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(Left to right) Richard Worley, Jim Corrigan, Dan Grimm, and Jim Sickels perform as the Bicentennial Color Guard at the Tech vs. East game. The MCROA trophy, awarded each year to the outstand¬ ing R.O.T.C. unit in the country, is surrounded by physi¬ cal achievement trophies. Tech had the number one girls P.E. unit in the nation. (Left to right) Kely Wilcots, Gorgeanne Stout, and Mr. Don Blackman and MSgt. Chris Thompson proudly Gaude Hughes — receive their Physical Achieve- display the MCROA trophy after the awards ceremony, ment awards from Wes Santee, the first American to break the four-minute mile. 105
Page 108 text:
(Top right) Learning sign langauge are Steve Doud, Don Boylan, Ernesta Manson. (Right) Steve Doud, Craig Dodd, Robert Bardwell, and Richard Worley perform in the boy’s gym. (Bottom right) Hard work and long prac¬ tices for Blackman ' s Rifles drill team. ROTC DRILLTEAMSTO GO TO DALLAS FOR COTTON BOWL by Marv Nolle During the lummer while some of us were out clowning around, two of Tech’s clubs were out participating in contests. Tech’s ROTC went to the Iowa Parade Championship at Fort Dodge and came home $70 richer. The Blue Knights went to the American Legion Drill Championship here in Des Moines and walked away with second place plus $150. Right before school started, the Blue Knights and the A- mericans took off for Dallas to take part in a drill meet there. The Blue Knights took second arid the Americans took sixth. Tech’s ROTC unit was named the best in the country this summer. While at Dallas, they were Invited to the New Year ' s Cot¬ ton Bowl parade and to see the game as guests. This is the first time a unit like the Blue Knights and the . Americans have been chosen.. 104
Page 110 text:
Band (Left row one) Pam Deerr, Chris Green, Debra Ogle, Ruth Holmes, Doreen Thompson, Michelle Anderson, Bill Moody, (Left row two) Gary Miles, Sue Callison, John Stahowick, Rick Erickson. Jane Felix, Esther Toulouse. Debbie Deerr, Kim Wilkins! (Left row three) Doug Deerr, Rob Yelenik, Alan Large, Tamie Heldenbrand, Brian Tate, Charles Strode, (Left row four) Mike Callison, Scott Edwards, Dick Wilson, Director, Kyle Putzier, Jerry Walsh, Rick Kimbley. Brian Tate charges up the band. Here comes the band This year’s band had a total of twenty band members playing. They performed at eight basketball games and five football games. The Concert band put on a winter concert with a chorus added. The band will appear in the Drake Relays parade during the spring. The two money raising events for the band this year were the selling of pens and candy. Dick Wilson directs the band. 106
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