.: Social Studies! Cross
BRUCE, CARON M.: Social Studies! DE, SAO
Executive Board, SAO representative, CAN-
NON newspaper agent, CANNON yearbook
BRUPDER, WILLIAM A.: Industrial Arts, Math-
BRYANT, THOMAS L.: Social Studies
BUCK,JAMES H.: Art
BURGESS, DAVID W.: Metal Trades
BURNETT, CONNIE L.: Home Economics
BURNETT, DERREK: Masonry
BURROUGHS, LARRY: Printing
BURT, DANNY: Auto-Aviation! VICA
BURTON, JOSEPH A.: Auto, Social Studies!
Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Baseball, Cross
Country, Track, SAO representative
BUSSEY, DANNY R.: Auto-Aviation
BUSSEY, LINDA A.: Home Economics
BUTLER, DONNA: Foreign Language! Spanish
Club, Concert Orchestra, SAO Representa-
tive, CANNON Newspaper Agent, CANNON
Yearbook Agent, Senior Council, Treasurer
of Roll Room 190, Senior Dues Committee,
Cap and Gown Committee, Administrative
BUTLER, MARGARET: Social Studies
BUTLER. HAROLD: Auto-Aviation, Social
BUTRUM, KAREN: Business Education
BUTTS. OLIVER: Industrial Arts
BYERS.JEWELINE: Home Economics
BYRD. ALITORDZ Auto-Aviation
BYRD. MICHAEL: Auto-Aviation
CALDWELL, DEBRA: Business Education
CALLAHAN. LINDA: Business Education.
Home Economics! COE
CAIAVERT. LINDA: Mathematics. Social Stu-
CAMPBELL. ALAN: Drafting. Mathematics,
Social Studies! Speech Team. NFL
CAPPS, DEBORAH: Business Education! DE
CARR. DAVID: Music! Bell Choir. Bowling
Team. Concert Band. Concert Orchestra.
Stage Band, Marching Band, Symphonic
Band. Techoir, Senior Council
CARROLL, MALINDA: Home Economics
CARTER, JOHN: Electrical Trades, Mathema-
tics. Social Studies
CHALIFOUX, RICKEY: Social Studies! Bowl-
CHALIFOUX. VICKIE LYNN: Business Edu-
cation. Foreign Language, Social Studies!
Spanish Club, History Club. ROTC City
Brigade Sponsor. ROTC City Brigade Com-
mander, SAO representative. Key Club
CHAMBERS. BETH ANN: Home Economics!
Girls Ensemble. Techoir, SAO representative
CHAMBERS, BRIAN K.: Business Education,
CHAPMAN, SHEILA: Home Economics, Mu-
sic! Girls Ensemble, Techoir
CHAPMAN, SHERRI: Home Economics, Mu-
sic! Melodayres, Techoir
CHARLES. HELEN LOUISE: Social Studies.
CHARLES, PAMELA: Business Education.
CHASTAIN, CHRISTINA R.: Social Studies!
Majorette, Twirler, All-City Choir, Girls Con-
cert Club, Melodayres. Marching Band. Te-
CHIESASIIQHAM, MINNIE: Business Education!
CHILDERS, KATRINA: Social Studies! Girls
CHILDS, GREGORY: Industrial Arts. Social
CHRIST, TERRY: Industrial Arts
CLARDY, DEBORAH: Business Education!
Spanish Club, Girls Concert Club, SAO Rep-
CLEM, DEAN: Social Studies
CLEMMONS, SHARON: Business Education,
Home Economics, Social Studies
CLENDENING. DEBBIE: Business Education
CLEVENGER, RONALD: Business Education,
COFFMAN, DIANNA: Social Studies! Concert
Band, Marching Band, Symphonic Band
COLE, CHERYL: Business Education! DE
COLEMAN, DARYL: Mathematics, Social Stu-
COLEMAN, ROBIN: Social Studies! Baseball,
ROTC Officer, ROTC Drill Team
COLLIER, JEFFREY: Social Studies! Football
COLLINS, DIANE: Social Studies
COMMODORE, CLAUDE: Metal Trades
CONN, FOSTER: Social Studies
CONSTANTINE, RENETTA: Social Studies!
Majorette, Twirler, CANNON Yearbook
Staff, CANNON newspaper agent, CANNON
COOK, JULIA: Business Education, Social Stu-
dies! COE, OEA, Girls Concert Club
CORYELL, MARY: Business Education, So-
cial Studies! DE, Marching Band, Symphon-
ic Band, Exploratory Teaching
COTTON, EVONNE: Business Education, So-
COTTONGIM, KAREN: Social Studies
COURTNEY, PAMELA: Business Education,
Home Economics, Social Studies
COUSIN, HESTON: Industrial Arts
COX, LEONARD: Industrial Arts, Mathemat-
iss! goncert Band, Stage Band, Symphonic
CRAWFORD. GLORIA IBROWNJ: Social Stu-
dies! NFL. Speech Team
CRAWFORD. SHERRY: Industrial Arts,
Mathematics, Social Studies
CRAFTON, MARY: Home Economics
CROOM, ROSEMARY: Business Education!
OEA. Concert Band
CRUZ, GUSTAVO D.: Social Studies! ICT,
Key Club, Letterinen's Club, Football, Track,
CUNNINGHAM, JOHN: Social Studies! Foot-
ball, Track. Wrestling
CURTIS. MARK: Industrial Arts
CURTIS. MAK: Machine Shop. Drafting
CURTIS, SHERRIELL: Business Education.
Social Studies! DE, Speech Teatn
DANIELS, GARY: Auto-Aviation, Social Stu-
DANIELS. GLADYS: Business Education, So-
cial Studies! Girls Volleyball, Concert Or-
DANIELS, PAUL: Building Trades
DARDEN. PAMELA: Business Education.
Home Economics! OEA, IDL
DAULTON, CHERYL: Business Education,
Social Studies! Human Relations Council
DARTY, VIVIAN: Foreign Language, Social
Studies, Science! Senior Council President
DAVENPORT, RICHARD: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies! DE. Lettermen's Club,
Football. Track, Junior Council, Gym Assis-
tant, DE State Representative, SAO Repre-
sentative. Senior Activities
DAVIS, DEBRA: Business Education, Social
DAVIS, GARY LEMON: Music, Social Stu-
dies! Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Bell
Choir, Tennis, Senior Council, Concert Or-
chestra, Marching Band, Symphonic Band,
SAO Representative. Constitution Commit-
tee, Associate Member Committee
DAVIS, GREGORY: Social Studies
DAVIS. ROBERT: Mathematics
DAVIS, SHARON ANN: Social Studies
DAWSON, RICHARD: Industrial Arts, Social
DAY, ELLSWERE: Business Education, Home
Economics, Social Studies
DAY, KATHLADENA KATIE: Business Edu-
cation! DE, German Club, Service Club,
DECA, CANNON Newspaper Agent, CAN-
NON Yearbook Agent, Float Committee
DAY, VICKEY: Business Education, Home
DEATRICK, DEBORAH: Art, Social Studies.
Science! Art Club, Chemistry, Drama Club,
Speech Club, Hiking Club, Spanish Club,
Thespians, CANNON Yearbook Staff, SAO
Representative, CANNON Yearbook agent
DEBURGER, ROBIN: Art, Social Studies!
DramaClub, SpeechTeam, NFLPhotog1aphy
Club, Hiking Club, Thespians, Concert Or-
chestra, String Ensemble, CANNON News-
paper Staff, SAO Representative, CANNON
Newspaper Agent, CANNON Yearbook
Agent, Senior Council
DEFFENDALL, DAVE: Auto-Aviation
DENNEY, DENISE: Business Education
DINKINS, WILLIAM: Auto-Aviation
DODD, WANDA: Foreign Language, Social
Studies!Spanjsh Club, Girls Ensemble, Te-
choir, SAO Representative
DONALDSON, JAMES: Social Studies! Foot-
DOSS, PENNY: Business Education
DOUGLAS, JANNIE: Business Education
DOUGLAS,JEROME: Auto-Aviation, Business
DRAKE, BARBARA: Home Economics
DRASS, CATHERINE: Mathematics, Social
Studies! Girls Concert Club, Techoir, SAO
representative, CANNON Newspaper Agent,
CANNON Yearbook Agent
DRINNON, DINAH: Home Economics! Con-
cert Band, Marching Band
DUBECKY, ROBERT: Social Studies! ICT,
DUDLEY, GWENDOLYN: Business Educa-
tion! Girls Concert Club
DURHAM, TRACY: Home Economics, Math-
ematics, Social Studies
Senior Roster 1975
DYSON, MICHELLE: Business Education,
Home Economics! Girls Basketball, Girls
DYSON, MIKE: Industrial Arts, Social Studies!
ROTC Officer, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC
Drill Team, Senior Council, CANNON Year-
book Staff, Anthropology Club
EASLEY, HERBERT: Industrial Arts, Social
Studies! Track, CANNON Newspaper Staff
EATON, NANCY: Social Studies! COE,
French Club, Human Relations Council,
Key Club, OEA, CANNON Newspaper Staff,
SAO Executive Board, CANNON Yearbook
EATON, TINA: Home Economics
EDMONDS, LINDA: Home Economics
EDMONDS, SHARON: Home Economics
EDWARDS, DEBORAH: Business Education,
EDWARDS, GEORGE: Business Education,
EDWARDS, JAMES: Auto-Aviation, Social
EDWARDS, MARIAN: Home Economics
EDWARDS, TERRY: Building Trades
ERNSTES, CLARICIA: Art, Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies! Art Club, OEA
EVANS GILBERT: Industrial Arts, Social Stu-
EVANS, GREGORY: Auto Trades, Social Stu-
EVANS, PAMELA: Business Education
EVANS, SHIRLEY: Social Studies
EWING, CHARLES: Auto-Aviation! ROTC
Officer, ROTC Drill Team
FAGAN, MICHAEL: Drafting, Mathematics!
Lettermen's Club, Football, Track, Wrest-
ling, Junior Council, SAO Representative
FAIRGRIER, RITA: Social Studies, Home
Economics! Girls Concert Club
FARLEY, DEBRA: Business Education, Social
Studies! COE, French Club, OEA
FEERER, RALPH: Social Studies
FERHGUSON, THOMAS EUGENE: Social Stu-
FERRIS, CHRISTINA: Business Education,
OEA, Girls Concert Club
FISBURN, CLYDE JR: Mathematics
FLANIGAN, STEVEN ROGER: Art
FLEENOR, LYNELL: Home Economics
FLEMING, JEFFERY: Electrical Trades
FLETCHER, REGINALD: Mathematics, Social
Studies! Football, Wrestling
FLORES, REBECCA: Business Education,
Foreign Language! OEA, IOL
FLOYD, VICKIE RENEE: Business Education,
FOLEY, BRODERICK: Art! Art Club
FOI.STON, STEVEN L.: Industrial Arts! Rad-
io Club, Bowling Team, Wrestling, Boys Con-
FORD, CURTIS A.: Auto-Aviation! CANNON
FREEMAN, LETA K.: Business Education,
Mathematics, Social Studies, Science! Girls
Concert, SAO representative
FROSCHAUER, JESSIE: Social Studies
FRYMAN, CHRISTOPHER J.: Social Studies
FUHR, PETER: Foreign Language, Mathemat-
ics, Social Studies, Science! German Club,
Chess Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, XYZ,
Bowling Team, Tennis, Track, Junior Coun-
cil, English Curriculum Committee
FUQUA, DARRELL: Metal Trades
GADBERRY, MARK J.: Social Studies
GAMBLE, BRENDA: Social Studies
GARMON, BYRON: Plumbing
GARRISON, KELLY G.: Social Studies
GARTRELL, KEVIN: Music, Social Studies!
Stage Band, Symphonic Band
GATLIN, BEVERLY SUE: Science
GERLACH, KIMBERLY ANN: Business Edu-
cation, Social Studies! CANNON yearbook
GIBSON, ALPHONSO: Art! Cross Country,
Track, ROTC Officers
GIBSON, DAVID: Building Trades
GIBSON, FLOYD: Auto-Aviation, Mathemat-
ics, Social Studies! Spanish Club, Football,
GIBSON, MYRA ARLENE: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies
GILCHRIST, ERMMA JEAN: Art, Business
Education! Art Club
GILL, STARLETT K.: Business Education,
Social Studies! ROTC Girls, ROTC Officers,
ROTC Drill Team
GILLARD. AUGUSTA: Art, Social Studies
GIN, SOOK YEE: Business Education, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies, Science! Spanish
GLENN, ERIC JAY: Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies, Science, Lettermen's Club, Cross Coun-
try, Track, Wrestling
GADBERRY, MARK J.: Social Studies
GODWIN, KATHRYN SUE: Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! Speech Team, Service Club,
GOLDSMITH, ERNEST D.: Auto-Aviation,
GOODMAN, ALICE E.: Art, Business Educa-
tion! DE, Bowling Team, Girls Concert Club,
CANNON yearbook agent, CANNON Year-
GOODMAN, ROSETTA: Business Education,
GORDON, GREGORY C.: Mathematics. His-
GORTON, BILL: Printing
GOSS, MARY L.: Business Education, Social
GOWDY, DELORES J.: Business Education!
GRAHAM, DEAN L.: Electrical Trades
GRAVES, LORRAINE D.: Home Economics,
COE!Basketball, SAO representative
GRAYSON. GAIL: Business Education, Social
Studies! DE, IOL, SAO representative, CAN-
NON yearbook agent
GREEN, TYRONE: Social Studies
GREENE, ROBERT E.: Foreign Language, So-
cial Studies! Cross Country, Track, Concert
Band, Concert Orchestra, Stage Band,
Marching Band, Symphonic Band
GREER, SHERRY D.: Art! French Club, Hu-
man Relations Council, Service Club, Cheer-
leaders, Junior Council, Senior Council,
Girls Ensemble, Techoir, SAO Executive
Board, SAO representative
GREGORY, CATHY J.: Business Education,
GRIFFIN, DONNA M.: Social Studies
GRIFFIN, MICHAEL L.: Industrial Arts, So-
GRIFFIN, TOMMIE R.: Auto-Aviation! Con-
GRUSS, LISA A.: Business Education! OEA,
Service Club, SAO representative
GUERIN, MARILYN S.: Social Studies
GUFFEY, DEBBIE: Social Studies
GUNYON, DARRYL W.: Drafting! Football
GUYINN, MALINDA1 Business Education, So-
cial Studies! COE, OEA, Track
HACKER, SHELLEY M.: Mathematics, Social
Studies! Bell Choir, Concert Orchestra, Girls
Concert Club, Marching Band, Symphonic
Band, Techoir, CANNON newspaper agent
HAGEDORN, DORI: Social Studies
HALL, DONNITA M.: Social Studies! Y-Teens
HALL,JEFFERY W.: Social Studies! Baseball
HALSTEAD, SUSAN ELAINE: Foreign Lan-
guage, Social Studies! German Club, Service
Club, Spanish Club, Concert Orchestra
CANNON Yearbook Staff, CANNON newsi
paper agent, CANNON yearbook agent
HAMILTON, MABEL V.: Home Economics
HAMILTON, PATRICIA S.: Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! French Club, Track, Concert
Band, Marching Band
HAMMOND,CAVIN JOHN: Printing
HAMMONS, DEBORAH: Business Education!
CANNON newspaper agent, CANNON year-
HAMMONTREE, JOSEPH, JR.: Auto-Avia-
HAMPL, HEDDY MARIA: Art, Business Edu-
cation, Foreign Language! Art Club
HANKERSON, RALPH VALENTINE: Build-
ing Trades, Social Studies
HANNEMANN, MARIANE: Business Educa-
tion! OEA, IOL, Girls Concert Club, Te-
choir, SAO representative
HARBIN, KIMBERLY K.: Business Education,
Music! COE, OEA, Service Club, Bell Choir,
Cheerleaders, Junior Council, Senior Coun-
cil, Techoir, SAO Executive Board, Roll
Room 6 Secretary
J-IARDING, SUE ANNETTE: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies! DE, OEA, Spanish
Club, Girls Volleyball, Majorette, Pom-Pon,
JACQUELINE BROWN, SENIOR, hurries on
her way to class.
ROTC Girls, ROTC Officer, ROTC Sponsor,
ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC
Girls Drill Team, Band Guard, Candy Strip-
HARDY, JOEL: Art, Social Studies
HARP. ROBIN ANN: Home Economics
HARRELL, LARRY: Business Education,
ROTC Officer, ROTC Rifle Team
HARRIS,JERRY E.: Building Trades
HARRIS, NATHAN: Drafting! ICT, Cross
HARRISON, PATRICIA A.: Business Educa-
HART, ROGER D.: Social Studies! Track,
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Stage
Band, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Te-
HARTSBURG. DONNA: Business Education,
Social Studies! DE, Cheerleaders, SAO'rep-
resentative, CANNON newspaper agent,
CANNON yearbook agent
HARWELL, VALERIE E.: Business Education!
DE, OEA, Senior Council, Concert Orchestra
HAUSER, ANTHONY R.: Auto-Aviation, So-
HAYES, LEANDER D.: Auto-Aviation, Social
HEADRICK, DANNY L.: Social Studies
HEATHERLY, KEN N.: Printing! Track
HEATON, DAVID A.: Social Studies! Drama
Speech Club, Baseball, Golf, Senior Council,
Roll Room 6 President, CANNON Newspa-
HEAVRIN, DANIEL R.: Commercial Foods!
ROTC Officer, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC
Drill Team, ROTC Band Guard, ROTC Col-
HEAVRIN, GLENNA LOUISE: Home Econo-
mics! Prayer Circle, Marching Band, CAN-
NON Weekly Staff, SAO representative,
CANNON newspaper agent
HEDRICK, GREGORY D.: Social Studies
HENDERSON, GERMAINE: Social Studies!
HENDRICKS, JAMES ROBERT: Building
HENDRICKSON, ROBERT: Auto-Aviation,
HENRY, BRENDA SUE: Business Education!
COE, Cheerleaders, SAO representative,
CANNON newspaper agent, Cheerblock
HERRERA, SAMUEL: Social Studies! Letter-
men's Club, Football, Track, Wrestling, SAO
representative, CANNON newspaper agent,
CANNON yearbook agent
HERRON, JAMES R.: Drafting! Bowling
Team, Tennis Team
HERRON, ROBERT E.: Building Trades! Hik-
ing Club, Football, Tennis, ROTC Boys,
ROTC Rifle Team, Boys Concert Club, Te-
HIBBLER, ALEX, JR.: Industrial Arts, Social
Studies! Baseball, Basketball, Football,
Track, ROTC Rifle Team
HICKS, ALICE FAY: Social Studies
HICKS, WANDA JEAN: Business Education,
HILL, EVA: Social Studies! Drama Club
HILL, VICKIE: Art! Junior Council
HILLMAN, LEAH: Business Education, Social
Studies! Speech Team, Spanish Club
HITTLE,KATHLEEN A.: Business Education
HOGUE, LESLIE KENNETH: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies! DE, Key Club, Cross
Country, Track, Junior Council, Senior
Council, Roll Room 6 Vice-President, Te-
choir, SAO Executive Board, SAO repre-
sentative, CANNON newspaper agent, CAN-
NON yearbook agent
HOLDER, LINDA SUSAN: Home Economics
HOLLAND. CURTIS ALLAN: Industrial Arts,
Football, Boys Concert Club, SAO repre-
HOLLAND, RICKEY C.: Business Education,
HOLLIS, KITTY: Business Education, Social
Studies! OEA, CANNON newspaper agent
HOLMAN, DEMETRICE ANN: Social Studies
HOLMES,JOHN BLAINE: Art
HOLSEY, DENNIS E.: Auto-Mechanics
HOLTON, JAMES: Auto-Aviation, Social Stu-
HONE, SUSAN MAE: Social Studies! Girls
HOUSTON, DAVID M.: Social Studies
HOWARD, ANTHONY: Art! Senior Council
HOWE, STEVE J.: Electrical Trades, Social
HOYLE, ROSIE M.: Social Studies
HUBER, JOSEPH MICHAEL: Mathematics,
Social Studies! Key Club, Wrestling, Con-
cert Orchestra, Stage Band, Marching Band,
Symphonic Band, Techoir
HUDSON, WALTER: Business Education, So-
HUGHES, HOWARD R.: Metal Trades, Social
HUGHES, SANDRA K.: Business Education!
CANNON newspaper agent
HUNT, DERRICK: Building Trades, Social
HUNT, RITA MARIE: Social Studies! French
HUNTER, STEVEN L.: Social Studies! Base
HYCHE, LANDELL: Social Studies! DE
IRONS, MARGARET ELAINE: Business Edu-
ISAACS, SANDRA KAY: Social Studies
JACKS, ELIZABETH: Mathematics
JACKSON, CAROLYN: Business Education!
Track, Girls Concert Club, Melodayres, Te-
JACKSON, CHARLES HENRY: Mathematics,
Printing! Cross Country, Wrestling, Exercise
JACKSON, LAURA C.: Business Education,
JACKSON, PATRICIA A.: Home Economics
JEFFERS, MICHAEL ANTHONY: Industrial
Arts, Social Studies! Baseball, Basketball
JEFFERSON, CHARLENE EVON: Social Stu-
dies, Home Economics! Red Cross Club
JOHNSON, BRENDA: Social Studies! Girls
JOHNSON, DORIS ELAINE: Social Studies
JOHNSON, JAMES: Building Trades
JOHNSON, VERNITA: Business Education,
Home Economics! OEA, Senior Council
JONES, ANTHONY D.: Business Education!
Bowling Team, Concert Band, Marching
Band, CANNON newspaper agent, CAN-
NON yearbook agent
JONES, DONNA CHRISTINA: Social Studies
JONES, ELMER: Building Trades
JONES, NELDA MARIE: Business Education!
OEA, ROTC Girls, ROTC Officer, Senior
Council, SAO representative
JONES, PATRICIA ANN: Business Education,
Social Studies! OEA, CANNON newspaper
JONES, RALPH E.: Social Studies
JONES, RAMONA VENESE: Business Educa-
tion, Foreign Language, Social Studies! OEA,
Junior Council, Senior Council, Senior Class
Treasurer, SAO representative, Bat girl for
JONES, RONALD E.: Auto-Aviation
JONES, RONNIE J.: Business Education
JONES, SHELDON: Electrical Trades, Social
Studies! Baseball, Football, Track
JONES, VALERIE LYNN: Social Studies,
JORDAN, JAMES J.: Electrical Trades, Math-
ematics, Social Studies! Chemistry-Physics
Club, Radio Club
JORDAN, LORETTA JEAN: Social Studies
JOURNEY, LINDA: Social Studies! 'SAO rep-
resentative, CANNON newSP3Pef agent,
CANNON yearbook agent
JUNE, KAREN SUE: Business Education!
CANNON newspaper agent
KARR, DELBERT C. JUNIOR: Industrial Arts
KEITHLEY, LAURA: Business Education,
Home Economics! DE
KELLER,CINDY LEE: Business Education
KELLY, BOBBY: Building Trades, Social Stu-
dies! Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Basket-
ball, Football, Track
KELLY, FRANK: Drafting, Social Studies!
Lettermen's Club, Basketball, Football,
Track, Junior Council, Senior Council, Roll
Room 7 President, Junior Class President
KELSHAW, RANDELL KEITH: Auto-Avia-
KEMP, DEBRA ANN: Social Studies
KENT, JEFFREY CURTIS: Social Studies
KILLEBREW, STEPHANIE ELAINE: Home
Economics! Girls Basketball, Girls Volley-
KING, JERRY DEAN: Social Studies
KIRBY, DAISY: Home Economics, Social Stu-
KNORR, ROBERT E.: Industrial Arts
KOERS, KEITH PAUL: Mathematics, Social
KOPINSKI, JOSEPH JOHN: Social Studies
LACY, HENRY: Building Trades
LAIR, RONALD: Social Studies! Chess Club,
Human Relations Council, Melodayres, Te-
choir CANNON Yearbook Staff SAO re
, - ' ' , P'
resentativcs, CANNON Newspaper agent.
LALAND, KEVIN DWAYNE: Social Studies
LAMBERT, DENNIS: Social Studies! DE,
Cross Country, Track, Senior Council
LAMPLEY, DAVID LEE: Building Trades,
LANCASTER, DOROTHEA MAE: Foreign
Language, Social Studies! COE, Service
Club, Spanish Club, SAO representative,
CANNON newspaper agent, CANNON year-
LANE, MARY C. E.: Home Economics
LARKIN, KEVIN: Social Studies
LAWRENCE, DAVID A.: Auto-Aviation, So-
LAWRENCE, ROBERT H.: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies! Football, Wrestling
LEDELL, JOYCE E.: Business Education!
LEE, JOANNA MARIA: Social Studies
LEVERINGSTON, MARILYN DENISE: So-
cial Studies, Home Economics
LEWIS, DAVID: Social Studies! Lettermen's
LEWIS, HERBERT JAMES: Foreign Language
LEWIS, JULIE ELLEN: Business Education,
Social Studies! Speech Team, NFL, Bell
Choir, Majorette Twirler, ROTC Girls, Se-
nior Council, Girls Concert Club, Marching
Band, Techoir, SAO Executive Board, CAN-
NON newspaper agent, Associate Member
Committee, Senior Dues Committee
LEWIS, KATHARINA: Foreign Language
LEWIS, LISA KAY: Social Studies
LINGENFELTER, JERALD: Art! DE, Cross
LINETSN, REGINA: Business Education, COE,
LINTON, WILLIAM: Art, Social Studies
LOCKETT, RAMONA DENISE: Social Studies
LONG, GENEVA: Home Economics
LONG, MARSHA CBISHOPJ: Business Educa-
LONG, MICHAEL HOY: Business Education!
Chess Club, Chemistry Physics Club, DE,
Lettermen's Club, OEA, Tennis, CANNON
Weekly Staff, CANNON newspaper agent
LOVETT, RON: Social Studies! Lettermen's
LUTHER, WAYNE MICHAEL: Industrial Arts,
MADDOX, VICTORIA: Business Education,
Social Studies! COE, Girls Basketball, Track,
CANNON newspaper agent, CANNON year-
MALLORY, LARRY: Social Studies! CAN-
NON newspaper agent, CANNON yearbook
MALLOY, VICTOR JAMES: Business Educa-
tion! CANNON Yearbook Staff
MALONE, DORIAN B.: Industrial Arts! ROTC
MANN, WILLIAM BRUCE: Art, Social Studies
MARKLE, KATHY: Business Education! Ser-
vice Club, Girls Concert Club
MARSHALL, SHERYL: Social Studies
MARSHALL, VICTOR L.: Electrical Trades,
Mathematics, Science! Chess Club, Chemis-
try Physics Club, Drama Club, Radio Club,
Thespians, Dramatics, CANNON newspaper
staff, SAO representative
MARTIN, DOREEN H.: Social Studies! Key
Club, Quill 8t Scroll, Service Club, French
Club, Human Relations Council, Majorette
Twirler, CANNON newspaper staff, SAO
representative, SAO Executive Board
MARTIN, JESSIE JAMES JR.: Building
Trades, Social Studies! Track
MARTIN, PATRICIA ANN: Business Educa-
MASON, DORA: Home Economics
MASSIE, CAROL: Business Education, Social
Studies, Home Economics! COE, OEA
MASSINGALE, KATHRYN DENISE COLE:
Business Education! CANNON newspaper
MATgl'HEWS, SUSAN MARIE: Social Studies!
DE, DE President
MAXEY, ROSE ANN LOUISE: Home Econ-
MAXWELL, REX ALLEN: Foreign Language,
MCAFEE, IZERA: Business Education, Social
Studies! Art Club,Y-Teens
MCCALL, JACKIE: Business Education, Home
Economics! Key CLub, Girls Track, Major-
ette Pom Pon, Senior Council, Roll Room
7 Secretary, Mat Maid, SAO Representative,
CANNON newspaper agent, CANNON year-
MCCHRISTIAN, REGINA: Home Economics,
MCCLUNG, MARK: Business Education, Math-
ematics, Social Studies! COE, SAE, OEA, Ju-
nior Council, Senior Council, Cap and Gown
Committee, Prom Committee, Concert Band,
Concert Orchestra, Marching Band, Sympho-
MCCRAY, JOHN ANTHONY: Mathematics,
Social Studies, Science! NFL, Speech Team,
Football, CANNON newspaper staff, SAO
representative, Radio Broadcasting
MCCREARY, JACQUELINE L.: Business Edu-
MCCULLOUGH, JESSIE L.: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies! COE, OEA
MCDONALD, RUSSEL: Auto-Aviation, Social
MCDOWELL, LARRY: Auto-Aviation
MCELROY, MICHAEL: Auto-Trades
MCFADYEN, ROBERT: Social Studies
MCGUIRE, JOHN PATRICK: Auto Trades!
ICT, CANNON newspaper agent, CANNON
MCKEE, GLENN: Social Studies
MCKINNEY, MICHAEL DWAYNE: Social Stu-
MCKINNEY, SHEILA MARVIENE: Business
MEANS, KEVIN: Drafting! Concert Band,
MEYERS, RICHARD L.: Drafting
MICHAELIS, CARL D.: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Music, Social Studies! French
Club, Bell Choir, Junior Council, Senior
Council, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra,
Stage Band, Marching Band, String Ensem-
ble, Symphonic Band, SAO Executive
Board, Exercise In Knowledge
MILLER, AGUSTINE: Business Education!
Track, Girls Concert Club
MILCLEEIR, CLARESSA: Business Education!
MILLER, DANIEL D.: Electrical Trades!
MILLER, DENNIS M.: Mathematics! Cross
MILLER, KAREN:, Home Economics! CAN-
NON newspaper agent, CANNON yearbook
MILLER, KATHRYN J.: Social Stu-
dies!Speech Team, NFL, Quill dc Scroll,
Majorette Twirler and Pom Pon, Junior
Council, Senior Council, Girls Concert Club,
CANNON Newspaper Staff, SAO Executive
Board, Vice-President of SAO, SAO Repre-
sentative, Roll Room 7 Treasurer, Girls
MILLER, MARK WAYNE: Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! Cross Country Football, Track
MILLER, TERRY FUNKE: Social Studies!
Girls Concert Club, Techoir
MIMS, DEBRA ELAINE: Business Education,
MITCHELL, JANICE MAINE: Home Econo-
mics! Girls Concert Club
MITCHELL, KEVIN G.: Social -Studies! Chess
Club, Bowling Team
MITCHELL, MELVIN: Industrial Arts, Math-
MONTGOMERY, LYNETTE: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics! Key Club, Junior
Senior Roster 1975
MONTGOMERY, RAYMOUND: Mathematics,
MOORE, BENJAMIN F.: Social Studies! ICT,
Key Club, Basketball
MOORE, DUANE LEE: Auto-Aviation
MOORE, EARL LEE: Building Trades! Letter-
men's Club, Football, Track, Wrestling
MOORE, JORGA: Business Education
MOORE, WILLARD RICKY: Building Trades
MORGAN, BRENDA GAYLE: Foreign Lan-
guage, Mathematics, Social Studies! DE,
Spanish Club, Girls Concert Club, Explora-
MORRISON, JAMES K.: Social Studies
MORRISON, LESA: Business Education,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Tennis, Junior
Council, Concert Orchestra, Girls Ensemble,
String Ensemble, Techoir
MORRISON, STEPHEN: Social Studies! Key
Club, Service Club. Baseball, Track
MORROW, ROGER ALLEN: Art, Social Stu-
MORTON, DONALD WESLEY: Social Stu-
dies! Chess Club, Chemistry-Physics Club,
Cross Country, Basketball, Tennis, Track,
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Stage
Band, Marching Band
MULLINS, SABRINA ANN: Social Studies!
MUMFORD, TOWANNA ELAINE: Home Eco-
MURPHY, DIANE MARIE: Business Educa-
tion! Art Club, Drama Speech Club, OEA,
Y-Teens, SAO representative
MURRAY, GERALD: Art! Art Club, ROTC
MURRAY, JAMES D.: Printing, Social Stu-
dies! Y-Teens, Track
MURRAY, JOY ANN: Social Studies
MURRAY, PATSY ANN: Foreign Language,
Social Studies, Science! COE, Spanish Club,
Y-Teens, Girls Volleyball, Girls Track, Ma-
jorette Pom Pon, Senior Council, Consti-
tution Committee, Cap and Gown Com-
MURRY, DEBORAH: Social Studies! Y-Teens,
Ecifvling Team, Drama Club, Girls Basket-
MYERS, DEBRA SUE: Mathematics
NELSON, BETTY J.: Art, Social Studies!
NELSON, FRED: Auto
NELSON, ROBERT JAMES: Electrical Trades,
NEWELL, ELIZABETH ANN: Social Studies,
Science, Home Economics! Concert Band,
Girls Concert Club, Concert Orchestra,
Marching Band, Symphonic Band
NIELSEN, JAMES JR.: Industrial Arts, Social
Studies! ICT, DOT, Radio Club
NOEL, WILLARD L.: Social Studies! ROTC
Officer, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Flag De-
tail, Band Guard
NOERR, RONALD D.: Auto, Mathematics!
Hiking Club, Cross Country
NORMAN, TOMMY W.: Business Education!
NORRIS, PAMELIA J.: Home Economics!
OATTS, DANNY R.: Industrial Arts
OLIVER, CLAUDE: Social Studies! Letter-
men's Club, Basketball, Track, Concert
Band, Concert Orchestra
OLIVER, JOHNNY C.: Mathematics, Social
O'NEIL, ROBERT D.: Drafting
OOSTDYK, JANET M.: Social Studies
OSBURN, KEVIN J.: Industrial Arts, Mathe-
OUTLAW, PENELOPE S.: Business Education,
Social Studies! DE, Drama Speech Club,
OEA, Service Club, Y-Teens, Majorette Pom
Pon, Junior Council, Senior Council, SAO
representative, CANNON newspaper agent,
CANNON yearbook agent
OVERTON, SAMANTHA J.: Business Educa-
tion, Music! IOL, DE, Drama Speech Club,
Baseball Bat girl, Bell Choir, Senior Council,
Boys Concert Club pianist, Boys Octette pi-
anist, Girls Concert Club, Girls Ensemble,
Marching Band, Techoir, SAO Executive
Board, SAO representative, Senior Roll
Room 400 Secretary
OWENS, LARRY: Auto
PAGE, HENRY L.: Art
PARKER, ALLEN K.: Art, Social Studies!
PARKER, DONNA M.: Social Studies! Human
Relations Council, ROTC Drill Team
PARKINSON, RITA MARIE: Business Educa-
tion, Foreign Language
PARKS, JOHNNY E.: Business Education, For-
eign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!
Chess Club, Key Club, Lettermenis Club,
Spanish Club, Thespians, Baseball, Cross
Country, ROTC Officer, ROTC Rifle Team,
Concert Band, SAO representative
PARTENHEIMER, SUZAN: Social Studies!
Spanish Club, Girls Concert Club, Techoir
PATE, RONALD E.: Drafting, Mathematics
PEAVEY, DWIGHT: Mathematics
PEAVLER, MICHAEL: Social Studies
FENDER, JULIE: Social Studies, Home Econ-
PERKINS, DONNA: Business Education, So-
cial Studies! .CANNON Yearbook Staff
PERKINS, DOYLE: Auto! DE
PERKINS, JACQUELINE: Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! Concert Orchestra
PERRY, HAROLD E.: Metal Trades
PEIERY, JAEL MARIE: Art! Girls Concert
PERSON, BRIDGET: Art! Track
PETERMAN, TEENA: Social Studies
PHELPS, MARCUS: Business Education, Math-
ematics, Social Studies
PINKTON, WILLIE J.: Social Studies
PIPHER, GREGORY: Social Studies
PLATT, BARBARA JEAN: Business Educa-
PLUMMER, KEVIN T.: Siocial Studies! Sen-
ior Council, Concert Band
POLIN, KEVIN A.: Social Studies
PORTER, DEBRA C.: Home Economics! Girls
POWELL, JOYCE: Social Studies, Science
POWELL, LEE A.: Building Trades
POWELL, MARY: Home Economics
PREVOT, DEBORAH: Home Economics
PREVOT, RENITA J.: Business Education,
Home Economics! OEA
PRICE, DAWN ELAINE: Social Studies! COE,
Service Club, Senior Council, Cap and Gown
Committee, Girls Concert Club, SAO Exec-
utive Board, SAO representative
PRICE, DONNA: Social Studies
PUGH, MARY ELAINE: Home Economics
QUINTANA, MARIA MAGDALENA: Business
Education, Social Studies! COE, OEA, Ser-
vice Club, Spanish Club, Girls Concert Club,
Junior Achievement, SAO representative
RABB, NATHANIEL: Art, Auto! Art Club,
Cross Country, Track, Wrestling, Block T
RADER, KARIN: Business Education, Social
Studies! Photography Club, CANNON Week-
RADY, JODI LYNN: Business Education, For-
eign Language! COE, OEA
RANDLE, SHEILA: Home Economics! Girls
Concert Club, Symphonic Band
RAY, TIMOTHY: Social Studies! Lettermen's
Club, Golf, CANNON yearbook agent
REEVES, KEVIN: Social Studies! Basketball
REINTJES, MARLENE: Business Education!
OEA, IOL, Girls Concert Club
RICSIARDSON, DANNY W.: Auto, Social Stu-
RICHARDSON, LEONARD EARL JR.: Auto-
ROBERTS, DOUGLAS WAYNE: Industrial
ROBERTSON, RICKEY D.: Social Studies,
Science! ROTC Rifle Team
ROBERTSON, SHEILA: Business Education,
Social Studies! Track
ROBERTSON, TINA MARIE: Home Econom-
ROBINSON, ANTHONY J.: Business Educa-
tion! Basketball, Football, Wrestling
ROBINSON, CHARLES ANTHONY: Auto-Av-
ROBINSON, LINDA: Social Studies
ROBINSON, MICHAEL E.: Business Educa-
tion, Electrical Trades
ROBINSON, RENE: Home Economics! Ser-
vice Club, Spanish Club, Track
ROBINSON, RUBY: Home Economics
RO-IEINSCON, SWANSY LEE: Industrial Arts!
ROBINSON, VANESSA: Home Economics!
ROTC Girls, Junior Council, SAO represent-
ative, CANNON newspaper agent
RODGERS, CASSANDRA K.: Art, Home Eco-
RODRIGUES, STEPHEN S.: Mathematics,
Science! Football, Track, Wrestling
ROSALES, MICHELE: Business Education
ROSSMAN, CYNTHIA DENISE: Social Stu-
dies! CANNON newspaper agent, CANNON
RUSH, MARK: Social Studies! Student Action
For Education, Human Relations Council,
Photography Club, Baseball, Basketball,
Football, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra,
Marching Band, Symphonic Band
RUSH, PAULA JOAN: Business Education,
Clothing! DE, Cheerleaders, Senior Council
RUSSELL, DEBRA: Business Education, So-
cial Studies! COE, OEA
RUSSELL, HENRY: Auto! Basketball, Track
SADLER, SHARMAN: Social Studies
SAMPSON, JAY: Mathematics, Social Studies
SATTERFIELD, KEITH: Social Studies, Phy-
SCOTT, EYDIE M.: Business Education, Home
Economics! COE, OEA, SAO representative
SCOTT, RANDALL: Business Education, So-
SCOTT, SANDRA J.: Home Economics, Math-
ematics, Social Studies! Service Club, Y-
SCRUGG, VALERIE: Business Education!
Girls Concert Club
SEAGRAVES, BRUCE W.: Auto-Aviation!
Letterman's Club, Football
SEATS, JULIE N.: Business Education, Home
SEBREE, HAROLD GENE: Printing, Social
SHACKELFORD, RUTH KAREN: Business
Education, Home Economics! DOT
SHAFFER, CONZOLA ANN: Mathematics,
Home Economics! Key Club, CANNON
SHANNON, MICHAEL A.: Industrial Arts,
SHAW, DENISE ELAINE: Business Education!
SHEETS,JOHN: Printing! Bowling Team
SHELBY, BRUCE: Auto-Aviation, Social Stu-
SHERROD, BENITO D.: Electrical Trades,
Social Studies! Prayer Circle, Spanish Club,
Concert Orchestra, String Ensemble
SHIRLEY, ARIELE DENISE: Business Educa-
tion Social Studies! Drama Club
SHOBE, FINIS LEE: Business Education, So-
cial Studies! Football
SHOLAR, SHEILA: Home Economics! Speech
SHORT, MARK ALAN: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Exploratory
Teaching, Exercise In Knowledge
SIMONTON, KEVIN N.: Drafting, Mathema-
tics! ICT, Football
SIMS, CHARLES E.: Industrial Arts! Art
Club, Cross Country, Track
SIMS, GERALD: Building Trades, Social Stu-
SMITH, BETTY A.: Social Studies
SMITH, CARLA KAY: Home Economics
SMITH, DONNA JEAN: Business Education!
SMITH, DUANE CARBIN: Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! Lettermans Club, Spanish Club,
Key Club, Cross Country, Basketball, Junior
SMITH, LEWIS PHILLIP: Electrical Trades,
SMITH, PATRICIA ANN: Business Education,
Social Studies! SAO representative
SMITH, PEGGY DENISE: Foreign Language
Mathematics, Social Studies! Drama Speech
Club, CANNON yearbook staff, Exercise
SMITH, PEGGY JEAN: Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Tech Girl
Scouts, Spanish Club, Senior Council, Ex-
ploratory Teachers, Treasurer of Roll Room
648, Chairman of Cap and Gown Committee
SMITH, STEVEN B.: Social Studies! Letter-
man's Club, Football
SMOCKJACQUELINE: Social Studies! ROTC
SPALDING, PREDRICK: Social Studies
SPEARS, BETTY JEAN: Business Education
Home Economics! COE, OEA, CANNON
newspaper agent, CANNON yearbook agent
SPELLS, VICKIE: Home Economics
STANSBERRY, ANGELA BONITA: Home
Economics! SAO representative
STARK, JOHN S.: Auto-Aviation, Business Ed-
STARKS, PAMELA: Art! Track, Art Club
STEELE, JANET ILENE: Home Economics,
Social Studies! Senior Council, Executive
Secretary of the Senior Class, Girls Concert
STEELE, MARION: Building Trades
STEINMETZ, DAVID BI: Business Education
STEWARD, JANIE: Home Economics, So-
cial Studies! Art Club
STIFFLER, DENISE MARIE: Social Studies!
COE, OEA, Service Club, SAO representative
STORMS, TIMOTHY LEE: Auto-Aviation,
Mathematics, Social Studies
STRATTON, RANDALL JOSEPH: Social Stu-
STUCK, PAUL ROBERT JR.: Building Trades!
DE, Cross Country, Wrestling
SUIT, JUDY: Drafting
SUMNER, STEPHEN: Social Studies! Key
Club, Photography Club, Bowling Team,
CANNON Newspaper Staff, CANNON year-
SURENKAMP, RAYMOND: Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! Chess Club, Bowling Team
SUTTHE. EMMA LOUISE: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics
SWEATT, PAMELA: Social Studies, Home
Economics! Girls Basketball
SYKES, LOVIE ANN: Business Education,
Mathematics! Girls Basketball, Lettermen's
Club, OEA, Girls Volleyball, Track
TAGUE, MICHELLE LEIGH: Foreign Lan-
guage, Mathematics, Social Studies! Spanish
Club, Y-Teens, Tennis, Exploratory Teachers
TAYLOR, AUTUMN LEE: Home Economics!
Pep Band, Cheer Block, Concert Band, Girls
Concert Club, Marching Band
TAYLOR, BRENDA: Business Education
TAYLOR, CONSTANCE FAITH: Business Ed-
ucation, Social Studies! Y-Teens, Latin Club,
TAYLOR, DEBORAH LYNN: Business Educa-
TAYLOR, GWENDOLYN: Ilome Economics
TAYLOR, JAMESZETTA: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics! OEA, Girls Basket-
TAYLOR, KENNETH: Industrial Arts, Social
TAYLOR, LINDA A.: Business Education,
TAYLOR, LOREN: Industrial Arts, Social Stu-
dies! Marching Band, Concert Band
TAYLOR, WILLIAM ALBERT: Auto-Avia-
tion! ROTC Officer, ROTC Drill Team
THEATER, HUBERT T.: Business Education!
Baseball, Football, CANNON yearbook
TEDQIQOW, EARL EUGENE: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies
TENNOR, ROSELYN ELAINE: Art, Drafting,
Mathematics, Social Studies! ICT, Tech Girl
Scouts, Spanish Club
THOMAS, BRENDA A-I Social Studies
THOMAS, DAVID L.: Social Studies! Football
I THOMAS, JO ANN: Home Economics! Key
Club, Pep Club, Girls Concert Club, CAN-
I NON Newspaper Staff
THOMAS, PAMELA: Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies, Science! COE, French Club, Key Club,
Y-Teens, Senior Council, President of Roll
Room 648, Chairman of the Fund Raising
Committee, Concert Orchestra
THOMPSON, PENNY LOUISE: Art! Senior
THURMAN, RICHARD A.: Industrial Arts,
Mathematics, Social Studies! ICT, Track
. TOBIN, MATHIAS J.: Industrial Arts, Social
TOLER, DOUGLAS PAUL: Social Studies
' TRICE, GLORIA JEAN: Social Studies
TRITTIPO, MARJORIE ELLEN: Social Stu-
dies! Key Club
TROTTER, ROY LONNIE: Social Studies!
Drama Speech Club
TUCK, GREGORY JAMES: Social Studies!
COE, Track, SAO representative
TURNER, ALPHONSE JR.: Building Trades
TURNER, STEPHANIE: Home Economics
TURNER, TERESA A.: Business Education,
Social Studies! French Club, OEA, Y-Teens
TURNER, VENISE ALITA: Home Economics!
CANNON yearbook agent
VERHINES, ALETHEA M.: Home Economics,
Mathematics! SAE, Prayer Circle, Girls En-
WAGNER, RONALD: Social Studies! Bell
Choir, Basketball, Track, Concert Band,
Concert Orchestra, Stage Band, Marching
Band, Symphonic Band
WAKEMAN. HELEN: Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies, Science! Chemistry-Physics Club. Hik-
ing Club, Tech Girl Scouts. Latin Club
WALKER, DIANE: Home Economics
WALKER. RALPH L.: Metal Trades, Social
WALKER. VANESSA: Business Education
WALLACE, MICHAEL RAY: Industrial Arts.
WALLACE. PAULA JO: Art, Home Econom-
ics! Art Club
WALLACE. ROBIN: Art, Mathematics
WALTON, CHARLES DUJUAN: Auto Trades
WARNER. APRIL A.: Music, Social Studies!
NFL, Speech Team, Girls Concert Club, Te-
choir, SAO representative
WATSON, GEORGE A.: Auto Trades. Social
WATSON, HENRY: Social Studies, Commer-
WEBB, HETTY QKNIPEJI Business Education
WEBB, LAURA A-Z Home Economics
WEIGLEIN, SHERRY: Social Studies, Music!
Human Relations Council, Cheerleader, Girls
WELCH, MARSHA ANN: Business Education,
WELLS, DAVID: Auto Trades, Social Studies
WELLS, ROSA: Business Education, Home
Economics! OEA, Track
WEST, BENJAMIN WAYNE: Drafting, Social
Studies! DE, Football, Track, Wrestling
WEST, CORA BENITA: Social Studies! Service
Club, DE, Junior Council, Girls Concert
Club, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Te-
choir, SAO representative, CANNON news-
paper agent, CANNON yearbook agent
WEST, SANDRA COLLEEN: Foreign Lang-
uage, Social Studies
WETHINGTON, TERESA RUAN: Social Stu-
WI-IITLEY, STEVE: Social Studies
WI-IITLOCK, WILLIAM: Mathematics
WHITNEY, JACQUELINE LYNETTE: Busi-
ness Education, Foreign Language, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! DE, French Club,
History Club, Marching Band, Pep Band,
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Symphon-
ic Band, CANNON newspaper staff, SAO rep-
WHITNEY, PHYLISS JANE: Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies! COE
WIGGINGTON, DAVID LEE: Printing! ROTC
WIGGINGTON, DEBRA A.: Social Studies!
Speech Team, Girls Concert Club, Techoir
WILDRICK, JULIE ANN: Home Economics!
Concert Orchestra, Girls Concert Club
WILKERSON, MARK KEVIN: Business Edu-
cation, Social Studies
WILKERSON, THERESA MAE: Home Econo-
WILLIAMS, DARRYL LOUIS: Industrial Arts
WILLIAMS, DONALD O.: Electrical Trades,
Social Studies! ICT
WILLIAMS, HENRY A.: Metal Trades! Let-
termen's Club, Basketball, Football, Track
WILLIAMS. JOSEPH: Art
WILLIAMS. MARIANNE E.: Business Educa-
tion, Foreign Language! Service Club, Span-
ish Club, Y-Teens. Tennis, CANNON year-
book staff, CANNON yearbook agent
WILLIAMS, RUTH CHARLENE: Social Studies
WILLIAMS, SHARON KAY: Business Educa-
tion! DE, Speech Team, NFL. SAO repre-
sentative. CANNON newspaper agent
WILLIAMS. STAR DENICE: Social Studies
WILLIAMS, SYLVIA LUCILLE: Business Edu-
cation! SAO representative. CANNON Year'
WILLIS. DANIEL LEE: lndustrial Arts! Art
Club, ROTC Drill Team. Boys Concert Club
WILLIS, STEVEN ALLEN: Electrical Trades!
ICT, Bowling Team
WILSON, BOBBY WAYNE: Social Studies
WILSON, PATRICIA ANN: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics! Girls Basketball,
Key Club, Letterman's Club, Spanish Club,
Girls Volleyball. Basketball, Tennis, ROTC
Officer, ROTC Sponsors, ROTC Girls Drill
WILSON, RICHARD DALE: Printing! Chess
Club, Key Club, Prayer Circle, Radio Club,
ROTC Officers, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC
Color Guard, CANNON Yearbook Staff,
SAO Representative, CANNON yearbook
WILSON, SHARON L.: Art, Business Educa-
tion, Social Studies
WILSON, TERRI ELAINE: Business Educa-
tion, Home Economics
WINFREY, PENNY B.: Business Education.
Social Studies, Y-Teens, Marching Band
WITMER, DAVID M.: Auto-Mechanics
WOLFE, BARBARA J.: Business Education!OEA
WOLFE, LUANGELA EDITH: Art! Art Club,
Girls Concert Club, Techoir
WOODS, DELORES: Home Economics
WOODS, TINA MARIE: Home Economics
WRIGHT, JOHN WAYNE: Mathematics, Print-
WRICEHT, KATHY LANIECE: Social Studies
WRIGHT, MARY JOETTA: Home Economics,
Social Studies! SAO representative, CAN-
NON newspaper agent, CANNON yearbook
WYSS, SOPHIA ELLEN: Business Education,
Social Studies! OEA, CANNON yearbook
YARRELL, LAWRENCE: Music, Social Stu-
dies! Quill 8t Scroll, Senior Council, Asso-
ciate Member, Boys Octette, Boys Concert
Club, Techoir, CANNON Yearbook Staff,
CANNON newspaper agent, CANNON year-
book agent, Cap and Gown Committee
YORK, BAB MARLA: Business Education, So-
cial Studies! COE, Quill 8r Scroll, Tennis,
Junior Council, Senior Council, CANNON
Newspaper Staff, SAO representative, CAN-
NON newspaper agent, CANNON yearbook
agent, Vice-President, Constitution and Fun-
YOUNG, FLORA: Home Economics, Social
YOUNG, TERETHA ANN: Social Studies
SENIOR HONORS-FRONT ROW: Shelley Hacker, Jan Berry, Kathy Miller, Peggy Smith, Jodi
Rady. SECOND ROW: Heddy Hampl, Minnie Cheatham, Debbie Farley, Stephen Rodngues, Patsy
Murray. THIRD ROW: Lou Wanna Benns, Jacqueline Whitney, Mark Short, Brenda.Morgan, John
Parks. FOURTH ROW: Pete Fuhr, Charles Jackson, Carl Michaelis, James Jordan, Victor Marshall.
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DANNY BOONE pokes another hit, going for another run.
Baseballers strike out
with 5-13 record
Varsity baseball at Tech High School
suffered a first in the history of the
school. Records show this season to be
the first time there were more games lost
than won. The season record was 13 de-
feats and 5 wins. Conditions accounted
for many of the problems. Rain during
the season prevented the team from
having an opportunity to play at home.
All games away, on whatever diamond,
were dry enough. Many games were close
and Coach Moreman felt if these had
been played at home the scores would
have been reversed.
A fine group of retuming players
makes the coming season look very prom-
Graduating members were Dennis and
DeWayne Graham, Byron Davenport,
Robin Woodcock, Mike Schartz, Tony
Beverly and Kurtis Roots.
Dennis Graham won most valuable
Tech's Reserve had a season of about
.500 finishing with six wins and seven
losses, a better season than the year
before. Considering they had seven fresh-
men, a disadvantage against older teams,
they're still building up for the later
1974 VARSITY BASEBALL
0 Warren Central 11
6 Perry Meridian 7
U0 innings, 1974 RESERVE BASEBALL
10 Scecina 3
1 Howe 2 Tech
3 North Central 11 2 Warren , , 10
5 Arlington 14 3 Perry Meridian 2
0 Southpon 10 11 Scecrna 12
1 Kokomo 2 2 Howe 12
5 Wood 3 3 North Central 6
3 Scecina 6 12 Latin School 10
fCity Tourneyb 2 Aflmgton 4
1 Ben Davis 2 0 Southport 9
5 Chatard 9 6 Ben Davis 12
1 Broad Ripple 9 7 Broad Ripple 2
7 Manual 1 8 Manuel 5
4 Shortridge 9 10 Sh0Ila1'1dg6 0
3 Washington 2 9 Washington 0
6 Latin School 3
5 Howe 6
TONY BEVERLY cheers the Titans on to victory, while Hubert Teater looks on.
1974 VARSITY BASEBALL-FRONT ROW: Curtis Roots, Byron Davenport, DeWayne Graham, Dennis Graham,
Mike Schwartz, Robin Woodcock, SECOND ROW: Ernest Cline, coachg Tony Beverly, Ken Taylor, Dave Griffin, 1974 RESERVE BASEBALL-FRONT ROW: John Parks, Eddie Webb, Joe Burton,
Frank Bryant, Tom Bruce, Steve Fox, Howard Catt, athletic director. THIRD ROW: Jeff Hall, Dan Boone, Kirby Robert Garrison, Lawrnece Hooks, Robin Coleman. SECOND ROW: Howard Catt,
Baird,Irving Brimrnage, Hubert Teeter, Victor Burgess, Ivan Moreman, coach. athletic director: Pat Amato, Reggie Elzy, Dale Griftin, Tim Flanigan, Marlin Harris.
THIRD ROW: Clarence Thompson, Roger Rebenack, Andrew Smith, Bill Allen, Cleo
Williams, Dave George, head coach.
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arsit Track turns in 9-1 season record
The 1974 Varsity Track Team tumed
in a 9-1 season with three athletes placing
in the state and two breaking school
Jerry Hill placed in the state when he
fmished third in the high hurdles with a
time of 14.4 seconds. He tied the school
record in the high hurdles.
Greg Tuck placed third in the 100
yard dash with a time of 9.8 seconds
which also tied a school record for the
event. Greg also placed sixth in the 220-
yard dash with a time of 22 seconds flat.
Robin Whisman finished seventh in the
shot put with a distance of 55 feet 4
inches. Those breaking school records
were John Brinkley in the high jump with
a height of 6 feet 5.5 inches and Earl
Moore in the discus with a distance of
142 feet 7 inches.
1974 VARSITY TRACK SCORES
72 Brebeuf 65
72 Attucks 15
82 Washington 43
64 Warren Central 63
74 Southport 52
92 Perry Meridian 35
73 Kokomo 54
57 North Central 69
83 Shortridge 43
North Central Relays 3rd
A Tech Invitational 4th
1974 VARSITY TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Kenneth Lee, Andrew Abernathy, John Cruz, John Akers, Greg Bell, Frank Kelly, Mike Fagan, Howard City Znd
Catt, athletic director. SECOND ROW: John Brinkley, Dennis Hall, Eric Glenn, George Gilbert, George Pitano, Ray Anderson, Claude Oliver, Willie Sectional 2nd
Bonner, Melvin Bowers, Coach. THIRD ROW: Bruce McGeath, coach, Robert Woodard, coach, George Chatman, Joe Perkins, Stephen Scott, Robin
Whisman, Greg Tuck, Jerry Hill, Edward McDowell, coach.
GGREG TUCK breaks the tape after completing 100 yards.
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JOHN BRINKLEY shows his record setting style. AFTER 120 YARDS of high hurdles, Jerry Hill wins!
Freshmen help Reserve grab 7-1 season
1974 RESERVE TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Tom Borisenko, Robert Watkins, Jesse Harris, Dewayne Mason, Nathaniel Rabb, Sam Seals. SECOND
ROW: Melvin Bowers, coach, Rex Mindach, managerg Eric Stubbs, Glen Smock, Michael Alexander, John Halliburton, Tim Fuller, manager. THIRD ROW:
Robert Woodard, coachg Tom Witsman, John Smith, Nathan Harris, Michael Page, Edward McDowell, coach, Bruce McGeath, coach.
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The Reserve Track Team, as always,
made up mostly of freshmen, took satis-
faction in their 1974 season with a record
of seven wins and one loss.
Bill Cox, an outstanding runner, took
the 120-yard high hurdles in 16.8 sec-
onds. He also cleared the low hurdles
with a time of 23.1 seconds.
Madison fMad Dogj Miller ran the 100-
yard dash in 10.6 seconds. Nate Rabb
performed the 880 yard run in 2 minutes,
Two relay teams took honors. Eric
Stubbs, Mike Eagan, Nate Rabb and Steve
Scott reached a time of 3 minutes, 37.5
seconds in the mile relays. The 880 relay
team, Andrew Abernathy, Steve Rodri-
gues, DeWayne Mason and John Brinkley
timed in at one minute, 39.9 seconds.
The Freshman team provided candi-
dates for reserve standing.
1974 RESERVE TRACK
95 Shortridge 7
90 Brebeuf 28
90 Attacks 18
69 Washington 39
34 Warren Central 7 1
75 Southport 47
88 Perry Meredian 39
89 Kokomo 34
1974 FRESHMAN TRACK
50 Wood 76
64 Washington 66
63 Manual 64
80 Attucks 36
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Young golf team starts rebuilding
PHIL COOK waits patiently before going to his next match.
The golf team got off to a winning
season this year, knocking off their first
two foes. Then inexperience got the best
of themg they didn't do much winning
after that. But they stayed in there trying.
The team was led by Mike Greene and
Phil Cook who put out their best. The
team placed thirteenth in the city.
Golf is a sport that requires a lot of
concentration as well as skill.
This year's team had nine players,
with a slim tumout, about a third the
number for outlying schools. Next year
1et's see all you swingers out there giving
it a try. Take it from a golferg it really is
239 Shortridge 267
246 Attucks 315
243 Arlington 201
214 Chatard 200
393 Kokomo 3 14
393 Arlington 341
221 Scecina 232
221 Ritter 206
242 Howe 215
240 Manual 223
219 Broad Ripple 248
219 Wood 309
230 Ben Davis 207
244 Northwest 249
234 Roncalli 223
174 Cathedral 154
244 Washington 222
393 Kokomo 3I0
393 Arlington 337
City 389 13th place 16 teams
Sectional 353 15th place
1974 GOLF TEAM-FRONT ROW: Mike Madden, Jack Gros, Tom Reese, Dave Lewis, Jay Kleine, coach. SECOND ROW
Larry Johnson, Phil Cook, Tim Ray, Brad McCall, Mike Greene.
OUT FOR A FIRST RUN, girls practice for a spring track meet. Uniforms came later.
1974 GIRLS' TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Lovie Sykes, Ma.rylyn Beard, Georgetta Stamps, Stephanie Killebrew, Debbie Collins,
Henrietta Bolden. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Jackson, Gina Foster, Loleta Brinkley, Charmaine Fletcher, Sharon Bingham, Idella
Barner, Rhonda Murray. THIRD ROW: Tamara Freeman, Belinda Williams, Anna Taylor, Anny Martin, Patsy Murray, Sherry
1974 GIRLS' TRACK
66 Wood 20
17 Washington 70
77 Manual 1 0
47 Attucks 49
58 Howe 3 8
City Meet 5th Place
With high school girls wanting more
sports, tryouts were held to form a girls'
track team which consisted of 19 girls.
The girls had a 3 win, 2 loss record in
their first season of existence. One of the
closest battles was a 47 to 49 loss to At-
tucks. They placed fifth in the city. Next
season they will add more meets to their
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James E. Stewart Robert V. Belding Robert T..StQCk31'd
Vice-Principal Vice-Principal Vwe-Prmclpal
Director Adult Education Division
Assistant for Programming
Tech 300 Program Director
Mrs. Marjorie McCutcheon
C. Gaylord Allen
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Assistant to the principal Student Activities Director
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Adult Education Guidance Director Building and Grounds Director Cooperative Office Education Coordinator
William Guess Mrs. Delsie Shoemaker l Mrs. Ann Cummins
Data Processing Instructor Distributive Education Coordinator IMCHSIVC Office L2b0Iat0fY C00fdiI13t0f
Cecil T. Tresslar Hester Hale MIS- Judith H8fl'li1t01'l
Publications Director Assistant Librarian Head Librarian
Frederick A. Kelly
Dean of Boys
Mrs. Dorothy Stout
Dean of Girls
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Assistant Dean, House Pla
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Lewis Pence Eileen Kohut
Edward McDowell Ivan Moreman
Assistants to the Deans
Mrs. Betty Brodhecker, head Mrs. Shirley Lundgl-en
BOOKSTORE CLERKS-Mrs. Jane Mindach, Mrs. LaVeme Stewart, man-
agerg Mrs. Francis Craig.
SOCIAL SERVICE-Mrs. Barbara Nicholson, Robert Collins, Mrs. Carolyn
ADULT EDUCATION DIVISION OFFICE STAFF-Mrs. Margarette Pot-
ter, Mrs. Mary Hoffman, Mrs. Mildred Langlotz, Mrs. Alberta Follis.
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR Mrs. Shirley Kil-
LEFT, OFFICE STAFF-FRONT ROW: Mrs.
Janice Chadwick, Mrs. Dorothy Armel, Mrs.
Gloria Robbins, Mrs. Derby Simpkins, Mrs.
Jane Fuller. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Wilma Dur-
ham, Mrs. Judith Gibson, Mrs. Rita Tussey,
Mrs. Martha Thomas, Mrs. Bemadine Pool.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Verda Allee, Mrs. Carolyn
Hyatt, Patricia Littell, Mrs. Louise Creaser,
Mrs. Elsie Robards, Mrs. Gene Montgomery.
SECURITY OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: Sgt.
Eugenia Briggs, Officers Jerry Smith, Catheryne
Brooks. SECOND ROW: Officers Randy Busic,
Calvin Tumer, Walter Marsh. THIRD ROW:
Sgt. T. C. Nelms, Officers Leon Martin, Glenn
BELOW LEFT: Bill Sowers, grounds manager:
Tom Walker, head custodiang Merill Smith
BELOW LEFT: DEPARTMENTAL ASSIS-
TAN TS: Albert McFa1l, Mrs. Gwendolyn Huff,
Mrs. Judith Shattuck, Mrs. Betty Rowland,
Louise Schneider. SECOND PHOTO: Mrs.
Florence S. Cox, Mrs. Sara Grove, Mrs. Janet
ARIES-MARCH 21 TO APRIL 20
Our Aries is from the Physical Science
Department. Mrs. Pauline Caldwell is a
perfect example of the Aries personality.
Her aggressive enthusiasm and fiery tem-
perament keep her pupils guessing what
to expect next. Her wonderful originality
and pioneer spirit make her a Hne and
TAURUS-APRIL 20 TO MAY 21
Art Department representative Marian
Hamilton exemplifies the Taurus person.
Although hard to influence, being strong-
ly self-willed, she is affectionate artistic,
excelling and loyalg yet Miss Hamilton
will temper her ideas and expectations
for students with practicality.
GEMINI-MAY 21 TO JUNE 21
Our Gemini representatives are Mrs.
Francois Miller and Richard Allen. Mrs.
Miller of the Mathematics Department
and Mr. Allen of the Biology Department
have chosen their professions well because
Geminis are well informed. Although
both feel the need for a change once in
awhile, this restlessness keeps the Math
and Biology classes on the move and
CANCER-JUNE 21 TO JULY 23
Moon child Louis Pence is a fine
example of the Cancer personality. Being
responsive to people and patient, he is
perfect for his job in the dea.n's office
touching people's lives each day. Mr.
Pence's changing moods make him fun
to be with.
LEO-JULY 23 TO AUGUST 23
Mrs. Odessa Hill of the Home Econom-
ics Department is a Leo. A Lioness will
sharpen her claws every day even though,
with her warm and generous personality,
she seldom uses them. She's proud, queen-
ly and dynamic. If clawing will push a
pupil through to success, you can count
on a lioness to do the clawing.
VIRGO-AUGUST 23 TO SEPTEMBER
Never ask a Virgo like John Williams
of Introduction to Industry if he expects
perfection. You'll without doubt get an
affirmative answer. Mr. Williams encour-
ages all his pupils to seek perfection and
is helpful enough to aid them in this
endeavor. Like most Virgos he is indus-
trious and thrifty, and therefore makes a
fine addition to the field in which he
PISCES-FEBRUARY 10 TO MARCH 21
Walter Davis of the Social Studies
Department and William Stewart of DOT
are Pisces. People of this sign are sensitive
and idealistic and love the outdoors. Our
Pisces keep their classes and work as
changeable as their emotions which play
a great part in their lives.
AQUARIUS-JANUARY 20 TO FEB-
With an ever changing, renewing per-
sonality, Shelia Sullivan of the Foreign
Language Department keeps her Spanish
students interested. She is scientific and
socially aware, a great coach of the
majorettes and of students in their every-
CAPRICORN-DECEMBER 22 TO JAN-
What better place to find a Capricorn
than in the Business Education Depart-
ment! The practicality of the business
man suits Michael Cecil perfectly. Noth-
ing can stop the goat. He'll climb over
any obstacle taking his class with him,
and he'll be disappointed and pitying if
any one of them fails.
SAGITTARIUS-NOVEMBER 22 TO DE-
Mrs. Kandis Brown of the Music De-
partment expects her pupils, like herself,
to aim high and reach their aim. Mrs.
Brown, like the true Sagittarius, is the
philospher of the zodiac. Don't get the
idea that she is stuffy because her Sagit-
tarius razzle-dazzle and impulsive ways
make her as changeable as the nature
which she loves.
SCORPIO-OCTOBER 23 TO NOVEM-
Ask a Scorpio person a direct question,
and you'll get a straight yes or no
answer. So it is with Health and Physical
Education representative, Ed McDowell.
Don't expect to slip by this one with
sloppy behavior. He's excelling and ex-
pects others to be, and will show his
explosive temper which Scorpios are fam-
ous for if he feels a Titan isn't doing as
well as he or she can. His quick wit and
decisive mind make him an object of
affection for many on campus.
LIBRA-SEPTEMBER 23 TO OCTOBER
Thomas Danheiser, head of the Tech
English Department is a Libra to per-
fection. With delicate balance and desire
for harmony so common with Libras,
Mr. Danheiser keeps the English Depart-
ment in perfect equilibrium. Mr. Dan-
heiser is intelligent and honorable as are
most Libras, He also enjoys music and
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FIRST ROW: Mrs. Joan Brown, Helen Carter, Mrs. Virginia Cassell, Mrs.
Margaret Clapp, Mrs. Diane Comstock, Rita Corrado, Mrs. Lois Csiky,
THOMAS DANHEISER, Ellen Eads, Mrs. Cynthia Fields, Mrs. Karen Fin-
ney, Robert Ford, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Alice Goodrum, Mrs. Margaret
Hahn, Emmett Hardiman, Jean Hillenbrand, Bernice Jones, M. Eileen
Kohut, John Lewis, Mary Maillard, John Malin, Robert Maloy, Judith
McBride, Ann McMillan, THIRD ROW: Mrs. Joyann Middlekauff, Stanly
Minks, Ann Phillippi, E. Craig Roberts, Mrs. Jatinder Singh, Mrs. Nancy
Sutton, John Takacs, Cecil Tresslar, Henry Whitesell, Mrs. Elizabeth
Wilson, Leslie Wright. NOT PICTURED Louis Hill.
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Leon Elder 'sis' f 1 Jak' ' 'Za' V X? THIRD ROW:
Mrs. Judith Feigen ., ' , gg., V' ,A b -Q V Donald Roblnson
Richard Glover , I ,L , ' g ,. j V Haflle Shah
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Buckley, Mrs. Barbara Cavallo, Michael Cecil, Mrs. Ann Cummins, Mrs. Vay, Nancy Meisberger, Mrs. Gwendolyn Ohmit, Mrs. Meriam Oldham,
Felisha Edwards, Mrs. Louistine Fields, JOYCE FREEMAN, Mrs. Lois Mrs. Marjorie Parker, Mrs. Delsie Shoemaker.
Frye, David George. SECOND ROW: William Guess, Mrs. Virginia
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FIRST ROW: ' , - , Robert Orth
Richard Allen .J -at-., " A I , Allen Smith
Mrs. Pauline Caldwell is Va: .' Steven Smith
KRobeEt Collins if , 5, D gg ' Iwi ' ' 'QQ' Roy Terrell
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Brodhecker, Howard Catt, John Hurrle, Susan Jahnke,
Julius Kleine, Francis Knue, JAMES LEAP, SECOND
ROW: Mrs. Shirley
Lundgren, Mrs. Mary Lou Manka,
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Davis, Mrs. Betty Ellis, William Farrell, Roosevelt
Griffin. SECOND ROW: John Hall, Harvey Halla-
gan, Charles Harry, John Kanouse, Mark King,
: Robert Ayers, Mrs. Martha Brad-
Mrs. Barbara Lee, Mary Martin, Bruce McGeath.
THIRD ROW: Robert Meyer, John Miner, William
Morse, Wesley Murphy, WILLIAM SIEDLECKI,
Clyde Smith, Jr., Ebert Smith, James Taflinger.
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Mrs. Ruth Stafford
Mrs. Mary Woolford
Lee Barricklow, Mrs. Kandis Brown, Edward Evans
WILLIAM MOON, Ronald Nobles, Shelia Sullivan W11
Storms, KERMIT SWENSON, Mrs. Emmagee Washing-
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Harold Elliott, Oral Henderson, John Hill. SECOND ROW: Ernest
Holmes, Charles Hylton, Burney Jackson, Fred Keller, Jimmy Lamb,
Clifton Lovelace, Dan Malone, Lowell McCarty, Fred Miessen, John
Mullennax, Paul Oscarson. THIRD ROW: Lewis Pence ITHEL SHOE-
MAKER, Mrs. Ruth Stafford, William Stewart, Cyril Stock, John
Tincher, William Tremp, Herbert Van DerMoere, John Williams, Morris
Woods. NOT PICTURED: Earl Boss, Robert Crooke, Dewaine Met-
calf, Dale Riggs, Robert Smith, Fred Thompson.
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JOHN MINER, Robert
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UNDER-GARMENTS, GLOVES, HOSIE RY,
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Abel, Janice 72
Adair, Clyde 43,48
Adam, Donna 18,2l,44,59,74,l 1 7
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Adams, Mary 77
Adams, Rick 44,47
Adams, Vicki 48
Akers, John 144
Alexander, Jeff 44,48
Alexander, Michael l03,l 04,l46,
ALLEE, MRS. VERDA 155
Allen, Bill 143
Allen, Doreatha 48,77
ALLEN, GAYLORD C. 151
ALLEN, LOUIS 99
Allen, Mike 98
ALLEN, RICHARD 156,159
Allen, Ruthie 27
Allen, Sandra 59
Allen, Susan 67
Allen, Zellie 88
Alston, Herbert 29
Amato, Pasquale 30,44, 48,64,
AMEND, MRS. PATRICIA 160
Anderson, Paul 22
Anderson, Ray 144
Anderson, Rick 25
Anderson, Toni 48
Anthony, Mark 48
Anthropology Club 1 1 1
Arila, Karl 95
Armes, Audrey 18,44,48,66,73
Armour, Alfred 29
ARMEL, CLYDE 161
ARMEL, MRS. DOROTHY 155
Armour, Keith 64,67
Arnett, Michael 65
Arsenal Clock 5
Arterberry, Lisa 27,44,72,99
Artillery Building 5
Askins, Karen 46 ,47,5 2,77
Atnip, Terri 48
Aubrey, Beth 44,48,63,64,67
Austin, Ruby 48
Auto Mechanics 78
Avery, Jard 84,88
AYERS, ROBERT 159
Baily, Charlee 48
Baird, Brenda 47
Baird. Kirby 143
Bales, Rayna 79
Ball, Valerie 48
Banks, Sylvester 85
Banta, Joy 77
BARBOUR, PAULA 72,160
Barker, Nikita 48
Barner, Barbara 48
Barner, Idella 149
Barnes, Theresa 44,48,67
Barr, Barbara 47,48
Barr, Patricia 47,76
BARRICKLOW, LEE l8,19,63,
Barringer, Larry 22
Bartlett, Alice 47,48
Bartley, Allen 48
Baseball, Varsity 143
Basham, Debra 77
Basler, John 48
BATTEY, MRS. WILMA 153
Bauerle, Tom 47,48
Baxton, Frances 42
BAYLESS, KENNETH 152
Beach, Michael 48,81 ,1 16
BEALL, HOWARD 161
Beard, Marylyn 149
Beard, Myra 92,93
Beasley, Dwayne 18,65
Beeker, Clara 44,48
Beeker, Lou 27
Beever, Gary 48
Bedgood, Tim 104
Begley, Connie l 11
Beich, Randy 18,60,62,63,66,75
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Bell, Carlos 159
Bell Choir 64,119
Bell, Gary 72
Bell, Greg 144
Bell, James 22,24,95,147
Belton, Linda 93
Benedict, Debbi 48
Bennett, Carol 32,33,77
Bennett, Mark 84
Bennett, Stella 115
Benningfield, Elizabeth 53
Benns, LouWanna 48,76,14l
BERGER, WILLIAM 161
Berry, Jan 13,l8,21,48,60,63,141
Berry, Jeff 48,72
Berry, Linda 44,48
Bess, Bertha 48
Beverly, Tony 143
Biggerstaff, Donna 47,48,7l
BINGHAM, DOROTHY 160,161
Bingham, Sharon 149
Blackwell, Russell 103,104
Blanchard, Charles 25,95
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Bleier, John 89
Bobbitt, Genita 76
Boggs, Cameron 43
Boggs, Rose 27,47,48
Bohlson, Robert 79,80
Bolbey, David 30
Bolden, Henrietta 44,93,l49
Bolton, Jamie 48
Bolton, Phylis 48
Bonner, LaTonya 27,48,63,72,77
Bonner, Willie 144
Boone, Dan 84,l42,l43,l8l
Booth, James 32,33,48,63
Borczak, Helen 48
Borisenko, Tom 146
Boss, Earl 161
Bottoms, Gary 48
Bottoms, Sharon 77
Boucher, David 47
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BOWERS, MRS. WINONA 158,
Bowling Team 107
Boyd, Anthony 47,89
Boyd, Carol 104
Braden, David 48,64,67
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Breland, Mark 22,24,95,l47
Brenson, Terri 68
Brenton, Julie 48
Brewer, David 95
Brewer, Joyce 48,76
Brewer, Willie 65
Bridgewater, Katherine 77
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Briles, Richard 48
Briley, Rick 114
Brimmage, Irving 143
BRINKER, NORMAN 161
Brinkley, John 22,48,144,l45,
Brinkley, Lolita 44,48,92,93,149
Brinkley, Robin 21
Brinkley, Vickie 48
Brinson, Delbert 107
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Brooks, Gregory 48,88
Brooks, Catheryne 155
Brown, Angie 48
Brown, Frank 48
Brown, Gino 95
Brown, Glenda 47,48
Brown, Jacqueline 138
BROWN, MRS. JOAN 158
Brown, Joe E.113
Brown, Joe K. 32,33,48,102,158
Brown, Joel W. 44,48
BROWN, JOSEPH R. 161
BROWN, MRS. KANDIS 61,63,
Brown, Michael 29,48
Brown, Roy 78
Brown, Ruby 54
Brown, Sharyn 113
Brown, Schelida 48
Brown, Sliclia 48
Brown, Shirely 48
Brown, Vickie 48
Brown, Willie 18,65
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Browne, Wynthia 46,48
Browning, Denise 46,59,7O,86
Browning, Lisa 83
Bruce, Bob 25,95
Bruce, Caron 9,77
Bruce, Tom 22,24,143
Bruder, William 67
Brucr, Dave 25
Brucr, Robin l8,48,59,63,66,67
Bryant. Frank 143
Bryant, Norma Sue 47,48
Buchanan, Martin 44
Buchanan, Thomas 48
Buckley, James 22,24,48,65,94,
BUCKLEY, MRS. LEATHA 158
Building Trades 84
Bull, Ronnie 48,84
Bull, Gary 27,48
BULTHAUP, ROBERT 161
Burgess, Victor 107,143
Burke, Diana C. 111
Burruss, Annette 59
Burt, Danny 79
Burton, Joe 28,118,143
Busic, Randy 155
Business Education 38
Bussey, Danny 100
Butche, Debbie 48
Butler, Amclda 48
Butler, Deborah 48
Butler, Donna 47,67
Butrum, Karen 77
Butten, Diane 46
Butts, Oliver 77
Byers, Jeweline 48
Byrd, Mike 85
Byrd, Wayman Jr. 85
Caldwell, Pauline 156,159
Callahan, Linda 76
Callahan, Mildred 48
Callahan, Nancy 48
Calvert, Deborah 47,100
Calvert, Rhonda 47,100
Cambcll, Dwayne 25
Cameron, Wilhelmena 26,46,48,
Cameron, Willie 65
Cannon Newspaper Staff 1 17
Cannon Yearbook Staff 116
Capps, Debbie 77
Carbin, Phillip l8,49,66,67,179
Career Center 161
Carlis, Maxine 93
Carr, Dennis 38
CARLOCK, MAHLON 153
Carr, David l8,49,62,63,64,66,67
Carr, Jim 44
Carruthers, Rose 43
Carson, Vicki 44,49,63,64,67
Carter, Cecilia 27,32,33,49,112,
Carter, Cindy 27,46,49
Carter, Gloria 104
CARTER, HELEN 158,161
Carter, Tony 49
Cartrette, Jina 49
Carver, Tony 42,74,89
CASSELL, MRS. VIRGINIA
Catlett, Larry 49
CATT, HOWARD 22,24,25,28,
Caulk, Lisa 49
CAVALLO, MRS. BARBARA
Cawer, Tony 49
CECIL, MICHAEL 22,24,25,l57
Cercle, Francais 72
CHADWICK, MRS. JANICE 155
Chalifoux, Debbie 26 ,49,72
Chalifoux, Vicki 26,49,105
Chaney, Bruce 61
Chapman, Mike 64,67,70
Chapman, Sheila 61 ,62,63
Chapman, Sherri 60,63
Chastain, Chris 60,62,63
Chatman, George 22,144,181
Cheatham, Michael 18,49,65 ,67
Cheatham, Minnie 76,141
Cheerleaders, Freshman 86
Cheerleaders, Reserve 86
Cheerleaders, Varsity 86
Chess Club 106
Childers, Katrina 59
Childs, Greg 103,104,111
Childs, Jerry 105
Chowing, Yolanda 49
Christ, Terry 79
CLAPP, MRS. MARGARET 158
Clark, Juanita 47
Clark, Jane 65
Clark, Jani 47
Clark, Ron 24,95
Clay, Robert 49,84
Clay ton, Clarence 24,95
Clegg, Mary 49,72
Clem, William 49
Clendening, Debbi 77
Clifford, Merceda 49-
CLINE, ERNEST 88,89,143,153
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Cline, Sheryle 43,47
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Coe, Jeffry 85
Coe, Kenneth 79
Carroll, Gloria 49 Ceffer, Darlene 49
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Cole, Carol 31,44
Cole, Cheryl 77
Coleman, Joe 32,74,84,106,l07
Coleman, Marna 31
Coleman, Orron 60
Coleman, Robin 143
Collins, Debbie 149
COLLINS, ROBERT 154.159,
Color Guard 105
Colvin, Kim 49
Commons, Frances 47,49
COMSQTOCK, MRS. DIANE 37,
Concert Band 65
Constantine, Renetta l8,20,l16
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Cook, Julia 76
Cook, Phill 148
Cooksey, Cindy 49
Cooksey, Dean 111
Cooksey, Joe 147
Coomer, Mike 25,89
Cooper, Cheryl 18,49,60,62,63,
Cooper, Lisa 26,31 ,66,68
Cooper, Tim 18,66
Cooney, Deleans 49
Cooperative Office Education
Conway, Edward 49
Cornforth, Diane 49,68,86
CORRADO, RITA 74,158,161
Coryell, Mary 77
Counceller, Cathy 42
Cousin, Kenith 95
Cousins, Kevin 24
Coward, Neil 25,102
Cox, Bill 30,44,49,61,146,147
Cox, Fannie 46,49,67,1 12,1 13
COX, MRS. FLORENCE 155
Cox, John 49
Cox, Joseph 47,49
Cox, Leonard 63,66
Cox, Vernon 32,33,49,1 13,114,
Crafton, Ruthie 44
Craig, Dwayne 25,95
CRAIG, MRS. FRANCIS 154
Crawford, Melinda 49
CREASER, MRS. LOUISE 155
Creech, Terry 47,103
Crocheron, Linda 49
CROOKE, ROBERT 161
Croom, Rosemary 77
Cross Country, Freshman 29
Crouch, Jerry 103
CRUSER, DAVID 161
Crouse, Steve 72
Cruz, Gus 79
Cruz, John 144
Cruz, Rose 46,49,59
CSIKY, MRS. LOIS 75
Cumberland, Theodore 49
CUMMINS, MRS. ANN 77,152,
Curtis, Sherriell 112
DABNER, PAMELA 68,159
DAILY, DONALD 42,151,161
DANHEISER, THOMAS 36,157
Darden, Marjorie 44.5 0,64,67,
DASS, MRS. ESTHER 158
Davenport, Byron 143
Davenport, Diana 42
Davenport, Richard 46
Davenport, Ronald 49
Davidson, Margaret 49
DAVIES, WILL 158
Davis, Cindy 27,46
Davis, Diane 49
Davis, Gary 30,26 ,49.64,67
Davis, Jim 89
Davis, Karen 107
Day, Katie 77
Davis, L'Tanya 44,49
Davis, Steve 49
Davis, Valerie 59
DAVIS, MRS. ZOEARLINE 153,
Davison, Barbara 49
Dawes, Connie 176
Day, Terrie l8,46,49,69
Day, Vickey 77
Deatrick, DcDe 110,115
Deatrick, Janet 44,49,6-4,67
DeBurger, Mike 49,l10,1 14,116
DeBurgcr, Robin 32,109,112,1l3,
1 14.1 15
Decker, Anna 47
Decker, Penny 49
Deloach, Bob 49
DEMMARY, KENT 107,159
Denkins, Sharon 44,61,62,63,70
Dennis, Richard 49
Deslauriers, Joe 80
Dicks, Mike 49
Dicson, Mike 78
Didion, Chris 49
Distributive Education 38,77
Dobbs, Sandra 49
Dodd, Wanda 47
Douglas, Steve 22,24,66
Dowdy, Pamela 68,107
Dowdy, Patricia 92
Drafting Department 81
Drass, Kathy 63
Drinnon, Dinah 65
Driver's Education 102
DuBecky, Robert 79
DUDKOWSKI, SAM 161
DuPriest, Allen 103,107,114,115
Durham, Brenda 49
Durham, Tracy 50
DURHAM, MRS. WILMA 155
Durnil, Theresa 44
DYKEMAN, RICHARD 159
Dyson, Mike 104
EADS, ELLEN 158
Eagleson, Walter 159
Earnest, Charles 25
EASTERLY, JAM ES 100,159
Eaton, Nancy 76,117
Edwards, Debbie 50
EDWARDS, MRS. FELISHA 158
Edwards, James 94
Edwards, Leland 50
Edwards, Norma 50
ELDER, LEON 158
Electrical Trades Department 82
ELLIOT, HAROLD 161
ELLIS, MRS. BETTY 159
Ellis, Gerald 85
Ellis, Mike 18
Ellis, Tim 24
Ellis, William 1 8,5 0,66
Elzy, Reggie 143
Engram, Dwayne 32,50,94
Espinoza, Isabelle 50,93
Espinoza, Olivia 50,72
Espinoza, Sylvia 50,72
Ethridge, Deborah 50
Eubanks, Pamela 50
Evans, Bryan 50
Evans, Cheryl 65
Evans, David Ray 50,107
Evans, Debbie l8,46,50,66,67
EVANS, EDWARD 65,160
Evans, Edward 75
Evans, Joe 79
Evans, Kathleen 160
Evans, Pamela 77
Evans, Sharon 67
Ewing, Charles 103
Fagan, Mike 22,50,144,146
Fairgrief, Julie 50
Farkas, George 180
Farley, Debra 76,141
FARLEY, JOHN 99,159
FARRELL, WILLIAM 74,159
Faulk, Jennifer 27,50,58,63,72
FEIEERT, MRS. JUDITH 158,
Felliigiiship of Christian Athletes
Ferguson, Jowana 46,50
Ferguson, Kim 18,21 ,32.44,46.
Ferris, Christina 77
Ferry, Steven 50
FIELDS, MRS. CYNTHIA 158
Fields, Karen 50
FIELDS, MRS. LOUISTINE 158
FINE, MRS. SERINE 73,160
FINNEY, MRS. KAREN 27,158.
First Battalion Staff 103
Flanigan, Steven 84
Flanigan, Tim 22,24,88,113.143
Fleetwood, Suzanne 44,47,50,72
Fleming, Jeffery 79
Fletcher, Charmaine 67,149
Fletcher, Reggie 22
Flores, Becky 77
Floyd, Rochelle 50
Floyd, Vicki 50
Foley, Basil 50
Foley, Theresa 50
FOLLIS, MRS. ALBERTA 154
Foor, Anita 50
French Club 72
Football, Freshman 25
Ford. Ann 50
Ford, Debbie 43,50
Ford, Gregory 50,95
Ford, Lorie Ann 50
Ford, Pam 54
FORD, ROBERT 158,161
Foster, Debra 50
Foster, Gina 46,5 0,59,75,86,1 13,
Fowlkes, Andrew 94,147
Fox, Steve 50,88,143
Fox, Ted 88
Frazier, Marlene 51
Franklin, Mark 65
Franklin, Teresa 50
Frantzeb, Kurt 50
Frazier, Troy 47,50
Freeman. Anson 61,50
Freeman. Bob 18
FREEMAN, JOYCE 158
Freeman, Randy 50
Freeman, Robert 50
Freeman. Tamara 149
Freeman, Tolla 50
Freeman. Toni 103,104
Freernont, Linda 47
FRYE. MRS. LOIS 158
Fuhr, Pete 106,141
Fuller, Tim 22,24,50,64,67,146
Garrison, Robert 143
Gambell, Tony 25
Gammons, Julian 18,65,67
Garland, Loretta 50
Garrett, Anthony 25
Garrison, Robert 143
Garten, Sue 50
Gartrell. Kevin 63
Gary, William 111
Gaskey, Linda 50
GEORGE, DAVE 88,89,l43,l58
German Club 72
Gertz, Melody 50
Gerucr, Tony 25
Gessncr, Sally 50,74
Gessner, Susan l8,2l,50,59,68,
Gibson, Alphonso 84
Gibson, Bonnie 50
Gibson, Floyd 164
Gibson, Judith 155
Gilbert, Curtis 111,147
Gilbert, George 144,181
Gill, Ronnie 84
Gill, Starlett 103
Gillard, Vesta 59
Gillman, Jerry 50
Gin, Sook Yee 72,98
Gipson, Octavia 50
Gir, Chcnk 44
Girls' Exhibition Team 104
Glenn, Curtis 65
Glenn, Eric 28,144,145
Glover, Faith 67
Glover, Mary Jane 50
Glover, Richard 158
Godsey, John 50
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Goergen, Pam 50
Goldsmith, Ernest 50
Golf Team 148
Goode, Becky 27,59,64,68,l 10,
l14,l 15,1l6,1 17,179
Goode, Robert 50
Goodman, Alice 77
GOODRUM, MRS. ALICE 32,33,
37,1 12,1 13,158
GORDON, JONATHON 153
Gore, John 24
Gowdy, Regina 50
Graam, William 65
Grabbe, Tammie 50
Graham, Christine 117
Graham, Debra 27,46,47,50,l1l
Graham. Dennis 143
Graham, DeWayne 143
Graham, Gerri 50
GRANEY, WILLIAM 153
Grant, Yvette 72
Graves, Kim 50
Graves, Lorraine 76
Graves, Tony 50
Gray, Linda 50
Grayson, Gail 77
Green, Anthony 22
Greene, Leslie 92,93
Greene, Michael 32,33,1l2,113,
Greene, Robert 50,63,66,67
Greenwell, Debbie 18,21 ,44,50,
Greer, Sherry 12,27,6 1 ,74
Grider, Steven 50
Griffin, Dale 50,143
Griffin, Dave 22,24,143
Griffin, Larry 22,24,88
Gross, Jack 84,148
Gross, Lisa 77
GROVE, MRS. SARA 155
Guard House 5
GUESS, MRS. MERCEDES 159
GUESS, WILLIAM 152,158
Gunn, Debra 50,73
Gunyon, Beth 50
Guyinn, Malinda 76
Gwinn, Rickey 29,50
Habacker, Kim 50
Hacker, Shelley 63,64,67,141
Hacker, William 66
Hackett, William 22
Haddock, Norma 50
I-lagedorn, Debbie 77
Hagen, Ed 18
HAHN, MRS. MARGARET 158
Hale, Cheryl 50,86
HALE, HESTER 152
Haley, Michelle 104
Haliburton, George 104
Haliburton, John 22,146
Hall, Dennis 144
Hall, Edna 50
Hall, John 159
Hall, Nathan 95
HALLAGAN, HARVEY 159
Halstead, Susie 27
HAMER, MRS. SARAH 153
Hamilton, Diana 27
HAMILTON, MRS. JUDITH 152,
HAMILTON, MARION 160
Hammer, Sherry 50,68,74,75
Hammer, Steve 25
Hammond, Cavin 80
Hammons, Debbie 46
Hampton, Detrick 41
Hampton, Tredye 50
Hanneman, Marianne 47,63
Hannemann, Sandy 47,50
Hannon, Ed 88
Hapner, Donald 18,50,66
Hapner, Nancy l8,47,50,65
Hapner, Linda 43
Harbin, Kim 63,64,74,76,86
HARDIMAN, EMMETT 158
HARDING, MRS. BEATRICE
Harding, Dina 104
Harding, Sue 77,103,104
Hardy, Marguerite 160
Harlan, Carol 50,67
Harlan, Carolyn 26,44,64
Harlan, Jay 50,112,113
Harmon, Sherry 26,27
Harney, Joe 95
Harp, Sandy 21,43
Harrell, Larry 103,104
Harris, Jesse 146
Harris, Marlon 44,l12,l13,1'43
Harris, Nathan 28,79,146
Harris, Tammy 50
Harrison, Patty 76
Hart, Roger l8,62,66
Hartle, Edwin 50,l06,l11,1 16
Hartsburg, Donna 77
Harvey, Thomas C. 18,44,50,61,
Harwell, David 26,32,33,72,100,
Harwell, Laureen 93
Hawkins, Debbie 50
Hawkins, Sheri 46
Hayes, Kathleen 50,75
Hayes, Tina 32,33,50,112
Hazelton, Rhonda 27,44
Heavrin, Daniel 103,104
Heaton, David 112,113
Heavrin, Glenna 51,65,1 17
Heavrin, James 50,104
Hebble, Janet 50
Heidelberger, Danny 50
HEINZ, MRS. PATRICIA 160
Helma, Greg 25
Henderson, Dale 25,95
HENDERSON, ORAL 161
Hendricks, Greg 84
Hendrickson, Robert 85
Henry, Brenda 76
Hensley, Diane 40,50
Henson, Camilla 50
Herald, Kathy 46,50
Hernandez, Terri 51
Herrera, Ernest 85
Herrera, Sam 22,74
Herron, James 81
Herron, Rick 107
Hicks, Alice 77
Hicks, Dennis 44,51,84
Hicks, Lisa 32
Hill, Jerry 22,32,144,145
Hickman, Janet 51
Hill, Eva 51,115
Hill, Greg 84
Hill, Jerry 84,144,145
HILL, LOUIS 158,161
HILL, MRS. ODESSA 156,160
Hill, Terri 27,51,59,115
HILLENBRAND, JEAN 158,161
Hof, Mark 51,116
Hoffman, Anita 51
HOFFMAN, MRS. MARILYN
Hoguc, Leslie 77
Hoke, Eddie 84
Hoke, Mark 51
Holden, Barbara 42,44,46,50,
Holden, Rita 51
Holder, Linda 51
Holland, George 95
Hollaway, Danny 51
Holloway, David 114,155
Holmes, Ellen 67
HOLMES, ERNEST 79,161
Holmes, John 84
Holmes, Paula 84
Holmes, Peter 51
Home Economics 41
HON, DAVID 99,159
Hone, Marcella 51
Hone, Susan 59
Hong, Alexandria 44,51 ,61 ,63,
Honors, Junior 44
Honors, Senior 141
Honors, Sophomore 44
Hood, Debbie 51
Hood, Robert 51,60
Hooks, Lawrence 22,24,143
Hooks, Mark 95
Hooks, Sharon 59,119
,-Ioolis, Kitty 77
Hopkins, Debbie 51
HORSTMAN, MRS. SHERRON
House Plan 43,161
Howard, Anthony 32
Howard, Frankie 73
HOWARD, GARLAN 159
Howard, Thomas 44
I-luber, Joe 63,67
Huff, Cathy 44,104
HUFF, MRS. GWENDOLYN 155
Huff, Rhonda 71,72,103,104
Huff, Teri 44
Hughes, Donna 27,51,71,72
Hughes, Karen 32,33,36,51,68,
Human Relations Council 75
Humphrey, Terri 84
Hunt, Rita 47,51
Hunter, Susan 111
HURRLE, JOHN 25,94,95,153,
Hurst, David 51
Hutchinson, Sherry 149
HYATT, MRS. CAROLYN 155
HYFIELD, MRS. JANET 155
HYLTON, CHARLES 161
Industrial Cooperative Training
Ingcls, Kathy 51,75
Ingersoll, Sue 65
Inman, Dale 43
Intensive Office Lab 38,77
IRELAND, RONALD 158
Irons, Margie 51
Isaacs, Debbie 51
Jacobs, Keenan 104
Jacks, Elizabeth 51
JACKSON, BURNEY 161
Jackson, Carolyn 51 ,60,149
Jackson, Charles H. 44,51 ,141
Jackson, David 65
Jackson, Kenneth 51
Jackson, Tonya 44,92
JACKSON, MRS. VIRGINIA 158
Jacobs, Kurtis 51
JAHNKE, SUSAN 93,159
James, Teresa 44,61,62,63,68,74
Jefferson, Charlene 51
Jeffries, Carla 51
Jennings, James 103
JOHNSON, ALICE 158
Johnson, Avery Jr. 47,89
Johnson, Barbara 51
Johnson, David T. 51,79
Johnson, Eda 92,93
Johnson, Eugene 94
Johnson, Fenton 8 3
Johnson, Jeff 5 1 ,61,66
TECH MATES FRONT ROW: Stephanie Rodrigus. Anna Taylor, Valerie BASKETBALL QUEENS Blanch Washington, freshman queeng Jackie
31cCray. Sherrie Hammer. SECOND ROW: Donna Teckenbrock. Marjorie McCall, senior queen and queen of queens, Susan Gessner,junior queen
Darden. Pam Dowdy, Darlene Litteral. Leisa Cooper. Valerie McCray, sophomore queen.
Johnson, J'oe 22
Johnson, Kenneth 51,84
Johnson, Larry 148
Johnson, Leroy 41
Johnson, Lori 46
Johnson, Richard 94
Johnson, Sammy 43
Johnson, Susan 67
Johnson, Vernita 51
Johnson, William 13,51 ,63
Jointer, Robert 51
Jolliffc, Norman 51,79
Jones, Anita 84
Jones, Anthony 51
Jones, Bernice 116,158
Jones, Carolyn 1 11
Jones, Gwen 51
Jones, Kathy 26,46,65,68,86
Jones, Nelda 38,46,77
Jones, Orville B. 65,103,111
Jones, Pam 84
Jones, Patricia 51
Jones, Ramona 51,77
Jones, Rita 84,104
Jones, Veota 40
Jordan, James 141
Jordan, Marie 26,44
Jordan, Theresa 65
Journey, Linda 51
Junior Council 68
Kalph, Karl 180
Karr, Richard 79
Keane, Karen 51
Keekcr, Kathy 52
Keithley, Carol 44,52,59,72
Keithley, Laura 77
Keithley, Robin l8,44,5 2,74
Keller, Cindy 52
Keller, Delisa 46,52,67,68,107,
KELLER, FRED 78,161
Keller, Kathy 52
Kelly, Bob 22,26,52,181
Kelly, Frank 9,22,144
KELLY, FREDERICK 119,153
Kendrick, Anthony 73,102
Kennedy, Benita 52,93
Kennedy, Valerie L. 44 73,92
Kent, Carol 52
KERN, JOHN 159
Kerr, Brenda 52
Key Club 26
KILGORE, MRS. SHIRLEY 155
Killebrew, Stephanie 92,149
KIMBERLIN, WILLIAM 159
Kimmons, Cecile 5 2
King, Alice 52,68,72,74
King, Anthony 83
KING, MARK 159
KIRSCH, ARTHUR 159
Kitcoff, John 22,24,5 2
Klippner, Bonnie 65,52
Knock-out Squad 104
KNUE, FRANCIS 22,24,1l0,
Kopinski, Joe 52
LaFara, Frank 32,33,52,110,112,
LAGADON, MRS. MARIE 72,160
Lair, Gordon 52
Lair, Ronald 60
LaLand, Kevin 79
Lamb, Glen 106,111
Lambert, Denny 77
Lampher, Ellen 52,84
Lancaster, Dorothea 76
Lane, Fred 36,73
Lane, Kathy 44
Lane, Kevin 52
Lane, Louis 52
LANGLOTZ, MRS. MILDRED
Lasley, Caron 18,27,5 2,65 ,7 2
Lasley, Curtis 27,71 ,72
Latin Club 73
Laughlin, Stuart 18,26,52,65,72,
Lawrence, David 79
Ledell, Joyce 46,5 2,77
LEE, MRS. BARBARA 153,159
Lee, Carol 52
Lee, Kenny 22,94,144
Lee, Teresa 59,67
Lee, Tom 94
Lee, Tony 25,95
Lee, Virginia 47,5 2,59
LEHMAN, ARNOLD 26,158,161
Levi, Cathy 52,71
Lewis, David K. 181
Lewis, David P. 44 ,5 2,61 ,63,74,
Lewis, Debbie 46,52,61,63,74,
LEWIS, JOHN 158
Lewis, Julie 12,18,20,62,63,64,
LEWIS, PAUL 12,180
Lewis, Steve 29,52
Lickliter, Sherry 5 2
Lickliter, Ronnie 52
Liford, Shellie 31
Linder, Robert 52
Line, Starla 47,5 2
Lingenfelter, Jerry 77
Linton, William 52
LITTELL, PATRICIA 155
Litteral, Darlene 18,26,46,66
Lockett, Mona 52
Long, Charles 25,111
Long, Linda 52,72,100
Long, Mike 30
Long, Teresa 44,52,72,100
Lorick, Jeff 25,95
Lorick, June 5 2,67
Love, Christopher 44
LOVELACE, CLIFTON 75,7 9,161
Lovett, Ron 52,94
LUGAR, MAYOR RICHARD
Lund, William 52,72
LUNDGREN, MRS. SHIRLEY
Lush, Anna 84
Lyall, Elizabeth 18,44,52,66,67,
Madden, Mike 148
Maddox, Victoria Ladeda 76
Madison, Debbie 52
Mahurin, Michael 52
MAILLARD, MARY 32,158
Major, Roschell 44,59,l1 1
MALIN, JOHN 118,158
Malloy, Mike 72
Malloy, Vic 116
MALONE, DAN 79,161
MALOY, ROBERT 158
MA1NIIgA, MRS. MARYLOU 92,
Mann, Louella 158
Marcum, Jaye 44,46,52,86
Marsh, Walter 155
Marshall, Carolyn 52,62,63,73,
Marshall, Marvin 104,105
MARSHALL, LEWIS 152
MARSHALL, REX 25,94,95,160
Marshall, Victor 82,106,114,115,
MARTHIN, MARY 119,159
Martin, Alfenia 65,113,116
Martin, Anny 149
Martin, Antonio, 181
Martin, Debra 59
Martin, Doreen l8,20,21,74,75,
MARTIN, ELLEN 158
Martin, Leon 155
Martin, Patty 77
MARTIN, WILLIE 22,159
Mason, Dwayne 22,24,68,74,146
Mason, Lloyd 24,147
Massa, Karen 52
Massie, Carol 77
Matthews, Susie 77
Mays, Debra 104
MCBRIDE, JUDITH 114,115,158
McCall, Brad 22,24,52,148
McCall, Jackie 18,21 ,26,47,5 1,1 77
McCampbe1l, Ida 46
McCarty, Lowell 161
McClung, Lisa 52,64,67
McClung, Mark 76
McCullough, Adrain 65
McCullough, Jessie 77
MCDANIEL, MRS. ANN 118
MCCUTCHEON, MRS. MARJOR-
McCray, Valerie 32,33,64,67,177
McCreay, Jackie 52
McDaniel, Marlyn 26,27,44
McDOWELL, EDWARD 22,88,
McDuffie, Majester 147
McElroy, Charlotte 40
McElroy, Lee Ann 52
McElroy, Mark 52
McFall, Albert 155
McGEATH, BRUCE 28,118,144,.
McGEATH, MRS. BRUCE 118
McGuire, Dennis 29
McGuire, Fran 52
McGuire, Pat 79
McGuire, Tim 52
McKay, Charles 25
McCay, Cornela 92
McKinney, Gayland 25,5 2,95
McKnight, Shirley 52
McMichael, Paul 89
McMILLAN, ANN 68,150
McNeal, Cindy 52
McNeely, Barbara 47
McNew, Valerie 86
McRoy, James 104
McVAY, MRS. CHERYL 158,
Meadors, Vickey 52
Means, Kevin 18,65
Meeks, Brian 75
MEISBERGER, NANCY 158
Mendenhall, Robert 52,111
Mendez, Jerome 52
Mertz, Barbara 52
Messengers, Attendance Office
Messengers, Counselors 47
Messengers, Health Office 47
Messer, Kathy 18
METCALF, DEWAINE 161
MEYER, ROBERT E. 52,l07,
Michaelis, Carl D. II l3,44,64,67,
Michaelis, Michelle 47,52,73,78,
Michell, Kevin 107
MIDDLEKAUFF, MRS. JOY-
Middleton, Donna 52
Middleton, Melody 31 .44,46
MIESSEN, FRED 161
Milburn, Lori 52
Miller, Alan 22
Miller, Augustine 52,59
Miller, Claressa 77
Miller, Debbie 44,52,176
Miller, Dennis 52
Miller, Francine 46
MILLER, MRS. FRANCOISE
Miller, Gary 95
Miller, Greg 22
MILLER, MAJOR E. JOYCE 160
Miller, Judy 52
Miller, Kathy l3,18,2O,2l,32,74,
Miller, Madison 146,147
Miller, Patrice 86
MILLER, SFC OLIVE 160
Miller, Richard 32,52,112,113
Miller, Shelia 52
Miller, Stephen 52
Miller, Thomas 78
1.liLler,3Tony 32,33,52,74,1 12,
Millican, Joyce 43
Mills, Linda 46
Mimms, David 44
MINDACH, MRS. JANE 154
Mindach, Rex A. 26,27,5 2,61 ,62,
MINER, JOHN 43,151,159,161
MINKS, STANLEY 114,158
Miracle, Mary 52
Mitchell, Glenn 95
Mitchum, Charles 52
Mobley, Angela 67
Montgomery, Lynette 26,52
Montgomery, Raymond 52
MOON, WILLIAM 63,160
Moore, Ann 26,27,52
Moore, Ben 12,26,52,79
Messengers, Library 47 Moore, David 46
TECH TITANS display their school spirit as they cheer the basketball team
to the City Championship.
Moore, Earl 22,46,94
Moore, Electra 72
Moore, Gary 25
Moore, Jorga 52
Moore, Leston 22,24
Moore, Rick 32,33,35,52,l14,
Moore, Sonya 52
MONTGOMERY, MRS. GENE
MOORE, MRS. MARIAN 41,160
Morford Helen 52
Morgan, Brenda 45,52,59,77,141
MORGAN, MRS. CHARLOTTE
Morgan, Pam 52
Morris, Gwen 52
Morrison, Lesa 31 ,5 2,61 ,62,63,
Morrow, Teresa 63
MORSE, MRS. THELMA 42,158
MORSE, WILLIAM 35,159
Mosley, Lewis 25
Mosley, Timothy 75
Moulder, Sharon 52,59
Mullins, Salvina 77
Mulkey, Terry 46
Murphy, Diane 77
MURPHY, WESLEY 44,159
Murray, Cindy 52
Murray, Gearld 32,84
Murray, Kerry 89
Murray, Patsy 52,76,141,149
Murry, Rhonda 149
MYNATT, JO ELLEN 160
Neal, Tony 52
Nielsen, James C. 79
NELMS, SGT. T. C. 155
Nelson, Barbara 112,113
Nelson, Ernest 18,66
Nelson, Fred 79
Nelson, Sue 52
Neffle, Tom 95
Newell, Elizabeth l8,59,66,67
Newman, Brad 25,52
Newman, Daryl 44,52,65
Newman, William 52
NICHOLSON, MRS. BARBARA
Nicholas, Gary 52
Nickson, Ida 42
Nixon, William 53,67
NOBLES, MRS. POLLY 42
NOBLES, RONALD 64,67,l60
Noel, Willie 103
Noerr, Sherry 47,86
North Central Association 1 18
North Central Evaluation Com-
Norwalk, Errol 147
Oates, Sheri 44
O'CCENNER, PATRICIA 72,93,
OHMIT, MRS. GWENDOLYN
OLDHAM, MRS. MERIAM 158,
Oliver, Bruce 89
Oliver, Claude 53,144,181
Oliver, Jackie 53,63
Oliver, Jeffrey 83
OLIVER, MSG WILLIE 104,160
O'Neil, Helen 92,93
O'Nei11, Vickie 18,31
Open House 63
ORTH, ROBERT 159,161
Osburn, Kevin 79
OSCARSON, PAUL 161
Outlaw, Penny 18,21 ,27,1 19
Overton, Samantha 61 ,63,64,
Owens, Minni 1 ll
Page, Kim 53
Page, Michael 53,79,146
Palimeno, Micki 47
Parish, Kathy 53,112,116
Parish, Paula 53
PARKER, ANNA 159
Parker, David 79
Parker, Donna 65
PARKER, MRS. MARJORIE
Parker, Paul 53
Parks, Bruce l 12
Parks, Vickie 27,5 3
PARRETT, SHARON 153
PARRETT, SHIRLEY 159
Parris, Chuck 53
Parsons, Wayne 160
Partenheimer, Suzan 63
Pate, Ron 81
Pattern Making 78
Patterson, Diane 93
Patterson, Kenny 78
Patton. Talmadge 89
Peavey, Deborah 53,107
Peavy, Dwight 107
PENCE, LEWIS 78,154,156,l61
Perkins, Doyle 77
Perkins, Jackie 53
Perry, Cornell 84
Person, Bridget 84
Pettigrew, Cathy 5 3,63
Phelan, David 25
Phemister, Lorena 160
PHILLIPPI, ANN 27,158,161
Phillips, Doris 46,53,67
Phillips, Joe 30,53
Physical Education Department
Physical Science 98
Physical Science Department 99
Pierce, Treasa 53
Piety, Amy 27,44,46,53,7l,72
Pillow, Bruce 32,33,1 12,113
Pitano, George 144
Pitts, Alvin 66
Platt, Barbara 53,77
Plummer, Lowael 25
Polimeno, Micki 53
Polin, Lesa 53
Polston, Randy 53
POOL, MRS. BERNADINE 155
POPE, MRS. MEDARA 158
Porter, Debra 59
Port1efaRandall 53,1 12,1 13,1 15,
Powell, Stevan 22,24,44,88,93
POTTER, MRS. MARGARETTE
POTTER, WALLACE R. 150
Powell, Darrell 78
Powell, Shirley 53
Poynter, Terrie 86
Prayer Circle 100
Preist, Craig 95
Price, Dawn 74,75
PRICE, WENDREL 160
Print Shop 80
Pritchard, Terry 25,74,95
Pryer, Tim 25
Pugh, Janet 53
Pugh, Thomas 79
Pulliam, Rosie Marce 53
Quarles, Leonza 89
Quinlan, Lester 88
Quinnette, Rick 53
Quingana, Libby 26,27,53,63,72,
Quintana, Maria 76
Quintana, Mickey 107
Quintana, Nickolus 27
Quirk, Warren 53,65
Rabb, Nathaniel 95,108,146
Rady, Jodi 76,141
Rady, Robert 46,107
Randle, Sheila 53,67
RANSOM, MRS. NATALIE 160
RAY, MRS. CAROLYN 154
Ray, Tim 148
Rebennack, Roger 22,24,53,143
Reck, LaDonna 32
Reck, Ruth 32,36,44,53,1 13
REED, RAY 119,150
Reeder, Judy 53,74
Reese, Tom 148
Remberton, Anthony 41
Rent, Charles 44,67
RENTSCHLER, DR. JAMES 119
Reuter, Jackie 103,104
Reynolds, Diana 44,53
Reynolds, Donna 53
Rhoads, Darcy 53,63
Rhorman, Melody 71
Rhymes, Jim 95
Rice, Nathan 63
Richardson, Glenn 155
Rickman, Sharon 93
RIDLEY, MRS. LOUISE 158
Rifle Team 104
Riggin, John 25
Riggs, Dale 161
RISING, DR. MOORE 111
ROBARDS, MRS. ELSIE 155
Robb, Nate 28
ROBBINS, MRS. GLORIA 155
ROBERTS, CRAIG E. 158,161
Roberts, Joy 44,53,65
ROBERTS, MRS. NANCY 158
Roberts, W. Douglas 79
Robertson, Jerry 24
Robertson, Mike 53
Robinson, Dan 147
Robinson, Donald 30,158
Robinson, Claudi 104
Robinson, Ermine 26,27,32,33,
53,100,l 12,1 14,1 16
Robinson, Ray 95
Robinson, Swansy 53
Rocks, Patricia 18,53,59,66
Rodrigues, Stephanie 32,33,98,
Rodrigues, Steve 22,94,141 ,146 ,
Rogers, Bobby 25
Rohrman, Melody 27,44,46,53,
Roots, Curtis 143
Roots, Shirley 53,71
ROSE, MRS. CARROL 160
Ross, Jeannine 53
ROTC Officers 103
ROWLAND, MRS. BETTY 116,
Rozzel, Deane 53,99
Rush, Cynthia 67
Russell, Darla 26,27,31,53
Russell, Richard 89
Rush, Mark 18,58
Rush, Mike 103
Rush, Paula 77
Russell, Debbie 53,76
RusseU, Eileen 47
Russell, Kevin 44
Russell, Robert 53
Rutledge, Mavonne 43
Saferight, Twela 53
Szmdlin, Martha 53
Sanford, David 47,53,106,l16
Sanford, Debra 44 ,47,53,63,1 1 1
SAO Skating Party 74
Savage, Billy 53
SCHNEIDER, KARL 151
SCHNEIDER, MRS. LOUISE 155
Schwartz, Mike 143
Scott, Eydie 76
Scott, Karen 111
Scott, Sandra 27
Scott, Steve 28,53,64,67,l44,l46
Seagraves, Bruce 32
Seals, Mathew 29,106
Seals, Sam 26,106,146
Sears, Reba 18,20,2l ,53
Sebastiane, Kenneth 53
Second Battalion Staff 103
Sedam, Ron 53
SEELYE, MRS. CORRINE 160
Senour, Kristi 18,44,65,66,68,
Senour, Shawn 44,53,l 11
Shaffer, Conzala 26
Shaffer, Hascall 79
SHAH, HAFIZE 158
QUILL AND SCROLL FRONT ROW: Barb Wooten, Doreen Martin, Kathy Miller, David Harwell. SECOND ROW
Lawrence Yarrell, Phillip Carbin, Becky Goode, Carolyn Marshall.
Turner, Debbie 102
Shampson, Wonder 74
SHATTUCK, MRS. JUDITH 58,
Shaw, Sheldon 106
Sherrod, Benito 72
Sherrod, Terri 67,72
Shinkle, Teresa 46,67
SHOCK, RICHARD 151
SHOEMAKER, MRS. DELSIE
SHOEMAKER, ITHEL 78,161
Sholar, Shelia 112
Sholar, Valerie 53
Short, Mark 44,53.l 06,141
Shotwell, Anita 53
Shotwell, Lisa 93
Shropshire, Debra 53,103,104
SIEDLECKI, WILLIAM 159
Simmons, Michael 53.65
Simmons, Sherlyn 59
Simon, Cathy 47,53
Simonton, Kevin 79,81
Simpkins, Derby 155
Simpson, John 53,60
Simpson, Robert Jr. 44,53
Sims, Doug 22,24,53,8l,94
Sinclair, David 53
SINGH, MRS. JATINDER 158
Slater, Dale 53,72,74
SLATON, LAR RY 42
Slatter, Marsha 63
SLOVER, MICHAEL l09,1l0,
SMITH, ALLEN 159
Smith, Andrew 22,24,88,143
Smith, Betty 53
SMITH, CLYDE JR. 159
Smith, Deborah 54
Smith, Debra 54
Smith, Donna 77
Smith, Duane 181
SMITH, EBERT 159,161
STEWART, JAMES E. 150
Stewart, Janie 54
STEWART, MRS. LaVERNE
Stewart, Pam 54,9 2,93
STEWART, WILLIAM 157,161
Stiffler, David 111
Stifiler, Denise 76
Stigler, Mike 64,102
Stinger, Charles 47,54,71,l16
Stinson, Dwight 54,72
Stinson, Lisa 46,54,66,67
STOCK, CYRIL 161
STOCKARD, ROBERT T. 150
Stoner, Robin 46,54
Storey, Vicki 59
STORMS, MRS. MARSHA 160
STOUT, MRS. DOROTHY 153
Stout, Kim 54,84
Stowers, Robert 67
Strickling, Robin 40
String Ensemble 64
Strode, Jannette 54
Strodes, Darryl 25
Strong, Willie 29
Stubbs, Christopher 29,147
Stubbs, Eric 72,146,147
Stubly, Christopher 46
Stuck, Bob 77
Student Affairs Organization 74
Suit, Judy 81
Sullivan, Kathy 44,54,72,l12,113,
SULLIVAN, SHEILA 21 .147,
Sumner, Stephen 26,117
Surber, Deanna 72
Surenkamp, Kathy 26 ,44,54,74,
SUTTON, MRS. NANCY 158
SWENSON, KERMIT 160
Sykes, Lovie 54,92,93,149
Symphonic Band 66
Tague, Michelle 31,72
TAKACS, JOHN 36,158
TATUM, WILLIAM 160
Taylor, James 47,54
Taylor, Jameszetta 46.93
Taylor, Ken 143
Taylor, Loren 65
Taylor, Mark 65
Taylor, Tracey 38,71
Taylor, Willie 103
Teater, Hilbert 143
Tech 300 161
Tech 300 Messengers 42
Teckenbroek, David 29
Tennant, Jerry 79,81,106
Tenner. Roselyn 79,81
Tennis, Boys 30
Tennis, Girls 31
TERRELL, ROY 159
Terrell, Sylvia 46,54
Terry, Bonnie 59
Tetrick, Bruce 107
Thacker, Debbie 27,46
Thiry, Lloyd 54
Truman, Debi 72
Tuck, Greg 144,145
Turner, Don 22,181
Turner, Landon 25,55,89
Turner, Patty 46,47,55
Turner, Vernice 55
TURNEY, BRUCE 159
TUSSEY, MRS. RITA 155
Tuttle, Brad 79
Twirling Corps 20
Ulsh, Alan 55
Ulsh, Neil 25
VAN DerMOORE, HERBERT
Van Horn, David 55,107
Van Horn, Kevin 55,107
Thomas, David 46
Thomas, Jack 25,89
Thomas, JoAnn 26,117
Thomas, Linda 40
Thomas, Loretta 68,86
Thomas, Martha 155
Thomas, Mike 32,33,54,6l,63,
72,74,l09,l 12,113.1 14.115,
Vanlandenham, Mary 55
Verhines, Aletha 59
Vocational Industrial Clubs of
Volleyball, Girls 92
Vollmer, William 104
Wachowiski, Jeff 55
Thomas, Tim 89
Thompson, Bonnie l8,20,21,26,
Thompson, Clarence 22,143
Thompson, Dana 46
THOMPSON, FRED 161
Wade, Roberta 18,44,55 ,61 ,63,
Wadell, Martin 55,72,73
Wages, Brian 55
Wagner, Ron 55,63,64,66,67
Wagner, Terri 63,66,67
Wakeman, Helen 55
Thompson, Herb 81
Thompson, Karal 54
Thompson, Kyle 13,l8,20,2l,54,
Thompson, Melody 54
Thompson, Phyllis 44
Thompson, Wonder 46,54
Thurman, Richard 54,79
TINCHER, JOHN Ill, 161
Tom, Jeff 54
Tom, Jennifer 46,55
Track, Girls 149
Walden, Vanessa 84
Walker, Diann 55
Walker, Dwayne 25
Walker, Eric 104
WALKER, MRS. MADORA 158
WALKER, TOM 155
Wallace, Cheri 55
Wallace, Connie 42
Wallace, Mike 84
Wallace, Paula 176
WALTER, CHARLES 158
Warner, April 55
, Jerry 155
Irie L. 44
Smith, Mary 54
, Marvin 89
, Mattie 54
Smith, Merle 72
SMITH, MERRILL 155
Smith, Michael 54
Smith, Patricia 54
Smith, Peggy D. 32,44,54,112,
Smith, Peggy J. 45,141
Smith, Robert 161
Smith, Stanley 106
Smith, Steven 22,159
Smith, Timothy 44,54
Smith, Vivian 86
Smith, William A. 54
Smock, Debbie 54
Smock, Glen 146
Snow, Debbie 54
SNOW, MRS. JANE 160
SOWERS, BILL 155
Spal, Shiela 39
Spanish Club 72
Taube, Barbara 26,27,3l ,44,54,
Taube, Kathryn 26,27,54,58,
Taylor, Antoni l8,54,63,66,67
Taylor, Autum l8,54,59,65
Taylor, Cindy 54
Taylor, Debbie 54,77
Taylor, Glenda 47,84
Taylor, Gwen 54
Track, Varsity 144
TREMP, WILLIAM 161
TRESSLAR, CECIL T. 116,117,
Trice, Gloria 40
Trittipo, Marjorie 26
Trittipo, Salinda 44,55 ,72,73
Trotter, Charlene 104
Trotter, James 28,147
TOBROCKE, FLOYD 153
Warner, Hugh 24
Warren, Monty 72
Warren, Tracy 18,63,66,67
Washington, Blanche 86,177
WASHINGTON, MRS. EMMA-
Washington, Vanessa 55
Waters, Gene 104
Waters, Janice 55,65
Watkins, Robert 146
Spanish-American War 5
Sparkman, Stephanie 54
Spears, Betty 54,76
STAFFORD, MRS. RUTH 160,
Stafford, Tina 54
Stage Band 63,118
Stagecraft Crew 84
Stamps, Georgetta 59,75 ,149
STANLEY, DAN 160
Stanley, Patsy 54
Starks, Pam 54
Steele, Janet 63
Steele, Terri 75
Stevenson, Serita 54,59,86
Stewart, Bart 54
MAYOR RICHARD LUGAR presents the 1975 City Title to Howard Catt, athletic director, as a few
important school officials look on. Mr. Catt, Karl Kalp, Mayor Lugar, Paul E. Lewis, George Farkas
Watson, David K. 47,84
Watson, Debbie 55
Watson, Dennis J. 81
Watson, Lonnie 116
Watson, Wayne 55,63
Wayman, Craig 55
Weaver, Pam 55
Weaver, Phillip 103,104
Webb, Eddie 143
Webb, Karen 46
Webb, Michael 29
Weber, Beth 47,55
Wehr, Lisa 46
Weiglein, Sherry 63
Wells, Rosa 55,77
West, Barbara 55
West, Cora 55
West, Michael 55,105
West, Norma 55
West Residence 5
Wester, Susan 59,66
WHALIN, WARD M. 151
Wharton, Angela 86
WHEELER, WILLIAM 158
Whisman, Robin 144
Whide, Dave 25
Whisman, Robin 144
White, Donna 32,33,44,47,55,
White, Mary 47,55
White, Steve 102
White, Terry 43
Whitcliff, Linda 63
Whitfield, Brian 94,95
Whitfield, Francine 26,44
Whitfield, Lance 103 ,104
Whitfield, Lois 26 ,32,55,59,68,
Whitfield, Mark 22,24
WHITESELL, HENRY 31,158
Whitmer, David 79
Whitney, Jackie 18,55,66,77,141
Whitney, Phyliss 76
Wiggington, Dave 103
Wilburn, Janet 72
Wildrick, Donna 55
Vlhldrick, Julie 55,59
Wiley, Beth 44,55,60,73,112,113
Wiley, Joe 55,72
Wiley, Ruth 32
Williams, Belinda 149
Williams, Cleo 143
Williams, Denise 32
Williams, Don 79
Williams, Henry 22
Williams, James 25
Williams, Jeff 55,72
Williams, Joe 55
Williams, Julie 55
Williams, Kasandra 1 11
Williams, Kenneth 111,116,147
Williams, Linda 47
Williams, Marianne 27
Williams, Mark l8,55,66
Williams, Rhonda 43
Williams, Ruth 47
Williams, Sharon 112,113
Williams, Star 55
Williams, Steve 39
Williams, Sylvia 55
Williams, Victor 111
Williams, Vivian 92,93
Wllis, Daniel Lee 55
Willis, Mark 55
Willis, Steve 55,79
Wilson, Alan 72
Wilson, Bobby 55
WILSON, MRS. ELIZABETH
Wilson, Gaye 55
Wilson, James 72
Wilson, Kaye 55
Wilsoai, Pat 26,31,55,92,93,103,
Wilson, Rick 55,103,l04,106,l16
Wilson, Terry 55
Wilson, Tyrone 25,55
Wise, Vivian 55
Witmer, Robert 79
Witsman, Brad 29,55,60,l10,116,
Williams, Cleo 143
Wolfe, Barbara 77
Wolfe. Luangela 63 ,
WOODARD, ROBERT 22,144,
Woodcock, Robin 143
Woods, Delphine 26,53
WOODS, MORRIS 84,161
Woods, Tony 25,95
Woods, Tracie l8,55,66,73,74
WOOLFORD, MRS. MARY 160
Wooten, Barba 26,27,55,59,75,
Wrenn, Steve 105
Wright, John 55
Wright, Leslie 158
Wright, Mary 55
Wyss, Sophia 77
Wythe, David 95
YARBOR, THERESA 32
Yarrell, Larry 4,9,6l,62,63,116,
York, Bab 31,76
Young Carol 44
Young, Flora 68
Zavada, Larry 84
FUTURE EDUCATORS OF AMERICA Cformerly SAEJ hold a
committee meeting. Janice Waters, Charlotte Dimmitt, Phyllis New-
ton, Debbie Sanford, David Harwell. CStory on p. 455
PERSONNEL: John Parks, vice-principal
of student personnel, Patricia Wilson,
vice-principal of teacher personnel, Kim
Harbin, director of Career Center, Duane
Smith, assistant director of Career Cen-
ter, Gary Davis, vice-principal of curri-
culum, Kathy Miller, director of publi-
cations, Victor Marshall, director of
buildings and grounds, Robert Lawrence,
director of guidance, Donna Butler, di-
rector of audio-visual, Carl Michaelis,
vice-principal of Adult Education Divi-
sion, Peggy J. Smith, House Plan leader,
Renita Prevot, director of Tech 300.
Also pictured, adult counterparts.
Old fashioned steel engrav-
ings in this book were re-
produced from the WATER
CURE JOURNAL of 1853
from Harper's sixth, sev-
enth and eighth readers,
published 1872, and alman-
acs of the period.
N 55 61 62 63 FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES-Front Row: Johnny Sykes, John Brinkley, George Gilbert, Steve
ancfm f ' r Rodrigues, Danny Boone, Claude Oliver, Ernie Cline, sponsor. SECOND ROW: George Chatman, Don Turner, Dave
Lewis, Antoruo Martin, Bob Kelly, Greg Barnett, Duane Smith.
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Each of us stands for his own beliefs, . '
I But all of us stand for our historic and powerful school. 4 ,
V' i' For it shall prepare us all for the future, ii
' ' No matter what it shall contain, we will face it with faith. '
Within this school alone we have faced sorrow and happiness,
fri. , Life and death, victory and defeat, and all the expectations they may contain.
., It has tauht us to love one another and listen to others,
And above all, has prepared us for life.
3 Some of us have more years to realize this,
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, No matter how many or how few, the facts are hidden and there to be found. X
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