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10 24 36 76 1104 CONTENTS August 1973 to )une 1974 Volume 39 Cover photography by Amy Neal. What was your opinion of the new homecoming and pep rally policies? Were you influenced by the fads and fashions spreading across the country? Highlights of classes show here that your schedule wasn ' t all drab and ordinary. Remember the skits, field trips, and the few bits of info you found worth remembering? Marching devils made their television debut in the Tobacco Festival Parade. Selling candy was the fund raising project of the year. The energy “pinch” cancelled plans. Boys infiltrated previously all-girl sports. Girls outshined boys in over all records. Football improved, cross country ran to state, and wrestling was strong. Teachers weren’t always in the classroom, they had their hobbies and pleasures, too. See how your favorite or your most hated teachers en- joyed themselves in this section. il20 Enrollment swelled to tremendous size. The school became too small with no empty rooms for club activities. Seniors contributed a school directory to posterity. Students pictured here were very satisfied with the products they purchased at our financiers. Were you one of them? The Departments Introduction 1 Life Styles 10 Courses 24 Clubs 36 Sports 76 Faculty 104 Students 120 Ads 170 Patrons — Index 196 Closing 208 i The COLONNADE is published yearly by Hunter Publishing Company. 3425 South Stratford Road. P.O. Box 5867, Winston-Salem. N.C. 27103. Subscription price $4.50 or $5.50 with name. Credits on page 207. 1974 COLONNADE. All Rights re- serve Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. 9
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