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£ eVs Go JTlaet Are you tired, dull, crabby and just full of nerves ? Well, you ' d better not be, ' cause you have hundreds of kids to meet . . . 1,500, in fact, and they ' re all just bursting to tell you of their activities. First there is the Manual student governing body, the Student Affairs Board. Presided over by Gary Booher (standing), members of the board seated around the table to the left of Booher are William Green, sopho- more; Tom McCrary, senior; Barbara Harrington, senior; Harry Schmedel, senior and first vice president; Phyllis Harman, senior; Marilyn Andrews, freshman; Barbara Gritton, sophomore; Joan Emhardt, junior; Rosemarie Reifeis, junior and secretary; Mr. Boris Chaleff, faculty member; Mr. A. R. Williams, sponsor, and Principal B. W. Gorman. To Mr. Gorman ' s left are Miss Helen Carter, faculty member; David Brinker, sophomore; Richard Roberts, freshman; Jim Beatty, freshman; Richard Mahan, junior; Tom Studebaker, senior and second vice president; Frank Mascari, senior and treasurer; Bob Adams, junior, and Richard Nyers, sophomore. Other board members are David Pattison, senior, and Joyce Wade, freshman. One representative from each roll room serves in the Student Assembly. Projects of the board and assem- bly were to keep up-to-date bulle- tin boards, schedule programs in the auditorium, charter clubs, back The Booster ' s safety campaign, sponsor junior hall patrol and su- pervise the student center. H H EI r o lH ' J N mJm » lpT »Al wff ' ' %- ■JH mW ■ " i . W ■ t- - _ L " MB L mmmi
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Freshmen Full of eagerness, excitement and plenty of puzzling questions (see Shirley Relford, upper left), 567 papooses began classes in the Manual Tepee in Sep- tember or January. Carefully ignoring the taunts and jests of upperclasimen, they set out to ac- complish a good record. And they did, too. On hand to help cheer their basketball team to second place in the city for 1950 was the first freshman cheer leading team ever organized at Manual. The team (upper right, left to right) includes Judy Webb, Sharon Roth, Shirley Rouse, Jerry Hayse, Joan Crow, Janet Mahan and (not shown) Carol Wood- mansee. Lucky sports fans elected by their roll room as representatives to the frosh Pep Club were admitted to the games free. After playing " Gordo " in the vaudeville, Ed Clark felt right at home as fresh- man candidate for Cactus Cabellero for the Fiesta popularity contest. Miss Wood- mansee, elected to run for Mexicale Maid, was also one of the track queens. Another freshman winner was Margaret Steele (cutout), who received the Masoma Award for the highest grade average in the fall semester 9B class. " To be or not to be, " wondered harried Mask and Wig pledges after a tough going-over by established thespians. But, surviving all, the frosh, Janet Mahan, Carol Knapp, Mary Hood, Pat Ham, Barbara Lockhart and Joan Crow, were formally initiated in January. Did you know that all cubs won ' t grow up to be bears? Manual ' s cubs become full fledged reporters after having 15 inches of copy printed in The Booster. After preparing themselves in Miss Helen Carter ' s Cub Club, Esther Scharfe, Marilyn Andrews, Pat Tollan and Linda Morton were initiated as Booster staff members in March. Yes, the future seems promising for the Class of ' 53, especially since plans for the new Manual are well under way.
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