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Sophomores Ah! What a relief to be a sophomore! No more taunts of " freshie, " no mo re elevator tickets, no more " bum steers " into the wrong locker room . . . but don ' t sopho- mores have fun teasing the new freshmen ! Flash Gun Casey had nothing on Bill Stokes (cutout), who came to the help of Miss Theo B. Parr, school photographer, on the enlarged 1950 Ivian. Sporting his own camera, Bill took, developed or printed many of the pictures, with the help of his classmate, Barbara Gritton. A print of the middle basketball shot on Page 52 won second place in the Booster ' s photography contest for him. Class leaders in scholastic standing last January, Alva- deen Rollins, Mary Carr, Patty Silvers and Sandra Ketchum gather for a chat in the hall (below, left to right). Miss Carr also plays the viola as a member of the Orchestra ' s " Mary Trio, " and was accompanist for the trumpet trio. Throwing their hats . . . oops! sombreros . . . into the ring, Pat Mudd and William Green were sophomore can- didates for the Fiesta popularity contest. Second year students were mighty proud of Richard Nyers, who played on the regular varsity basketball team and in many varsity football games, and Green, who also saw action on the varsity hoop squad. 10
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Adjusting a sign denoting Hello Day, which Manual- ites celebrated in October, are Dorathea Kilgore, Christine Fleming and Joe Atkins, members of Miss Jean Dunbar ' s English Ig class (upper left). At the traditional candlelight ceremony, freshman girls were initiated into the Girls League of Manual (upper right). Looking over the honor roll, Esther Scharfe, Glenda Swords, Carol Woodmansee, Barbara Chadd and Mar- garet Steele are five freshmen who had an average of 7.50 or more in January (middle left, left to right). Suann Luessow sang before her classmates at the GLM installation as well as at the first-day freshman program and in the vaudeville (middle right). Swish! and out from the dark room came a cloud of dust. No, Joe Gagen hadn ' t turned janitor — he just got tired of all the dirt that had collected in his favorite extracurricular hangout. Joe not only assisted the photog- raphy staff in preparing pictures for the yearbook, but also won fifth prize in the Booster photography contest. Master of ceremonies when spring semester freshmen reported to the auditorium for the first time was Carl Haussecker (lower left). Ray Cory played a clarinet solo accompanied by Donald Crow (lower right).
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" You gotta F-I-G-H-T! " urge reserve cheer- leaders Raymond Gran, Shirley Cruse, Nancy Ferguson and James Schmedel (top, left to right). Practicing for that varsity berth they hope to win someday, the team led cheers at all the reserve basketball games and at the Howe varsity game. Best first year typist Patsy Troyer was awarded a silver pin and her master ' s certifi- cate (middle left). Literally bowling over some 1,300 other femme keglers in the Girls ' Junior Singles competition in the National Christmas Tour- nament, Marcia Evans placed 23d. Adjusting the gray corduroy suit that won her a Clothing I pin is Mercedes Giuliani (middle right). By scoring 180 or more of a possible 200 points, Cadet Sgt. 1 c Ted Ransdell qualified for an ROTC expert medal, while Cadet Sgt. 1 c Cecil Collins scored 130 or more points to win a marksman medal. Harold Wells, James McQueary and James Smyth examine the pins they were awarded for their work in shop classes (bottom, left to right). 11
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