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What's new? Construction.
Returning to school in September, pupils
noticed the Portable was missing, they had
to find their way through a maze between
Woodruff and campus, the sidewalk north
of the cafeteria had been moved and nar-
rowed, fences had risen across campus,
and the student parking lot was on the
other side of Oriental.
Along with this, big yellow monsters,
commonly known as bulldozers, had
moved in, fences, foundations and the
resemblances of buildings had sprouted.
ln about another year Tech will have
grown to 15 buildings. Along with the
buildings will come dressing rooms, stage
craft classes, a first aid office, lecture
rooms, and reflecting ceiling panels in the
The Girls' Gymnasium!Natatorium will
house a swimming pool, laundry center,
and two volleyball courts.
ln the Instructional Media Center there
will be a new bookstore, a lobby, a com-
puter seminar, and a new library, with
reflecting panels as a special feature.
The Boys' Gymnasium will be ready for
action with new lockers and showers
installed. The old Girls' Gymnasium will
become a career center with a beauty
shop, a barber shop, laundry and dry
cleaning labs, and lecture rooms.
lf you think this is a lot, it's only a partial
Techites, be patient because you have
about another year to wait.
Page 12 text:
Homecoming commemorates Bicentennial
The night of September 26 was a night
of victory and defeat. lt was the night of
Homecoming when Varsity Football Team
fought it out with Chatard, Tech Marching
Band presented musical numbers, the sen-
ior roll rooms competed in the float con-
test, and a Homecoming queen was cho-
sen. Also roll room officers were
announced and Key Club presented a fire-
All was not well at half time as Chatard
led the game 20-0. As the whistle was
blown, Tech Marching Band sounded off
with Holtz March, Whiplash, When Johnny
Gets Blue, and the Tech Student.
Next the i975 Homecoming floats
rolled out on the field with queen candi-
dates aboard. Leading the floats was Roll
Room l9O with their float which was a
covered wagon. Second in line was Roll
Room 153 with a cake and candles for the
birthday of America. Third was Roll Room
6 with a rocket and the Statue of Liberty.
After 6 was Roll Room 7 with an eight-foot
eagle representing the national bird and a
cannon, a marker of the Revolutionary
War. Second to last was 400, the winner
of the contest, with a float representing the
heritage of America. Last was 648 with a
covered wagon and live horses.
After the floats the Homecoming queen
was crowned. The candidates included
Terry Dawson, Gaye Wilson, Delores
Reed, Kathy Ingles, Jackie Maxwell, and
Diane Cornforth. The Homecoming queen
was Jackie Maxwell of Roll Room 7.
Next fireworks were presented by Key
Club. And after halftime activities the foot-
ball game went resulting in our loss 26-0.
Other wise the night was filled with ioy.
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