Benson Polytechnic High School - BluePrint Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1973

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Tech Pep Covers Benson Scene The 1972 Tech Pep staff. under the very able instruction of Mr. Cartales, produced sixteen issues of informative reading for Benson's students. Staff members proved their reporting skills by accurately covering every aspect of the school year, including athletics, assemblies, and student activities. Benson's student paper has the distinction of being the only one in the Portland area actually printed by the students themselves. This chore is handled by the Benson print shop. The four page, single sheet publication was divided into four sections. Page one was devoted to school news and was edited by Tom Wolfe, page two was for editorials and was edited by Mark Palodichuk, Stan Snyder and John Schell handled page three which was used for selected features, and the fourth and final page was dedicated to sports, it was edited by Mike Thomas. Along with business manager John Strohecker. photography manager Mike O'Brian, and the numerous writers and reporters, head editor Frank Biehl made the 1972-73 Tech Pep one of Benson's finest. RIGHT: Sophomore Jim McCausIand gets ready to type up an article. FAR UPPER RIGHT: Tom Wolfe and John Strohecker are interviewed by two David Douglas girls for a story that was run in the David Douglas paper. FAR LOWER RIGHT: Junior Joe McGuire rereads one of his many Tech Pep articles. CENTER RIGHT: Sports page editor Mike Thomas takes time out from reviewing another school's publication. BELOW: Journalism advisor Mr. Cartales points out the importance of meeting deadlines on time. STAFF BOX Editor: Frank Biehl Associate Editors: Joe McGuire, Tom Wolfe, Mark Palodichuk, John Schell, Mike Thomas. Business Manager: John Strohecker Photography Manager: Mike O'Brien Advisor: Harry Cartales Reporters: Dan Bell. Dave Brown, Brent Davis, Curt Foley, Jim McCausland, Steve Morisky, Matthew Neal, Ray Smith. John Snyder, Jeff Stobie, John Weber, Gary Wohlers, lan Wolfe.



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49er Successful The Benson Tech 49er was two words, a success. Booths set up by the various clubs and organizations of the school drew thousands of people. These booths sold pies, cake. candy. banners, buttons, books and, literally. hundreds of useful and useless items. Some booths featured dart throwing, others. dime and penny tosses. The Aardvarks had their usual highlight of computer programs and digital machinery. The most unusual and original was the lcthus room put up by youth believers in Christ. They featured a black light filled room complete with black light posters and a variety of singers. The stage show did its part by filling the 1,860 seat auditorium to capacity plus. The performance included talent from all over the city and also Benson's own Glee club, and concert band. RIGHT: There's all sorts of goodies at this table, one ofthe many booths in the main wing. MIDDLE: Monica Lester, of Monroe High, lays some soul into "You've lost that lov'in feeling." FAR RIGHT: "That will be a dime!" Bob Bachman attempts a threat as Merlyn Stratford lays it on the line in the Glee club's booth. BELOW RIGHT: An appreciative audience listens to one of the performers during the stage show. BELOW: Composer, singer Robert Bailey accompanies his brother and sister. Jodell and Ora, in a Junior Robert Bailey original.

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