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J p. erdona iitu Jrii Ju¥ ' J ' l lfl ore than anything else, the • V I buildings at Chaffey reflected the character and personality of our heritage. Chaffey ' s buildings ranged in age from one hundred-one years (Tower Hall) to ten years (Math-Science). Most students never took time out of their busy scTiedules to notice the or- nate architecture on the campus. From the designs on the ceilings of Spring Auditoriumm and North Hall to the newest mural on the wall of the outside arena, Chaffey showed a personality all its own. Jfi, er tnanu restoration Some students paid little attention to Chaffey ' s exceptional age, design or size. Senior Carissa Mace testified, " I ' d rather go to an old school than a new one. Chaffey ' s age gives it character. " Our " character " was what made us unique. In the older buildings there was no air-conditioning, and the on- ly heat was provided by radiators; a situation which often left us swelter- ing on hot days and freezing on cold days. Chaffey ' s structure was unique, in that many of the walls are a foot thick, with pipes and electrical Of the mote ornate tacadei. wn systems exposed inside the classrooms. And the Boiler Room, what is that thing for? The Boiler Room provided heat for all the buildings which still used steam heat, as well as providing a student bulletin board. Those are the things which made Chaffey truly unique. Our heritage gave us reason to pity those poor Etiwandans in their brand-new, pre-fab school. ( kaffeu i neweit buiCding, fflath J cience, a touch of
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Iramitu f- et Ckaffeu i tiger statue, the i mhol of the ichool. inaiit enjoij5 peace after ijear) of abuse. A DIu new " foolLaii tiger, " erectej in 1983. Jispfays lite dales of Cliaffeg i footbatt games. A A s always, Chaffey ' s tigers helped to Ar spark a certain loyalty and spirit among students at CHS. Chaffey ' s pride was displayed through the many tigers on campus. They appeared in the form of statues, murals, wall hangings and of course, the Tiger Mascots. One of the these. Shannon Brennan, expressed what it meant to her to represent Chaffey. " To me, representing Chaffey meant pro- moting school spirit and making the tiger more of a tradition rather than another figure in the Pep Squad. " Chaffey ' s tiger was present as early as 1915. As always, the most renowned tiger on the campus was the ceramic statue located in the foyer of Gardiner Spring Auditorium. Sculpted by Claremont artist Bette Davenport Ford, the tiger was a gift to Chaffey by the class of 1960. It was plac- ed outside the G.W.S. Auditorium where it served as an Ontario landmark. Although its ear was knocked off in 1964, the tiger survived the ne.xt decade with relatively little harm, except that inflicted by successive coats of paint applied by rival high schools. It was two attacks to the head of the tiger in 1977, and nearly $3,500 in repairs, which prompted its move inside the foyer of G.W.S. and off of the endangered species list. Continuing the tradition, the tiger legacy helped keep Chaffey spirited and True to Our Heritage. ,
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