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Construction by Tech (Left) Lowell Pride and Mike Walters put railing on the patio deck. Tech house number 7 (Top right) Tech house number 8 (Bottom right). Tech has built one house a year since 1970. House 7 at 1130Twelfth was completed in April 1978 after being started last year. The house should sell for $48-49,000. Tech house 8 was started, after the carpentry students finished their work on 7, in October, 1978. It is located at 1136 Twelfth and is nearly completed. The house will be sold next year. The Des Moines Public School District makes several thousand dol¬ lars a year on the houses. The money goes into the general fund for all the schools. Carpentry is not the only core area that works on the house. Drafting, Cabinet Making, Painting and Decorating, Refrigeration and Air Con¬ ditioning, Electricity, Sheet Metal, and Agri Business also do some of the work on the house. (Left) Mr. Hashman and Chansomone Saphabmixay saw a piece of wood for the patio deck for house 7. (Above) Loreen Cotter, Mike Walters, and Bob Jordan hang a rain troft on house 8.
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" Most spirited Cheerleading Waiting for the one. team” trophy won by Varsity Cheerleaders.
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(Left to right) O.U.S.A. officers. Treasurer, Secretary, President, Vice President. The Official Unevolved Student Association is a newly formed group tht has been added to Tech’s already long list of small extra-curricular organizations. This new group has surprisin gly surpassed the number of members in any one of the groups or clubs at Tech. The group membership is believed to be between 800 to 1200 student and the number keeps rising. Meetings were held throughout the year and many activities took place to keep the members busy. Some of the activities that the group has been credited for were, No Spirit Day, Uncommited to a Tech Club or Sport Year, and No Cheering at the Tech Games. Sponsors of the group believe that the club will never decrease in size because of the high student interest in what the club stands for. Meeting with the executives. 113 The president in charge. O.U.S.A. heard but not seen
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