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Where Do You Fit In
The Puzzle Of CHS?
In a jigsaw puzzle, all of the pieces
fit together to give a total effect. Each
individual section of the puzzle has
its own shape and meaning, yet it must
fit with the other pieces before there
is a complete picture. Bound together,
the picture has strength and unity.
Similarly, we in Crawfordsville High
School are like a puzzle. Each in-
dividual, each organization, each sport
has its part to play in the total
picture. These parts, along with com-
munity support and esteem, mold
CHS. Every person stands out in his
or her own form, yet all must work
together to give CHS its strength and
EACH ISAPART OF ONE GREAT
Personality, Leadership, Involvement, Competition,
Bound together at CHS,
Along with the community,
EACH IS A PART OF ONE GREAT PICTURE.
OPENING-2 PERSONALITY-8 LEADERSHIP-48
INVOLVEMENT-72 COMPETITION-104 COMMUNITY-130
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ew Ideas Come To CHS
Students of Crawfordsville High
School poured through the doors on
September 3, wearing blue jeans and
T-shirts, long hair, and pixie bobs.
Along with 255 sophomores, there
were three new teachers, Mr. Macy,
Miss Kingery, and Mr. Ettensohn.
This year we welcomed four foreign
exchange students. C I a u s Gohring,
from Bederkesa, Germany stayed with
Mrs. John Schott. Jenny Oest pro-
vided a home and a family for Lau-
rence Minard from Paris, France. Cath-
erine Pictet, from Geneva, Switzer-
land, lived with Libby and George
Roberts. Deb Ward hosted Eudoxia
Tassiopoulou from Larissa, Greece.
Students soon learned that several
new policies were taking effect. The
lunch program had been changed. Type
A lunches would not be senied at the
High School, and there would only
be one lunch period.
The attendance policy was changed
to allow five days of absence per grad-
ing period lor 13 days per semesterl
without penalty. Six days of absence
without a doctor's written excuse
meant an F for the grading period.
Of course, many things remained
unchanged. Teachers s t i I l assigned
homework every night, convocations
interrupted class schedules, announce-
ments came over the intercom, seniors
enjoyed freedom from attendance in
study hall, and Athenian spirit came
through in pep sessions, ballgames.
dances, plays, and Homecoming.
1-Foreign exchange students
C. Gohring, L. Minard, C. Pict-
at, and E. Tassiopoulou are
finding CHS a challenge. Their
American families are Mrs. J,
Schott, J. Oast, L. and G.
Roberts, and D. Ward.
2-Football is known as a
game of anxiety, especially
for those on the sideline, as
shown on the faces of B. Zahn,
R. Handley, P. Paligraf. and S.
3-During a few minutes of
free time. Max Mitchell found
the window sill an appropri-
ate place to study.
4-Preparing for their half-
time show ara Golden Gre-
cians L. Lambert, T. Tate,
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