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Tech Show . . .
The Stage Show produced selections of American
music, from traditional songs like "Hurrah for the Red,
White and Blue", to modern popular music. Appearances
were made by the Benson Gleemen5 the Benson Band5
Greg Shook 1121 and Rick Nelson 11215 Mike Benton 11215
Richard Weidlich 11115 and Jon Peterson 1111, Mark Mad-
den 191, Mike Jodoin1111,DarrylCuda1121, and David Ber-
Ticket Sales Winners
Pick Up Prizes
Attendance at the 1976 Tech Show was up from 1975,
due to an increase in ticket sales. The top seller was Jerry
Landis 1121, who sold 850 tickets to win a 1965 red
Oldsmobile. Class winners were David Johnson 1121, 115
tickets5 Stan Hill 1111, 102 ticketsg Robin Eng 1101, 758
tickets5 and Keith Bottcher 191, 87 tickets. Other individual
winners, who became eligible for prizes by selling 10 or
more tickets, included Bill Chin 11115 Ron Calgagno1915
Walt Chambers 11015 Dwayne Canham 11015 Mark Rose 1915
Tom Hicks 11215 Dave Repp 11015 Scot Brabham 1915 Jay
Schmidt 11015 Mike Aose 1915 Mark Moxley 11015 Neal Dietz
1915 Steve Mensing 1915 Steve Sonk 1915 Mitch Stephenson
11015 Kern Borunda1I115 Bill King 11115 Doug Mounce 11015
Craig l.eTang 1915 Robert Bartholomew 1915 Jeff Luloy 11115
David Rose 1915 Doug Norton 11115 Tony Gilmore 11115 Jon
Miller 11 115 and David Tallman 1111.
FAR LEFT BELOW: Seniors carry on varied experiments in
chemistry. FAR LEFT MIDDLE: Individuals from brass section com-
bine on several songs. FAR LEFT ABOVE: Mr. Roger Hanson leads
Ambassadors on selections from patriotic songs. MIDDLE LEFT
ABOVE: Exhibit of flags made in foundry. MIDDLE LEFT: Vista Jelks
1111 poses alongside 1976 Cadillac Seville which was displayed
by Lew Williams Cadillac. MIDDLE LEFT BELOW: Steve Spear 1111
helps students operate computer games in Math Center. LEFT:
Mr. Tom Triplett calls out name during ticket sales assembly held
in Social Room. CENTER: View of students waiting for drawing of
names. ABOVE: Winners of ticket sale prizes.
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In Transportation Scene
The return of the skateboard was felt this year as
students found their way to and from school. Many styles
of skateboards appeared, and metal and wood styles from
a few years back were replaced by plastic.
Bicycle riders fluctuated in numbers according to the
weather conditionsg the bike alley between the foundry
wing and C-wing was used once again to keep bicycles
safe from theft. Motorcycle riders diminished in l975-76.
Some cyclists began to use cars rather than their bikes.
Construction of the Portland Mall in downtown Portland
on S.W. 5th and oth streets began in November, and bus
lines were moved from 4th and 5th streets to oth street
alone. This made bus transportation more efficient and
faster. S.W. 5th was closed to construction.
ABOVE: View of S.W, 5th and Washington Streets. Construction
for the Portland Mall forced closure of 5th street. LEFT: When the
sun came out, so did the many bicyclists. Finding a slot in the
bicycle racks took some time. BELOW: Instead of riding the bus or
riding o bicycle to school, Tom Gibbons il IJ now uses o better
way. Finding a parking slot is the only problem Tom encounters.
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