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CONGRATULATIONS " ... Ric Dorsey receives the Best Supporting Actor Award for his performance in the 1979 Ripples Acts. Presenting the award are Mrs. Doris Young, Mr. Michael Hendren, Diana Elrod and Tony Stone. " MY PRECIOUS JEWELS " . . . Appalled at the thought of a burgler in her house, Rose Benjamin (Helen Stotler) clutches at her jewel box possessively. GRACEFUL BALLERINA . . . Dancing to a tragic melody, Joe Saturday (Rob McKay) mocks the sorrow expressed by Widow Black in a song. " THERE ' S A DEAD CAT HANGING OVER ME " . . . Cliff Knight, as Ledipus the King, sings about his troubles. Spring Productions 1 3
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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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Ripplites step back and ' spin ' Not spinning straw into gold, but rather cotton into thread, Ripplites Dania Morris and Ruth Roettger stepped back into time and participated in many activities that their pioneer counterparts would have had. The girls worked as demonstrators of various early American living technigues at the Childrens Museum. Many Ripplites also visited the museum, the largest of its kind in the country, for they could take another look at the history of the U.S., and see it in a totally unigue way — as displayed for the child. Another popular historic spot in the community visited by Ripple students, Conner Prarie Farm, lets one take a closer look at all facets of pioneer life. The settlement consists of restored log cabins, barns, and stables to rolling pastures and fields. Sports-minded Ripplites utilized the downtown area freguently throughout the year attending basketball and hockey games and even truck drag SERENITY . . . Many Ripplites enjoy the outdoors and getting back to nature, each with a special spot such as this serene and peaceful old farmhouse located near a Ripplite ' s home. races at Market Sguare Arena. Students also attended a myriad of concerts at the arena, and such special events as the circus. Not far from Market Sguare, a new tennis stadium, built for the U.S. Clay Court Tennis Championships, attracted many Ripplites too. Whether paddling a canoe or racing a raft down White River, Ripple students used the facilities at Broad Ripple Park guite often. Not only did the students use it, but during the month-long strike, the park became the location of striking teachers ' rallies. Ripplites saw much more to the park than the familiar black locomotive, but recognized it as an asset to the community. Also close to home, some Ripplites just spent lazy Sunday afternoons feeding ducks at the canal, taking a closer look at what the community had to offer them. AWAITING THE CALL OF ORDER . . . Assembled at Broad Ripple Park, a group of striking Broad Ripple teachers await further instructions on picketing procedures and the latest negotiation developments. CLEANING CLAY COURTS . . Brushing the clay off the stadium court before the matches begin, the ballboys are practically the only people in the newly built Sports Center, home of the U.S. Clay Court Championships. 14 Community
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