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Page 121 text:
Tech Doors Show Homecoming Pride The winning Homecoming doors were first place, 323, Miss Wilda Farmer; second place, 340, Mr. Gene Barlow and third place, 403, Mr. Ted Finch. Sue Meyers won the locker decorating with second place winners Dawn Peter¬ son and Kathy Lame. Third place went to Dina Lindquist and Lisa Lint. A sample of the hard work put into the decorating of lockers and homerooms for Homecoming ’78. Carnival’s a success Tech held its first Homecoming Carnival October 25th. Games included football tossing, elec¬ tronic endurance test. Baked goods were sold by the members of the sophomore cheerleaders. Disco Tech buttons were sold by Distributive Education. The carnival proved to be a success. (Far left) Sue Myers is electri¬ fied! (Top left) Mrs. Mary Anne MacManus handles money exchanges. (Bottom left) Mr. Sy Forrester makes a short pass. 117
Page 120 text:
One point loss hurts Engineers Tech narrowly lost to Roose¬ velt 27-26 in the Homecom¬ ing game, October 27, at Williams. Roosevelt led 19-8 at half, but Tech fought back by scoring 12 points in the third quarter to take a 20-19 lead going into the final period. Joe Brown, the leading rusher of the game with 147 yards on 27 carries, ran for 1 5 yards to bring the score within one point. The crowd crowds at Homecoming. What happened? says both Tech and Roosevelt. The referees are all there. (Right) Who ' s got the ball? (Left) Let’s change sides! 116
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Disco Tech Homecoming Assembly Seniors Anita Thompson and Jerry Jenkins were selected as Tech’s 1978 Homecoming Queen and King at the assembly in the auditorium on Oct. 27. Senior attendants to the Queen and King were Jeanie Bates and Copeland Francis. Juniors were Anita Wade and Barney Skaggs. Sophomores were Tracy Schweizer and Jim Eaton. Joy Priest was co-ordinator and Mrs. Mary Anne McManus was in charge of putting the assembly together. Plus the selections of Queen and King, skits were put on by the cheer¬ leaders, Drama Club, and the Radio and TV core area. Cheerleaders bring back the past. Barney Skaggs submits his name. Varsity Cheerleaders promote school spirit. 118
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