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Warm breezes beckon students Disregarding the blistering summer sun, Ripple students spread to the far corners in search of fun ways to spend their time. While work was not high on the list of enjoyable summer activities, making money to finance summer trips, clothes or cars made working the smart thing to do. Other students found their extended vacation a good time to sleep, stay out until all hours, diet, visit the State Fair with friends, or learn who was cheating A STEP UP . . . Amid the grandeur of white marble pillars, Eric Roth poses on the steps of the Capitol Building where he spent his summer as a page to Congressman Andy Jacobs, Jr. on whom in their favorite soap. For Ripplites who sought educational experiences, colleges such as I.S.U., I.U., Wabash and Ball State provided an opportunity to learn new skills, meet people and get a smattering of college life. However varied their lifestyles, students came together on the view that summer was a vacation worth waiting for. FOREST FEAST . . . Members of Golden Singers race to load their plates with such goodies as baked beans, cold cuts and chips and dip at their annual potluck picnic at Turkey Run State Park, June 2, 1979.
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LIKE A GOOD NEIGHBOR . . . Volunteering his services for a community project, Jonathan Chumley sells tickets to the Old Northside Victorian Home Tour, part of Indy ' s downtown renovation. RED RACER . , . Mentally preparing himself for a grueling race, a driver waits in the pit for the go signal from his crew at Indy ' s Raceway Park. UP, UP AND AWAY ... A clear blue sky for their backdrop, spectators and well-wishers gather at the launching of balloons at the State Fair Balloon Race, just one of the activities at the fair. 10 Summer
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Thespians strive for uniqueness What do dirty brown hushpuppies, burnt sofas and royal blue T-shirts with big blue " G ' s " have in common? They were just a few of the unusual items that went into the production of the 1979 Thespian play, " God ' s Favorite. " The Neil Simon comedy about a rich New Yorker ' s test of faith posed special technical problems for both cast and crew. The crew designed and built two sets; one resembled a posh, suburban mansion and the other a burned room. The costume crew of " God ' s Favorite " had their work cut out for them. Each of the eight performers required three changes of clothes and the last set of clothes needed to be burned and blackened with chalk. After countless trips to Goodwill, K-Mart and " ASTOUNDING " . . . The Benjamin twins stare incredulously at their father after learning the prowler got in through the balcony door. the Indiana Repertory Theatre, the crew eventually came up with the needed costumes. Over 100 students participated in the 1979 Ripples Acts. There were three acts and each was written and directed by students. " Ready, Aimes, Fire " featured Aimes Bond (Brett Foster) in an adventure in Heaven. " Ledipus " , which won the best act, took a new look at the classic play " Oedipus " . " Hairnet " , the third act took its theme from the old television series Dragnet. The combined efforts of the casts and crews came together throughout the spring, resultings in productions that carried across their uniqueness to the audience. ATHLETES FOOT. HEMORRHOIDS AND GOUT " . . . Sidney Lipton (Alan Bouwlcamp) reads Joe Benjamin (Jay Booth) a list of ailments that will come to him as a test of his faith in God. 12 Spring Productions
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