Broad Ripple High School - Riparian Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1980

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on the Roof, " both remained popular. Travolta and Zero Mostel possessed some qualities that made people enjoy their performances more each time. Dustin Hoffman, who had no singing ability, displayed his talent in " All the President ' s Men " and " Kramer vs. Kramer. " Americans ' overwhelmingly favorite actor, Burt Reynolds, seemed to have a special quality in " Smokey and the Bandit, " " The Longest Yard " and " Starting Over. " Jane Fonda and her controversial movies were always remembered. The biggest hits often were unexpected, like " Breaking Away, " " The Jerk, " " Life of Brian " and " Up in Smoke. " Why students choose to see one film over and over instead of seeing new films was an interesting phenomenon, which, to be understood, required a closer look at the movies and their audiences. Iff A ?I ft Eugina Shaw, Natalie Shaw, Sandra Sherard, Alesia Slaughter, Charles Smith, Dorris Smith, Jenna Smith, Tracy Smith William Smith, Bonita Spradley, Chairmain Spradley, Luke Steward, Monica Steward, William Stratton, Sherri Tate, Walter Tatyor William Thomas, Marcellus Thompson, Richard Thompson, Joseph Toles, Timmothy Toles, Monica Torrence, Gary Trabue, Kevin Tracy Janet Traylor, Lome Tuggle, Kathy Turientine, Scott Updike, Pamela Watts, Mark Waycott, Lisa Welcher, Diane Williams James Williams, Jimmie Williams, John Williams, Pamela Williams, Robert Williams, Tammi Williams, Carla Wilson, Marigail Winn Maurice Womack, Kimberly Woodruff, Gina Woods, Caira Wyman Juniors 1 19

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Lights go out, worlds of past, future seen by students The lights go out, the room becomes silent as the audience is teleported to another world where cowboys ride horses, and villians escape in spaceships. The movie can be anytime, anywhere and about anything. Everyone had his favorite and least favorite, but some films seem to have possessed people and consequently were seen three, five and even ten times. What kind of films brought out such loyalty? There were adventure films with comic book heroes, success stories about underdogs and musicals with catchy tunes. There were also horror stories with invincible creatures and comedies that made people laugh and serious films about life. Hundreds of students saw classics like " Wizard of Oz, " " Sound of Music, " and " The Love Bug " as children with parents, and still ten years later had fond memories of the films they saw over and over. Other students remember seeing Alfred Hitchcock films on TV and running out of the room every time " Psycho " was on. Horror films fascinated students who enjoyed every monster and its eventual demise because it was more convincing each time. " Halloween, " " Amityville Horror " and " Jaws " were fixed into countless minds. The number of nightmares caused by these films may never be known, but the estimates run in the millions. Love stories held perennial popularity with macho actors and sexy actresses often in the leads. " Brian ' s Song " always brought out the tears when featured on TV as did " Love Story " at the movie theaters. Teenage girls went back again to see Kris Kristofferson in " A Star is Born, " and his co-star, Barbra Streisand in " The way We Were. " Boys seemed to prefer the amorous adventures of James Bonds, Roger Moore and Sean Connery in " Live and Let Die, " and " The Spy Who Loved Me " Hero worship might have been the reason for the success of " Superman, " " Rocky 1 and 2 " and " Star Trek. " However general enthusiasm and often frantic following of these films were often for various reasons. The witticism of Han Solo impressed some, while others prefered the mechanical voice of R2D2. People envisioned themselves to be Captain Kirk, but Mr . Spock was the favorite of most Trekies. " Saturday Night Fever " and " Fiddler Victor McNeal, Marc McQueen, Lavonda Mitchell, Greg Mitchell, Michelle Mitchell, Mark Moeller, Paul Moore, Dania Morns John Morns, Kirk Moss, Regina Moss, Christophe Murray, Lori Nelson, Marvell Newson, Kim Nichols, Revette Osborn Yvette Owsley, John Panyard, Joseph Panyard, Irene Patton, Patricia Pentecost, Laronda Pepper, Jeffery Perkins, Peter Perkins Derrick Perry, Ronald Phillips, Alvin Pierce, Lenita Poindexter, Gary Pope, Twana Posley, Camille Powell, Theresa Rabin Tracie Ramos, Peter Ramsey, Trudy Ranelin, Debra Reed, Keith Reed, Sandra Reed, Cindi Reeves, Jamie Reid Deann Rivers, Patrick Robinson, Jeltery Robinson, Stephani Robinson, Ruth Roettger, Denise Roney, Lisa Rossell, Lester Rush Martha Sallee, Michele Salyers, Evelyn Sanders, Laura Searles, Debbie Seawood, Susan Shank, David Sharpley : .ss$$© $ £SAEjg £iK 11 8 Juniors



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§CPHCMCM§ Daring students explore dangerous fantasy worlds Imagine yourself embarking on an adventure with some friends to a dungeon about which you ' ve heard strange and interesting rumors. Your goal is to seek out and recover all the treasure which is supposedly hidden in the deep, dark and mildewy passages of the dungeons deepest depths. You have prepared yourself in order to have a chance of surviving the conseguences of the encounter. It is rumored that inside the dungeon is a menagerie of hostile and very dangerous monsters. As you go down the steps leading to the lower depths of the dungeon it becomes very dark and musty. You can barely see a foot in front of your face without a light. The passage you have entered is only about three feet wide and five feet high. Up ahead, about 30 feet in front of you, you see a door with strange markings all over it. A golden glow seems to be radiating out from the crack between the door and the cold stone floor. As you approach the door, there seems to be some type of groaning sounds coming from within the room. When you finally reach the door you find that it is very hard to open because it is about ten feet high and five feet wide, made of solid oak. After about 1 Bw r tX LJ wy ' B ' mmm four kicks, though, the door comes swinging open and the sight which you behold almost blinds you. Inside the room there is a giant dragon sitting on top of an enormous pile of gold and jewels of unestimable beauty and value. You have a guick decision to make; will you turn tail and run; or will you stay and fight the dragon. If you turn tail and run you will almost surely get away, but if you stay and fight the dragon, what happens is left to luck of the dice. Supernatural fantasies like these are acted out almost every day by Ripple students. These students have discovered the magical world of Dungeons and Dragons. Dungeons and Dragons is a game which lets you create a character who will act out such fantasies for you. Your character is created with certain attributes which include strength, intelligence, wisdom, dexterity, constitution and charisma. Three six-sided dice are rolled to determine these. A character chooses one of four occupations: a fighter, a magic user, a thief or a cleric. Magic users can use spells, thieves are good at picking pockets. Clerics can heal wounds, and fighters are better adapted for all kinds of combat. Once your character decides what he ' ll be, he choses an alignment. He can be good or evil, chaotic or lawful. Sometimes one gets so engrossed in the game that he thinks he actually takes the form of the character and is really fighting in the battles. Dungeons and Dragons is an unusual game due to the fact that no one ever " wins " . Just like in real life you can build a character up to be rich and powerful and retire in glorious splendor. Matthew Albean, Kim Alexander, Mark Alexander, Chris Anderson Susan Appel, Keith Arthur, Andrew Austin Jacqueline Baker, Danny Beaman, Joseph Beiloumy, Sharon Bell, Anna Bennett, Melissa Bennett, Anthony Bigsbee, George Black Edward Blaine, Mary B. Blome, Sandra Bostic, Brian Bndgeforth, Patsy Briscoe, Patty Brisco, Juan Brown, Lynette Brown Margie Brown, Charles Bryant, Margie Bullock, Michael Bullock, Deanna Burge, Lisa Burris, Valerie Bush, Millard Campbell Jennifer Caress, Bobby Carter, Edward Carter, Shelley Carter, Anthony Chapman, John Chastain, Paul Cheshire, Harry Coleman A© 1 20 Sophomores

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