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redltmen O cJLodt ?n scramble to Q£ i " - pointd in the human purumid iom.pefitior s the first day of school and 790 brand-new students flock the campus, innocently blending in with the other 1,902 veterans of Chaffey life. Traditionally, Freshmen get lost. It was very easy on a campus as large as Chaffey, with a room number system which made little sense. More prominent than the traditions of the Freshmen were the traditions of the other classes regarding the Freshmen. It was left to the upperclassmen to instill pride and enthusiasm in the new students. It was also up to them to make sure that all Freshmen who asked directions were sent as far from their goal as possible. Freshmen had always been an important part of the Chaffey student body; they were left to carry on school traditions as they rose up through the classes, and pass- ed them on to future Freshmen. If up- perclassmen would have failed with just one Freshmen class, some valuable tradi- tions may have been lost, In addition. Freshmen provided the Sophomores with someone to be superior to. Although they were often the butt of our pranks, the Freshmen retained their pride and that traditional Chaffey spirit, with the knowledge that soon they would be the upperclassmen, picking on a new group of Freshmen. ] 3r,ilu,u,n iiluJiitci iltoir lilllt tiiriutlon, eiu h Lw- 11
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3 o evev One of the most predictable traditions was the graduation of the Senior class. After four years of struggling to pass exams, with just enough Friday nights to keep them sane, the Seniors reached their goal. Graduation brought with it many tradi- tions. Among these were the Ivy Chain and Grad Nite. The Ivy Chain consisted of the top thirty to thirty-five girls of the Junior Class with the highest academic standings. The purpose of the Ivy Chain was to form a line through which the seniors walked as they received their diplomas. Another tradition which accompanied graduation was Grad Nite. For the past forty-five years, Disneyland has hosted the evening festivities which, though one may have had to fight the crowds, seemed like an appropriate way to release the pressures of the formal graduation ceremony. Only seniors, or those accom- panied by senior dates were admitted to the park. Although the Class of 1985 won ' t be back to the familiar buildings and campus of Chaffey High School, their failures and triumphs will remain indefinitely in their hearts, as they will be Forever Tigers. i olin 2 onafJ)on. (CrU peJerion, Wa ne Woi-rii, f icliarj Crampfon, and Shawn PeJerion model a varietu of ineet aeiigni. m 1 DIte entrance of f lie 3vif Chain marks the beginning of the graduation ceremony. 12
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