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As we struggle to find our true identities, the questions - Who am I? Where is life leading me? What will
become of me? - arise before us in our minds, taunting us, filling us with self doubts but also hopes for the
Each of us is a singular person, unique and separate in his own way, with the right to "Do his own thing. " No
one individual is a copy of another. Yet, as each one has fears, desires, and aspirations, so do we all. We must
learn to communicate with others, to share their feelings and thoughts, to give of ourselves, to love and to
care . It is only through other people that we can find ourselves. By our experiences with other individuals, we
expand, build, and mold our own personalities. '
With these thoughts in mind, the 1974 TIGER CLAW staff presents - CHS with the focus on STUDENT INVOLVE-
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INVOLVEMENT IS PARTICIPATING. It is easy
to forget the hours it takes to get a team in
shape to play or a band ready to march - Those
who participate in sport activities are