Emmerich Manual High School - Ivian Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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IVIAN 4 • -• " ' It ■■ Emmerich Manual High School 2405 Madison Avenue Indianapolis Indiana, 46225 Table of Contents Clubs 10 Classes 36 Sports 60 School Life 84 Advertisements 136 - ' •% W IT •- " : ' ' .-, ' ' - v , . ' -- ' ■.• 1974 Opening 1 MANUAL best school books Ivian Redskins cool crowded great teachers students nice education people activities far-out names spirit apathy turmoil confusion friends proud learning wonderful opportunities integrated rivalries work huge pride conferences knowledge busy blast yea-rah training rotten boring study halls report cards 2 Opening Manual-just what do we associate with this world? We think, of course of school, friends, sports, work, and many other adjectives. Since Man- ual has such a prevalent part in some 2600 student ' s and teacher ' s lives, it is natural that 1974 will be remembered for many things. Red- skins will associate the chill of the classrooms, discussions of political controversy and the threat of other shortages to 1974. But, we ' ll also remember the good times, the old and close friends, the special act- ivities, and the achievements we earned. Opening 3 EDUCATION information skills losing preparation 4 Opening K Education — a necessity to have in our society. Most Manualites re- alize this need for education even if many don ' t care for school. It is through education that we learn of life and living, as well as facts from books. Some feel that educa- tion is a source of information and skills that prepares for the future. We are able to learn from various sources; our own experiences, oth- ers lives, mistakes, and achieve- ments. At Manual we receive a formal education and also a social one, where people are the teachers, not only books. t Opening 5 ACTIVITIES k u outgoing memories enjoyment work private community teachers field trips others identifying sponsors rewarding pictures valuable recreation interests extra-curricular 6 Opening Activities — extras that help stimulate and exercise the mind and body. It is by making our- selves active in the affairs of Manual and life around us that we become aware of the pro- blems that face us. This also makes us better equipped to of- fer some type of solution to these problems. It is through our ac- tivities that we gain pride in our- selves and our endeavors, that we feel an even deeper sense of be- longing to life and the Manual community. Of course being ac- tive in numerous things is not the entire answer. We must remember to do our best and try our hard- est at everything that we even at- tempt. Opening 7 STUDENTS millions friends unknown prisoners talking competition black homework teen-agers friendly strange brothers Manualites trouble angels snobby slaves fights silly bright us you faces names obedient wild adults mixture everywhere energetic proud lucky serious humorous communication the future white pleasure pain 8 Opening STUDENTS millions friends unknown prisoners talking competition black homework teen-agers friendly strange brothers Manualites trouble angels snobby slaves fights silly bright us you faces names obedient wild adults mixture everywhere energetic proud lucky serious humorous communication the future white pleasure pain 8 Openin Students — the people that make school a necessity. They are the people who come to Manual for an education but who also educate teachers, administrators, and their fellow students through their ac- tions, beliefs, and attitudes. Friend- ships grow and personalities clash through everyday life and because of the various mixtures of students. All of these people are equally im- portant in educating his fellow stu- dent. As Manualites, each person has an obligation to Manual as well as to the other members of the school, to work together and get along. Opening 9 Opening 9 CLUBS socialize friends fun time-consuming people after-school fer additional g cliques ft membership common interests hard work important silly responsibilities W» organizations S 9 M enjoyable money-grabbing plenty recreation dumb games jjfe future leadership sharing goals enjoyment promises fulfilling character pride ■ ] %. lff - ' f . ■ ' V satisfaction j k It together taking part sharing working together 10 Clubs Clubs — organizations which help us pursue a special interest. At Manual, there are many clubs available that help many Redskins feel even more a part of school. It is through these clubs that we find an outlet for our individual interests and talents. We also find friends and people who also share this common interest. Many clubs perform needed services to Manual. Others give aid to community groups. Others give background and help fill out what we learn in the classroom. But not only students make the clubs possible. It is through the leadership and guid- ance of faculty sponsors that every club exists. Even though many stu- dents don ' t show any interest in any clubs, other people seem to be join- ing and working together, keeping Manual ' s clubs active, forming new clubs, and reawakening and sup- porting old ones. Clubs 11 Language, Art Clubs enjoy exciting year Whether taking a lesson in toga- wrapping, singing a Spanish song, or eating eclairs during a lesson on French food, Manual ' s three foreign language clubs kept busy learning about and enjoying the cultures of " adopted countries. " Spanish Club celebrated Christ- mas with its annual fiesta. They had guest speakers, films, and learned much about South Ameri- can culture from Ximena Ve ' Lez, ex- change student from Ecuador. Activities of the Latin Club in- cluded a wienie roast in Garfield park and the celebration of Satur- nalia, a Roman holiday. French club enjoyed a cheese and pastry party, played games in French, and had guest speakers. They also journeyed to Chicago to visit Jacques, a French restaurant, and the Chicago Museum of Art. Art Club experienced a busy yet overwhelmingly rewarding year. Local field trips included the Indi- anapolis Museum of Art and various workshops. Members entered the Scholastic Art and the Museum High School competitions. Addi- tional plans were made to go to the Chicago and Cincinnati Museums of Art to acquaint members with good art as well as to enable them to encompass an understanding of art in various perspectives. Members worked together to fin- ish handmade objects which were sold at the Pow Wow. Supplement profits at the Pow Wow came from a body-painting booth, an annual success among students. TOP Junior Lee Foster paints the final touches on a pot she created in Art Club. ABOVE ART CLUB — FRONT ROW: Susan Ruthroff, Margaret Jones, Mrs. Corrie Wilson, Patty Goins, Mark Sorenson, Debbie Wethington, Cheryl Southern. BACK ROW: Kathy Smith, Mary Wilson, Tom Powell, Charlie Haines, Angela Appleberry, Tom Hammel, Laurie Gray, Karen Edmonds, Rob- in Burke, Lee Foster, Melanie Gray, Maria Cantwell. ACROSS SPANISH CLUB — FRONT: Mr. Carsey Gentry. FRONT ROW: Connie Smith, Ruth Gommel, Susan Meece, Kathie Dug- gan, Peggy Richardson, Judy Duggan, Phyl- lis Land. SECOND ROW: Debbie Zimmer- man, Ximena Ve ' lez, Teresa Little, Melanie Meece, Pam Biggers, Mary Brown, Kristi Manning, Fougere Gordon. BACK ROW: Bobbie Mouser, Sharon Esselborn, Ann Mc- Carty, Bervin Hartsock, Doris Johnston, Karen Esselborn. 12 ArtClub LEFT FRENCH CLUB — SEATED: Sharon Lewis, Wanda Russell, Patti Burnette, Cindy Dillon, Marty Berzins, David Liggett. STAND- ING: Ricky Bindhamer, Cindy Bussinger, Sandy Davis, Jenny Tutterow, Laurie Smith, Teresa Burris, Fran Long, Norma Schwei- kart, Denise Wessel, Julie Hafer, Kay Roe, Jeanne Masengale, Martha Herbig, Mr. David Phillips. BELOW LEFT Spanish Club members Ann McCarty and Connie Smith help prepare a bulletin board in a language room. BELOW LATIN CLUB — SITTING: Rocky Bindhamer, Janice Byland, Carline Brown, Sarah Massing, STANDING: Donna Whit- lock, Carole Hosford, Rudite Treimanis, Ru- nita Majors, Laura Daeger, Cheryl Denny, Mary Ruth, Mrs. Audrey Cronkhite. Foreign Language Clubs 13 Musical experience is gained by both choir, orchestra groups Before the Choir picture, Benita Strait and Michelle Kemp give a last minute, woman ' s touch to Larry Hathaway ' s hair. Orchestra and Choir explored the worlds of music through not only individual practice, but through much experience in performing. Modern and classical music were studied daily in preparation for the many musical performances of the year. The Orchestra received a new di- rector in Mrs. Jacqueline Meyer. They performed in Christmas pro- grams at the Med Center and at St. Francis hospital. They also played at Vespers and for night school com- mencement. The holiday season brought with it a flurry of activity for the Choir. Their voices were heard on Monu- ment Circle, at the Statehouse, and at the Education Center. Carols were also sung at grade schools. Members of both organizations attended the ISMA solo-ensemble contest, had a concert, and parti- cipated in the May Festival. Many Manual students have de- cided to continue music through college. Manual ' s music depart- ment has always and still does pro- vide an excellent background for such future endeavors. ORCHESTRA FRONT ROW: Vallori Sherman, Diane Masengale, Bob Stubbs, Julie Hafer. SECOND ROW: Phillip Dinkins, Connie Thompson, Desiree Roberts, Carlene Brown, Diana Glasson, Michelle Bowers. THIRD ROW: Judy Duggan, Donna Whitlock, Anne Lane, Sharon Lewis, Amy Farley, Debbie Huber, Cindy Davis, Jim Lewis. BACK ROW: Mrs. Jacqueline Meyer, Vickie Webster, Rhonda Cherry, Martha Herbig, Marshall Wingler, Mike Aikins, Robert Mul- lin, Terry Watson, Cathy Hittle. NOT PICTURED, Sandy Holmes. 14 Orchestra CHOIR FRONT: Mr. Tom Williams. FRONT ROW: Sherron Keller, Darlene Fultz, Terri Horn, Diana Glasson, Michelle Kemp, Kathy Fouts, Cheryl Stenger, Benita Strait, Mary Anderson, Leisa Betzler. SECOND ROW: Vicki Minton, Melanie Crowe, Sandi Wolfe, Melinda Harden, Felecia Bailey, Carolyn Pittman, Beth Farley, Anna Humbles, Kim Burnette, Karen O ' Connor, Vicki Webster, Sandy Holmes. THIRD ROW: Jack Spaulding, Jim Lewis, Duane Kent, Jim Hummel, Randy Ferris, Larry Hathaway, Brian Stuard, Rolfe Bruce, Carl Raumann. Albert Young. BACK ROW: Ray Lockard, Paul Tex, Doug Davis! Bob Stubbs, Mark Terrell, John Smith, Maurice McFarland, Keith Lee, Jerome Mills, Mike Stuck, Tom Pinner, Tim Baker. ORCHESTRA FRONT ROW: Nancy Ellis, Cheryl Stenger, JoAnn Birtchman, Tim Baker. SECOND ROW: Linda May, Jenny Tutterow, Eilene Kindred, Debbie Zimmerman, Gerald Cox. THIRD ROW: Randy Borkes, Phil Herbig, Linda Thompson, Benita Strait, Ricky Maxwell, Paul Tex, Tim Birtchman, Ken Row. BACK ROW: Kent McCampbell, Bill Yocum, Charles Knoll, Randy Ferris, Mike Mascoe, Duane Strain. Choir 15 GLEE CLUB FRONT: Mrs. Martha Cross. FRONT ROW: Kathryn Craig, Junko Lantry, Cheryl Kunkel, Julie Hart, Annette Clark, Car- lene Brown, Carol Smith, Marcia Williams, Kathy Burgess, Vickie Swank, Cindy Burgess. SECOND ROW: Susan Leggins, Nancy Moore, Cynthia Denton, Barbara Speck, Diana Carrico, Shirlinda Smith, Kelly Shull, Melia Rutan, Bonita Goss, Terri Watson, Vicki Allen! THIRD ROW: Miss Anne Wells, Natalie Meyer, Diana Buckles, Chris- tine Sutton, Phyllis Walker, Cheryl Frey, Rita Munn, Bonita Tolle, Peggy Green, Patricia Burnette, Cynthia Davis. FOURTH ROW: Susan Woodworth, Marita Berzins, Darlene McCormick, Cathy Hittle, Becky Hansen, Donna Heacox, Cheryl Stenger, Kathy Wolfe, Karen Van Blaricum. FIFTH ROW: Linda May, Roberta Loyd, Patricia Sutton, Linda Mascoe, Becky McManus, Cynthia Smith. SIXTH ROW: Clarice Favors, Bonnie Kendrick, Barbara Deupree, Marilyn Major, Martha Herbig, Alice York, Susan Meece, Sue Wiley. BACK ROW: Cathy Clark, Karla Borkes, Kay Newton, Joyce Ott. CONCERT BAND FRONT ROW: Jenny Tutterrow, Linda May, Vickie Swank, Kathy Fouts, Donna Strain. SECOND ROW: Randy Borkes, Phil Herbig, Linda Thompson, Brenda Hagenmaier, Ray Hauser, Sharon Jerrell, Cindy Davis. THIRD ROW: Debbie Lunn, Monica Sowders, Bonnie Goss, Mary Ellis, Carol Lewis, Marshall Wingler, Larry Hath- away, Bob Mullin, Cathy Hittle. FOURTH ROW: Runita Majors, Judy Devine, Kathie Duggan, Donna Heacox, Melia Rutan, Linda Mascoe, Vickie Webster, Gary Farley, Howard Smith, Pam Hooder, Thomas Turner, Terri Watson. 16 ConcertClub Band, Concert Club perform well in school and community Busying themselves with not only school but community activities as well, the Band and Concert Club both maintained their reputations as one of the best. Concert Club, previously known as Girl ' s Glee Club, sang carols at Christmas time at Lafayette Square and on Monument Circle. They participated in an all-city festival with other female groups from In- dianapolis high schools. The Redskin Marching Band en- tertained at home football games with their show, " The Way West. " Performing during a muddy down- pour, the Band received a second division in the controversial ISMA contest. Despite this setback, the Band attended I.U. Band Day in Bloomington and marched in the 500 Festival and pre-race parades. Plans were made to attend the Indiana State Fair contest the fol- lowing August. Pep Band helped spark enthusi- asm by playing at basketball games. Concert Band performed at grade schools to promote interest in high school music. It also attended the ISMA playing contest. Band and Concert Club gave a spring concert and joined with all members of the music department for the annual May Festival. The Manual Marching Band, under the batons of Drum Majorettes Nancy Ellis and Marcia Mueller, lead the Homecoming parade. CONCERT BAND FRONT ROW: Rita Munn, Kathy Wolfe, Mi- chelle Bowers, Diana Glasson. SECOND ROW: Liz Adams, Bart Hodges, Nancy Moore, Karen Jerrell, Jim Lewis, Debbie Zimmer- man, Eileen Kindred. THIRD ROW: George Eckler, Jim Warren, Kevin Lowe, Marietta Balay, Bill Walton, Ricky Maxwell, Paul Tex, Tim Birtchman, Ken Roe. STANDING: Pat Maxwell, Kent McCamp- bell, Bill Yocum, Mike Aikens, Kurt Kreise, Mr. Dan Bolin. BACK ROW: Steve Jent, Mark Robinson, Tim Baker, Bruce Peterson, Randy Ferris, Mike Mascoe, Duane Strain. Concert Band 17 MUC, bowlers, lettermen have fun, honors Lettermen ' s Club recognized those who have earned enough points to be awarded their letter, sweater or jacket. Several activities of the year included sweeping the gym floor during basketball half- time, escorting homecoming candi- dates and keeping a booth at the annual Pow-Wow. The MUC, Manual Underclass- men Club, began this year. It was an honor organization aimed at serv- ing Manual and the surrounding area. MUC members added a great deal of spirit to the school. A cer- tain grade point level was a require- ment to join MUC. Bowling Club changed its meet- ing day to Thursdays after school at Sport Bowl. Competing on teams, individual ' s scores and averages were kept and tallied all year. Team trophies and high scoring awards were presented at the Banquet at the season ' s end. LETTERMEN FRONT ROW: Tom O ' Connor, Brett Andrews, Dean Stegmoller, Jerry Ancelot, Earl Bowers, Steve Fortner, Mark Holmes, Joe McHugh, Bill Davis, Wilfred Jimison, Randy Simpson, Mike Natalie. SECOND ROW: Greg Kello, Keith Smith, Steve Harmon, Larry Milli, Charles Laetsch, Stan Mathis, Russ Finley, Dave Mc- Daniels, Joe Harmon, Paul Osmon, Greg Young, Bob Eader. THIRD ROW: Jerry Walden, Terry Thacker, Les Estes, Mark Campbell, Chuck Cothron, Pat Callahan, Steve Thorpe, Don Kasper, Jeff Bun- nell, Doug Polen, Henry Freeman, Charles Johnson, Rolfe Bruce, Sponsor Ray Schultz. BACK ROW: John Masengale, Tom Ruoff, Butch Fikes, Ethan Manuel, Garry Wolfe, Steve Surber, Carl Jones, Mark Hawkins, Dennis Hilber, Daryl Davie, George Novak, John Smith, Ken Thompson, Charles Haines. 18 Lettermen LEFT MUC — FRONT ROW: Tim Whited, Rick Curtis, Vic Casada, Carl Baumann, Bruce Peterson. SECOND ROW: Kurt Kriese, Greg Bunnell, Tom Brooks, Bill Bush, Dan Sease, Jeff Farley. BACK ROW: Kent Whitle, Rickie Maxwell, Dell Hendon, Mr. Rex Lewis. BELOW LEFT Karen Ford looks up after checking her bowling score. BELOW: Showing her bowling style is Senior Peggy Davis. BOTTOM BOWLING CLUB — FRONT ROW: Crystal Ragland, Debbie Polen, Cathy Spear, Nina Steck, Bucky Moore, Shelia Pin- ner. SECOND ROW: Rhonda Ryan, Nina Sprinkler, Mary Miller, Kay Spears, Pam Hill, Darlene Riley, Ruth Miller. THIRD ROW: Karen Ford, Barb Roberts, Kathy Jones, Car- olyn Broughton, Darlene McCormick, Norma Schweikhart, Mary Wiggin, Janet Wiggin. BACK ROW: Sandy Browne, Gerald Walden, John Ruthroff, David Zike, Clyde Ledford, LuAnn Parker, Carla Jent, Mr. Kenneth Free- man. MUC, Bowling 19 TOP Student Affairs Board, FRONT ROW: Tanya Campbell, George Novak, John Mas- engale, Emily Abel, Nancy Ellis, Jane Acker- man. BACK ROW: Ray Hauser, Mike Tucker, Tim Birtchman, Mrs. Marilyn Dever and Mr. Harold Baumer, sponsors, Vicky Burton, Pam Stout, Marite Berzins, Cindy Dillon, Karen Es- selborn, Debbie Birch. ABOVE Science Club, FRONT ROW: Debbie Keeney, Natalie Mosley, Felicia Bailey, Debo- rah Crenshaw, Renita Majors. BACK ROW: Ricky Bindhamer, Russell Esselborn, Renoir Gaither, Charles Haines, Lloyd Davis, Dan Keeney, Dan Pitcher, Gary Wolfe, David Lig- gett, Rocky Bindhamer, Mrs. Mary Thomas, sponsor. LEFT Mr. Bruce Martin motions during a recitation of " The Creation " by James John- son in his SAB sponsored program, " Poetry in Black. " 20 SAB, Science Club Active Redskins strive to achieve and to accomplish Out-of-school activities occupied the time of many Manual students who were active in clubs. Science Club not only toured the Butler Observatory and the I.U. Medical Center, but sold candy in hopes of taking a Spring trip to a city of sci- entific importance. Guest speakers and science fair project filled re- maining time. Distributive Education, headed by Miss Sue Workman, assisted seniors in finding jobs. They received two credits and in addition were paid for their outside work. In a compe- titive event between schools, six students from Manual went to the State Finals at French Lick. An Em- ployer ' s Awards Banquet ended the year. National Honor Society num- bered 51 members after it ' s formal initiation in May. Seniors and jun- iors were judged on qualities of character, scholarship, leadership, and service to be admitted to this honorary organization. Student Affairs Board met every other week and was active through- out the year. They sponsored stu- dents in the Jaycee ' s Walk for Man- kind and operated a booth at the Pow Wow. At bi-weekly meetings they discussed and searched for solutions to the problems facing the student body. HWWf ABOVE National Honor Society, FRONT ROW: Phyllis Walker, Linda May, Kay New- ton, Diann Newport, Nancy Ellis, Leisa Betz- ler, Martha Mullin, Marcia Williams, Brenda Hagenmaier. SECOND ROW: Ray Hauser, Randy Borkes, Ed Marcum, Diana Glasson, Phil Herbig, Stephanie Cook, Mary Mullin, Karen O ' Connor, Bill Davis, Vicki Webster. THIRD ROW: Marcia Edwards, Kim Burnett, Cheryl Stenger, Cindy Davis, John Smith, John Masengale, Warren Murphy, Randy Simpson, Ann McCarty, Mike Fogleman, Mr. Don Johnson, sponsor. FOURTH ROW: Be- nita Strait, Debbie Zimmerman, Carole Hos- ford, Richard Hagenmaier, Russell Finley Cheryl Hedges, Susan Meece, Fran Long, Teresa Burris, Vicky Short, Kathie Duggan. BACK ROW: Yvonne Salter, Debbie Alder- son, Becky Staab, Susie Beaupre, Rose Went- worth, Barb Speck, Cheryl Frey, Bonnie Goss, Ruth Gommel, Elaine McKay, Ron Brough- ton. LEFT Distributive Education, FRONT ROW: Judy Farley, Patti Sullivan, Diana Sutshaw, Roseann Fisher, Susie Schneider, Miss Sue Workman, sponsor. BACK ROW: Sheila Win- frey, Roy Ward, Danny Stout, Mike Clymore, Danny Hill, Donna Hindman. 21 TOP Advisor, Ms. Toni Hammer, and As- sistant Editor of the IVIAN, Brenda Hagen- maier, work diligently in the Publication ' s Office. ABOVE MAN STAFF — Assistant Editor Brenda Hagenmaier, Ad Manager John Masengale, Editor Karen O ' Connor, and Sen- ior Editor Bill Davis. NOT PICTURED: As- sistant Ad Manager Mike Stinnett. RIGHT QUILL SCROLL — FRONT ROW: Fran Long, Cindy Davis, Brenda Hagenmaier, Kay Newton, Debbie Zimmerman. BACK ROW: Karen O ' Connor, Phil Herbig, Diann Newport, Mark Terrell. MIDDLE Future editor, Brenda Hagenmaier and upcoming assistant editor, Jeanne Gabo- ney, discuss copy preparation for the IVIAN. 22 lvian BELOW lvian Editor Karen O ' Connor and Ad Manager John Masengale confer with ad- visor, Mrs. Susan Donges. BOTTOM A photographer poses an under- classman for her school picture. Pictures taken, are used for the yearbook and are also exchanged among friends. IVIAN reflects 74 school year through dedicated students ' efforts Through the efforts of a small group of dedicated students, the IVIAN was created with the hope that it would accurately reflect the 1973-74 school year through the student ' s eyes. Even though there were two new advisors and a rela- tively new staff, all felt the finished book was a success. Several new ideas were incor- porated into this year ' s IVIAN, such as smaller margins and a change in headline style. A fold-out was added to the opening section, the only drawback being that 1,650 of them came separately and had to be pasted in by hand. A big job was minimized when everyone pitched in, in order to get the IVIAN de- livered on time. Fund-raising projects included yearbook and underclass picture sales, plus two dances. At the Pic Parade underclassmen could ob- tain and exchange pictures, and the John Henry Hop offered students a chance to have IVIAN ' s auto- graphed by friends. IVIAN Editor Karen O ' Connor and Assistant Editor Brenda Hagenmaier attended the Indiana High School Journalism Institute summer work- shop at I.U. Karen said, " I learned many useful things there that I might otherwise not have known. " Both agreed that it was a worthwhile two weeks. Photographers worked diligently, taking and developing pictures. It was not unusual to find the entire staff spending several weekends and vacation time at school, working to meet a deadline or putting finish- ing touches on what was hoped to be an interesting and attractive IVIAN. lvian 23 w l w 25 IVIAN years stir memories, bring nostalgia In 1949 the Manual publications staff chose the name IVIAN for its yearbook. The name stuck and IVIANS have annually rolled off the presses since then, recording the events, accomplishments, emo- tions, and hopes of Manualities through the years. This year the IVIAN celebrates its 25th anniversary and silver an- niversaries are a time for sentimen- tal reminiscing. A look at that first IVIAN reveals that Manual today has many ties with that Manual of yesteryear. It also dramatically illu- strates some of the changes which have occurred in the Redskin life- style. Happy anniversary IVIAN! %-, 24 Then and Nov Offspring, IVIANS help Manual alums pass on traditions OPPOSITE PAGE, UPPER RIGHT Senior Karen O ' Connor, IVIAN editor, and her fa- ther, Monte O ' Connor, D.D.S., 1949 senior class president (TOP) reminisce by looking at his senior yearbook. ABOVE Is this a sign of the times? In 1949, Manual ' s cheerleading squad was not just a female activity. ABOVE RIGHT Many Manualites have parents who are Manual graduates. Senior Randy Simpson and Deloris Andrews Simp- son, his mother and a 1949 graduate, ex- emplify this tradition. MIDDLE RIGHT 1949 ' s Fred Bennett, Stu- dent Assembly and Ticket Agent for home- room 107, is our Mr. Fred Bennett, English teacher and dramatics entrepeneur. LOWER RIGHT The girls in the 1949 physical education class perform a quaint foreign folk dance. Those were the good old days? LOWER MIDDLE Manual ' s librarian, Miss Helen Negley, has been checking out books during the 25 years that IVIANS have been published. Over the ' years, Manual ' s faculty mem- bers and students have come to rely upon the aid of Miss Charlotte Hafer, Principal Howard Thrall ' s secretary. Mrs. Vi Hauser is another helpful staff member who was a familiar face to the Redskins of 25 years ago. v Jc ' ' ' , Then and Now 25 BOOSTER proves interesting, informative with innovations Continuing with the goal of serv- ing as a newspaper for Manual, the BOOSTER went to press again this year. Its staff reported the various activities, events, and sports news important to the stu- dents and teachers. Yet a new aim of reaching out into community and public affairs was strived for. BOOSTER Editor-in-chief Kay Newton helped the two new Publi- lication ' s advisers Ms. Toni Ham- mer and Ms. Susan Donges in or- ganizing this year ' s staff. To spread out the work-load, and responsibility, page editors were a necessity. Page 2 editors Cindy Davis and Fran Long, Sports edi- tors Joe Harmon and Dell Hendon and Page 4 editor Diana Suttner did their job of making story as- signments, writing stories, editing copy, doing paste-ups and correct- ing proofs, all factors in putting out an effective, enjoyable and correct paper. To keep with the idea of in- forming Manualites, a new column, Round the Reservation, was added this year. It contained odds and ends about students and their ac- tivities. Book and movie reviews were popular and interesting arti- cles also new to the BOOSTER. Photographers Greg Bentle, Greg Hollis, Ann McCarty, Bruce Peter- son, Mark Terrell, and Tony Smith spent many hours shooting, devel- oping, and printing pictures that were used to a greater extent than before in the BOOSTER. News Bureau Head Diann New- port kept busy reporting to various Indianapolis Newspapers, keeping the surrounding community in- formed of Manual activities. TOP Mrs. Susan Donges proofreads a story before it goes in to the printers. ABOVE Joe Harmon and John Maxwell prepare sports copy for the Booster. RIGHT CUB CLUB (LEFT TO RIGHT) — Sharon Esselborn, Martha Herbig, Margaret Mullen, Karen Esselborn, Kathy Walter, Mrs. Susan Donges, Rocky Bindhamer, Shirley Bird, Cindy Smith, Mary Maxwell, Mary Whaley. 26 Booster LEFT BOOSTER STAFF — News Bureau Head Diann Newport, Page Editors Cindy Davis, Joe Harmon, Fran Long, Dianna Suttner. SEATED: Booster Editor Kay Newton. BELOW LEFT Ms. Toni Hammer and Diann Newport work fervently in the pub- lications office. BELOW Melinda Boone re-reads one of her articles in the Booster. Booster 27 ABOVE Oblivious to the camera, Junior Cindy Davis as Cornelia Otis Skinner, con- centrates on her lines for the comedy " Our Hearts were Young and Gay. " ABOVE RIGHT Backstage, Cindy Burgess, Dianna Suttner, and Carl Baumann primp before going on stage for the performance. RIGHT THESPIANS — FRONT ROW: Kay Newton, Cindy Davis, Connie Smith, Dianna Suttner, Ruth Gommel, Mr. Fred Bennett. BACK ROW: Sue Wiley, Karen O ' Connor, Brenda Huckaba, John Smith, Larry Hatha- way, Bob Stubbs. NOT PICTURED: Benita Strait, Vickie Webster, John Masengale, Tom Pinner. 28Ahespians trHRK LEFT Brenda Huckaba, Cindy Davis, Bob Stubbs, and Larry Hathaway rehearse their actions in the pantomime-melodrama " The Lighthouse Keeper ' s Daughters. " This one- act was complete with a pretty girl, a villain, a hero, and a happy ending. BELOW MASK WIG — Ricky Bindhamer, Patti Buckles, Janice Byland, Janet Wiggins, Laura Daeger, Crystal Ragline, Kathy Bur- gess, Mary Ruth, Jill Hill, Claudette Smith, Tina Lewis, Dianna Suttner, Rocky Bind- hamer, Ms. Linda Hammons. Mask Wig sponsor, Ms. Linda Hammons, was trans- ferred at mid-year, leaving the future of the club in question. BOTTOM Carl Baumann, Carol Smith and Larry Hathaway listen as Cindy Smith, a French health inspector, asks about their health before being permitted in the coun- try. Thespians, Mask Wig set stage for year of classics and comedy International Thespian Troupe 1492 and Mask Wig Club were the outlet for students interested in drama. Acting, although the pre- dominant aspect of the clubs, was not the only area of drama studied. Make-up, Readers Theater, and stu- dent directing gave members other ways to work with the various per- formances during the year. The comedy, " Our Hearts Were Young and Gay " , presented in October, was the story of two nine- teen year old girls on a cruise to Europe. The antics of the girls while on their trip made for a truly hilarious adventure. Cindy Davis and Carol Smith portrayed the girls, Cornelia Skinner and Emily Kim- brough. The play, written by Cor- nelia Skinner, and Emily Kimbrough, was based on actual experiences. The spring presentation, Komedy from Klassic to Kid, premiered in February. Four one-act plays were performed in the round. A classic, " The Boor, " " The Twelve-Pound Look; " a panto- mime-melodrama, " The Lighthouse Keeper ' s Daughter, " and a Readers Theater presentation of " Horten Hatches an Egg, " provided for an entertaining evening. Both clubs sponsored the performance and try- outs were open to anyone. Thespians 29 Flash, pep, and spirit shows in special groups Many Manual clubs and organiza- tions reflected the Manual spirit of involvement and pride. In the Music Department, twirl- ers and flag girls added extra flash to the marching band, and per- formed at basketball games. Glee- ettes and Manualaires entertained with song at both school and com- munity affairs. Radio Club members broadcast music throughout the school in the early morning hours. Pep Club, showing increased membership, sparked enthusiasm and echoed rousing support at football and bas- ketball contests. MIDDLE MANUAL AIRES — Sherron Keller, Larry Hathaway, Diana Glasson, Carl Bau- mann, Melinda Harden, Tim Baker, Carolyn Pittman, Bob Stubbs, Karen O ' Connor, Randy Ferris, Benita Strait, Jim Lewis, Marcia Bridge- water, NOT PICTURED: Melanie Crowe. RIGHT GLEE-ETTES — Darlene McCormick, Rita Munn, Clarice Favors, Cindy Burgess, Marty Herbig, Nancy Moore, Patty Burnette, Cindy Denton, Linda Mascoe, Shirlinda Smith, Natilie Meyer, Cheryl Kunkle, Cheryl Stenger, Karen Van Blaricum. 30 Music Groups FAR LEFT TWIRLERS — FRONT ROW: Kim Burnette, Donna Dewey, Karen Stuard, Mary Kelley, Vickie Burton, Candy Ballard, Cindy Woodworth, Debbie Cradick. SECOND ROW: Carol Mclntire, Susie Woodworth, Shirley Mills, Becky llg, Cheryl Miller, Sherri Sandlen, Bobbie Lloyd, Emily Abel. BACK ROW: Geri DeHoff, Becky Staab, Val Sher- man, Pam Hacker, Nancy Ellis, Joy Doty, Marcia Mueller, Sharon Boone. LEFT Drum Majorettes Marcia Mueller and Nancy Ellis pose for a picture. BELOW RADIO CLUB — Felecia Bailey, Rocky Bindhamer, Joe Baker, Ricky Bind- hamer, Gus Kimbley, Margaret Kimbley, Stuart Stuliff. BOTTOM PEP CLUB — FRONT ROW: Miss Margaret Goebel, Michelle Ruby, Patricia Johnson, Angie Jackson, Deborah Allen, Nan- ette Thompson, Debbie Chandler, Judy Chandler. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Walker, Theresa Stuckey, Linda Robinson, Margaret Eustace, Carol Brown, Judith Johnson, Line Chandler, Linda Brooks, Donna Lolla. THIRD ROW: LeEtta Davenport, Brenda Henry, Foronda Madison, Teresa Burris, Fran Long, Jean Long. BACK ROW: Tina Lewis, Melissa Roeder, Audrey Vaughn, Mary Jo Beaman, Sondra Brunnemer, Sharon Lewis, Gwen Davie. Pep and Radio Clubs 31 TOP LEFT MASOMA — FRONT ROW: Benita Strait, Kay Newton, Barb Speck, Kathie Dug- gan, Leisa Betzler, Stephanie Cook. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Hedges, Susan Meece, Peggy Richardson, Phyllis Walker. THIRD ROW: Diana Glasson, Diann Newport, Ruth Gom- mel, Vickie Webster, Elaine McKay, Marcia Williams, Joni Kriese. FOURTH ROW: Linda May, Debbie Alderson, Sue Wiley, Ximena Ve ' lez. FIFTH ROW: Donna Dewey, Kim Burnette, Karen O ' Connor, Jane Ackerman. BACK ROW: Mary Mullin, Nancy Ellis, Martha Mullin, Mrs. Kathy Nichols. ABOVE Masoma Diann Newport helps Charles Lacy and Eddie Manning with their English as William Relford stares into the camera. RIGHT:Cheryl Hedges and Peggy Richardson prepare Homecoming Mums. Selling mums is an annual Masoma money-making project. TOP MIDDLE Roines members, Richard Hagenmaier and Ronnie Broughton prepare to execute a Cathedral football " dummy, " as Executioner John Smith readies the noose. 32 Masoma Masoma and Roines continue rivalry yet serve school in many ways Manual ' s battle of the sexes con- tinued this year. Masoma and Roines, senior female and male hon- ories fought to reign supreme. Both honoraries found fulfillment by tutoring underclassmen during lunch hours, study halls or even before or after school. Helping at school banquets, the Masoma took on the duties of serv- ing, then clearing tables. Mum was the word for the Ma- somas during Homecoming. Five hundred mums were sold, making the project a sell-out for the first time in Masoma history. The Roines suffered from the en- ergy crisis and cancelled two Roines Romps. Still, the Roines found enough energy to sponsor dances December 8 and April 13. Through hard work, the Roines won a first place in the First Annual Key Club Float Contest. Both Clubs were " all-wet " Pow- Wow night as friends and " ene- mies " swarmed to squirt Masoma pledges or dunk Roines actives. UmsJ " m MIDDLE ROINES — FRONT ROW: Kent Mc- Campbell, Duane Strain, Larry Hathaway, Bill Davis, Paul Osmon. SECOND ROW: Ray Hauser, John Ruthroff, Jeff Bunnell, John Deubelbeiss, Russ Finley. THIRD ROW: Sponsor Mr. Dennis Jackson, John Smith, Mark Campbell, Thomas Pinner, Mike Mas- coe. FOURTH ROW: Tim Crafton, John Masengale, Richard Hagenmaier, Ed Mar- cum. NOT PICTURED: Ronnie Broughton, Jim Perrymen. LEFT Roines members John Ruthroff and Mark Campbell sit on John Masengale and Ronnie Broughton at a home basketball game. The club decided to help the cheer- leaders boost crowd spirit and enthusiasm. Roines 33 RIGHT Key Clubbers Mike Stinnett and Kent McCampbell polish one of the many trophies in Manual ' s trophy case as a project for this year ' s Key Club Week. BELOW John Smith, John Masengale, and Mark Holmes prepare to distribute posters for the Multiple Sclerosis Christmas Seal Drive. I KEY CLUB KEY CLUB FRONT ROW: Mr. Robert Hignite, Kurt Schnepf, Jim Lewis, Mike Stinnett, Jack Spaulding. SECOND ROW: Ron Lacy, Mark Holmes, Paul Osmon, Wayne Naylor, Gary Holmes, Rick Curtis. THIRD ROW: Dan Smith, Paul Tex, George Eckler, Randy Simpson, Randy Ferris. FOURTH ROW: Russ Finley, Doug Thompson, Doug Polen, Jerry Walden, Kent McCampbell, Jeff Clements, Richard Luedemann, Duane Strain, David Zike, Tim Baker. FIFTH ROW: Greg Brownlee, John Masengale, Tom Pinner, Bob Stubbs, Kent Whitley, Renior Gaither. BACK ROW: Ray Hauser, Les Estes, Keith Lee, John Smith, Larry Hathaway, Ken Roe, Harry Masengale, Alex Solis, Tom Masengale, Clyde Ledford. 34 Key Club mmmm C Tmm K. (v» Jp 4 . tm, - BL | f 1 [ HmS (■ i lf I-V • " lTI LEFT TRI-HI-Y — FRONT ROW: Donna Cranshaw, Elaine Thatch, Judi Pasch, Tracie Lanier, Patty Coy, Wilma Pool, Sherry Seitz, Tina Lewis. SECOND ROW: Sharon Ander- son, Rose Wentworth, Margaret Jones, Janet Hauser, Vickie Thatch, Mrs. Viola Hyndman. BACK ROW: Irene Tillman, Nancy Rodri- quez, Dee Ann Jewell, Anna Massing, Yolan- da Humphrey, Linda Domangue. BELOW LEFT The homecoming float for the King and Queen is made annually by Key Club. BELOW Mrs. Viola Hyndman, sponsor, and Tri-Hi-Y members Nancy Rodriquez, Mar- garet Jones, and Rose Wentworth work with cancer pads, one of the club ' s many pro- jects. Tri-Hi-Y, Key Club excel in service endeavors Key Club and Tri-Hi-Y once again proved a source of pride at Manual as they served school, church and community with a fervor. Tri-Hi-Y made placemats for nurs- ing homes. They " adopted " elderly persons and visited them regularly. These were rewarding experiences not only for the girls involved but for the elderly with whom they visit- ed. Members also supplied needy families with food and gifts, and sold red derbies at basketball sectional and regional time. Key Club, sponsored by the southside Kiwanis Club, were also busy year-round. They presented a total of six movies in the aud- itorium for family entertainment. They gave wrestling a boost by help- ing to sell popcorn and cokes and forming a band, " Hausers Rouser " , under the direction of Key Clubber Ray Hauser. Members were occupied every day during Key Club week. They attended church together, had a guest speaker on community rela- tions, raked leaves on campus, and polished athletic and band trophies. They also collected for TB and MS, and sold concessions at the 500 Mile Race. Fun activities, other than those mentioned, included a hay- ride, holiday parties, and a swim party. Tri-Hi-Y 35 36 Classes Classes- a word many people as- sociate with learning. All of us have different feelings about different classes. Some are interesting, others fun, others boring. We feel dif- ferently for our classes for various reasons. The presence or absence of friends, our attitude toward the teacher, and our interest in the sub- ject matter are all factors of the type of attitude we have toward our classes. Learning through the class- room is the main reason we are in school. It is also through our classes that we make close friends. Here we can let our ideas be heard. We can compare our ideas to those of our peers. Through classes, we can put to use the ideas we have learned. Classes 37 English classes successfully try phase electives " We feel that language is man ' s most important invention, " ex- plained Mr. Richard Blough, the English Department Head. " We feel English is the basic means as well as the vital key to communications and man ' s mark of humanity. " With this in mind, Manual ' s English De- partment took a change from its traditional values and teaching methods. Besides the six required semes- ters of English many " extras " were available to those who wished to broaden their overall knowledge of the English Language. Speech helped many students to gain speak- ing confidence and poise. Etymolo- gy presented a general picture of how words originated and how the English language developed. An un- derstanding of one ' s behavior in connection to one ' s culture was conveyed through Humanities. Five Phase Elective English classes, an enlargement of the popular mini- courses, placed greater emphasis upon the goals and ambitions of the individual student. Students se- lected just three courses, each last- ing six weeks, in which to study. This program provided a wider choice of subject matter and varie- ty to normal routine. Manual ' s library served the school further this year with the addition of a $17,000 copying machine. Not only were books available but also, many tapes, filmstrips, newspapers, and magazines were at the disposal of every Manual student. TOP Miss Cynthia Mahin turns on a tape recorder for Mark Owens. Tapes and other audio visuals were a great asset. BOTTOM The addition of a copying ma- chine to the library is an aid to students. Here, Miss Helen Negley demonstrates its proper use to Bill Ramage and Michelle Bowers. 38 English TOP During study halls, students may come to the library to use the facilities to help them in their work. LEFT Students write in a phase elective course as Mr. Michael Coffman supervises. ABOVE Mrs. Kathy Nichols leads a discus- sion in one of her English classes. English 39 LEFT Kenny Brown receives assistance from exploratory teacher Faith Housam. BELOW Social Science teacher, James Metz- ler explains the fundamentals of the course to Freshman Tyrone Duff. BOTTOM Mr. Fred Belser ' s Government classes use the vidio tape television to see and hear the " candidates " in a mock elec- 40 Social Studies LEFT Freshman Mary Maxwell and Sopho- more Karen Noe make use of the foreign language lab to study French. The lab is also a good place for language students to view films and listen to tapes. BOTTOM Teresa Combs and Fran Long take a few minutes to enjoy the Spanish pinata. Man reaches for social status: foreign languages relate cultures Promoting the idea that man ' s social status is connected with his culture, past and present, the Social Studies Department set about to re- late this to the students. With th is in mind, several classes had new names: Metropolitan Problems be- came Urban Problems, World His- tory was changed to World Civiliza- tion, and Civics was changed to Social Sciences. Several of the classes carried on interesting projects through the course of the year. Mr. Fred Belser ' s Government classes had " elec- tions " in which a " Southside Con- gressman " was elected from each class. The Urban Problems class under the direction of Mr. James Fuqua, visited the City County Building and the Police Department during the year. A more conversational approach was used this year by the Foreign Language Department. Students tried to speak more of their " second language. " Games such as Scrabble, Monop- oly, and Answer Please proved a fun way to practice French and Spanish in class and added variety to usual classroom routines. A popular addition to the depart- ment wa s a glass case, displaying articles from various countries. This helped students learn about French, Spanish, and Latin cultures. Foreign Language 41 ABOVE Mr. James Walker assists one of his Basic Math students with a particular math problem she is trying to solve. TOP RIGHT Tim Kelly and Pat Calahan check their speed of computation at the blackboard in their Business Math class. RIGHT Turnabout teacher Ed Marcum re- ceives instructions from Mr. Ben Parke before he takes over the class for the period. T 42 Math BELOW Elton Manuel adjusts his micro- scope in order to get a clear picture of what is happening in the microscopic world of his Biology class. BOTTOM Radita Treimanis finishes her lab experiment on the black boxes as Mr. Rex Lewis replaces the mysteries back to their rightful resting place until next year ' s Chemistry classes need them. Math and science students ponder equations, frogs, space, unknown Recognizing the importance of math both in itself and in other fields, many Manualites elected to take more than the required one year for graduation. This year was a combination of both the old and the new. Basic Math, General Math, Algebra, Cal- culus, Geometry, Trigonometry, and a second year of General Math were offered by the department. Whether puzzling over algebraic equations or solving for that mys- terious " x, " Math students found themselves working hard preparing to cope with the advance courses. Taking advantage of the many lectures, films, and experiments, the Science Department students ex- plored energy, the elements, and the origin and development of life and mankind. One highpoint of the year for sophomores occurred when live but unconscious frogs were dissected. This helped the students to under- stand how living creatures perform vital life functions. Slide rules and periodic tables be- came familiar objects to each Chem- istry student. Reaction and composi- tion of chemicals were studied in Chemistry. Physics students concen- trated on motion, force, and time. Once these were mastered, they tackled the inter-relationship of the three. Pupils in Earth Science stud- ied not only the earth, but our solar system and universe as well. Redskins ' love for fine arts inspires creativity What can two hands, a little clay, and a spark of imagination produce? That was the challenge presented to art students in Ceramics, a popular addition to the Art Department ' s curriculum. Products from all classes — Fine Arts, Craft Arts, Jewelry, and Cera- mics — reflected originality, sensi- tivity, and hours of labor. Art Appreciation classes helped students to grasp the aims, feelings, and techniques of artists through the ages. The 1000 slides of master- pieces in the Art Department ' s col- lection were used for enjoyment, study, and illustration. Junior Lee Foster was Manual ' s representative to the newly-formed student board of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Many students won honors. It was a rewarding year for art students whether their project was a hooked rug, a ring, or a self- portrait. Redskins love music. Under the concerned direction of Mrs. Martha Cross, new head of the Music De- partment, students hummed, war- bled, harmonized, played, and marched their way through a chal- lenging year. Although spirits were " dampen- ed " by the IHSMA awards program, the Manual Band proudly represent- ed Manual at Clean Air Day cere- monies and at the 500 Mile Parade. The Pep Band led the way to spirit at home games. GUYS AND DOLLS was a success and the Concert Club ' s perform- ance on the Circle helped spread Christmas cheer. Through their clas- ses and performances, Manual ' s mu- sic students gained confidence, ex- perience, and technical skills. ABOVE The Manual Marching Band prac- tices for the show they performed at football games. The band members worked for hours everyday after school to perfect pregame and halftime shows. RIGHT Members of the Concert Club are surprised by the photographer while ready- ing themselves for their formal picture. Mrs. Martha Cross " directs " the girls into the right positions. 44 Music pmmm — TOP LEFT Jerome Mills and Ray Lockard lis- ten as Benita Strait picks out a tune on an electric piano. This type of piano was a new addition to the Music Department. LEFT As students sketch, art teacher Mr. Nicholas Logsdan offers individual help and suggestions. ABOVE Sue Dewey works with clay in the new Ceramic class. Art 45 TOP Barbara Snead and Darlene Riley stir up a delicious concoction while Mrs. Blanche Ruston looks on in delight. The girls are preparing the dish in Mrs. Ruston ' s Foods III class. ABOVE Mrs. Joyce Hartman gives Beverly Ward instructions on sewing on pockets. Crystal Ragland bastes stitches her material in Mrs. Hartman ' s Clothing I class. RIGHT Carol McLayae and Patty Griffin prepare to begin sewing a garment in their clothing class. 4 46 Home Economics Home Ec classes alter; Business introduces COE Fewer teachers faced increased enrollment in the Home Economics Department this year. Over-crowd- ing forced luncheons out of the pro- gram, yet other activities such as fie ld trips, outside demonstrations, and guest speakers filled the cur- riculum. Most Home Economics classes un- derwent name changes: only Family Living remained the same as last year. Home Nursing became Family Health and Housing and Manage- ment became Homemaking. Social Practice 1 and 2 was combined into a one period, fall semester course, with Child Care and Development offered in the spring. Because of overcrowding, each class spent less time sewing and cooking than pre- viously. Students enrolled in the Business Department could accumulate a major in any of five employment areas: accounting, distributive edu- cation, data processing, clerical, or stenographic work. Co-Operative Office Education, a new course, trained senior students both in class and on the job for office occupations. A new club for COE students, the Office Education Association, was geared toward both community service and business education. Typing and Shorthand remained favorites of students wanting to im- prove job opportunities. Whether majoring in business or not, the Bus- iness Department prepared students in basic business skill and gave spe- cialized training for both personal gain and future career use. TOP Cheryl Briley and Alexis Haddix watch Sharon Long handle the dirty work on the mimieography machine. Learning to run this machine is just one of many skills taught in the COE courses. ABOVE Diana Buckles gives individual help to George Stretch in a Typing I class. Kathy Brent keeps on typing, oblivious to the frivol- ity going on. Business 47 Experiences in shop help create " on-the-job " training for students LEFT Seniors Terry Lowden, Dennis Johnson, David Zike hang up prints of the Senior Class armbands to let them dry. Seniors in all of the Printing classes participated in the making of the armbands worn by the Seniors on Senior Day and other Senior functions. ABOVE Junior Anthony Rust and Sopho- more Mark Ray measure stock for hammer handles in machine shop as one of their six weeks projects for the year. With the goal of giving each stu- dent exploratory experience in vari- ous fields of industry, the Industrial Arts Department put into effect a new program. Less emphasis was put upon the individual projects as be- fore. Instead, more time was spent on creating an " on the job " atmo- sphere. Tool operation, terms, and career type situations were empha- sized in the classroom. Freshmen were introduced to a new program, An Introduction to Industry, in which the student was given an overall view of six selected fields. One full six weeks grading period was spent on each of these subjects; car mechanics construc- tion, el ectricity, graphic arts, metals, and drafting. In each area, the stu- dent would hit only the high points in order to get an overall picture of what to expect in each field. From there, they will be able to choose an area in which to specialize in for the next four semesters. Architectural and Mechanical Drawing classes were conducted in a similar fashion as every student was expected to meet the require- ments at his own pace. Also new this year was the PVE program, Pre-Vocational Education. Classes were conducted in the new portable classroom. Basic aims were to give the students help in homf maintenance and improvement. 48 lndustrial Arts LEFT Mr. Dale Reid helps Junior Bill Zaeng- lein trim down his hammer on the lathe in the Machine Shop. TOP Seniors David Ford, Stuart Copeland, and Junior Jack Cody check one of the many things printed by the Printing classes. ABOVE Freshmen Eddie Gruner and Brian Anderson work on a house framwork in the new portable classroom. The room houses the PVE program which is aimed at giving Freshmen a picture of house repairs. Industrial Arts 49 J L ■ SJ o JL JL ABOVE LEFT Ron Burgess, Sergeant Roy Lawrence, and Sergeant James McDaniel award ROTC cadets with various medals which they have earned. ABOVE RIGHT Dan Pitcher assists Ser- geant James McDaniels in demonstrating to the Freshmen ROTC how to use a rocket launcher. RIGHT Drill team — FRONT ROW: Ron Burgess, Gary Wood, Jeff Hall. BACK ROW: Dan Pitcher, David Liggett, Alice York Rich- ard Beard, Tom Gallagher. C--» ' ..£: ...i. , ' .!•. u 1.1 v h.v r.i " l - y| l ! IBkSBp 9 f 50 ROTC ROTC and Gym instill fitness, skills, discipline Manual ' s ROTC is one of the fin- est in the city. Every year Manual competes in the Annual Federal In- spection which is held at our foot- ball field in April. One of the main features of the ROTC is the rifle team. The team competed against other drill teams throughout the city. Awards were given at the Cadet Federal Inspection for academic achievements, neatness, and per- sonal appearance. Each Thursday an inspection was held to keep each cadet on his military toes. ROTC cadets passed out all pro- grams for football home games and helped rope off the basketball court at home basketball games. Our ROTC has provided excellent preparation for those aiming toward military academies or services. " Classes are really crowded. We have three different classes of about 100 boys, " said Mr. Elwood McBride, head of the Physical Education De- partment. Most activities in beginning clas- ses needed to be on a large scale. These included basketball volley- ball, football, and softball. Advanced classes received more individual at- tention through golf, archery, and bowling. Girls Physical Education classes were basically the same as the boys, only the girls did more written work. They wrote reports on health articles and the sports in which they were involved. Track and field events, touch foot- ball, soccer, basketball, gymnastics, and modern dance were among the girls ' activities. Advanced classes were available to any who wished to take more than the one year of required gym. ABOVE Freshmen Mike Lunn and Mark Knight battle for the rebound in their PE class. The classes were divided into teams with each team playing another team at the various goals around the gym. LEFT This girls gym class warms-up before taking the court for the actual playing of the game of volleyball. Physical Education 51 Manual teachers happily welcome return to normalcy and harmony Manual finally returned to nor- malcy this year. Its faculty was not burdened with worries of bureau- cratic business and could concen- trate on the main problem at hand — the development and growth of Manual ' s students. For the first time in many years, faculty members did not have to worry about being transfered during the first weeks of school. Teachers were assured of number-in-classes because Manual was not affected by Judge Hugh Dillon ' s busing deci- sion. Another teachers ' strike was averted when the School Board reached an agreement on contracts for the 1973-1974 school year. In fact, contracts were signed during the first week of school. It was a big year for teacher pro- motions and new faces in leadership positions. The teachers who filled these po- sitions became directors and leaders for Manual students. Mr. Dan Bolin became Manual ' s second Band di- rector in nineteen years. Mrs. Mar- tha Cross was appointed head of the Music Department. The new Dean of Girls was Mrs. Mary Jane Haas. Ms. Toni Hammer assumed the lead- ership of the Publications Office. The duties of Director of Acitvities kept Miss Joyce Simmons busy. Mr. Ray schultz, new Varsity Football coach, led the Redskin team to a .500 season. TOP LEFT Principal Howard C. Thrall, who " reigns " over the entire school, relaxes in his " throne. " BOTTOM Vice-principal E. Franklin Fisher confers over the telephone while his Turna- bout teacher Marshall Wingler intently listens to the conversation. Marshall spent the entire day with Mr. Fisher learning about the vari- ous tasks a vice-principal performs during the course of a day. 52 Faculty mNN Mr. Howard C. Thrall Mr. William T. Bess Mr. E.Franklin Fisher Mrs. Mary Jean Haas Mr. Fred A. Jones Mr. Fred Ahlemeyer Mrs. Ruth Albro Mrs. Barbara B. Anderson Mrs. Jean Bacus Mrs. Betty Baker Mr. Harold H. Baumer Mr. Fred Belser Mr. Fred J. Bennett Mr. Harold E. Bennett Mr. Richard Blough Miss Barbara A. Boeldt Mr. Daniel P. Bolin Mr. Jack Brown Mr. Roy L. Calder Mrs. Charlotte Camfield Mr. Daniel Camplese Mr. Joseph A. Carroll Mr. John Ceder Mr. John Ciochina Mr. Harold B.Clark Mr. Michael Coffman Miss Margaret Consodine Mr. Arthur B.Cook Miss Audrey Corne Mr. Robert Crawford Faculty 53 CAFETERIA STAFF FRONT ROW: Oliver Williams, Ida Christy, Christina Black, Lillie Dickerson, Frances Stevens, Blanche Wall- man, Ruth Wallace, Geneva Kinnaman, Ray Cloyd, Martha Rudisell. SECOND ROW: Es- ther Magenheimer, Rosetta Carmichael, Flo- rence Lawrenz, Helen Moore, Florence Able, Hedwig Scanlon, Ruthann Emery, Rosemary Gabbard, Annabelle Weddle. BACK ROW: Mima Preston, Irene Greeson, Esther Mea- dor, Edith Hoffmann, Rebecca McClure, Irene Kuhn, Nancy Parker, Vivian Hittle, Gerturde Henning, Maxine Townsend, Gayle Shaw, Marilyn Petrie, Mary Ruth Strain. Mrs. Audrey Crcmkhite Mrs. Martha Cross Mrs. Marilyn Dever Mrs. Susan Donges Mr. John R. Easley Mrs. Irma H. Farthing Mr. Jack Foster Mr. Michael H. Frederick Mr. Kenneth E. Freeman Mr. James A. Fuqua Mr. Robert T. Gallamore Mr. Carsey E. Gentry Mr. Richard Gira Miss Margaret Goebel Mr. Georg e Gray Miss Carolyn Griffin Mrs. Maryann Hall Mr. John Hallett Ms. Toni Hammer Ms. Linda Hammond $££ » ; i li J Faculty 54 Mrs. Joyce Hartman Mr. LeRoy Heminger Mr. Willard D. Hendersor Mr. Raymond Hendrick Mr. Robert E. Hignite Mrs. Jane A. Hodgin Mrs. Lynne Hopkins Mr. Hugh Hughes Mr. Russell Hughes Mrs. Viola Hyndman Mr. Dennis L. Jackson Mr. Donald E. Johnson Mr. Paul R. Johnson Mr. John Krueger Sgt. Roy E. Lawrence Mrs. Vi Hauser, attendance clerk, begins her responsibility by preparing admit slips for students who have been absent. Mrs. Hauser is also in charge of preparing and handing out the attendance sheet for every day of school. Faculty 55 Miss Kathryn ). Lawrie Mr. C. Rex Lewis Mr. Nicholas K. Logsdon Ms. Cynthia Mahin Ms. Ann Manning Mr. Edward C. Maybury Mr. Elwood McBride Mr. Dennis Wayne McCIa Mrs. Marilyn E. McCloud MSG )ames B. McDaniel Mr. Victor M. McDowell Mr. James A. Metzler Mrs. Jacqueline H. Meyer Ms. Belinda N. Miller Mr. Francis R. Moriarty Emptying trash cans is all part of the job for Mr. Gene Bowman, Manual custodian. The custodians and matrons do a great job in keeping Manual in " tip-top " condition all year around. e 56 Faculty Mrs. Mary Jean Haas, Dean of Girls, makes one of her many phone calls to parents in hopes of finding out why a girl is absent from school. The responsibilities of reducing absenteeism and truantism is shared by Mrs. Haas, Mr. Fred Jones, Dean of Boys and Mr. Gerry Root, assistant Dean of Boys. Besides checking excuses for absences, the deans handle all discipline problems sent to them by classroom teachers. Miss Helen Negley Mrs. Kathy Nichols Mr. Daniel K. Nolan Mr. Harold W. Pagel Mr. Ronald B. Parke Mr. Louis Parnell Miss Annes Patton Mr. Brownell Payne Mr. David G. Phillips Mr. Alfred L. Pike Mrs. Louise Plummer Mrs. Evelyn Potter Miss Dorothy Powell Mr. Dale W. Reid Mr. Arthur Roney Faculty 57 Mr. Gerald B. Root Mr. William Rosenstihl Mrs. Alma Z. Rush Mrs. Blanche Ruston Mr. Robert E. Rynard Mr. Samuel D. Sangar Mr. Nathan J. Scheib Mr. Raymond C. Schultz Miss Joyce Simmons Mr. Ted Sims Mrs. Steven W. Smidley Mr. Robert F. Snoddy Mr. Wayne F. Spinks Mrs. Polly Sterling Mrs. Phyllis Sullivan © c? © Two of the most helpful people at Manual are Robert Floyd and Florence Dalton, Police Officers. They are in charge of security and the well-being of Manual students. 58 Faculty Miss Jane Swengel Mrs. Bonnie Swickard Mrs. Mary Thomas Mr. Marvin W. Thorpe Mr. Homer Travelstead, Jr. Miss Linda VanHoy Mr. James E. Walker Mr. Leland F. Walter Mr. John Wells Mr. Charles J. Wettric! Mr. Thomas G. Williams Mrs. Corrie F. Wilson Mr. Steve Witty Mrs. Reba Wooden Miss Sue Workman Mr. Carl E. Wright Mrs. Joan Bennett Mrs. Ritajo Estell Mrs. Dorothea Fraze Miss Charlotte Hafer Mrs. Vi Hauser Mrs. Donna Newton Mrs. Frances Hill Mrs. Edith Hoffman Mrs. Virginia Huckleberry Mr. Lloyd Powell Mrs. Marilyn Prifogle Mr. Noble Thorp Mrs. Hilda Van Arsdale Mrs. Kathy Whiteside Faculty 59 SPORTS I school redskins winning competition action running " stars " excitement spirit healthy skills athletes after school work pride demanding spectators crunch quick losing exertion putting-out practice perfection brotherhood effort awards recognition participating teamwork 60 Sports LEFT Coach Ray Schultz shouts out defen- sive strategy from the sidelines during a game. Encouragement and constant sideline help is an important part of the many tasks the coaches take on. BELOW Senior Wilfred Jimison eludes the grasp of a would-be tackier. This was just one of the many moves which enabled Wil- fred to gain nearly 1,000 total yards. Varsity Football FRONT ROW: Manager Alan Fultz, Robert Shelton, Brett Andrews, Mark Holmes, Tom O ' Connor, Rolfe Bruce, Wilfred Jimison, Jeff Bunnell, Bill Davis, David McDaniel, Manager Stan Mathis. SECOND ROW: Coach Dan Nolan, Coach Gerry Root, Joe McHugh, Dean Stegemoller, Larry Vaughn, Mark Campbell, Don Kasper, Terry Thacker, Bob Stubbs, Jerry Ancelot, Paul Osmon, Coach Dennis Jack- son, Coach Ray Schultz. BACK ROW: Mark Hawkins, Chuck Cothron, John Smith, Marlon Followell, John Masengale, Carl Jones, Tom Wil- liams, Charlie Haines, Steve Thorpe. 62 Football Schultz ' s debut shows quickness, toughness, pride Under the direction of first year Head Coach Raymond Schultz, the 1973 Varsity Football team ended the season in a flourish by winning four of their last six games to finish with an even record of 5-5. Playing one of the " toughest schedules " in the city, the team opened the season with a loss to Northwest. Shortridge, seventh ranked team in the state at that time, was the first victim of the Redskins and Coach Schultz. The victory was short-lived however, as the squad fell on successive week- ends to Washington and Howe. Bre- beuf was the next to fall to the team as they travelled to Pike for the game. Cathedral, number one in the city, barely escaped the Red- skins on a last second field goal as the ' Skins completely dominated the game. Ritter and Roncalli fell victim to the " fired " up team. South- port dampened the Homecoming by defeating Manual in a close defen- sive struggle. The Redskins closed out the year with a win over Wood. The team was lead by the running of Wilfred Jimison. Jimison was the leading ground gainer as well as the leading scorer. He was backed by the fine play of Don Kasper, Jeff Bunnell, Mark Campbell, John Ma- sengale, Carl Jones, Chuck Coth- ron, Rolfe Bruce, Terry Thacker, and Brett Andrews. LEFT Larry Vaughn drags three defenders with him as his second effort changes a loss into a long gain. ABOVE Mark Campbell and Brett Andrews dive for a loose ball in the line of scrimmage during the Cathedral game. Football 63 Sophomore Quarterback Brett Andrews races for the endzone during second half action against Southport. Brett was called upon to quarterback the team after first string quar- terback Mark Campbell was injured in the first half. Manual Opponent 6 Northwest 22 L 18 Shortridge 12 W Washington 36 L 20 Howe 34 L 30 Brebeuf 16 W 6 Cathedral 9 L 21 Ritter 20 W 22 Roncalli W 3 Southport 7 L 20 Wood 10 W Younger teams sweat, strive, build for future Through the playing time they got, Reserve and Freshmen players gained valuable experience which will be needed for future years as Manual football players. The Reserve team finished the year with a 5-3-1 record as they won their last two ballgames. First year Coach Dan Nolan commented on the season by saying, " The team came out winners and will carry on that tradition next year as Varsity players. " Coach Jim Metzler ' s Freshmen team finished the year at 3-5-1 be- hind outstanding performances by Mark Owens, Tom Finchum, and Tom Masengale. These were just a few who showed great promise. 64 Football Jl fLJL f) if . ' RESERVE FOOTBALL FRONT ROW; Man- ager Alan Fultz, Dereke Cain, John Beamon, Tom Plahitko, Joe Collins, Earl Bowers, Leonard King, Greg Moore, Mark Bateman. SECOND ROW: Coach Dan Nolan, Ivan Delk, Jim Jones, Chuck Riley, Tim Collins, Ray Haley, Jim White, Vernon Webb, Don Butler. BACK ROW: Lee Jones, Chuck Dunigan, Don Stillabower, Steve Surber, Ron Henry, George Stretch, Harold Keys, Steve Williams, Dave Brown. FRESHMEN FOOTBALL FRONT ROW; Wally Evans, Bob McWhirter, Gary Holmes, Jose Morado, Scott Pryor, Ricky Maxey, Mark Owens, Fred Jimison. SECOND ROW: Man- ager Doug Hubbs, Bill White, Kevin Corsaro, Kurt Schnepf, Otis Gamble, Alvin Stokes, Mark Surber, Pat Collins. THIRD ROW: Coach Jim Metzler, Ron Driver, Tom Finch- um, Tony Grimes, Charles Lacy, Ron Howell, Don Underwood, Keith Freeman, Coach Michael Frederick. BACK ROW: Bill Mea- dows, Scott Merrick, Jeff McNeely, Larry Wood, Tim McWhirter, Jim Wall, John Wood, Tom Masengale, Tony McGraw, Elton Williams. A S,»i - 7 2m M TOP Junior Joe McHugh puts the " bash " to a Southport Cardinal as Don Kasper comes up to make sure Joe gets the job done. Don made All-State linebacker as well as All-City in his last year as a Redskin. ABOVE All-City lineman John Masengale leads a wave of Manual blockers down the field in hopes of springing one of our ball- carriers. Also in pursuit are Senior Jeff Bun- nell and Junior Charlie Haines. LEFT Manual ' s extra-point team awaits the snap of the ball from center Jeff Bunnell. Sophomore Tom O ' Connor supplied the " foot power " which had been lacking from Redskin Football for a long time. Football 65 LEFT Taking a rest during practice sessions are runners Bill Fikes and Dennis Brink. LOWER LEFT Freshmen Cross Country — David Stenger, Tony Grubbs, Tony Gray, Bryon Parker, Ray Wright, Mike Hittle, Coach Al Pike. BELOW Coach Pike puts the clock on Larry Milli and Keith Smith during the Southport Meet. Cross Country men run rampant by achieving a winning season For the fourth straight year, Man- ual ' s Varsity Cross Country team finished with a winning 8-6 record under the coaching of Mr. Al Pike. The distance men ran to an eighth place finish in the City Meet. Senior Russ Finley was the leading runner for the ' Skins, with the best time of the year. He was backed by Les Estes, Tom Ruoff, and Larry Milli. The Reserve team finished the year by defeating Southport ' s Varsity team. They finished with an impres- sive 11-2 record and a second place finish in the City Meet. The Freshmen were paced by Ray Wright, who set a new Manual rec- ord for the mile run. He led the first year men to an overall record of 2-4 and a fourth place finish in the City. 66 Cross Country H - " T - ' : rr . to TOP Manual and Southport Cross Country teams take off from the starting point be- hind the pagoda in Garfield Park. This dual meet, won by Manual, was a sign of what is to come as all the Manual runners were from the Reserve team. ABOVE Varsity Cross Country — FRONT ROW: Dan Sease, Larry Milli, Keith Smith, Steve Former, Vic Casada. BACK ROW: Coach Al Pike, Butch Fikes, Morris Squire, Tom Ruoff, Les Estes, Russ Finley, Dennis Brink, Tim Whiting. .ji M • Ki Cross Country 67 Little white balls challenge ' Skins in golf, tennis Manual ' s Varsity Golf and Tennis teams were paced by the solid play of several outstanding underclass- men. Golf Coach Woody McBride and Tennis Coach Robert Hignite designated this lack of varsity ex- perience as the only trouble for their teams. The 1973 Golf team, led by Fresh- man Sam Bowling, finished the year 10-11. Bowling, winner of the Bridgeford Award, was the low shooter for the team. He was follow- ed by Sophomore Gerry Walden, Freshmen John Greer and Francis Kriese, and Junior Gary Elfers. Be- hind them, the team placed seventh in the City and ninth in the Sectional meets. The 73-74 Racketmen, led by Fritz Kriese and Chuck Laetsh, end- ed the season with a record of 5-4. These two sophomores were backed by the play of Freshman Brian Kent, Junior Jim Jurgen, and Seniors Char- lie Johnson and Doug Polen. The team finished well in the City and the Sectional meets with sixth and fifth place finishes respectively. ABOVE Golfer Keith Lee studies a prac- tice putt in preparation for a golf match. LEFT Golf — FRONT ROW: Hugh Martin, Jerry Walden, Sam Bowling, John Greer. SECOND ROW: Gary Elfers, Bob Buckles, Terry Ennis, Keith Lee, Coach Woody Mc- Bride. 68 Golf f F RIGHT Chuck Laetsch uses his backhand to return an opponent ' s serve during a home match at Garfield Park. BELOW Tennis — FRONT ROW: Dan Keeney, Greg Bentle, Doug Polen, Charles Laetsch. BACK ROW: Coach Robert Hignite, Becky Elg, Charlie Johnson, Jim Jurgens, Fritz Kriese, Brian Kent. LOWER RIGHT Doug Polen intently awaits the return of the ball as Jim Jurgens plays his match in the background. BOTTOM Brian Kent prepares to serve the ball to his opponent during his match. Tennis 69 Rommel leads ' Skin grapplers to 8-4 season Compiling an 8-4 regular season record, the Varsity Wrestling team presented Coach Jack Foster with his fifth winning season in a row. With only one senior on the squad, inexperience kept the team from further accomplishments. If the en- thusiasm which produced two City Champions and two State Finalists carries over with the underclass- men, Manual ' s wrestling future looks very bright. The first two positions were the best starting combination in the City as Junior Jack Spaulding and Senior Rommel Smith won the City Cham- pionships in their respective weight classes. Rommel finished the season undefeated and suffered his only loss of the year during the Finals as he finished his wrestling career as State Runner-up. Other outstanding performances were turned in by several other un- derclassmen. These included such men as Robert Mullen, Steve Har- mon, Mike Schick, Pat Arnold, and Larry Vaughn. All of these will prove invaluable next year. ABOVE City Champion Jack Spaulding gains points with a take-down during the City Meet. Jack is only a Junior and promises to be one of the several who hope to carry the team through next years ' season. VARSITY-RESERVE WRESTLING FRONT ROW: Kevin Moore, Robert Mullen, Mike Schick, Pat Arnold, Jack Spaulding, and Rom- mel Smith. SECOND ROW: Steve Williams, Earl Bowers, Brian Moore, and George Ruth. THIRD ROW: Dave McDaniel, John Robert- son, Don Stillabower, and Tom Wood. BACK ROW: Coach Jim Metzler, Jay Hudson, Carl Inman, Tom Brooks, Britt Dickinson, Kurt Kriese, Bob Lochard, Joe Demers, and Coach Jack Foster. 70 Wrestling RIGHT Senior Rommel Smith maneuvers around an opponent in one of the home meets of the year. Rommel finished the reg- ular season with a perfect mark on his way to gaining such honors as City Champion and State Runner-up in the course of the year. FRESHMAN WRESTLING FRONT ROW: Peter McKay, Dwight Pinner, Mark Owens, Tony Gray, and Jeff Spaulding. BACK ROW: Coach Dan Nolan, Mark Surber, Dean Smith, Charles Lacy, James Pinner, and Scott Mer- rick. BELOW RIGHT Junior Steve Harmon gains valuable top position on an opponent. BOTTOM Another junior, Larry Vaughn, prepares to finish off an opponent during sectional competition at Franklin Central. " Boo Boo " reached the State Finals but was involved in a precedent double disqualifi- cation where there was no first or second place awarded in the 177 pound class. Wrestling 71 Redskins ' Sectional win crowns good 14-9 season Dedication and a lot of heart car- ried the Varsity Basketball team to Manual ' s first Sectional Crown in thirteen years. Not since the Van- Arsdale twins led the ' Skins to the State Finals has a Manual team ad- vanced as far. Forgetting the " ifs " and the " almosts " , the ' Skins of Coach Fred Belser came to life towards thp nd of the regular sea- son enroute to compiling an impres- sive 14-9 winning record. This was the best record since 1965. Playing when the occasion arose, the ' Skins scored wins over some of the best teams in the city. Led by guards Ernie Hill and Derrick John- son in the scoring department, and the rebounding of Gary Elfers, Carl Jones, and Kevin Richardson, the ' Skins defeated such teams as Ca- thedral, -Washington, Shortridge, and City-Champion Tech. Heading into the last month of competition, the team tuned up for Sectional play by winning four of the last six regular season games. Easing by Wood and Howe in the first two games, Manual won the right to face Beech Grove in the final game at Southport. Close all the way, the game was decided on a pair of last minute freethrows by Gary Elfers. The win gave the team the Championship and surprised many of the " experts. " Hopes were dampened the following Saturday however, as Ben Davis defeated the ' Skins as Manual was whistled for almost three times as many fouls as the Giants. ytff? ABOVE Mass happiness followed the title game as the team is swamped by joyous fol- lowers. The Sectional title ended a thirteen year drought for Manual and filled the en- tire school with the pride and unity of be- ing " tops. " RIGHT Senior Gary Elfers puts in a turning left hand shot in the game at Southport. Gary came on towards the end of the year to guide the team to the Southport Sec- tional Title. 72 Basketball RIGHT Junior Ernie Hill soars high for two more points in a win over Washington. Ernie averaged almost twenty points as he led the Redskins in scoring. BELOW Guard Derrick Johnson drives in for two points despite the outstretched arms of Wayne Radford of Arlington. VARSITY BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Man- ager Alan Fultz, Ernie Hill, Connie Baker, Brian Bingham, Brett Andrews, Derrick John- son, and Manager Bob Eader. BACK ROW: Coach Fred Belser, Mark Haw- kins, Carl Jones, Ken Thompson, Gary Elfers, Kevin Richardson, Ron Henry, and Gary Wolfe. MANUAL OPPONENT 55 Northwest 59 L 90 Cathedral 89 W 70 Washington 69 W 99 Roncalli 41 w 70 Marshall 80 L 45 Columbus North 70 L 85 Wood 84 W 79 Franklin Central 71 W 57 Broad Ripple 76 L 81 Perry Meridian 64 W 64 Chatard 1 L 82 Tech 1 W 57 Chatard (CITY) 73 L 85 Lawrence Central 64 W 77 Arlington 81 L 61 Shortridge 57 W 84 Howe 78 W 79 Ben Davis 64 w 58 Southport SECTIONAL 66 L 68 Wood 60 W 78 Howe 55 W 64 Beech Grove REGIONAL 6! W 53 Ben Davis 57 I Basketball 73 in?...- If r ABOVE Senior Mark Hawkins scores two in Manual ' s basketball debut with the Perry Meridian Falcons. Mark was a valuable as- set to the team as he would come in off the bench to start a rally or keep the ' Skins going. ABOVE LEFT Kevin Richardson fires for two points against the Southport Cardinals. Man- ual lost this year to the Cardinals in a very close game. In the end it was Manual ' s inconsistency at the free throw line which did the team in. RESERVE BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Keith Lee, Lee Jones, Sharper Cunningham, Sam Russ, Jack Cody, and Chuck Riley. BACK ROW: Coach Bill Rosenstihl, John Himes, John Greer, Rick Hawkins, and Mark Bate- man. 74 Basketball Classy freshmen crown winning season with City Tourney victory For the first time since the Van- Arsdale twins played in 1957 Man- ual ' s Freshman Basketball team won the City Championship crown. Fin- ishing the regular season with an impressive 14-4 record, which in- cluded a ten game winning streak, the Freshmen of Coach Steve Witty ended the year in a similar way. The tourney trek began with the Attucks Tigers. Hitting with deadly accuracy, the team overwhelmed the Tigers by a score of 62-34. Cathe- dral was the next foe in their quest. The Irish were no match for the ' Skins as Manual won by a score of 45-35. Things began to get a little rougher as the competition began to stiffen. Howe was the Semi-Final opponent and proved a formidable obstacle. Having had squeezed by the Hornets in regular seaso n by one point, the team had on their hands a game which was figured to be close. It was! Behind most of the game, Manual let loose dur- ing the second half to salvage a win on a free-throw by Charles Cook with one second remaining on the clock. The final score was 46-45. In the final game, Manual faced the Broad Ripple Rockets in our gym. Broad Ripple had defeat- ed the ' Skins earlier in the year. The game was a close one with neither team giving up. With one minute remaining, the score was tied at 45-45. Having lost the ball and a chance to win, things looked bad. But a Broad Ripple error gave the ' Skins one last chance for a win. With 18 seconds remaining, the team brought the ball down the court looking for a clear, open shot. With 3 seconds left, Tom Fin- chum took a desperation shot from about fifteen feet out which went through the hoop for a 47 to 45 win. With such outstanding play by outstanding underclassman on all three teams — Varsity, Reserve, and Freshman; Manual ' s basketball fu- ture appears to be very bright in all three spots. Next year could be THE year for Manual basketball and spectators. ABOVE Coach Steve Witty trims the net off the basket following the City Championship game. Coach Witty ' s Freshmen won the crown with a 47 to 45 win over Broad Ripple. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Manager Doug Hubbs, Randy Haynes, Mark Jackson, Brian Parker, Mark Balls, Mike Hit- tie, Robert Greer, Tom Finchum and Man- ager Bob Hawkins. BACK ROW: Coach Steve Witty, Earl Tardy, Raymond Whitley, John Vaughn, Jeff McNeely, Elton Williams, Charles Cook, Tony McGraw, and Tom Mas- engale. Cheerleaders are Cheryl Walters, Debbie Birch, Patricia Harris, and Robin Henderson. Basketball 75 TOP LEFT The girl ' s basketball team dis- cuss tactics of the game with Coaches Kathryn Lawrie and Tom Fox. TOP RIGHT GIRL ' S VARSITY BASKETBALL — FRONT ROW: Maria Huber, Jackie Miller, Carrie Kennedy, Yvette Mann, Karla And- rews, Mary Mullin, Karen O ' Connor. SEC- OND ROW: Manager Marty Berzins, Lynn Dotson, Gail Dotson, Twyla Miller, Peggy Dotson, Martha Mullin, Coach Tom Fox. ABOVE Peggy Dotson returns the ball while team members prepare to assist. LEFT Karla Andrews takes a jump shot in a game against Broad Ripple. 76 G.A.A. Girls ' sports improve with early and more practice Athletic competition for females increased and improved this year with better organization and deter- mination. The girls ' sports program included volleyball, basketball as winter sports and tennis and track as spring sports. Because male sports have priority of the gym, the volleyball and bas- ketball teams were forced to prac- tice at 6:30 a.m. The volleyball team coached by Miss Kathy Lawrie ended the season with a 4-8 record. So many girls turned out for the sport that a varsity and a reserve squad played scheduled games. The team lost to Howe in the first game of the sec- tionals in their bid for the state volleyball championship. Basketball team members drib- beled, shot, and rebounded their way to a 5-6 season. Coach Tom Fox, assisted by Rex Gaddis and Miss Kathy Lawrie, drilled and advised the girls through a relatively tough schedule from December to March. The girls worked hard all season on shooting, defense and free throws. Yet with all their work, free throws were the weakest area in the teams playing. This was the cause of some losses. TOP GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL - FRONT ROW: Marva Gurlev. Carol Smith. Jenny Wood, Sharon Esselborn, Patricia Wright, Karon Esselborn, Phyllis Walker, Con- nie Thompson. BACK ROW: Melinda Kemp, Patricia Wil- liams, Cheryl Muse, Peggy Dotson, Patti Har- den, Coach Kathy Lawrie, Debra Stewart, Gail Dotson, Carrie Kennecy, Louise Hender- son. ABOVE Carrie Kennedy sets up the ball for a teammate at a home volleyball match. LEFT Going up for a lay-up is Mary Mul- lin. The fast break proved successful many times. G.A.A. 7 " t xr.w. : aw 1 l " 1 ' ! ' ; ? 1 ! 1 Jghv m 9 9 TOP LEFT Luther Rush strains for a few more inches as he takes off from the board in the long jump competition. TOP RIGHT Freshmen Track — FRONT ROW: Alan Fultz, Carl Bauman, Tim Hamilton, Vic Casada, Bruce Peterson, Robert Oliver, Keith Stofer, Brett Andrews. SECOND ROW: Coach Al Pike, Hobart Turner, Randy Hibaugh, John Hindman, Jim White, Elton Manuel, Russ Osborne, Cornelius Vaughn, Lee Jones, BACK ROW: Dan Sease, Leonard King, Dale Hedgspeth, Tom Davis, Kent Whitley, Ricky Maxwell, Clavis Hendon, Greg DeBoor. ABOVE Varsity Track — FRONT ROW: Bob Eader, Randy Simpson, Sharper Cunningham, Les Estes, Steve Surber, Rolfe Bruce, Brian Bingham, Henry Freeman, Richard Luedemann, Mark Holmes, Greg Young, Kevin Goodwin, Keith Smith, Roy Bostick. SECOND ROW: Coach " Mo " Moriarty, Greg Kello, Tom Ruoff, James Jones, George Novak, Russ Finley, Ricky Dobbins, Dennis Hilbert, Christpus Robbins, Rueben Gay, Barry Stickford, Larry Milli, Steve Former, Tim Birch- man, Dave Roberts, Coach Ray Schultz. BACK ROW: Eddie Owens, 78 Track Mark Montgomery, John Meehan, Randy Johnson, Royce Allen, Mike Grider, John Masengale, Ronny Henry, Roger Carroll, David Huber, Terry Thacker, Ron McElroy, Daryl Davie, Luther Rush, Bill Noel. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT Royce Allen shows the form he displayed during the entire track season in the low hurdles. This form enabled him to become City, County, Sectional, and Regional Champion. BOTTOM RIGHT Trackettes — FRONT ROW: Annette Clark, Lori Smith, Nancy Stafford, Cindy Davis, Sindi Shelton, Bobbi Lloyd, Connie Smith, Diana Suttner, Marilyn White. SECOND ROW: Donna Mosely, Barb Roberts, Carol Lewis, Karen Noe, Brenda Huckabe, Cindy Dillon, Alice York, Nicey West. THIRD ROW; Diann Newport, Liz Adams, Ruth Gomnel, Karla Conner, Angie Byland, Donna Heacox, Laurie Gray, Debbie Alderson. BACK ROW: Dorothy Powell, sponsor, Karla Borkes, Gwen Davie, Ann McCarty, Jane Maxwell, Sandy Brown. Cheers acclaim Moriarty ' s men for 12-2 record Under the leadership of Coach Moriarty, the 1973 Varsity Track team kept up their winning ways. Finishing with a 12-2 record, it was the eighteenth straight year that the Varsity Track team has finished with a winning season. Behind the outstanding perfor- mances of a fine senior nucleus, the Redskins finished third in the City and Sectional Meets. These included co-MVPs Royce Allen and Roger Carroll, Luther Rush, Mike Crider, Mark Shives, Dave Huber, Randy Johnson, John Meehan and Eddie Owens. Individual honors were earned by these seniors: Royce Allen, City, County, Sectional, and the Regional Champion in the low hurdles as well as fourth in the State Meet; Roger Carroll, City Mile Champion; 880 Relay team, Allen, Shives, Meehan, and Owens, City County, and the Sectional Champions. Top returning " stars " this year in- clude John Masengale, Tom Ruoff, Darol Davie, Russ Finley, Rolfe Bruce, and Terry Thacker. Manu£ I Opponent I 87 Chatard 40 W 108 Roncalli 19 w 97 Scecina 30 w 42 Warren Central 84 L 82 Arlington 45 w 109 Ritter 13 w 79 Marshall 44 W i Shortridge 42 106 Cathedral 20 w 114 Attucks 13 w 48 Southport 79 L 65 Wood 62 w 79 Howe 48 w 102 Broad Ripple 25 w 79 Washington 48 w Track 79 ABOVE Senior Norman Leonard follows through with a pitch as catcher Charlie John- son readies for the delivery. TOP CENTER Herb Clark connects for the Redskin cause at one of the home games. BOTTOM CENTER Senior Don Goad comes into third base at Southport Sectional play. Don captained the team to the sectional crown. 80 Baseball Manual Opponent 4 Ritter 6 L 2 Franklin Central W 3 Arlington W Chatard 2 L 3 Chatard 11 L Bloomington N. 3 L 1 Bloomington N. 9 L 14 Broad Ripple 1 W 11 Brebuef 1 W Southport 4 L 6 Deaf School W 11 Ritter W 2 Ben Davis 3 L 7 Roncalli 2 W Chatard 3 L 5 Tech 4 W 7 Washington 3 W 2 Warren Central 1 W 6 Northwest 5 W 2 Scecina 1 W 3 Wood 2 w 9 Cathedral 3 w 2 Howe 3 L 9 Washington w 15 Roncalli 5 w 3 Franklin Central 1 w 1 Marshall 3 L Winning streak brings Manual ' s baseball squad to Sectional win Winning fifteen of the last twenty ballgames of the season, Manual ' s 1973 Varsity Baseball squad earned City Runner-up title as well as Southport Sectional Championship crowns enroute to compiling an im- pressive 17-10 season reacord. Entering City Tournament play with a 2-5 record, Manual defeated Deaf School and Ritter behind the shutout pitching of Seniors Rick Gabbard and Norman Leonard. The Redskins got into the finals by de- feating Roncalli by a score of 7-2. However, Chatard ' s Trojans repeat- ed as City Champions when they defeated the Redskins 3-0 in the final. Behind the .300 plus hitting of Seniors Mark Montgomerey, Rick Gabbard, Captain Don Goad, and MVP Norman Leonard, Maunal tuned up for Sectional play by win- ning seven of the last eight regular season games. Manual opened the Sectional play by defeating Washington by the score of 9-0. The Redskins then de- feated Roncalli 15-5 with the aid of a grand-slam home run by Rick Gabbard. Manual defeated Franklin Central, barely in time for the Sen- iors to participate in graduation exercises in their uniforms, by the score of 3-1 in the Sectional final. The victory was short-lived however, as they dropped their Regional opener to the Marshall Patriots 3-1. Varsity Baseball FRONT ROW: Mark Camp- bell, Perry Corbett, Dean Stegemoller, Bill Fikes, Mark Rollings, Jerry Richmond, Doug Polen, Herbie Clark. SECOND ROW: Joe Harmon, Rick Gabbard, Mark Montogomery, Bob Smith, Norman Leonard, Tony White, Steve Harmon, Manager Lang Brownlee. BACK ROW Coach Bill Rosenstihl, Tom Al- len, Don Goad, Ron Goad, Steve Thorpe, Garry Wolfe, Charlie Johnson, Coach Steve Witty. Baseball 81 Spirited females shout ' victory ' , encourage spectators, boost teams ABOVE Varsity Cheerleaders Tanya Camp- bell and Karla Conner perform one of the many stunts they used in their cheers. RIGHT WRESTLING GREETERS — FRONT ROW: Maria Hounchell, Milli O ' Haver, Ms. Belinda Miller, Donna Mosley, Carol Lewis. SECOND ROW: Debbie Alte, Michelle Bow- ers, Phyllis Smith, Jill Hill. BACK ROW: Deb- bie Byland, Debbie Alderson, Mary Ruth. Our girls in red and white once again encouraged the spectators to cheer for the Manual Redskins. Chants, cheers, and cries for vic- tory were heard on the court, field, and mats. The cheerleaders worked hard this year to boost school spirit and student participation at home and away games. They participated in two spirit weeks, sponsored by the Key Club and SAB. The varsity and reserve cheer- leaders attended Vincennes Univer- sity Cheerleading Camp for one week during the summer. Along with other high school cheerleaders, the girls learned many new cheers and routines. They participated in contests between the various squads. Our girls brought home sev- eral ribbons and a spirit stick. Backing our grapplers were the wrestling greeters. This year there were more greeters than in the past, allowing for separate varsity and re- serve squads. The girls took tickets at home meets, helped with score- keeping, and gave a general boost of spirit to the wrestlers. The two squads were chosen by Coach James Metzler. Ms. Belinda Miller spon- sored the greeters this year. The girls agreed that being a greeter was fun and a good way to get involved. 82 Cheerleaders TOP VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Cathy Bus- singer, Melinda Kemp, Karla Conner, Karla Andrews, Donna Thompson, Tanya Camp- bell. ABOVE LEFT RESERVE CHEERLEADERS — Patti Burnette, Nicey West, Marite Berzins, Sindi Shelton, Clarice Favors, Cindy Dillon. LEFT FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS — FRONT ROW: Candice Madison, Robin Henderson, Cheryl Walters. BACK ROW: Sue Lang, Fele- cia Robinson, Patricia Harris. ABOVE Preparing for a pep session are cheerleaders Cindy Dillon, Karla Andrews, and Nicey West. The girls also made signs to build more spirit for the Manual teams. Cheerleaders 83 SCHOOL LIFE friendships lasting memories essential lacking joy work ball games clubs dances auds field trips teachers lunch study halls conferences announcements BOOSTERS passes monitors homeroom assistants fun apathetic social private Ivian sharing bookstores yellow slips report cards 84 School Life School Life 85 ABOVE LEFT Tim Crafton and Debbie Cra- dick take a ride around the track after being selected Homecoming King and Queen. LEFT Cheerleaders Tanya Campbell and Melinda Kemp, Mascot Rhonda Denton, and Homecoming crowd show their apprecia- tion as Manual scores. TOP Coach Ray Schultz ' truck is decorated and driven in the halftime parade. ABOVE Freshman football players Tom Finchum and Tom Masengale " roll out the carpet " for Homecoming halftime festivities. 86 Homecoming Homecoming combines old and new in revised halftime pageantry Though losing the football game, Homecoming brought about as big a burst of enthusiasm as has ever been seen around Manual. With it came a return to old tradi- tions as well as the introduction of new ones. Excitement filled the halls throughout the day as classes, most notably those of Coach Ray Schultz, paused moments before the bells rang to lead neighboring rooms in " Beat Southport! " cheers. MUC members dressed as Indians, com- plete with warpaint and tomahawks. Key Club-sponsored floats were dis- played on campus for the first time in many years. The Roines float was awarded the " Best Theme " award while the Publications office receiv- ed the " Best Design " plaque. Most of the crowd arrived early that even- ing for a Dad ' s Club Fish Fry and a pre-game pep session. Halftime festivities began in near- freezing weather with a parade around the track, with the Band and King and Queen candidates. High- light of halftime festivities came when Tim Crafton and Debbie Cra- dick were crowned King and Queen to the tune of " Tonight. " The Redskins football squad put forth a hard effort but lost the foot- ball game to archrival Southport. The Cardinals scored a late touch- down to slip by Manual 7-3. LEFT Joe Liggins and Patricia Bass carry crowns for the King and Queen. Two Fresh- man Papooses are chosen for this every year. ABOVE King Tim Crafton and Queen Debbie Cradick watch the game from a float made by Key Club. Homecoming 87 LEFT Miss Adelaide, Senior Terri Horn, laments over her fourteen year engagement to Gambler Nathan Detroit, Junior Randy Ferris. BELOW Senior Karen O ' Connor plays the role of the " Mission Doll " Sarah Brown, as she must choose between the mission or her romance with Sky Masterson, Senior Bob Stubbs. Dice, love, music, fun, combine in " Guys and Dolls n Manual ' s stage was transformed into a world of gamblers, chorus girls, and romance as the Music Department featured Frank Loes- ser ' s comical hit " Guys and Dolls " as the 1973 Musical. Supported by a group of well casted performers, and hours and days of endless practice, the pro- duction was one of the finest ever performed on the Manual stage. The show ' s stage director, Mr. Fred Ben- nett, reflected on the success of the show by saying, " The music and the cast were tremendous. The stu- dents put a tremendous amount of work into it to make it one of the finest shown at Manual. " The story revolves around the gambling worlds of Nathan Detroit, portrayed by Junior Randy Ferris, and Sky Masterson, Senior Bob Stubbs. These two were caught up in their own world and the world of romance. Nathan had to find a permanent home for the oldest floating crap game in New York City and avoid Miss Adelaide, played by Senior Terri Horn, and his fourteen year engagement to her. In order to raise $1,000 dollars, Nathan makes a bet with Sky that he will not be able to get a date with Miss Sarah Brown, portrayed by Senior Karen O ' Connor, who runs the Save-A- Soul Mission. Sky takes the bet and convinced Miss Sarah to go to Ha- vana with him. Something happens which neither were counting upon: they fall in love and must make a decision of a life time. As fate would have it, love won out and Miss Adelaide, and Miss Sarah " won out " as love conquered all. 88 Musical Kfl S ■ •• la mm l Fa 8§£ v |p 1 %■ $£ lit ' B 9 ill mil 8? H wyLf MM TOP Nathan Detroit, Randy Ferris, looks up with amazement as " Big Jule, " Senior John Smith, rolls another lucky seven. ABOVE LEFT Alice York, Kathy Fouts, and Debbie Tolle, " take it all off " during the Hot Box scene. ABOVE " Reformed " gambler Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Junior Carl Baumann, repents all the sins of his evil life to the missionaries of the " Save-A-Soul Mission. " LEFT Show Director Mr. Fred Bennett goes over music arrangements with Mrs. Martha Cross during one of the many night re- hearsals which enabled the show to be a success. Musical 89 Talent overflows in inventive acts for 45th annual Redskin Revue Three inventive acts, inspired by the theme Great Inventors and In- ventions of the World, pleased Red- skin Revue audiences in their two- night run. " Watt You Save Is What You Get, " written by Tom Pinner and Larry Hathaway, was sparked by the per- formances of Tom Pinner and the effervescent Terri Horn portraying Ben Franklin and his loving wife. They won the awards for best male and best female performances. In " A Mid-Austrian Night ' s Dream " written by Lee Foster and Robin Burk, Karla Andrews and Mi- chelle Kemp garnered the award for best choreographers for their danc- ing germs routine. In the same act Margaret Jones ' humorous portrayal of Ozura, a chemist, claimed the Viginette award. The final act, " It ' s About Time, " written by Sandy Holmes, Mark Holmes, and John Masengale was chosen best act. It was highlighted by the performances of Cindy Den- ton and Tim Baker who won the awards for best female and best male singers. Gerald Cox as Alcenor the head god scored as the best comic portrayal. The Tic-Toe ' s cho- rus line excelled to earn the best chorus line award. TOP Cast members of " It ' s About Time " finish the show with the song " Rock Around The Clock. " The water clock in the back- ground was the invention the act centered around. ABOVF Mark Holmes, Sandy Holmes, and John Masengale were this year ' s writers of the winning act, " It ' s About Time. " RIGHT Best hemale Performer Terri Horn illustrates the " fine " life of the 1700 ' s with Peggy Richardson and Ann Gardner. Terri ' s performance was loved by the audience both nights of the Revue. 90 TOP Tom Pinner as Benjamin Franklin, lis- tens as Randy Ferris and Benita Strait, a mod- ern family, demand to return to their own time, during Redskin Revue rehearsal. ABOVE The Germettes, Michelle Kemp, Donna Thompson, Karla Andrews, Susie Breupre, Cindy Dillon, Vallori Sherman, Cindy Woodworth, and Debbie Cradick uti- lized florescent paint and black light to give an illusion of germs dancing out of a microscope. LEFT Carl Baumann as Felix listens as " Mag- nificent Scientist " Bill Davis tells how great he thinks he is while his " sister " Lee Foster agrees. 91 New students experience, learn, share Manual was lucky enough to re- ceive two foreign exchange students this year, one from Ecuador and one from Brazil. They brought with them a wealth of culture and ideas to share. Ximena Ve ' Lez, from Quito, Ec- uador, came to live with Senior Linda May and her family for one year. Ximena found school in the United States different. In Quito, she said, hours were from 7:30 to 12:30 and from 3:00 to 5:00, with no study halls and the entire day filled with classes. " Life moves much faster in Amer- ica, " said Ximena, but she added, " I ' ve become accustomed to it. " Ximena was active in Spanish Club and enjoyed life in Indianapolis. Paulo Marques came to Manual for the second semester and stayed in the home of Senior Phil Herbig and Freshman Marty Herbig. Paulo came from Sao Paulo, Brazil, where Portuguese is spoken. There Paulo studied a wide variety of subjects. He especially enjoyed sports, art, and theatricals. His Brazilian school day consisted of five hours from March to June and from August to November. At first the communications gap between Ximena, Paulo, and Ameri- can friends and hosts seemed wide. But with patience, understanding, and a handy pocket dictionary, the gap slowly closed. Ximena and Paulo learned not only invaluable lan- guage skills, but gained a new per- spective of American life they would not have experienced otherwise. The year proved exciting and worth- while not only for Ximena and Paulo, but for everyone who had the opportunity to meet them. h)L L ; 92 Exchange Students UPPER FAR LEFT Ximena Ve ' Lez displays a pinata and picture of Spanish origin. LOWER FAR LEFT Paulo Marques receives help from Mr. Carsey Gentry, Foreign Lan- guage Department Head. Mr. Gentry gave up much of his free time to help Paulo and Ximena with English and make them feel at home. ABOVE LEFT Senior Phil Herbig and Fresh- man Martha Herbig watch as Paulo experi- ences snow for the first time. He and Xi- mena got plenty of chances to see snow last winter. LEFT Paulo and Mrs. Bonnie Swickard, art teacher, discuss a picture. ABOVE Ximena works in accounting class, one of her many secretarial classes. Exchange Students 93 Seniors involved during final year as Manualites Senior lunch-line, senior home- room, graduation announcements, class dues, senior pictures, cap and gown measurements, Roines, and Masoma set the final year apart from their previous three at Manual for the Senior Class of 1974. The head- aches of the first three years as underclassmen; a teacher strike struggling with clases, racial pro- blems, teacher changes, and final exams, all seemed to disappear as the slow countdown to graduation began on the first day of school. The year began with the tradi- tional move to senior homeroom in the cafeteria on the first day of school. It was here that the Seniors learned the various responsibilities which were expected of them. What being a Senior was all about was conveyed by Senior Sponsor Mr. Dennis Jackson. Class activities began with the class elections in September. The elections ended with Mark Camp- bell elected president. Others who were elected were; Jeff Bunnell as vice-president, Sandy Holmes as secretary, and Donna Thompson as treasurer. These four " took charge " after being sworn in by Principal Howard Thrall during Senior Day activities. With the help of the Sen- ior Council, these Seniors headed the Class of 1974 through various activities, such as Turnabout Day, a senior hayride, and two Senior Days, all the way to the year ' s end with Vespers, Commencement and the Senior Prom in June. Many Seniors could not help but reflect upon their four years at Man- ual with pride, respect, and with an over-whelming feeling of self- accomplishment. ABOVE Senior class officers are: Sandy Holmes, secretary; Mark Campbell, presi- dent; Jeff Bunnell, vice-president; Donna Thompson, treasurer. ABOVE LEFT Senior Mark Campbell dis- cusses senior activities with senior sponsor Mr. Dennis Jackson in homeroom. LEFT Senior Bob Stubbs works with Mrs. Donna Newton on Turnabout Day. Selected seniors " took over " from teachers that day. 94 Seni ROBERT ABLE — Cross Country 1-2; Track 1; Special Assistant 2; League of Honor 1-4. JANE ACKERMAN — Girls Athletic Assoc. 2-3; Cheer- leaders 1; SAB 3-4, Treasurer 4; Redskin Revue 1,3; Home Room Agent 1-3; Special Assistant 1-4; Class Officer, Secretary 3; Masoma 3-4, Vice-President; League of Honor 1-4. COLLEEN ADKINS — Mask Wig 1-2; Redskin Revue 1; Home Room Agent 1; League of Honor 1. DEBBY ALDERSON — Wrestling Greeter 3-4; Trackette 2-4; Girls Athletic Assoc. 3; Special Assistant 2-4; Monitor 2; Pep Club 1-2; Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. JEROME ANCELET — Football 4; Cross Country 1; Track 1; Lettermen 4. MARY ELLEN ANDERSON — Special Assistant 3; Lhoir 4. PHILLIP ANDERSON — Football 1-3; Track 1. KARLA ANDREWS — Diamondetts 1-4; Girls Athletic Assoc. 1-4; Cheerleaders 3-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Assistant 1-4; Twirlers 1-2; League of Honor 1-4. GLENDA AUSBROOKS — League of Honor 1-4. JOHN AUSTIN SYDENIA AYERS — Stage Crew 1; SAB 4; Redskin Revue 2-3. ROBERT BAASE — League of Honor 1-2. JANEBAECHER JAMES BAKER — Special Assistant 4. RICHARD K. BAKER — Football 1-2; Wrestling 1-4; Stage Crew 2-3; Special Assistant 3-4; League of Honor 1-2. IVAL BALAY CANDY BALLARD — Y-Teens 1; Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Assistant 4; Twirlers 2-4; League of Honor 2- 4. CATHY BATEMAN — Y-Teens 1-3, Vice-President 2; Home Room Agent 1-2; League of Honor 1. DONALD BATES — Football 1, Captain; League of Honor 1-2. VICKIE BATES — League of Honor 1-2. MIKE BAXTER — Track 1; League of Honor 1-2. JOY BAZOON — Ben Davis High School 1. RITA BEACH — Judo Club 2; SUSIE BEAUPRE — Redskin Revue 2-4; Home Room Agent 2-3; Special Assistant 3-4; Twirlers 3-4; Musical 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1. RANDY BELCHER EDWARD BENDER — ROTC 1-4. GREG BENTLE — Football 1; Golf 3; Tennis 4; Key Club 2-3, Board Member; Boo ster 4; Radio Club 3; Redskin Revue 2; Senior Council; League of Honor 1-4. SHELIA BERNARD — Special Assistant 2; Monitor 3; Distributive Education Club 4. Seniors 95 LEISA BETZLER — Spanish Club 2,4, vice president 2; ROTC sponsor 3-4, Battalion sponsor 4; Special Assistant 1-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-3; Glee-ettes 3; Choir 4; Musical 3-4; NHS 3-4; Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. BRIAN BINGHAM — Basketball 1-4; Track 1, 3-4; League of Honor 3-4. DEBORAH BINION, Latin Club 1-4, vice-president 2, presi- dent 3, treasurer 4; Special Assistant 3; Musical 3, League of Honor 1-4. RICK BLAND — Track 2; ROTC 1-4; Drill Team 1-2, 4; Special Assistant 3-4. SHARON BOONE — Redskin Revue 1-2; ROTC, Officers Club 3-4; ROTC sponsor 3-4, Color Guard Sponsor 4; Twirlers 3-4; Musical 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 1; Pep Club 1; Turnabout Day 4. RANDY BORKES— Band 1-4. PAM BOWLES GREG BOYD ROSE BOYD — Red Cross Club 1; Tee Pee Talent 1; Pow Wow Variety Show 1. KARL BREEDEN DAN BREIMEIR — Cross Country 1-2; Track 1-2; Art Club 3; Key Club 3-4; Stage Crew 3; Radio Club 2; League of Honor 1-4. MARCIA BRIDGEWATER — Mask Wig 1; Redskin Revue 2; Home Room Agent 1-3; Special Assistant 1- 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Glee-ettes 2; Manulaires 4; Choir 3-4; Musical 1; OEA4. CHERYL BRILEY — Trackettes 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Mask Wig 1; Special Assistant 1-3. HOMER D. BRITT — SAB1. RENEE BROOKS — Art Club 3; SAB 1-2; Home Room Agent 1-2. JERRY BROOKS — Intermurals 1; Home Room Agent 1-2. RON BROUGHTON — Wrestling 1; Baseball 1; Redskin Revue 3; Special Assistant 3-4; Roines 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. CASSANDRA DESIREE BROWN — Tri-Hi-Y 1; Y-Teens 1-2; SAB 3; Redskin Revue 1. NORMA BROWN (McCLEERY) — Tri-Hi-Y 1-2 Radio Club 2-3; ROTC sponsor 3; Special Assistant 1-3; League of Honor 1-4. RENEE BROWN MARK T. BROWNE — Baseball 1,4; Key Club 3- 4; Band 1-3; Chamber Orchestra 1; Orchestra 1; League of Honor 1-4; Homecoming King Candidate 4; Intermurals 1-2. ROLFE BRUCE — Football 1-4; Track 1-4; Lettermen 2-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Assistant 2-3; Manualaires 3; Choir 3-4; Musical 1-3; League of Honor 1-4. KERRY BUHNEING — Mask Wig 1-2; Radio Club 1- 2; ROTC 1-4. JEFF BUNNELL — Football 1-4; Lettermen 3-4, vice-presi- dent 4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Assistant 3-4; Class Officer, vice-president 4; Roines 4; League of Honor 1-4; Junior Prom King. NORA BURCHETT — Monitor 1; Y-Teens 1-2; Radio Club 1; Special Assistant 1-4. RONALD BURGESS — Football 1; Golf 3; Redskin Revue 3; ROTC 1-4; Drill Team 1-4; Rifle Team 1-4; Color Guard 1-4; Batallion Commander 4. ROBIN BURK — Art Club 1-4, president 4; Radio Club 2; Redskin Revue 1-4; Home Room Agent 3; League of Honor 3-4; Scholastic Art Award 1, 3-4; Turnabout Day 4; Special Assistant 2-3. KIM BURNETT — Twirlers 2-4, captain 4; Choir 3-4. 96 Seniors DAVE BUSH PAT CALLAHAN — Basketball 1-3; Track 1-4; Lettermen 2-4; Redskin Revue 3; Home Room Agent 1; Special Assistant 1,4; League of Honor 2-4. CHARLES CAMPBELL — Judo Club 2-3; Special Assistant 2-4. MARK CAMPBELL — Football 1-4; Basketball 1; Track 1; Baseball 2-4; Lettermen 3-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; ROTC 1-2; Class Officer, senior president; Roines 4; League of Honor 1-4; TANYA L. CAMPBELL — Cheerleaders 1-4, captain 4; SAB 2-4, vice-president 4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Home Room Agent 3; Special Assistant 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Junior Prom Queen; Diamondette 3-4; Jamboree Queen 4. DAVID CAREY — Band 1-2. MARSHA CARNEY — League of Honor 1. CONNIE CARRIGG CARMEN CARROLL RHONDA CHERRY — Orchestra 1-4; Pit Band 3; Musical 3-4. GEORGE CHITTENDEN — Redskin Revue 1. KERRA CLAMPETT — Redskin Revue 2-3; Choir 3-4. KATHY CLARK — Special Assistant 2-3; Girls ' Glee Club 4. JEFF CLEMENTS — Golf 2; Key Club 2-4. MICHAEL CLYMORE — DECA 4. ROBERT COBB — Football 1. STEPHANIE COOK — Girls Athletic Assoc. 1-2; French Club 2-3; SAB 1; Redskin Revue 2-3; Home Room Agent 2-3; Band 2-3; Thespians 3-4; Masoma 3-4; Top Ten Per- cent 1-4; Top Ten Junior. CATHY ANN COOPER — SAB 1-2, Special Assistant 1- 3; League of Honor 1. STUART COPELAND — Judo Club 2-3; Radio Club 2- 3; SAB 1; Drill Team 2-4; Home Room Agent 1. MELODY CORCORAN CHARLES COTHRON — Football 1-4; Basketball 1; Track 3; Baseball 1,4; Lettermen 3-4; Art Club 2; Redskin Revue 4; Home Room Agent 1; Special Assistant 2; League of Honor 1,3-4. PEGGY COUGHLAN GERALD COX — Redskin Revue 4; Special Assistant 3- 4; Chamber Orchestra 4; Orchestra 2-4; Musical 3-4; League of Honor 3-4. DEBBIE CRADICK — Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Assistant 2-4; Band 2-4; Pow Wow Queen Candidate 3; Homecom- ing Queen 4. TIM CRAFTON — Wrestling 1; Tennis 1-2; Key Club 1; SAB 1; Redskin Revue 3; Home Room Agent 1-3; Special Assistant 1-4; Roines 4, treasurer; Pow Wow King Candidate 3; Homecoming King 4. DENNIS CRAIG — Football 1-2; Wrestling 1; League of Honor 1-2. WILLIAM CRAWLEY DONNA MARIE CROSS — Spanish Club 1; Art Club 1; Special Assistant 1-3. Seniors 97 NANCY ROSE CROSS — Tri-Hi-Y 1; Y-Teens 1; Cub Club 1; Radio Club 1-2; Home Room Agent 1; Special Assistant 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1-2; Moni- tor 1-2; SAB1. MELANIE CROWE — Redskin Revue 1; Special Assistant 1,4; Band 1-3; Manualaires 3-4; Choir 3-4; Pep Band 2; Musical 4; League of Honor 1-4. RODERICK CURRY — Track 1. MARY DARDY — Art Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Special Assistant 1-3. DONALD DARNELL DAROL DAVIE — Football 4; Basketball 1-3; Cross Country 1; Track 1-4; Lettermen 2-4; Home Room Agent 1-2. LARRY DAVIE GALE M. DAVIS — Wrestling Greeter 3; Y-Teens 1-2; Special Assistant 1,3; League of Honor 1-2. MIKE DAVIS — Key Club 1-4; Special Assistant 3; League of Honor 1-4. PEGGY DAVIS — Bowling Club 1,3-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4, Treasurer 4; Glee-ettes 3-4; Monitor 3. WILLIAM DALE DAVIS — Football 1-2,4; Lettermen 4; Key Club 2-4; Ivian 4, Senior Editor; SAB 2; Redskin Revue 2-4; NHS 4; Roines 3-4, vice-president; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Percent 1-2. BETH DAY GERI DEHOFF — Redskin Revue 1-3; Home Room Agent 3; Special Assistant 1-4; Twirlers 2-4; Musical 2-4. CHRISTINA DEJESUS — Special Assistant 1-3; League of Honor 1. DAVID DELK CAROLYN DENNEY CINDY DENTON — Mask Wig 1; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4; Glee-ettes 3-4; Turnabout Day 4. JOHN DEUBELBEISS — Key Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 4; Special Assistant 2,4; Band 1; Pit Band 1; Pep Band 1; Musical 1; Roines 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. DONNA DEWEY — Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Assistant 3; Twirlers 2-4, captain 4, Musical 2-4; Masoma 4; League of Honor 1-4; Strawberry Queen 3. STEVE DICKERSON — Bowling Club 1; ROTC 1-2; Honor Guard 1-2; League of Honor 1. LYNNE DOTSON — Girls Athletic Assoc 4; Home Room Agent 1-2; Special Assistant 2-4; Twirlers 2-4. TERESA DOUGLAS. KATHIE DUGGAN — Spanish Club 1-4, president 4; Home Room Agent 3; Special Assistant 1-4; Band 2- 4; Pep Band 2-4; Masoma 3-4; NHS 3-4; League of Honor 1; Top Ten Percent 2-4. CHARLOTTE DUNCAN — Judo Club 1-2; Y-Teens 1; ROTC 2-3; Home Room Agent 1; Band 1; League of Honor 1-2. CURTIS EDMONDS — Wrestling 1-2; Judo Club 1-2; Art Club 1-2 League of Honor 1-2. GARY ELFERS — Basketball 1-4; Baseball 1-2; Golf 3- 4; Lettermen 4; League of Honor 1-4. KIMBERLY JO ELLIOTT — Special Assistant 3. MARY ELLIS — Judo Club 1; Mask Wig 2. 98 Seniors NANCY ELLIS — Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Assistant 1-4; Twirlers 2-4; Choir 3-4; Orchestra 1-4; Musical 2- 4; NHS 3-4; Masoma 3-4; Top Ten Percent 2-4; Top Ten Junior. LES ESTES — Football 1; Cross Country 2-4; Track 1- 4; Lettermen 3-4; Key Club 3-4; League of Honor 1- 4. REBECCA ESTES — Judo Club 1-2; Special Assistant 3. MARGARET EUSTACE — Y-Teens 1; League of Honor 1. AMY FARLEY — Redskin Revue 2-3; Special Assistant 1-4; Orchestra 1-4; League of Honor 1-4 BETH FARLEY — Special Assistant 2-4; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Glee-ettes 3; Choir 4; Musical 3-4; Turnabout Day 4; Audio Visual Aids 2. JUDY FARLEY — Redskin Revue 2-3; Special Assistant 1-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-3; Glee-ettes 2; League of Honor 1; DECA4. CAROL FERGUSON — Girls Athletic Assoc. 3; Special Assistant 2-4; DECA4. RUSSELL FINLEY — Cross Country 1-4, captain MVP 4; Wrestling 1; Track 1-4; Lettermen 2-4; Key Club 1- 4; Roines 3-4, President; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Percent 2. MARY FISCHER ROSEANN FISCHER — Home Room Agent 2; Special Assistant 2,4; Distributive Ed. 4; Monitor 4. JAY FLETCHER JOHN FITZPATRICK — Football 2; Home Room Agent 1. MARLON K. FOLLOWELL — Football 1-4; ROTC 1; Spe- cial Assistant 4; League of Honor 1. DAVID FORD — Football 1; League of Honor 1. KATHY FOUTS — Mask Wig 1; Home Room Agent 2; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Band 2-4; Choir 3-4; Pep Band 4; Musical 4; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1; Home- coming Candidate 4. Seniors Barbara Speck and Paul Osmon work as Special Assistants in the Main Office. Many seniors have helped teachers and office staff during their four years at Manual. Seniors 99 DENNIS FRAGA ANITA FRAZIER BETTY FREDERICK HENRY FREEMAN DORIS F. FUGATE — League of Honor 1-2; Pep Club 1-2. DARLENE FULTZ — Spanish Club 1; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Glee-ettes 2; Choir 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. CHERYL GABBEI — Y-Teens 2; Special Assistant 4; OEA 4; FBLA3-4. MARK GADDIS — Wrestling 1-2; Key Club 1-3; Home Room Agent 1-2; Special Assistant 1-3. MARIA GARZA — Spanish Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 2; League of Honor 1; Pep Club 1; Trackettes 2; Mascot 3; FBLA2; Monitor 1-2. PARAGAW ANNETTE GILL LAURIE GILLILAND — Home Room Agent 2; Special Assistant 1-3; Band 1-3; League of Honor 1-3; Monitor 1. RANDALL GINDLING — Football 1; Wrestling 1; Redskin Revue 4; League of Honor 1. DIANA GLASSON — Redskin Revue 2-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-3; Band 2-4, secretary 4; Glee-ettes 3; Manualaires 4; Choir 4; Orchestra 2,4; Pit Band 4; Masoma 3-4, record- ing secretary; League of Honor 1-4. RUTH GOMMEL — Bowling Club 3-4; Spanish Club 2- 4; Booster 4; Redskin Revue 3; Trackettes 3-4; Thespians 3-4; Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Senior Council. DIANE L. GONDER — Y-Teen 1; Mask Wig 1; League of Honor 1; Cosmetology, Harry E. Wood, 2-4. VICKI GRANT — League of Honor 1-4. MARIAN GRAY — Y-Teens 2; Special Assistant 2-3; Starling High School, Columbus Ohio 1. DANIEL GREEN ALFRED GREER — Golf 1; Bowling Club 3-4. DALE GREER — League of Honor 1-4. DARLENE GREGORY — Special Assistant 3-4; League of Honor 3; OEA 4; Monitor 2. KEN GRISMORE — Football 1; Wrestling 1-3. KATHY GROCE — Y-Teens 1; Redskin Revue 1; Home Room Agent 1-2; Special Assistant 1-3; OEA president 4. MARLA GROUND — French Club 2-3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Mask Wig 1; Twirlers 3; Wrestling Greeter 3; Student As- semble 3-4. TOMGURLEY VICKIE HAAS — Special Assistant 3; Choir 1-3. ALEXIS HADDIX — Special Assistant 3; Monitor 3; OEA £SE HIE? Mul 100 Seniors RICHARD HACENMAIER — Football 1-2; Tennis 2-3; Intermurals 1-2; Key Club 2; Redskin Revue 2,4; Special Assistant 4; Roines 4; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Percent 1. LAURA HALL MARY HALL — Latin Club 1-3, vice-president 3; Tri- Hi-Y 1; Redskin Revue 2-3; Diamondette 2-3; Twirlers 3; Monitor 1-2; Library Assistant 1-2; Human Relations 3. DEBRA HAMMONS SAMUEL HARDING — Wrestling 1. JAMES JAY HARLAN — Golf 1; Key Club 2-3; Stage Crew 3-4; Redskin Revue 1,3-4; Band 2-3; Orchestra 2- 3; Pep Band 2-3; Musical 3; Dance Band 2-3; League of Honor 2. CHERYL HATFIELD — Spanish Club 1-2; Y-Teens 1; SAB 1-2; Home Room Agent 1-3; Special Assistant 3-4; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Glee-ettes 3; Musical 3; League of Honor 1-4. JOE HARMON — Baseball 1-3; Booster 2-4, Sports Editor LAURENCE E. HATHAWAY — Football 2; Lettermen 2- 4; Key Club 2-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Band 2-4; Choir 3-4; Thespians 3-4; Roines 3-4, vice president 3; Top Ten Percent 2-4 RAYMOND G. HAUSER II. — Golf 1-2; Key Club 3- 4; SAB 4; Special Assistant 4; Band 3-4, Woodwind Lt. 4; Pit Band 4; Pep Band 4; Dance Band 4; Roines 3- 4, secretary;League of Honor 1-4. DANAM. HAWKINS MARK HAWKINS — Football 4; Basketball 2-4; Lettermen 4; Redskin Revue 3. BECKY ANNE HAYSE — Home Room Agent 1-3; Special Assistant 2-3; Pep Club 1 CHERYL HEDGES — Spanish Club 1, Y-Teens 2; Redskin Revue 2; Special Assistant 3-4; Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4 DONNA HINDMAN DAVID HEINZELMAN SHELIA HENDERSON — Y-Teens 1-2; Tee Pee Talent; Variety Show; Monitor 1. PHIL HERBIG — Track 1-2; Ivian 3, Booster 2-3; Home Room Agent 1-3; Special Assistant 1-4; Band 1-4; Pep Band 1-3; Quill Scroll 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Percent 3-4. DENNIS HELBERT — Basketball 3 Cross Country 4; Track 2-4; Lettermen 2-4; League of Honor 2-3. DANNY RAY HILL MILTON HILL — Basketball 1; Track 3; CATHY HITTLE — Girls Athletic Assoc. 1; Y-Teens 1; Home Room Agent 4; Girls ' Glee Club 3-4, vice presi- dent 4; Band 2-4; Pit Band 3-4; Pep Band 2-4; Dance Band 3-4; League of Honor 1-4 CATHY HOFFMAN RITA HOLLENBAUGH — Tri-Hi-Y 1, Y-Teens 1; Special Assistant 2-3; League of Honor 2-4; Pep Club 1. GREGORY HOLLIS — Ivian photographer 2-4; Booster photographer 2-4. SANDY HOLMES — Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Assistant 1-4; Class Officer, secretary 4; Chamber Orchestra 3- 4; Choir 3-4, Orchestra 1-4; Musical 3; League of Honor 2-4; Student Assembly 2-4; Wrestling Greeter 2-3. KATHY HOLSCLAW TERRY W. HOOPER — ROTC 1-4; Audio Visual Aids 2-4. Seniors 101 WILLIAM HOOPER — ROTC 1-4; Chess Club 1-2, presi- dent 2. TERRI LEE HORN — Wrestling greeter 2; Cheerleaders 1-4, captain 3; Mask Wig 1-2; Redskin Revue 4; Girls ' Glee Club 1-2; Glee-ettes 2; Choir 3-4; Musical 4; League of Honor 1-4; Student Assembly 2. VANESSA HORNE — Arsenal Technical High School 1. FAITH LEIGH HOUSAM — French Club 2-3; Redskin Revue 1-4; Home Room Agent 1-2; Special Assistant 4; Twirlers 2-4; NHS 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Percent 3-4; ' 500 Art Award 2; Redskin Revue Committee 1-4. PAMELA HOUSE — Art Club 1; Y-Teens 1-3. VICTOR ]AMES HOWARD DEBRA HUBER — Bowling Club 2-3; Special Assistant 2-4; Orchestra 1-4; Pit Band 4; Musical 4; BRENDA HUCKEBA — Trackettes 3-4; Girls Athletic Assoc. 2-3; French Club 2-4; Booster 3-4; Redskin Revue 2- 4; Home Room Agent 3-4; Special Assistant 1-4; Musical 4; Thespians 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. JACKIE HUETT — Rackette 2; Pep Club 1. JANICE HUFF DEBBIE HUMMEL — Art Club 3; Special Assistant 3- 4; League of Honor 1-4; ' 500 ' Festival of Arts Award. DENNIS HUNTER — Football 1-3; Track 1-2; Lettermen 3-4. BETTY JACOBS — Girls Athletic Assoc. 3-4; Special As- sistant 2-4. ELIZABETH JANSSAN — League of Honor 3; Pekin Com- munity High School 2. RICKY JEFFERSON — Wrestling 3; League of Honor 3. BARBARA JENKINS — Tri-Hi-Y 1; Special Assistant 4. BRIAN JENKINS WILFRED JIMISON — Football 1-4, MVP All City 4; Basketball 1-3; Track 1-2; Lettermen 3-4; French Club 4; Redskin Revue 4; Band 1-2. ANGELA JOHNSON — Judo Club 2; Redskin Revue 2; Special Assistant 3; Chamber Orchestra 2-3; Orchestra 1-3; League of Honor 1-2; FBLA 2. CHARLIE JOHNSON — Football 3; Cross Country 1-2; Baseball 1-4; Tennis 4; Lettermen 4; League of Honor 2-4. DEBORAH JOAN JOHNSON — Special Assistant 4; South- port High School 1-2. NANCY JOHNSON — Y-Teens 1; Home Room Agent 1. TONY JOHNSON — Cross Country 1; Wrestling 1-2; Track 1-2; Booster photographer 1-2. VALERIE JOHNSON CARLOS JONES — Football 1-4, captain, All city honorable mention; Basketball 1-4, captain; Track 4; Lettermen 3- 4; Special Assistant 4. MICHAEL JONES — Special Assistant 1-3; League of Honor 1-2. WANDA JONES — Tri-Hi-Y 1; Special Assistant 3-4. GLORIA JORDAN — Mask Wig 2; Home Room Agent 2; Special Assistant 3-4; League of Honor 1-3. 102 Seniors Special Assistant 1-3; JILL JUPIN — Mask Wig League of Honor 1-2. DONALD KASPER — Football 1-4, All City All State 4; Wrestling 1; Lettermen 3-4, president 4; League of Honor 1-4. ELIZABETH KEIFFER — Tri-Hi-Y 2; Mask Wig 1; Spe- cial Assistant 3. SHERRON KELLER — Y-Teens 1-3; Mask Wig 1; Spe- cial Assistant 2-3, Girls ' Glee Club 2; Glee-ettes 2; Man- ualaires 3-4; Choir 3-4; Musical 2; League of Honor 1- CONSTANCE KELLEY — SAB 2. MARY KELLEY DAVID KELLY — Key Club 1-2; Stage Crew 2-4; Spe- cial Assistant 2-4. MICHELLE KEMP — Cheerleaders 1-3; Mask Wig 1; Redskin Revue 1-2,3; Special Assistant 1-4; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Twirlers 4; Choir 4; Musical 1; League of Honor 1-4. STEVE KENNEDY — Stage Crew 3-4; Special Assistant 3. PAM KENT — Special Assistant 3; Band 2-3. WILLIE KEY — Band 1; League of Honor 1-2. MARGARET KIMBLEY — Judo Club 1-3, president 3; Radio Club 3-4. MARK KINNEY — ROTC 1-2. DOUGLAS K1RKHOFF — Football 1. TIM KNAPP — Wrestling 1. CHARLES KNOLL — Band 1-4, Property Officer 3, Brass Lt. 4; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 4. Seniors visit with friends before homeroom announcements in the cafeteria during Sen- ior Homeroom. Seniors 103 PAULA KORD JOAN KRIESE — Girls Athletic Assoc. 3; Art Club 2- 3; Cheerleaders 1-3; SAB 3-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; Home Room Agent 3; Special Assistant 1,4; Twirlers 4; Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. DENISE LAHR — Special Assistant 2-3; League of Honor 1-3; Brownstown Central High, Brownstown lnd. 3. DAVE LAMPING — Spanish Club 1; Key Club 2-4; League of Honor 1-2. RANDY LANE — Football 1; League of Honor 1-4. LAURA LAWLESS — Special Assistant 1-3. SUZEY E. LEGGINS — Judo Club 1; Cub Club 1; Home Room Agent 1-3; Special Assistant 1-3; Girls ' Glee Club 2-3. DREW LESTER — Home Room Agent 4; League of Honor 2-4; Southport High School 1. PAULA LOCKWOOD — Pep Club 1-2; Y-Teens 2; COE 4. SHARON LONG — Redskin Revue 2; Special Assistant 3; League of Honor 2; OEA 4. PETELOWDEN KAREN LOWE — Radio Club 2; Turnabout Day 4. DEBBIE LUNN — Pep Club 1; Mask Wig 1; Special Assistant 3-4; FBLA 1; Band 1-4; Pep Band 2-4; Monitor 3; League of Honor 3; Turnabout Day 4. SANDRA MADISON DEBRA MAJORS TERRI MALLORY ETHAN MANUEL — Basketball 1; Track 1-3, 4; Lettermen 3-4; League of Honor 2. EDWARD MARCUM — French Club 3-4; Mask Wig 1; Home Room Agent 1-2; Special Assistant 3; NHS 3- 4; Top Ten Percent 1-4; Hoosier Boys State 3. MICHAEL MASCOE — Band 1-4; Orchestra 1-4; Pit Band 2-4; Pep Band 1-4; Musical 1-3; Dance Band 3; Roines 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. DIANE MASENGALE — Special Assistant 1-4; Chamber Orchestra 3; Orchestra 1-4, Librarian 4; Musical 1-4; League of Honor 2-3. JOHN MASENGALE — Football 1-4; Track 1-4; Lettermen 2-4; Key Club 3-4; Ivian 3-4, Ad Manager 4; SAB 3- 4, president 4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Class Officer, vice- president 3; Thespians 3-4; Roines 3-4. JAMES MASON STAN MATHIS — Football 3-4; Lettermen 3-4; Stage Crew 2-4, Stage Manager 3-4; Special Assistant 3-4; League of Honor 3-4; Turnabout Day 4. LINDA MAY — French Club 2-3; Y-Teens 1; Special As- sistant 3-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4; Band 2-4; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 4; Masoma 3-4; Top Ten Percent 1-4; Turn- about Day 4. ELLIOTT E. MAYES — Band 1; Audio Visual Aids 1-4. KENT L.McCAMPBELL — Key Club 4; Booster 2-4; Band 1-4; Orchestra 1-4; Pep Band 1, 3-4; Musical 2-4; Quill Scroll 3-4; Roines 3-4, historian; League of Honor 1-4. Top Ten Percent 3-4. MAURICE McFARLAND — Home Room Agent 1-2; Spe- cial Assistant 2-3; Choir 3-4. ELAINE McKAY — Judo Club 1; Special Assistant 1-3; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Masoma 4; League of Honor 1-4. 104 Seniors HAROLD McKEAND — Football 1-2; Wrestling 1-2 Base- ball 1-4; Key Club 1; Special Assistant 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; Paul Frenzel Award 1. KENNETH McKEE SHARIEMcMILLIAN DEANN MEANS SUSAN MEECE — Spanish Club 2-4, vice-president 4; Home Room Agent 1-3; Special Assistant 1-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4, robe chairman 4; Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. MARK MEYER — Bowling Club 3. MARY MIHAY — Redskin Revue 1; Home Room Agent 1; Special Assistant 1-2; Roncalli High School 3. EDDIE MILLER. JACQUELINE MILLER — Girls Athletic Assoc. 4; Mask Wig 2-3; Special Assistant 2-4; League of Honor 1. WALTER MOORE — Football 1; Bowling Club 2-4; Chess Clubl. GARY MORGAN — Glasgow High School, Glasgow Kentucky 1. PATRICIA MORGAN — Y-Teens 1-2; Special Assistant SABRENA M. MORSE — Trackette 2; ROTC 3; Special Assistant 2. CHARLES R. MULDROW — Band 3; Pep Band 3. MARTHA MULLIN — Trackette 2; Girls Athletic Assoc. 2-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Assistant 1-4; NHS 3- 4; Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Junior 3. MARY MULLIN — Girls Athletic Assoc. 2-4; Redskin Revue 2-3; Home Room Agent 1; Special Assistant 1- 4; NHS 3-4; Masoma 3-4, president; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Junior 3; Masoma Award 1; DAR Award GARRY MUNDY — Stage Crew 3-4; Tee Pee Talent Parade 3; WILMA MURLEY — Special Assistant 1-4; League of Honor 1; Monitor 3 WARREN MURPHY — Bowling Club 1-3; Special Assistant 2,4; League of Honor 1-4. BEVERLY NARMORE — Mask Wig 1-2; Redskin Revue 1-3; Special Assistant 1-2; League of Honor 1-2; Round- table 2-3. MIKE NATALIE — Football 3; Basketball 2-3; Lettermen 3-4; Latin Club 1-2, president 1, vice-president 2; Special Assistant 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Turnabout Day 4. DIANN NEWPORT — Trackette 3-4; Booster 2-4, page editor 3, News Bureau 4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Quill Scroll 3-4; NHS 3-4; Masoma 3-4; Top Ten Percent 1- 4; Top Ten Junior 3; Who ' s Who in Foreign Language 3; Turnabout 4. KAY NEWTON — Booster 1-4, page editor 3, editor- in-chief 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4; Musical 3; Quill Scroll 3-4; Thespians 4; Masoma 3-4; NHS 3-4; League of Honor 1; Top Ten Percent 2-4; Top Ten Junior 3. MELANIE NIBARGER ROBERT OAKES KAREN SUE O ' CONNOR — Girls Athletic Assoc. 1-4; Ivian 2-4, assistant editor 3, editor 4; Redskin Revue 2- 4; Choir 3-4, secretary 4; Musical 3-4; Quill Scroll 3-4; Thespians 3-4; president 4; NHS 3-4; Masoma 3- 4, attendance secretary; Top Ten Percent 1-4. LINDA O ' DELL — Judo Club 1-2; Spanish Club 1; Radio Club 1-2; Special Assistant 4; League of Honor 1-4 ROSA ROCHELLE OLIVE — Booster 2; Home Room Agent 2; Special Assistant 2-3. Seniors 105 DEBBIE O ' NEAL — Band 4. PAM O ' NEAL — Girls Athletic Assoc. 1-3; Judo Club 1; Special Assistant 2-4; League of Honor 1-4 MARTINE OSBORNE — Art Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Pep Band 2. PAUL OSMON — Football 1-4; Golf 1-2; Lettermen 4; Key Club 1-4, president 4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Assistant 4; Senior Council; Roines 4; League of Honor 1-4. JOYCE OTT BEVERLY OVERTON DAVID OWENS TERESA PARROTT — Judo Club 1; Home Room Agent 3; Special Assistant 1-4; League of Honor 1-4. ED PARSLEY — Special Assistant 1-3. PEARL PATTERSON DENNIS PATTON — Bowling Club 1-3; Special Assistant 4; League of Honor 2-4. DEBBIE PERKINS — Special Assistant 4; League of Honor 3. JIM PERRYMAN — Wrestling 1; Golf 1-2; Stage Crew 2; Roines 4; League of Honor 1-2. LAWRENCE PETERS — Track 1; Drill Team 2; Band 3; Pep Band 3. THOMA S PINNER — Key Club 1-4, secretary 2-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; Junior Class President; Band 1-4; Choir 3- 4, president 4; Orchestra 2-3, All-City 3; Pep Band 2- 3; Thespians 2-4; Roines 3-4; Top Ten Percent 1- 3. ROBERT PITCOCK CAROLYN LOUISE PITTMAN — Girls Athletic Assoc. 1-3; French Club 1-3; Tri-Hi-Y 1-2; Redskin Revue 1- 2; Special Assistant 4; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Manualaires 3-4; Choir 3-4; Musical 3; League of Honor 1-4. DOUG POLEN — Baseball 1-4; Tennis 4; Lettermen 4; Bowling Club 1-3; Key Club 2-4; League of Honor 1. DONALD POWELL — Track 2. RONALD POWELL ANNA POYNTER — Special Assistant 1-3. JULIA RANSOM DEBORAH RAY — Bowling Club 2; Special Assistant 1- 3; Pep Club 1; League of Honor 1-4. BILL READING — Stage Crew 1-3. -Football 1. Judo Club 1; F.B.L.A. 1; Student MARK JAMES REEDER DENA REYNOLDS — Assembly 3. TENA REYNOLDS — F.B.L.A. 1. MADONNA RICHARDSON — Trackette 2; Judo Club 1; ROTC 3; Cheerleader 3, alternate; SAB 1-2; Special Assistant 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; Pow-Wow Queen 1, candidate 2; Pep Club 3. 106 Seniors saH PEGGY RICHARDSON — Spanish Club 1-4, treasurer 2, president 3; Special Assistant 3-4; Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. JERRY RICHMOND — Football 1; Wrestling 1-3; Base- ball 3-4; Stage Crew 2-4; Special Assistant 1-4 League of Honor 1-4. MARY RICHMAN(HOLEMAN;. DAVE ROBERTS — Football 2; Wrestling 3-4; Track 3- 4; Judol; Radio Club 1-2. GLENN ROBERTS KEN ROE — Key Club 3-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Assistant 1-3; Band 1-4; Orchestra 2-4; Pit Band 3-4; Pep Band 4; League of Honor 1-4. KAREN ROY THOMAS RUOFF — Football 1-2; Cross C ountry 3-4; Track 1-4; Lettermen 2-4; Redskin Revue 3; ROTC 2- 4; League of Honor 1-4; ROTC Color Guard 2-4. MATTHEW RUSH — Stage Crew 2-3; League of Honor 1. JOHN RUTHROFF — Golf 3; Bowling Club 3-4; Special Assistant 4; Roines 4. SUSAN RUTHROFF — Art Club 2-4, activities director 4. YVONNE SALTER — Latin Club 3; Home Room Agent 4; Special Assistant 2-4; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Musical 2- 4; League of Honor 1-4. DONNY SAMPLE — Football 1; Baseball 1-2,4; Tennis 3; ROTC 1-2. SHERI SANDLIN — Judo Club 1; Redskin Revue 3-4; Home Room Agent 1-2; Special Assistant 1-2; Twirlers 3-4. GLENN SARGENT — Cross Country 1-3; Home Room Agent 1; Special Assistant 2; League of Honor 1-2. DAVID SCHAEFER — ROTC 1-4. RAMONA SCHNEIDER — Special Assistant 1; Student Assembly 3-4. THOMAS SCOTT — Spanish Club 1-2. BOB SEARS JOHN SHELLEY REGINA SHELTON — Track 3. ROBERT SHELTON VALLORI SHERMAN — Girls Athletic Assoc. 1-2; Red- skin Revue 1-4; Special Assistant 1-4; Twirlers 3-4; Cham- ber Orchestra 1-4; Orchestra 1-4; Musical 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. GARY SHIPLEY BOBSHOPTAUGH CAROLYN SHORT — Mask and Wig 1; Home Room Agent 2-3; League of Honor 1-4. RAMONA SHOWECKER — Special Assistant 2-4. KELLY SHULL — Y-Teens 1; Mask and Wig 1; Girls ' Glee Club 4. Seniors 107 LARRY SHUTE — Basketball 1. RICHARD B.SIMMONS RANDY L. SIMPSON — Football 1; Cross Country 2- 3; Wrestling 1-4; Lettermen 2-4; Key Club 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-3; Special Assistant 2; National Honor Society 3-4; League of Honor 3-4; Top Ten Percent 1,3-4. BILL SKIDMORE — Golf 3; Key Club 1-3. League of Honor 1-4. JEANNINESMEDLEY BECKY SMITH JERRY A. SMITH — Art Club 3; Stage Crew 4. JOHN SMITH — Football 1-4; Letterman 4; Key Club 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Choir 4; Musical 2-4; Thespians 2-4, vice-president; National Honor Society 3-4; Roines 4; Top Ten Percent 1-4. LARRY SMITH DAVID SMITH — Key Club 1; League of Honor 3. REGINA SMITH — ROTC. ROMMEL SMITH — Football 1; Wrestling 1-4; Track 1 Lettermen 2-4; Special Assistant 4; League of Honor 1 Last years Junior Prom Queen and King, Tanya Campbell and Jeff Bunnell, dance to- gether after being crowned. The Junior Prom for the Class of 1974 carried the theme of " Pieces of April. " 108 Seniors BRENDA S. SMOCK — Home Room Agent 3; Special Assistant 3-4; League of Honor; Tech 1-3. CHERYL SNIDER — Art Club 1-4, Secretary 4; Redskin Revue 2; Special Assistant 1-4. MICHAEL SNODDY — Football 1; League of Honor 1- 4. HOLLY SONDAY (HOOPER; Messenger 1-2. Monitor 1; Audio Visual BARBARA SPECK — Redskin Revue 2; Home Room Agent 4; Special Assistant 1-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4; Masoma 4; League of Honor 1-4; Turnabout Teacher 4; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1. HERMAN SPURLOCK — Judo Club 1; Art Club 1-4; Home Room Agent 1-3; Special Assistant 2-3; Band 1- 3; League of Honor 1-4; National Scholastic Gold Metal for Jewelry. BETTY SQUIRES — Tri-Hi-Y 1; Y-Teens 2. REBECCA STAAB CHERYL STAFFORD, JANICE WRIGHT (STAPERT)— Girls Athletic Assoc. 2; Judo Club 1; Bowling Club 1; Special Assistant 1-3; League of Honor 1-3. REX G. STAPLES — ROTC 1, 3-4; Choir 1; Wood 1. NINA STECK — Bowling Club 1-4; Special Assistant 3- 4 MICHAEL STEEB RICK STEVASON — Football 1-2; League of Honor 1- 2. KEVIN STEWART MICHAEL STINNETT — Football 2; Track 1; Key Club 3-4; Ivian 4; Booster 4; Redskin Revue 2-4. DANNY STOUT DUANE STRAIN — Wrestling 1; Key Club 2-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; Band 1-4; Orchestra 2-4; Pit Band 1-4; Pep Band 1-4; Musical; Dance Band 1-4; Roines 4. BENITA STRAIT — Redskin Revue 1-4; Class Officer, Treasurer 3; Band 1-4; Choir 3-4, Treasurer 4; Pep Band 3-4; Thespians 2-4; Masoma 3-4, Treasurer 4; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Percent 2-4; Top Ten Junior 3. ROBERT STUBBS — Football 1-4; Track 1; Letterman 4; Key Club 1-4, Vice-President 4; Stage Crew 3-4; Redskin Revue 1-4, Committee Co-Chairman 4; Manualaires 3- 4; Choir 3-4, President 4; Musical 2-4; Top Ten Percent 2-3. MICHAEL STUCK PATRICIA SULLIVAN — Special Assistant 3; D.E. President 4. PATTI SUTTON — Redskin Revue 3; Special Assistant 1, 3-4; Girl ' s Glee Club; Turnabout 4. VICKI TABOR LARRY S. TARDY AL TAYLOR — Football 1-2; Home Room Agent 1; League of Honor 1; Homecoming King Candidate 4. CYNTHIA LEE TAYLOR — Trackette 1-3; Girls Athletic Assoc. 2-4; Art Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Y-Teens 2; ROTC 3-4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Drill Team 4; Special Assistant 2-4; Outstanding Cadet in ROTC 3. ERNEST TAYLOR — Football 1-4; Wrestling 1-4; Letter- man 1-4. Seniors 109 TERRY LYNN THACKER — Football 1-4; Wrestling 3; Track 1-4; Lettermen 2-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; ROTC 1- 2; League of Honor 1. BYRON THATCH — Football 1-2; Wrestling 2-3; Home Room Agent 1-2. DONNA JEAN THOMPSON — Cheerleaders 1-4; Red- skin Revue 1-2; Home Room Agent 1-3; Special As- sistant 1-3; Class Officer, Treasurer 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-3; Musical 2; League of Honor 1-4; Junior Prom Queen Candidate; Pep Club 1-4. JEFFREY E. THORPE — Football 1-2; Wrestling 1; Track 1-2; Stage Crew 2-4; League of Honor 1-4. STEVE THORPE — Football 1-4; Track 2; Baseball 1,3- 4; Lettermen 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. KATHY TOOLEY — League of Honor 1 . DEBORAH TRIMBLE RONALD TUCKER — Redskin 1-3; Home Room Agent 1-2; Special Assistant 1-3; Exercise in Knowledge 1-3; Musical 2; League of Honor 1-2; FBLA 1; Tee Pee Talent 3. GAIL TURK — Y-Teens 2; Wood High School 1-3. ANDREW URSHAN CAROL VANHOOZER — Special Assistant 2-3; Redskin Revue 2-3; Monitor 2-3. XIMENA VE ' LEZ — Spanish Club 4; Masoma 4; Colegio " Espejo " Quito, Ecuador 1-3. MARY VINSON — Audio Visual Aids 2-4; Home Room Agent 1. LARRY WALDEN — Football 1; Tennis 2; Special Assistant 3-4. CAROLYN WALKER — French Club 2-3; Arsenal Technical High School 1-2. PHYLLIS WALKER — Girls Athletic Assoc. 1,4; Tri-Hi- Y 1; Y-Teens 1-3; Girls ' Glee Club 4; NHS 4, Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. RICHARD WALLACE JOE WALSH — Football 1-2; League of Honor 1-2. ROY WARD — Baseball 1; Home Room Agent 2; cial Assistant 1-3. TERESA WARREN — Special Assistant 2. Spe- YVONNE L. WASHINGTON — French Club 1; Y-Teens 1-2; SAB 1; ROTC sponsor 3; Special Assistant 1-2; Home Room Agent 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; OEA vice- president 4. BRUCE WATERS — Special Assistant 3; " 500 " Festival Art Award; Honorable Mention Scholastic Art Contest 3. KENNETH WATTS — Track 1-2; Special Assistant 2. ROBERT WATTS VICTORIA WEBSTER — Latin Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Assistant 1-4; Band 3-4; Choir 4; Musical 2-4; Thespians 3-4; Masoma 3-4; Top Ten Percent 2- 4. PAULA WETZEL — League of Honor 1-4; OEA 4. KAREN WHALEN — Special Assistant 3; Pep Band 1. RICHARD WHALEY — Art Club 3-4; Special Assistant 3-4. 110 Seniors KEITH WHEATLEY FRANK WHITNEY MICHAEL WHITE — Football 1-3; Wrestling 1-2; Track 1-2; League of Honor 1-4. MARY WIGGIN — Bowling Club 4; Y-Teens 2. SUE WILEY — Cub Club 1; Mask Wig 1-3; Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Assistant 1-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4; Musical 2-4; Thespians 3-4; Masoma 4; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Percent 3-4. JACK WILLIAMS MARCIA WILLIAMS — Special Assistant 1-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4, president 4; NHS 3-4; Masoma 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Junior. MARION RACHELL WILLIAMS — Try-Hi-Y 1. THOMAS WILLIAMS — Football 1-4; Judo Club 1; Radio Club 1; SAB 3; Musical 2. KEITH WILSON — Football 1; Track 3; League of Honor 2; MIA WILSON — Art Club 2-4; Y-Teens 1; Mask Wig 1; Special Assistant 3; KEITH A. WIMBERLY — Football 3; Shortridge High School 1. JIM WINDHORST SHEILA WINFREY MARSHALL WINGLER — Booster photographer 2-3; Spe- cial Assistant 2; Band 1-4, captain 4; Orchestra 3-4; Pit Band 3-4; Pep Band 3-4, Dance Band 3-4; League of Honor 1-4. KENNETH WINKLER — Golf 1. SHERYL DENISE WINSTEAD — Girls Athletic Assoc. 1- 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1-3; Y-Teens 1-3, Special Assistant 3; Wres- tling 4; Monitor 1-3. MARK WIRE — Golf 1-2, 4; Lettermen 2-4; Redskin Revue 1, 3-4; Homeroom Agent 1; Special Assistant 3. SANDI WOLFE — Judo Club 2; Mask Wig 1-2; Radio Club 2; Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Assistant 1-4; Girls ' Glee Club 2-3; Choir 4; Musical 1-4. PEGGY WOOD — Girls Athletic Assoc. 2; Judo Club 1; Latin Club 2-3. LINDA WOODEN VENUS WOODFORD — FBLA 1-3. CINDY WOODWORTH — Bowling Club 1; Redskin Revue 1-4; Twirlers 2-4; Orchestra 1; League of Honor 1-4; Junior Prom Queen Candidate; Turnabout Day 4. DONNIE WRIGHT PATRICIA WRIGHT ALICE YORK — Judo Club 1-2; Radio Club 3; Redskin Revue 1-4; ROTC sponsor 3-4; Home Room Agent 1, 3-4; Girls ' Glee Club 1-4; Glee-ettes 3-4; Musical 3-4; League of Honor 2-4; Trackettes 2-4. GREGORY W. YOUNG — Cross Country 2; Wrestling 2-4; Track 1-4; Lettermen 2-4; Art Club 3-4; ROTC 1- 4; Drill Team 3; League of Honor 2-4; Monitor 3; Offi- cer ' s Club 3-4. DAVID ZIKE — Football 1-3; Track 1-2; Bowling Club 2,4; Key Club 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Turnabout Day 4; Homecoming King Candidate 4; Monitor 3-4. Seniors 111 Memorable, rewarding year experienced by juniors Last year ' s sophomores stepped up into the ranks of upperclassmen and enjoyed all the privileges and fun of finally becoming a junior. Whether looking forward to classes, elections, parties, or simply the title of " upperclassman, " juniors made their presence known about Man- ual. Juniors were represented by class officers for the first time since com- ing to Manual. Elected as president was Perry Corbett, while Pam Hill became vice-president. Karen Jerrell was elected secretary and Vicki Short, treasurer. Officers met Fre- quently to plan the various class acti- vities. Once again, Manual ' s main hall- way was decorated during Christ- mastime, thanks to a beautiful tree put up by juniors. Junior Day on March 6 served as a day of recognition for third-year Man ualites. Top Ten Juniors were announced after being judged in scholarship, character traits, and school service. Many juniors were transformed into colorful formals and tuxedos for the Junior Prom. This year ' s dance took place at the Murat Hotel. Crowning for the King and Queen highlighted the evening. A contest was held earlier in the year to name a theme for the prom, with a five dollar prize offered to the winner. For juniors, 1974 marked a time when students attended school be- cause they wanted to and not be- cause they were under the 16-year- old age limit. The memories of calls of " Freshie! " and worries of locat- ing the fourth floor restrooms were really put behind. All in all, it was a memorable year for juniors. . ,... U □ ABOVE Juniors set up the Christmas tree by the main stairway. LEFT Junior class officers are Karen Jerrell, secretary, Vicki Short, treasurer, Perry Cor- bett, president, and Pam Hill, vice-president. The officers worked hard all year long to make this a good year. 112 Juniors Juniors mmm Wade Abner, David Adams, Elizabeth Adams, Gene Adams, Faith Acton, Mark Agee, Debbie Allen, Vickie Allen. Waverly Allen, Donna Alte, Martha Anderson, Sheila Anderson, Sherrell Anderson, Wayne Armborst, Pat Arnold, Samuel Atwood. Patricia Bailey, Bill Baird, Connie Baker, Timothy Baker, Marietta Balay, Marisa Banks, Candy Bannon, Donna Barlow. Joe Barton, Jimmie Bass, Joe Bastin, Mary Jo Beaman, Barbara Beasley, Billy Becker, Nebula Bell, Pam Benjamin. Betty Bertram, Joyce Bickers, Barbara Bill- ups, Tim Birchman, Debbie Blanton, Nanette Boles, Alan Boiler, Karla Borkes. Roy Bostick, Earl Bowers, Darrel Boyd, Diana Boyd, Pam Breeden, Bob Brickers, Thomas Brinkley, Tyrone Britt. Linda Brooks, Carolyn Broughton, David Brown, Debra Brown, Donald Brown, Frank Brown, Kerry Brown, Norman E. Brown. Robin Brown, Terry Brown, Greg Brown- lee, Sondra Brunnemer, Robert Buckel, Cheryl Brugess, Cindy Burgess, Doug Burk. Gail Burton, Vicki Burton, Teresa Burris, Mary Burtzo, Donald Bush, Marlene But- ler, Shuron Butler, Marcia Buzzard. Angi Byland, Tommy Byrd, Dereke Cain, Margaret Callahan, Darrel Cannon, Karen Cannon, Clarene Carpenter, Dianne Carr. Pam Carson, Cynthia Chandler, Debra Chandler, Cindy Cherry, Debbie Ches- hire, Kerry Childress, Betty Chittenden, Cheryl Church. Anette Clark, Carmel Cobb, Jackey Cody, James Cole, Daniel Coll, Lynn Collins, Teresa Combs, Joe Collins. Juniors 113 Juniors Tim Collins, Karla Conner, Perry Corbett, Mark Costello, Theresa Coughlan, John Cox, Kathryn Craig, Kerry Crawford Brenda Crenshaw, Sharper Cunningham, Phillip Dalton, Gwen Davie, Brenda Davis, Cindy Davis, Douglas Davis, Lloyd Davis. Barry Deckard, Thomas Dickerson, Britt Dickinson, Tony Diehl, Scotty Dillman, Dan Dillon, Phillip Dinkins, Robby Dobrota. Margie Dolph, Lanita Douglas, Tom Dyer, Judy Duggan, Garry Duke, Beverly Dulin, Charles Dunigan, James Dunn. Arthur Dye, Robert Eader, Felicia Edmond, Calvin Edmonds, Karen Edmonds, Robert Edmondson, Marcia Edwards, Mary Edwards. Teresa Eiler, Rodney Elrod, Terry Ennis, Katie Erney, Russell Esselborn, Vicki Eus- tace, Debbie Eva, Mark Evans. Jeffrey Faulkner, Clarice Favors, Dawn Fer- guson, Fawn Ferguson, Randall Ferris, Bill Fikes, Howard Flemister, Mike Fogleman. Karen Ford, Lex Ford, Mary Ford, Donna Former, Steve Fortner, Lee Foster, Sheila Frank, Freeman Franklin. Cheryl Frey, Patrick Fugate, Charles Fulkerson, Patricia Furman, John Gaines, Anita Gaither, Renoir Gaither, Debbie Gallagher. Oscar Gamble, Jim Gammon, Ann Gard- ner, Sherry Garner, Reuben Gay, Jan Gil- ley, Donna Gilly, Sharon Goldsberry. Tammy Gooden, Kevin Goodman, Fougere Gorden, Mattie Gorman, Bonnie Goss, Micheal Grant, Lewis Gray, Melanie Gray. Ronnie Gray, David Green, Terri Greene, Debbie Greeson, Al Grider, Darrell Grimes, Patty Grismore, Gary Groce. 114 Juniors Juniors Robert Grose, Dennis Gum, Debra Gurley, Arnetta Guyse, Brenda Hagenmaier, Tho- mas Haggard, Charles Haines, Thomas Haley. Jeff Hall, Kay Hamilton, Jeff Hammel, John Hardcastle, Melinda Harden, Steve Har- mon, Allen Harris, George Harris. Ricky Harrison, Julie Hart, Michael Hay- den, Teresa Hayes, Donna Heacox, Louise Henderson, Brenda Henry, Ronnie Henry. Ernie Hill, Pam Hill, Randall Hill, John Himes, Richard Holderfield, Sherry Horn, Mary Hollenbaugh, Mark Holmes. Carole Hosford, Dennis Hope, Jeff Hop- son, Mark Hubbard, Marie Huber, Linda Huddleston, Wanda Hughes, Wendil Hughes. Junior Margaret Jones watches with interest as she sees her likeness being shaped by Junior Melanie Gray. Juniors 115 Juniors Anna Humbles, Joni Hutchison, Jesse Hut- ton, Marsha Jackson, Kathy Jarvis, Susie Jeffers, Steve Jent, Karen Jerrell. Sharon Jerrell, Debi John, Daniel Johnson, Deborah Johnson, Derrick Johnson, Judith Johnson, Julia Johnson, Juliette Johnson. Mark Johnson, Michael Johnson, Patricia Johnson, Wanda Johnson, Dee Dee Jones, James Jones, Kathryn Jones, Larry Jones. Michael Jones, Margaret Jones, Rosemary Jones, Frank Jordan, Jim Jurgen, Judy Kammer, Daniel Keeney, Steve Keets. Cheryl Kelley, Tim Kelley, Deborah Kelly, David Kepley, Greg Kello, Bonnie Ken- drick, Duane Kent, Robbie Key. Harold Keys, Eileen Kindred, Carla Kirby, Debbie Kirk, Kandi Kirk, Debbie Kirkham, Katie Kraeszig, Tina Krause. Cheryl Kunkel, Walt Lamperski, Don Lard, Anne Lane, Tracie Lanier, Charlene Lasley, Junko Lantry, Joy Latmore. Audrey Lawless, Judy Leather, Clyde Led- ford, Keith Lee, James Lewis, Sharon Lewis, David Liggett, Ron Lindsey. Brian Linn, Ray Lochard, Donna Lolla, Fran Long, Jean Long, Andrew Lovelace, Denise Lovell, Shawna Lowe. Richard Luedemann, Marilyn Major, Butch Mallory, Yvette Mann, Carmen Manning, Maggie Manuel, Cheryl Marendt, Hugh Martin. Peggy Martin, Steve Martin, Linda Mas- coe, Linda Mason, John Mathes, John Maxwell, Debbie May, Ann McCarty. Keith McClellan, Davis McDaniel, Ron McElroy, Doug McGahn, LeAnn McGee, Michael McGinnis, Aggie McHugh, Joseph McHugh. 8BQIS3L 116 Juniors Juniors isMMi?a Cynthia Mclntire, Sylvia Mclntire, Greg McKay, Barbara McKinney, Becky Mc- Manus, Tim Meehan, Natalie Meyer, Mary Miller. Ted Miller, Twyla Miller, Larry Milli, Jerome Mills, Vicki Minton, George Mich- ell, John Moore, Kevin Moore. Chrystell Morse, Debra Mosley, Donna Mosley, Natalie Mosley, Brian Mosley, Marcia Mueller, Robert Mullen, Donald Murphy. Juanita Murrell, Deborah Napier, Diane Napier, Diana Neeley, Richard Nelson, Becky Norcross, Judy Norton, Anthony Nourse. George Kovak, Mark Nuckles, Charlotte O ' Gwin, Steve O ' Neill, Daniel Outlaw, Tina Owens, Gilbert Palmer, Lou Ann Parker. William Patterson, Brenda Payne, Robert Penner, Josephine Peoni, Gayla Perdue, Linda Perkins, Suzy Perkins, Henry Perry. Tim Peters, Debbi Phelps, Ricky Phelps, Tina Piazza, Debra Pierce, Nancy Pierce, Vicky Piersall, Delja Pinner Shelia Pinner, Daniel Pitcher, Tom Plahit- ko, Karen Pollard, Kathy Pollard, Rosa Popplewell, Saundra Porter, Joyce Powell. James Powers, David Price, Ted Pruitt, Terri Qualkenbush, Jeannine Quails, Thomas Raasch, Jack Ragland, Greg Rain- bolt. James Ratliff, Shirley Randall, Kenneth Reams, Richard Reaves, Michael Reeves, Ronnie Richard, Kevin Richardson, Mary Ann Richter. Debra Riley, Jesse Rippy, Barbara Roberts, Crispus Roberts, Sandy Robertson, Jackie Robinson, Kathy Robinson, Randy Robin- son. Nancy Rodriquez, Mark Rollings, Brenda Rosson, Jeff Russell, Anthony Rust, Melia Rutan, Alfred Ryan, Michele Rudy. Juniors 117 Juniors Connie Smith, Richard Luedemann and Judy Duggan laugh at a " chiste, " or joke, in advanced Spanish class. Many stu- dents chose to continue studying a foreign tongue into their junior year in order to become more fluent in their second langu- age. George Ruth, Allen Ruthledge, Rose San- tellana, Laura Schaefer, Rollo Scott, Ric- hard Seidensticker, Donald Sexton, Laura Shake. Deborah Sheehan, Mark Shelton, Glenn Sharp, Charlotte Shaw, Vicki Short, Sherry Simmons, Anthony Smith, Claudette Smith. Connie Smith, Dan Smith, Katrina Smith, Keith Smith, Rufus Smith, Shirlinda Smith, Vicki Smith, William Smith. Donna Snead, Lisa Snyder, Mark Soren- sen, Monica Sowders, Jack Spaulding, Cathy Spear, Joyce Spear, Joyce Spears. Kay Spears, Morris Squier, Randy Staab, Mickey Steele, Dean Stegemoller, Cheryl Stenger, Edward Stevens, Debra Stewart. 118 Juniors Juniors Barry Stickford, Cathy Stinnett, Shirly St. Nance, Julie Stone, Pam Stout, Elizabeth Strahl, Donna Strain, George Stretch. Marlin Strode, Brian Stuard, Del Stubbs, Henry Summeier, Katherine Summerhill, Cindy Summers, Steve Surber, Diana Sut- tner. Christina Sutton, Eddie Sykes, Tanya Tan- ner, Beth Taylor, John Taylor, Mark Ter- rell, Paul Tex, Pam Thomas. Robert Thomas, Debi Thompson, Eloise Thompson, Kenneth Thompson, Linda Thompson, Nancy Thorpe, Joe Tracy, Sally Jo Trammer. Rudite Treimanis, Walter Trotter, Charles Tucker, Gail Tye, Greg Tye, Kathleen Ty- ler, Debra Tyson, Gloria Tyson. Kim Underwood, Wayne Van Cleave, Jerome Vaughn, Larry Vaughn, Johnetta Wade, Bruce Wadlington, Jerry Walden, Angela Walker. Cheryl Walker, Phillip Walker, Stan Wal- ters, Rosie Ward, Warren Ward, James Warren, Jeannie Warren, Richard Warren. Terri Watson, Vickie Watson, Debbie Welsh, Rose Wentworth, Betty White, Joe White, Donna Whitlock, Deborah Wilker- James Williams, Michael Williams, Patricia Williams, James Williamson, Cindy Wilson, Cordia Willis, J. D. Willis, Charles Wilson, Cindy Wilson. Darwin Wilson, Daryl Wilson, Jeff Wilson, Lenora Wilson, Wesley Winberg, Terri Winbush, Jim Worden, Eddie Windhorst. Mark Winstead, David Wolfe, Garry Wolfe, Gary Wood, Debra Woods, Tho- mas Woodford, Timothy Woodmansee, Susie Woodworth. Melvin Wright, Patricia Wyatt, Cindy Wynne, William Yocum, Dessa York, Al- bert Young, Bill Zaenglein, Debbie Zim- merman. Juniors 119 Sophomores active in classes, activities, sports A sophomore English class studies news- papers. Many sophomore classes helped stu- dents gain language skills through both inde- pendent and group projects. Bill Able, Emilie Abel, Marsha Abel, Rita Agan, Tim Agee, Scott Alderson, Janet Alexander, Tetho Alexander. Mike Aikins, Dennis Allen, Patty Allen, Patricia Alston, Tim Altizer, Brett An- drews, Darryl Anderson, Mike Anderson. Randy Anderson, Sharon Anderson, Bar- bara Andrews, Ken Arnold, William Ar- nold, Mary Baase, Debra Baird, Joe Baker. Pam Baker, Terry Baker, Tim Baker, Gloria Ball, Ronald Ball, Ricky Banks, Cathy Bar- low, Judith Barnes. Herbert Barringer, Debra Barton, Paul Basinger, Carl Bass, Steve Bastin, Mark Bateman, Carl Baumann, Barbara Baxter. 120 Sophomores HASH I v.V UVTfc , £ aia Sophomores Sharon Beal, Shelia Beal, John Beaman, Richard Beard, Michael Becker, Marite Berzins, Nikki Bell, Jack Bernard. Robert Berry, Dayna Betzler, Carol Birtch- man, Joe Blanton, Gayle Blevins, Tim Boardman, Denise Boat, Tim Boiler. Steve Bollman, Melinda Boone, Jerry Boone, Jacqueline Boss, Ken Boyd, Michelle Bowers, Samuel Bowling, Steven Bowling. Robbie Brady, Randy Brnalein, Randy Bratcher, Vicki Brearley, Kathy Brent, Dennis Brink, Terri Brooks, Tom Brooks. Adonis Brown, Carlene Brown, Margaret Brown, Mary Brown, Michelle Brown, Sandy Brown, William Brown, Cindy Bruhn. Earl Bryant, Robin Bryant, Patty Buckel, Diana Buckles, Greg Bunnell, Kathy Bur- gess, Patti Burnette, Bill Bush. Cathy Businger, Janice Byland, Jerry Cal- lahan, John Callahan, William Canfield, Mike Carmichael, Roland Carpenter Donova Carter. Wanda Carver, Vic Casada, Mark Castle, Mike Catlett, Willie Caudle, Linda Chand- ler, Denise Chastain, Brian Chaszar. Kate Cherry, Mike Church, Sally Clampitt, Barbara Clark, Cathy Clark, Diana Clark, Jeff Clark, Steve Clark. Jackie Clemens, Larry Coin, Mary Cole- man, Sherry Coleman, Patricia Collett, Ralph Collins, Michelle Cook, Jim Cor- bett. Tony Corsaro, Patty Coy, Lee Crawford, Danny Creek, Henry Crenshaw, Dorothy Cross, Kerry Crowe, Samuel Crumpton. Belinda Cundiff, Diana Cupp, Cynthia Curran, Rick Curtis, Terri Curtis, Laura Daeger, Tim Dale, Mieshelle Daniels. Sophomores 121 Sophomores Dorothy Dana, Calvin Dardy, Robert Davidson, Melinda Davis, Pam Davis, Sandra Davis, Shari Davis, Steven Davis. Tom Davis, Greg Deboor, Karon Deckard, Ivan Delk, Joey Demers, Sandra Dennis, Cheryl Denny, Barbara Deupree. Judy Devine, Cindy Dillon, Betty Dolan, Patricia Dolan, Becky Dominguez, Peggy Dotson, Linda Dulin, Jacki Dunn. Diana Eakle, George Eckler, Debbie Edlin, Patty Edwards, Mary Ellis, Steve Emberton, Henry Engelking, John Entwistle. Patrici Etter, Rhonda Everts, Becky Farley, Gary Farley, Bonnie Feltner, Chris Ferry, Gloria Fields, Kathy Fields. Nelson Fields, Virginia Fields, Becky Fish- burn, Keith Flannery, Craig Fouts, Joan Fox, Mark Fox, Tony Frank. Donna Frey, Cathy Fulford, Alan Fultz, Raymond Fultz, Jeanne Gabonay, Milli- cent Gaither, Steve Galyan, Terri Galyan. Louise Garner, Greg Gaskin, Rozina Gib- son, Christy Gimbel, Jennifer Gooden, Roy Gordon, Jim Goss, Laurie Gray. Joe Green, Peggy Green, John Greer, Randy Gregory, Randy Gregory, Davis Grose, Pam Hacker, Susan Hacker. Julie Hafer, Russell Hall, Tim Hamilton, Tom Hammel, Karel Harmon, Kathy Har- ris, Ronald Harris, Teresa Harris. Jimmy Harrison, Calvin Harrow, Bob Har- ton, Bervin Hartsock, Carmen Hathaway, Janet Hauser, Debbie Hawkins, Rick Haw- kins. William Hayes, Clinton Haynes, Vicky Haywood, Steve Hedges, Dale Hedgspeth, Keith Helm, Clauis Hendon, Debbie Henschell. FWIM 122 Sophomores Sophomores Joe Henschen, Patty Hensley, Dorothy Hessman, Bill Hicks, Randy Highbaugh, Bonnie Hilbert, David Hill, Jill Hill. John Hindman, LaDonna Hite, John Hoag- land, Brenda Hoaglan, Bart Hodges, Ray Hodges, Gene Hollenbaugh, Shirley Holt. Cindy Honn, Darlene Hopkins, David Horn, Steve Hotseller, Maria Hounchell, Pam Hood, Denise Howard, James Hum- mel. Yolanda Humphrey, Antonio Hurd, Brenda Hudson, James Hudson, Yoland Humphrye, Becky llg, Jim Inman, Angie Jackson. Joyce Jewell, Brenda Johnson, Donna Johnson, Karl Johnson, Mark Johnson, Jeanne Johnson, Tom Johnson, Adam Johnson Lee Jones, Terri Jones, Gisele Kelly, Mary Kelley, Melinda Kemp, Carrie Kennedy, Randy Kennedy, Eddie Kieffer. Gas Kimbley, Leonard King, Timothy King, Teresa Kirkman, Danny Kriech, Francis Kriese, Kurt Kriese, Michael Kuchler. Mrs. Helen Negley, librarian, and Norma Schweikart, sophomore, check books into the library. Library messengers are a big help in keeping the library well-organized. Sophomores 1 23 Sophomores Charles Laetsch, Karen Lahmann, Phyllis Land, Phyllis Lang, Guy Lanier, David Las- ley, Amy Laurence, Russel Law. Bill Lawless, Rickey Lee, Sherri Leagins, Rose Leinbach, Kevin Lester, Carol Lewis, Jerry Likens, Terry Likens. Kathy Lindsey, Vera Linn, Robert Lochard, Patricia Long, William Long, Tony Longere, Terry Loudermilk, Janie Lowden. Jeff Lowe, Bobbi Loyd, Mary Lucas, Foran- da Madison, Renita Major, Kristi Manning, Elton Manuel, Jenny Manuel. Tim Martin, Jenne Masengale, Sarah Mass- ing, Terry Mauldin, Jane Maxwell, Pat Maxwell, Rickie Maxwell, Melvin Mc- Clure. Sophomores Calvin Harrow and Carl Bau- mann go over lines for the musical, " Guys and Dolls " . Many sophomores took part in the musical and other theatrical productions. 124 Sophomores M % JwPrl l M fPJ0 Sophomores Darlene McCormick, Bill McDonough, Daniel McFarland, Pam McGaha, Gerri McGee, Herbie McGlaughlin, Darnice McGraw, Joe McGuffey. Scott McGuire, Angie McHugh, Carol Mc- Intire, Jeff McKee, Kathy McKee, Laura McKinney, Doug McKissick, Brneda Mc- Millin. Josane McNeal, Shirley Miles, Cheryl Mil- ler, Clyde Miller, Debbie Miller, Ellis Mills, Gary Mills, Shirley Mills. Paula Mitchell, Willie Mobley, Tamie Monroe, Brian Moore, Kathy Moore, Nancy Moore, Ralph Morse, Laura Moses. Bobbi Mouser, Debra Mullen, Rita Munn, Inetta Murray, Donny Napier, Jeanne Nay- lor, Steve Neeley, Robin Newton. Mark Niehaus, Karen Noe, Denise Noeh, Sherryl Oakes, Tom O ' Connor, Millie O ' Haver, Richard O ' Hinger, Richard Oli- ver. John Orkmon, Russell Osborne, Evelyn Osting, Dennis Owens, George Owens, George Owens, Peggie Owens, Michael Padgett. Brenda Palmer, Anita Pardue, Eddie Par- :ott, Theresa Parson, Judi Pasch, Danny Patterson, Leland Payne, John Pepper. James Perdue, Freddie Perry, Terry Perry, Bruce Peterson, Donald Pierce, Cheryl Pitcock, Earl Pittman, I inda Plahitko. Mary Poland, Debbie Polen, Wilma Pool, Gary Pope, Eddie Popplewell, Brenda Potts, Darla Powell, Edward Powell. Edwin Powell, Tom Powell, Chris Powers, Mike Profitt, Jeff Pryor, Carolyn Quassy, Dennis Quillen, Crystal Ragland. Pamela Rawlings, Mark Ray, Mike Ray, Keryl Reed, Darlene Reynolds, Keith Rhem, Marvin Rice, Harold Richardson. Sophomores 125 Sophomores Tonita Richardson, Chuck Riley, Darlene Riley, Darrell Riordan, Paul Rippy, Fanny Roberts, Jeff Roberts, Kathy Robertson. Linda Robinson, Mark Robinson, Michael Robinson, Kay Roe, Roger Roppy, Mark Rogers, Albert Rose, Joyce Ross. Clarence Russ, Sam Russ, Wanda Russell, Mary Ruth, Martin Ryan, Rhonda Ryan, Carol Sanders, Belinda Santellana. Sara Sapp, Nore Schelske, Mike Schick, Judy Schrowe, Don Schultz, Norma Sch- weikhart, Oval Scott, Dan Sease. Donna Seawert, Joe Sebree, Sherry Sertz, Vincent Shaw, Sindi Shelton, Anita Shepard, Jeff Sherman, Max Shockley. Peggy Showecker, David Shrewsbury, Brenda Siggers, Melvin Siggers, Cynthis Simms, John Simms, Ron Simon, Lorene Sizemore. Kevin Slemensek, Rick Smallwood, Carry Smith, Kathy Smith, Linda Smith, Lori Smith, Phyllis Smith, Sherwin Smith. Richard Smith, Lynda Smock, Barbara Snead, Matthew Sonday, Tracy Spaulding, Nancy Satfford, Cynthia Staples, Don Stil- labower. Roberta Stinnett, Steve Stinnett, Debby Stinson, Debbie St. John, Keith Stofer, Lisa Stone, David Strain, Karen Stuard. Jennifer Study, Tina Summitt, Ron Sutton, Vicky Swank, Marilyn Sykes, Don Tabor, Terry Tackett, Dennis Talbert. Tony Taylor, Linda Taylor, David Teague, Mark Terrell, Elaine Thatch, David Thomp- son, Patty Thompson, Susan Thorpe. Charlotte Tigner, Irene Tillman, James Tol- bert, Debbie Tolle, Tony Frank, Hobert Turner, Thomas Turner, Artie Tye. ft mm sua 9 1 IS OHM 126 Sophomores If Sophomores are not exempt from signing even a freshman ' s monitor book. Here Soph- omore Thomas Turner signs for Freshman Judy Hotseller. Janis Tyler, Debra Tyson, Karen Van Blari- cum, Lee VanCleave, Leslie VanderMoere, Sharon VanHorn, Sarah Vanhoozer, Anita VanRhoon. Willy VanRhoon, Charles Vermilion, Sheryl Velandingham, Tina Via, Bill Wape, Charna Wagner, Gregory Wagner, Darrell Walton. Sandie Wamsley, Beverly Ward, Step- hanise Washington, Garry Waters, Tammy Watkins, Mendy Weaver, Mark Webb, Vernon Webb. Pam Weber, Denise Wessel, Charlotte West, Niecey West, Cindra Westenhofer, Debbie Wethington, Brenda Whetsel, Jeff Whitaker. Fay White, James White, Kay White, Leslie White, Timothy Whited, Kent Whitley, Alan Whitlock, Kent Whitley. Chris Whitney, Janet Wiggin, Mark Wil- coxen, Terry Wilde, Edmund Wiley, Fred Wiley, Mike Willey, Gary Williams. Steven Williams, Sherry Willis, Gina Wil- son, Janet Wilson, Jim Wilson, Mary Wing- ler, Kathryn Wolfe, Evelyn Wood. Jenny Wood, Michael Wood, Tom Wood, Bob Wortman, Patty Wright, Frank Wynne, Patricia Yeager, Ricky York. Sophomores 127 Freshmen Robert Abel, Valerie Abel, Bobbie Abner, Brian Anderson, Ricky Anderson, Angie Andrews, David Apple, Tonia Argenbright. Brenda Armborts, Donald Arnold, Pam Arnold, Brent Ash, Harold Ashmore, Darryl Austin, Randy Aynes, Paul Baase. Jerry Bailey, Chuck Baker, Donald Baker, Tom Baker, Wayne Baker, Carl Ball, Hattie Ball, Kay Ballew. Bruce Barton, Patty Bass, Karen Bateman, Larry Bates, Phyllis Baxter, Debbie Bean, Kathy Beasley, Francine Beauchamp. Marta Bell, Pam Biggers, Dan Bilsky, Ricky Bind- hamer, Rocky Bindhamer, Tammie Birge, Glinda Boone, James Bornstein. Robert Bovee, Sarah Boyd, James Bow, Karen Bracken, Debbie Bradley, Jodi Brent, Lee Bright, Michael Briley. Charles Britt, Roy Britt, Loretta Brock, Billy Brooks, Rebecca Browder, Carol Brown, Donna Brown, Elsie Brown. Cub Clubber Martha Herbig talks to Mr. Michael Coffman at the club Christmas party. Cub Club was open to all freshmen interested in journalism. 128 Freshmen $ M § 5 is qha m aMB f fc f S 2Mlfl Freshmen Kenny Brown, Donna Buchanan, Carlos Bundles, Debbie Burch, Sharon Burdine, Joe Burgess, Les Burgess, Teresa Burgess. Georgia Burkert, Shirley Burt, Cheryl Burton, Clar- ence Butler, Debbie Butler, Tonya Butler, Brenda Byers, Gary Callahan. Anita Campbell, Archie Campbell, Clair Cannada, Donna Cannon, Maria Cantwell, Tammy Capshaw, Bill Carney, George Carrico. Roger Carrigg, Kathi Carson, Deborah Carter, Kathy Carter, Belinda Carter, Mike Carter, Shirley Cart- mel, Douglas Carver. Pam Carver, Robin Castle, Lenora Cation, Terry Caviness, Russell Chamber, Judy Chandler, Danny Chawning, Carol Clark. Cindy Clark, Cynthia Clark, Grant Cobb, Wilfred Cobb, Mark Coleman, Mike Coleman, Patrick Col- lins, Tammy Collins. Betty Collyear, Mark Combs, Pamela Combs, Cyn- thia Conwell, Cheryl Conover, Scott Conner, Charles Cook, Karen Cooper. Brent Copeland, Bruce Copeland, Kevin Corsaro, Joe Cortner, Terry Cosby, Jon Coslett, Debbie Craig, Mark Crayton. Donnie Crenshaw, Valerie Crenshaw, Mike Cross, Terrie Crowe, Jim Cubel, Rene Curry, Kenny Dal- ton, Patty Darnell. Leeha Davenport, Reginald Davis, Ricky Davis, Denise Dawson, Scott Day, Robert Dean, Steve Dearing, Mary Demers. Bruce Dennis, Rhonda Denton, Patricia Dewey, Paula Dewey, Josera Dickerson, Dawn Dilley, Lisa Dillon, John Ditchley. Linda Domangle, Paul Dominguez, Dan Dooley, Gail Dotson, Jack Dotts, Joy Doty, Jeff Douglas, Pam Downs. Freshmen 129 Freshmen Ron Driver, Tyrone Duff, Jim Durrett, Linda Durrett, Janet Eakle, Les Earl, Ricky Eaton, John Edmunds. Mary Eiler, Kevin Elder, Cheryl Elliott, Jeff Ernest, Karen Esselborn, Sharon Esselborn, Linda Estep, Eliz- abeth Etter. John Eustace, Susan Eva, Donald Evans, Ralstons Evans, Wally Evans, Darrell Farley, Jerry Farmer, Thomas Faulkner. Tony Featherstone, Chris Fidler, Stanley Fields, Tom- my Finchum, Mark Finely, Tim Fishburn, Dawn Fisher, Billy Floyd. Everett Floyd, Jackie Fogleman, Bob Fogleman, Cheryl Ford, Christopher Ford, Melissa Fowler, Rosemary Fox, Eva Frederick. Keith Freeman, Jerri Freeman, Brian Frierson, Don- na Frysig, Mike Frysig, Paula Fulkerson, David Gabonay, R. D. Galbreath. Otis Gamble, Joseph Garrett, Darrell Garten, Teresa Garrison, Sharon Gatewood, Garrett Gay, Don Ger- hart, Wilma Gibson. Debra Glaser, Rita Glaser, Hurstel Godsey, Patricia Goins, Pam Goldsberry, Debra Gossett, Steve Grady, Kathy Gray. Steve Gray, Tony Gray, Donna Green, Rick Green, Sandy Green, Billy Greer, Robert Greer, Debbie Grey. Patricia Griffin, Aberham Grimes, Darla Grose, Veronica Gross, Margo Groves, Claudia Grow, An- thony Grubbs, Ed Gruner. All 5 Mfi ? 9 !£Mf M Chnstd Guedel, Jerry Gulley, David Gumm, Marva !• f B Wf flU ( J »fl A - W W " k W Gurley, Sue Guy, Clare Hager, Tony Hager, Steve Hale. Angelia Hall, Jimmy Hall, Mary Hall, Shannon Hall, Teresa Hall, Kyle Hamilton, John Hammel, David Hampton 130 Freshmen Freshmen Virginia Hang, Patti Harden, Theresa Harper, Debra Harris, Patricia Harris, Tammy Hash, Teresa Hayes, Kyle Haynes. Robert Hawkins, Robin Henderson, Debra Hendrix, Martha Herbig, Karen Herrington, Gary Hill, Walter Hill, Vanessa Hines. Mike Hittle, Darlene Hix, Rose Etta Hobbs, Vera Hodges, Donald Holderfield, Gary Holmes, Barry Holsapple, Ronnie Holsclaw. Tammy Holt, Lynn Hooks, Donald Hoover, Don- netta Horn, Judy Hotseller, Franklin Howard, Ron- nie Howell, Douglas Hubbs. Cindy Hudson, Rickie Humphress, Alison Hurd, Karen Hyatt, Kaye Inman, Darnis Jackson, Mark Jackson, Debbie James. John Janssen, Carla Jent, DeeAnn Jewell, Freddie Jimison, Paula Jobe, David Johnson, Don Johnson, Gale Johnson. Keith Johnson, Sheryl Johnson, Sherry Johnson, Bar- bara Jones, Karen Jones, Marcia Jones, Mary Jones, Renita Jones Mark Joseph, Beverly Judd, Michael Kaiser, Brian Keen, Debra Keeney, Debbie Kehoe, Leland Kello, Kathy Kelley. Kelly Kelley, Danny Kemp, Mary Kennedy, Brian Kent, Anita Key, Teresa Kincaid, Albert King, Randy King. Vanessa King, Dwayne Kirkham, Mark Knight, Charles Korbe, Debbie Kraft, Calvin Lacy, Charles Lacy, Ron Lacy. Ronnie Lahr, Tracy Lahr, Joe Lamperski, David Law- son, Louie Lawson, Steve Lawson, Terry Lawson, Susan Layman. Kenneth Leathers, Stephen Leathers, Joe Leggins, Scott Lewis, Tina Lewis, Teresa Little, Dale Lindsey, Bonnie Lloyd. Freshmen 131 Freshmen Theresa Locke, Joyce Logan, Billy Logwood, Violet Long, Robert Long, Brenda Lovelace, Betsy Lowden, Kevin Lowe. Gary Lowe, Lydia Lucas, Connie Luster, Kandace Madison, Tracie Mallory, James Manning, Ricky Marcum, Bonnie Marendt. Cathy Marsh, Linda Martin, Harry Masengale, Thomas Masengale, Wanda Mason, Anna Massing, Ricky Maxey, Arthur Maxwell. Mary Maxwell, Chuck May, Ken McAfee, Billy Mc- Cabe, Winnie McClarnan, John McClellan, Patty McDaniel, Steven McGavock. Anthony McGraw, James McGraw, James McHugh, Peter McKay, Kim McKinney, Melvin McKinney, Yolanda McKinney, Carol McLayea. Adell McLoy, Shawn McMillin, Carmond McNeil, Jeff McNeely, Michael McReynolds, Robert Mc- Whirter, Tim McWhirter, Bill Meadows. Jackie Mears, Deanna Medsker, Melanie Meece, Scott Merrick, Michael Meyer, Carolyn Middleton, Joe Miles, Bryan Miller. Ruth Miller, Victor Miller, Ben Mills, Brian Mitzs, Laura Monroe, John Montgomery, Rondelle Mont- gomery, Gail Moore. Gay Moore, Jimmie Moore, Kerry Moore, Mike Moore, Jose Morado, Roy Morgan, Thomas Mor- gan, Chris Mulinaro. Margaret Mullin, John Munn, Hugh Munson, Cheryl Murphy, Partick Murphy, Robert Murphy, Cheryl Muse, Chuck Myers. Deborah Nance, Kathy Narmore, Wayne Naylor, Ruby Newby, Dave Newsom, Sharon Nichaus, Richard Nunn, Gary O ' Dell. Teresa Oliger, Danny O ' Neill, Jimiece Orkmon, Nancy Orme, Tom Overman, Mark Owens, Steve Padgett, Ralph Palmer. 132 Freshmen aasA mmm A scene inside the boy ' s locker room in the gym. V ? uSt One year of physical education is required of all «VVJ » V freshmen. VJF ! . 5!fl9959 l MftGS Jerry Parham, Brian Parker, Joan Parker, Eugene Parsley, Mark Passwater, Nancie Patterson, Sharon Patterson, DeAnn Patton. Melinda Pavey, Ricky Payne, Wilma Payton, Roberta Peake, Shirley Perdue, Anthony Perry, Debbie Pet- ree, Debra Phillips. Mark Pickerell, Julie Pierce, Dwight Pinner, James Pinner, Jim Pitman, Brenda Porter, Joyce Porter, James Pounds. Frank Powell, Wanda Pruitt, Phillip Pryor, Scott Pryor, Connie Ragland, Denise Rainbolt, Bill Ramage, Brenda Randall. Stephanie Rasdell, Debbie Rather, William Relford, Connie Renner, Toby Rexroat, Phyllis Rice, Donna Riley, Raymond Roach. Tammy Roach, William Roberson, Desiree Roberts, Ricky Roberts, Felecia Robinson, Robert Robinson, Roger Robinson, Ronnie Robson. Freshmen 133 Freshmen Melissa Roeder, Jeff Rosier, Debra Ross, Pam Rusie, Jeffrey Russell, Tony Russell, Ralph Salyers, Kathy Sample. Arlene Sanders, Keith Sanders, Denise Sandlin, Maria Santellana, Kenney Sapp, Rebecca Savage, Michael Sauers, Guy Scales. Karen Schaefer, Darrell Schmidt, Laura Schmidt, Kurt Schnepf, Walter Schriber, Bill Sears, Patricia Sebree, Ricky Sebree. Darrell See, Byron Seitz, Jennifer Shelton, Debbie Shepherd, Donald Shockley, Sharon Shockley, Sara Short, Robert Showecker. Teresa Sides, James Siebenthal, Vicky Sipes, Jackie Sigler, Ronald Skidmore, Sherry Skinner, Loveda Sizemore, Darla Small. Joe Smallman, Carol Smith, Crystal Smith, Cynthia Smith, Dean Smith, Diana Smith, Janet Smith, Jeff Smith. Johnny Smith, Martin Smith, Marty Smith, Ricky Smiley, Steve Smith, Thomas Smith, Tony Smith, Linda Snoddy. Alejandro Solis, Sheryl Southern, Clive Sparks, James Spaulding, Jeff Spaulding, Danny Spear, Car- lis Spells, Jeff Speziale. Carl Sprinkle, Nena Sprinkle, Nancy Stapert, Gary Steele, John Steele, Duane Stegemoller, David Stenger, Kenneth Stevens. Tina Stillabower, Scott Stine, John Stinnett, Danny Stinson, Mark Stoddard, Alvin Stokes, Brian Stone, Judy Stout. Melvin Strode, Teresa Stuckey, Cynthia Stum, Patrice Suggs, Randy Sullivan, Cindy Summerhill, Bobbi Summers, Mark Surber. Karen Sutton, Earl Tardy, Brenda Taylor, Denise Taylor, Larry Taylor, Longene Taylor, Mark Taylor, Edward Teepe. !EI9A 9PHA 9 W 134 Freshmen Freshmen Shelly Terhune, Ervin Terrell, Robert Terry, Vickie Thatch, Connie Thompson, Debra Thompson, Douglass Thompson, Jerri Thompson. Genny Thorpe, Mark Timbs, Robert Tinsley, Beverly Tolbert, lane Tooley, Anthony R. Trotter, Michael Tucker, Debra Turner. Jeffrey Tutson, Jenny Tutterrow, Tommy Tyler, Fan- nie Tyus, Don Underwood, Carol VanBlaricum, John Vaughn, Porter Vaughn. Thelma Vaughn, Debbie Velandingham, Toni Ver- hey, Cathy Vest, Kevin Via, Robert Vinson, Caro- lyn Vinson, Particia Wade. Beverly Walker, Brenda Walker, Vernon Walker, James Wall, JoAnn Wallace, Bill Walter, Kathy Wal- ter, Cheryl Walters. Bessie Warren, James Warren, Tonya Washington, Richard Watson, Anthony Watt, Susann Webster, Ernest Wells, Dawn Westerfield. Roy Wetzel, Mary Whaiey, Mike Whetsel, James Whitaker, Billy White, Lynda Whitfield, Raymond Whitley, Ronald Whitsit. Roberta Whitt, Ronnie Whittemore, Randy Wilcox, Linda Wilkerson, Michelle Wilkerson, Russell Wil- ley, Bob Williams, Diana Williams. Elton Williams, Evelatunia Williams, Karl Williams, Laura Williams, Mallory Willianis, Reva Williams, Kathy Willis, Debra Wilson. Eric Wilson, Rodney Wilson, Judy Wiseman, Tonya Wolfe, Jeff Wolverton, Denise Wood, Larry Wood, Lori Wood. Jeffrey Wooden, Joyce Woodford, John Woods, Doniesa Woodward, James Woolery, Christy Wool- wine, Daryl Woolwine, Christina Wyss. Kenneth Wray, Cathy Wright, Joy Wright, Ray Wright, Allan York, Andre Young, Bruce Zaenglein, Jay Zook. Freshmen 135 ADVERTISEMENT money finances power neighbors business associates money grabbing necessary trusts banks backing propaganda buying selling products merchandise loans works executives controls consolidation competition losses stocks dividends gains bankruptcy mergers prices 136 Ads Ads 137 1 1 n fy Jack Brink Music Center GOOD MUSICIANS such as Manual Seniors Mike Mascoe and Ray Hauser go to Jack Brink Music Center to check up on the latest and highest quality music equipment to- day. JACK BRINK MUSIC CENTER 2554 MADISON AVE. 783-9276 Guaranteed Excellence in glass from Circle City is assured by Mr. James Narmore, Sr. Bev Narmore, Manual Senior, heartily agrees. CIRCLE CITY GLASS CORP. 751 South .Meridian Street Indianapolis 46225 636-3524 Checking It Out are Seniors Duane Strain and Cathy Hittle as they compare the low prices on all Chevrolet models. Quality new and used cars may be purchased from Nankivell. NANKIVELL CHEVROLET, INC. 3800 South U.S. 31 787-3251 138 Ads MADISON AVENUE FLOWER SHOP 2457-59 Madison Avenue 786-0431 Indianapolis, Ind. 46225 700 U. S. 31 North 888-1 144 Greenwood, Ind. 46142 Masoma members Debbie Alderson and Ruth Gommel prepare Mums for the Redskin ' s Homecoming. The Personal Touch Comes from HAWKINS PHARMACY Where Manualites are served by former Red- skins HOURS 8:30 A.M. - 9 P.M. Monday through Saturday HAWKINS PHARMACY Delivery Service Surgical Appliance • Hypo-allergenic Cosmetics • Personal Record Files Ads 139 234 E. Southern Avenue 787-5335 THANK YOU says Senior Mike Stinnett as he receives a lollipop from the receptionist at Shelby Federal. Mike has just started his Savings Ac- count where he earns from date of deposit to date of withdrawal plus continuous compound- ing interest — his money is always working. ke your date toa w drldjamoiis r staurant McDonald ' s ■ I 3920 SHELBY STREET (Just off Hanna Ave) F SHELBY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 140 Ads 1525 SHELBY ST. 635-1503 Clean clothes are a must for Senior activities as John Deu- belbeiss and Martha Mullin have found out. They know to get their clothes really clean they have to have them cleaned at Scot- tees. Here John claims his jacket from Mrs. Kaesel, an employee there. SCOTTEE CLEANERS 3535 S. East Street (U.S. 31) 784-2642 G. H. HERRMANN FUNERAL HOME 1505 South East Street 5141 Madison Ave. A Finer Service A Fairer Price Ambulance Service Heavy concentration and good lanes are all you need for a high score is Senior Joe Harmon ' s philosophy. Joe may not have his concentration, but he sure has found his good lanes. 32 good lanes to be exact at Sports Bowl. SPORT BOWL 3900 S. East Street 786-6767 for Southside Residents STIRLING FUNERAL HOME 420 Prospect 7 Looking over Buescher ' s wide selection of beautiful flo- wers are Jean Gabonay and Dan Sease who took a minute to pose for the photograph- er before making their final selection. GEORGE BUESCHER SON, FLORISTS 503 East Southern Avenue 784-2457 Defensive guard, Terry Thacker, on the Redskin ' s Var- sity Football team checks the price on one of the fine models at McGinty Dodge that caught his fancy. McGinty Dodge 3400 S. East Street Ads 142 787-8361 ?jfei " i I! Senior portraits have been taken by Prestige for over twenty- five years. Faculty portraits also are taken every year by Prestige. If you have not been photographed by PRESTIGE PHOTO- GRAPHY you will not receive a PRESTIGE PORTRAIT. A PRESTIGE STUDIO WITH COMPLETE SERVICES . . . FULL COLOR . . . BLACK AND WHITE SERVICING SCHOOLS IN INDIANA School Portraits 5422 N. KEYSTONE Commercial Weddings 253-1764 Ads 143 WAITING are Michele Kemp, Mark Wire, and Don Kasper as they make themselves comfortable waiting for their turn to be waited on in order to perhaps find a decor- ative plant to liven up their homes. Maschmeyer ' s Nursery, Inc. 244 West Troy Avenue 784-2451 TAKING TIME OUT from finding out how Alexanders handle their Typesetting business by computer are Bill Davis and Tim Crafton as they are shown around by Julie Sweet. ALEXANDER TYPESETTING, INC 125 N. East Street 634-2206 JUST PERFECT says Michele Newton, as she and Mark Terrell are shown a new Mustang by Mr. Jack Smart. THINK SMART THINK SMART PERRY FORD Where your friends neighbors buy their cars and trucks. All makes All models New Used 9000 S. US 31 881-2541 Seniors Jeff Bunnell and Ron Broughton enjoy some delicious chicken from — McFarling Brothers " the chicken people " 326 West 17th Street 923-3251 are Jenne Masengale and Julie Hafer as they try on rings at, Baer ' s Clock and Jewelry Shop. Showing them the rings is Mike Lepper, a Manual grad. Baer ' s has a wide assortment of hand carved coo-coo clocks, jewelry, and other assorted timepieces. BAER CLOCK JEWELRY SHOP 1239 S. Meridian 638-1090 HOOSIER BOOK SUPPLY COMPANY 929 E. 23rd Street ANTICIPATING 924-4297 another rush on plastic see-through folders supplied by Hoosier Book and Supply Company is Mrs. Whiteside, our friendly bookstore lady. Ads 145 Leisurely Family Dining Home Cooked Meals Complete Fountain Service Carry-out Orders Welcome Le Grande Grill One of the Best Places On the Southside to Get: Breakfast Anytime Biscuits Gravy Plate Lunches Hamburgers Fries Cheeseburgers Malts — Shakes Sundaes Hours: Mon.-Thur. 5:30-8:00 Fri. 5:30-10:00 Sat. 5:30-3:00 Closed Sundays 787-1016 1704 E. LeGrande (corner of State LeGrande) Owner: John A. Masengale AMERICAN FAMILY INSU RAN C AUTO FIRE HEALTH LIFE Auto Insurance Discounts are explained by Mr. Keith Blessing, an American Family agent, to Senior Karen O ' Connor. Other types of protection are offered by American Family. ® KEITH BLESSING 711 East Thompson Road Office 787-7228 Residence 881-5613 146 Ads 11 1 . It ' s the real thing. Coke. ( 7 Trade-marf,® The BEST is the only quality upholstering done at Gibsons Upholstering. Here William Stevenson, an employee at Gibsons, puts the final touches on a sofa-bed as Cindy Burgess and Karen Ford watch. GIBSON UPHOLSTERING CO. 1433 Wade St. 784-6284 ROUSH-SHORE MAZDA 2909 S. Meridian St Indianapolis, Indiana 48225 Phone 783-6691 SITTING PRETTYis Sandy Holmes in a new Mazda as she and John Masengale look over the new rotory engined cars at Roush-Shore Mazda. Ads 147 Happy reminder. Life ahead offers many uncertainties. But throughout the years one constant remains. Your Balfour class ring. It will never fail as a happy reminder of the golden years you shared with your classmates. Wear it with pleasure. lex loons iovj representing JEW ELRY ' S FINEST CRAFTSMEN YOU NEVER OUTGROW YOUR NEED FOR MILK Drink at Least 3 Glasses a Day EVERY DAY Harold H. Baumer PIANO TUNING and REPAIR 787-0321 These TV experts " grade tough ' . ' Look what they say about RCA XL-100 Color TV! wV-m H •• 4 BTJ.1 The XL-100 to me has more natural color. " 1 2 Glynn Rogers Chief Engineer, Atlanta $ ' I want to see exactly what I see in the control booth at home and the XL-100 does it. " I a 1 JHHHHptl w::,: Bill Foster TV Director, Los Angeles JSEZHOm it U ' is " The color on the XL-100 is excellent. " " fat: Greg Smith TV Cameraman, Los Angeles ■r— — - r ' I think the owner of a new XL-100 can look forward to very good color pictures and very little service. " r Russell Vogt TV Service Technician, Detroit K Uk " THE NEW XL-100 ItCJl JROTC LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Something to think about Students in JROTC have one thing in common. They are taking it because they want it. Summer Camp The More You Look at It The Better It Looks. 150 Distributive Education Clubs of America If you want to become a respected person in your community, build your ability in your merchan- dising and sales, — and earn money while you ' re doing all this — join Distributive Education andtheDECA Club. KEY CLUB SAYS BUILD FOR THE FUTURE MASOMA MEANS MANUAL PEP CLUB SAYS REDSKINS ARE DYNAMITE Act well your part; There all the honor lies. — Shakespeare THESPIANS ROINES BUILDS MEN COMPLIMENTS OF THE PTA CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS QUILL AND SCROLL itudent Affairs Doard 151 Ads Abel, Emily 30 Ackerman, Jane 32 Adams, Liz 17,78 Aikins, Mike 14,17 Alderson, Debbie 32,78,82,139 Allen, Deborah 31 Allen, Royce 78 Allen, Tom 81 Allen, Vicki 16 Alte, Debbie 82 Ancelot, Jerry 18,62 Anderson, Brian 49 Anderson, Mary 15 Anderson, Sharon 35 Andrews, Brett 18,62,63,64,78 Andrews, Karla 83 Appleberry, Angela 12 Arnold, Pat 70 Art 45 Art Club 12 B Baker, Joe 31 Baker, Tim 15,17,30,34 Bailey, Felecia 15,31 Balay, Marietta 17 Ballard, Candy 30 Balls, Mark 75 Band 17 Baseball 80-81 Basketball 72-75 Bass, Patricia 87 Bateman, Mark 64,74 Bauman, Carl 15,19,28,29,30,78,8. Beaman, John 64 Beamen, Mary Jo 31 Beard, Richard 50 Bentle, Greg 69 Berzins, Marty 13,16,83 Betzler, Leisa 15,32 Biggers, Pam 12 Bindhamer, Ricky 29,31 Bindhamer, Rocky 13,26,29,31 Bingham, Brian 78 Bird, Shirley 26 Birtchman, Tim 15,17,78 Boone, Melinda 27 Boone, Sharon 30 Booster 26-27 Borkes, Karla 16,78 Borkes, Randy 15,16 Bostick, Roy 78 Bowers, Earl 18,64,70 Bowers, Michelle 14,17,38,82 Bowling 19 Bowling, Sam 68 Brent, Kathy 47 Bridgewater, Marcia 15,30 Briley, Cheryl 47 Brink, Dennis 66,67 Brooks, Linda 31 Brooks, Tom 19,70 Broughton, Carolyn 19 Broughton, Ron 32,33,145 Brown, Carlene 13,16 Brown, Carol 31 Brown, Dave 64 Brown, Kenny 40 Brown, Mary 12 Browne, Sandy 19,78 Brownlee, Greg 81 Brownlee, Lang 81 Bruce, Rolfe 15,18,62,78 Brunnemer, Sondra 31 Buckles, Bob 68 Buckles, Diana 16,47 Buckles, Patti . 29 Bunnell, Greg 18 Bunnell, Jeff 18,33,62,65,94,108,145 Burke, Robin 12 Burgess, Cindy 16,28 Burgess, Kathy 16,29,30 Burgess, Ron 50 Burnette, Kim 15,33,30 Burnette, Patti 13,16,30,83 Burris, Teresa 13,31 Burton, Vickie 30 Bush, Bill 19 Business 47 Bussinger, Cathy 83 Bussinger, Cindy 13 Butler, Don 64 Byland, Angie 78 Byland, Janice 13,29,82 Cain, Dereke 64 Callahan, Pat 18,42 Campbell, Mark 18,33,62,63,81,94 Campbell, T anya 82,83,86,108 Cantwell, Maria 12 Carrico, Diana 16 Carroll, Roger 78 Casada, Vic 19,67,78 Chandler, Debbie 31 Chandler, Judy 31 Chandler, Linda 31 Cheerleaders 82-83 Cherry, Rhonda 14 Choir 14 Clark, Annette 16,78 Clark, Cathy 16 Clark, Herbie 81 Clements, Jeff 34 Cody, Jack 49,74 Collins, Joe 64 Collins, Pat 65 Collins, Tim 64 Combs, Teresa 41 Conner, Karla 78,82,83 Cook, Charles 75 Cook, Stephanie 32 CoDeland, Stuart 49 Corbett, Perry 81,112 Corsaro, Kevin 65 Cothron, Chuck 18,62 Cox, Gerald 15 Coy, Patty 35 Cradick, Debbie 30,86,87 Craig, Katheryn 16 Crafton, Tim 33,86,87 Cranshaw, Donna 35 Cross Country 66-67 Crowe, Melanie 15 Cunningham, Sharper 74,78 Curtis, Rick 19,34 D Daeger, Laura 13,29 Davenport, LeEtta 31 Davie, Daryl 18,78 Davie, Gwem 31,78 Davis, Bill 18,22,33,62 Davis, Cindy 14,16,22,27,28,29,78 Davis, Doug 15 Davis, Peggy 19 Davis, Sandy 13 Davis, Tom 78 DeBoor, Greg 78 DeHoff, Geri 30 Delk, Ivan 64 Demers, Joe 70 Denny, Cheryl 13 Denton, Cynthia 16,30 Denton, Rhonda 86 Deubelbeiss, John 33,141 Deupree, Barbara 16 Devine, Judy 16 Dewey, Donna 30,32 Dewey, Sue 45 Dickinson, Britt 70 Dillon, Cindy 13,78,83 Dinkins, Phillip 14 Distributive Ed 21 Dobbins, Ricky 78 Domangue, Linda 35 Doty, Joy 30 Driver, Ron 65 Duff, Tyrone 40 Duggan, Judy 12,14,16,118 Duggan, Kathie 12,32 Dunigan, Chuck 64 Eader, Bob 18,78 Eckler, George 17,34 Edmonds, Karen 12 Elfers, Gary 68 Ellis, Mary 16 Ellis, Nancy 15,32,30,31 English 38-39 Ennis, Terry 68 Esselborn, Karen 12,26 Esselborn, Sharon 12,26 Estes, Les 18,34,67,78 Eustace, Margaret 31 Evans, Wally 65 Exchange Students 92-93 F Faculty 52-59 Farley, Amy 14 Farley, Beth 15 Farley, Gary 16 Farley, Jeff 19 Favors, Clarice 16,30,83 Ferris, Randy 15,17,30,34,89 Fikes, Bill 18,66,67,81 Finchum, Tom 65,75,86 Finley, Russ 18,33,34,67,78 Followell, Marlon 62 Football 62-65 Ford, Davie 49 Ford, Karen 19 Foreign Language 41 Former, Steve 18,67,78 Foster, Lee 12 Fouts, Kathy 15,16,89 Freeman, Henry 18,78 Freeman, Keith 65 Freshmen 128-135 Frey, Cheryl 16 Fultz, Alan 63,64,78 Fultz, Darlene 15 G G.A.A 76-77 Gallagher, Tom 50 Gay, Rueben 78 Glasson, Diana 14,15,17,30,32 Glee Club 16 Glee-ettes 30 Goad, Don 80,81 Goad, Ron 81 Golf 76-77 Gommel, Ruth 12,28,32,78,139 Goodwin, Kevin 78 Gordon, Fougue 12 Goss, Bonita 16 Gray, Laurie 12,78 Gray, Melanie 12,115 Gray, Tony 66,71 Green, Peggy 16 Greer, John 68,74 Greer, Robert 75 Grider, Mike 78 Griffin, Patty 46 Grimes, Tony 65 Grubbs, Tony 66 Gruner, Eddie 49 H Hacker, Pam 30 Haddix, Alexis 47 Hafer, Julie 14,145 Hagenmaier, Brenda 18,22 Hagenmaier, Richard 32,33 Haines, Charlie 12,18,62,65 Hall, Jeff 50 Hamilton, Tim 78 Hammel, Tom 12 Hansen, Becky 16 Harden, Melinda 15,30 Harmon, Steve 18,71,81 Harmon, Joe 18,26,27,81,141 Harris, Patricia 83 Harrow, Calvin 129 Hart, Julie 16 Hartsock, Bervin 12 Hathaway. Larry 14,15,16,28,29,30,33,34 Hauser, Janet 35 Hauser, Ray 16,33,34,138 Hawkins, Bob 75 Hawkins, Mark 18,62,74 Hawkins, Rick 74 Hayley, Ray 64 Haynes, Randy 75 Heacox, Donna 16,78 Hedges, Cheryl 32 Hedgspeth, Dale 78 Henderson, Robin 83 Hendon, Clavis 78 Hendon, Dell 19 Henry, Brenda 31 Henry, Ron 64,78 Herbig, Martha 13,14,16,26,93,128 Herbig, Phil . 15,16,22,93 Highbaugh, Randy 78 Hilbert, Dennis 18,78 Hill, Jill 29,82 Hill, Pam 19,112 Himes, John 74 Hindman, John 78 Hittle, Cathy 14,16,138 Hittle, Mike 66,75 Hodges, Bart 17 Holmes, Gary 34,65 Holmes, Mark 18,34,62,78 Holmes, Sandy 14,15,94,147 Homecoming 86-87 Home Economics 46 Hood, Pam 16 Horn, Terri 15,88 Hosford, Carole 13 Hounchell, Maria 82 Housam, Faith 40 Howell, Ron 65 Hubbs, Doug 65,75 Huber, David 78 Huber, Debbie 14 Humbles, Anna 15 Huckaba, Brenda 28,29 Hudson, Jay 70 Hummel, Jim 15 Humphrey, Yolanda 35 llg, Becky 30,69 Industrial Arts 48,49 Inman, Carl 70 Ivian 22-23 J Jackson, Angie 31 Jackson, Mark 75 Jent, Carla 19 Jent, Steve 17 Jerrell, Karen 17 Jerrell, Sharon 16,112 Jewell, Ann 35 Jimison, Fred 65 Jimison, Wilfred 18,62 Johnson, Charlie 18,69,80,01 Johnson, Dennis 48 Johnson, Judity 31 Johnson, Randy 78 Johnson, Patricia 31 Johnston, Doris 12 Jones, Carl 18,62 Jones, Jim 64 Jones, James 78 Jones, Kathy 19 Jones, Lee 64,74,78 Jones, Margaret 12,35,115 Jurgens, Jim 69 Juniors 112-119 K Kasper, Don 18,62,65 Keeney, Dan 69 Keller, Sherron 15,29 Kello, Greg 18,78 Kelly, Tim 42 Kelley, Mary . . 30 Kemp, Melinda 83 Kemp, Michelle 14,15,86 Kendrick, Bonnie 16 Kent, Brian 69 Kent, Duane 15 Key Club 34 Keys, Harold 64 Kimbley, Gus 31 Kimbley, Margaret 31 Kindred, Eiline 15,17 King, Leonard 64,78 Knight, Mark 51 Knoll, Charlie 15 Kriese, Fritz 69 Kriese, Joni 32 Kriese, Kurt 17,19,70 Kunkel, Cheryl 16,30 L Lacy, Charles 32,65,71 Lacy, Ron 34 Laetsch, Chuck 18,69 Land, Phyllis 12 Lane, Anne 14 Lang, Sue 83 Language Clubs 13 Lanier, Tracie 35 Lantry, Junko 16 Ledford, Clyde 19,34 Lee, Keith 15,34,68,74 Leggins, Susan 18 Leonard, Norman 80,81 Lettermen 18 Lewis, Carol 16,78,82 Lewis, Jim 14,15,17,30,39 Lewis, Sharon 13,14,31 Lewis, Tina 29,31,35 Liggins, Joe 87 Liggett, David 13,50 Little, Teresa 12 Lloyd, Bobbi 30,78 Lochard, Bob 70 Lochard, Ray 15,45 Lolla, Donna 31 Long, Fran 13,22,27,31,41 Long, Jean 31 Long, Sharon 47 Lowden, Terry 48 Lowe, Kevin 17 Luedemann, Richard 34,78,118 Lunn, Debbie 16 Lunn, Mike 51 M Madison, Candice 83 Madison, Foronda 31 Major, Marilyn 16 Majors, Runita 13,16 Manning, Eddie 32 Manning, Kristi 12 Manualaires 30 Manuel, Ethan 18 Manuel, Elton 43,78 Marcum, Ed 33,42 Marques, Paulo 92,93 Martin, Hugh 68 Mascoe, Linda 16,30 Mascoe, Mike 15,17,33,138 Masengale, Diane 14 Masengale, Harry 34 Masengale, Jeanne 13,145 Masengale, John 18,22,33,34,62,65,78,147 Masengale, Tom 34,65,75,86 Masoma 32 Massing, Anna 35 Massing, Sarah 13 Math 42 Mathis, Stan 18,62 Maxey, Ricky 65 Maxwell, Jane 78 Maxwell, John 26 Maxwell, Mary . 26,41 Maxwell, Pat 17 Maxwell, Ricky 15,17,19,78 May, Linda 15,16,32 McCampbell, Kent 15,17,33,34 McCarty, Ann 12,13,78 McCormick, Darlene 16,19,30 McDaniel, David 18,62,70 McElroy, Ron 78 McFarlan, Maurice 15 McGraw, Tony 65,75 McHugh, Joe 18,62,65 Mclntire, Carol 30 McKay, Elaine 32 McKay, Peter 71 McLayae, Carol 46 McManus, Becky 16 McNeely, Jeff 65,75 McWhirter, Bob 65 McWhirter, Tim 65 Meadows, Bill 65 Meece, Melanie 12 Meece, Susan 12,16,32 Meehan, John 78 Merrick, Scott 65,71 Meyer, Natalie 16,30 Mills, Shirley 30 Miller, Cheryl 30 Miller, Mary 19 Milli, Larry 18,66,67,78 Mills, Jerome 15,45 Minton, Vicki 15 Montgomery, Mark 78,81 Moore, Brian 70 Moore, Bucky 19 Moore, Greg 64 Moore, Kevin 70 Moore, Nancy 16,17,30 Morado, Jose 65 Mosley, Donna 78,82 Mouser, Bobbi 12 MUC 18 Mueller, Marcia 30,31 Mullin, Martha 32,141 Mullin, Margaret 26 Mullin, Mary 32 Mullin, Robert 14,16,70 Munn, Rita 16,17,30 Music 44 Musical 88-89 N Narmore, Bev 138 Natalie, Mike 18 Naylor, Wayne 34 Newport, Diann 22,27,32,78 Newton, Kay 16,22,27,28,32 NHS 20 Noe, Karen 41,78 Noel, Bill 78 Novak, George 18,78 O ' Connor, Karen 15,23,25,28,30,33,88,145 O ' Connor, Tom 18,62,65 O ' Haver, Milli 82 Oliver, Robert 78 Orchestra 15 Osborne, Russ 78 Osmon, Paul 18,33,34,62,99 Ott, Joyce 16 Owens, Eddie 78 Owens, Mark 38,65,71 P Parker, Brian 75 Parker, Byron 66 Parker, LuAnn 19 Pasch, Judi 35 Pep Club 31 Peterson, Bruce 17,19,78 Phys. Ed 50 Pinner, Dwight 71 Pinner, James 71 Pinner, Tom 14,33,34 Pinner, Shiela 19 Pitcher, Dan 50 Pittman, Carolyn 15,30 Plahitko, Tom 64 Polen, Debbie 19 Polen, Doug 18,34,69,81 Pool, Wilma 35 Powell, Tom 12 Pryor, Scott 65 Q Quill Scroll 22 R Radio Club 31 Ragland, Crystal 19,29,46 Ramage, Bill 38 Ray, Mark 48 Redskin Revue 90-91 Relford, William 32 Richardson, Kevin 74 Richardson, Peggy 12,32 Richmond, Jerry 81 Riley, Chuck 64,74 Riley, Darlene 19,46 Roberts, Barb 19,78 Roberts, Dave 78 Robertson, John 70 Robinson, Felecia 83 Robinson, Linda 31 Robinson, Mark 17 Robbins, Christpug 78 Rodriquez, Nancy 35 Roe, Kay 13 Roe, Ken 15,17,34 Roeder, Melissa 31 Roines 1 33 Rollings, Mark 81 ROTC 51 Ruby, Michelle 31 Ruoff, Tom 18,67,78 Russ, Sam 74 Rush, Luther 78 Russell, Wanda 13 Rust, Anthony 48 Rutan, Melia 16 Ruth, George 70 Ruth, Mary 13,29,82 Ruthroff, John 19,33 Ruthroff, Susan 12 Ryan, Rhonda 19 S SAB 20 Sandlin, Sherri 30 Schnepf, Kurt 34,65 Schweikart, Norma 13,19,123 Science 43 Science Club 21 Sease, Dan 19,67,78 Seitz, Sherry 35 Seniors 94-111 Sheehan, Debbie 142 Shelton, Robert 62 Shelton, Sindi 78,83 Sherman, Valorie 14,30 Short, Vickie 112 Shull, Kelly 16 Simpson, Randy 18,25,34,78 Smith, Bob 81 Smith, Carol 16,29 Smith, Cindy 16,26,29 Smith, Claudette 29 Smith, Connie 12,13,28,78,118 Smith, Dan 34 Smith, Dean 71 Smith, Howard 16 Smith, John . . 15,18,28,32,33,34,62,89 Smith, Kathy 12 Smith, Keith 18,66,67,78 Smith, Lori 13,78 Smith, Phyllis 82 Smith, Rommel 70,71 Smith, Shirlinda 16,30 Snead, Barbara 46 Social Studies 40 Solis, Alex 34 Sophomores 120-127 Sorenson, Mark 12 Southern, Cheryl 12 Spaulding, Jack 15 Spaulding, Jeff 71 Sowders, Monica 16 Spaulding, Jack 34,70 Spear, Cathy 19 Spears, Kay 19 Speck, Barbara 16,32,94 Sprinkler, Nina 19 Squire, Morris 67 Staab, Becky 30 Stafford, Nancy 78 Steck, Nina 19 Stegemoller, Dean 18,62,81 Stenger, Cheryl 15,16,30 Stenger, David 66 Stillabower, Don 64,70 Stinnett, Mike 34,139,140 Stofer, Keith 78 Stokes, Alvin 65 Strain, Donna 16 Strain, Duane 15,17,33,34,138 Strait, Benita 14,15,30,32,45 Stretch, George 47,64 Stuard, Karen 30 Stuart, Brian 15 Stubbs, Bob 14,15,28,29,30,34,62,94 Stuck, Mike 15 Stuckey, Teresa 31 Surber, Mark 65,71 Surber, Steve 18,64,78 Suttner, Dianna 27,28,29,78 Sutton, Christine 16 Sutton, Patricia 16 Swank, Vickie 16 T Tardy, Earl 75 Tennis 64 Terrell, Mark 15,22 Tex, Paul 15,17,34 Thacker, Terry 18,62,78,141 Thatch, Elaine 35 Thatch, Vickie 35 Then Now 23-25 Thespians 28-29 Thompson, Connie 14 Thompson, Donna 83,94 Thompson, Ken 18 Thompson, Linda 15,16 Thompson, Nanette 31 Thorpe, Steve 18,62,81 Tillman, Irene 35 Tolle, Bonita 16 Track 78-79 Treimanis, Rudita 13,43 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Turner, Hobart 78 Turner, Thomas 16 Tutterow, Jenny 13,14,16 Twirlers 30 Underwood, Don Van Blaricum, Karen 16,30 Vaughn, Audrey 31 Vaughn, Cornelius 78 Vaughn, John 75 Vaughn, Larry 62,63,71 Ve ' lez, Ximena 12,32,92,93 W Walden, Jerry 18,19,34,68 Walker, Phyllis 31,32 Wall, Jim 65 Walter, Kathy 26 Walton, Bill .17 Watson, Terry 14,16 Ward, Beverly 46 Warren, Jim 17 Watson, Terri 16 Webster, Vickie 14,15,16,32 Wessel, Denise 13 West, Nicey 78,83 Wethington, Debbie 12 Whaley, Mary 26 White, Bill 65 White, Jim 64,78 White, Marilyn 78 White, Tony 81 Whited, Tom 19 Whiting, Tim 67 Whitle, Kent 19 Whitley, Kent 34,78 Whitley, Raymond 75 Whitlock, Donna 13,14 Wiggin, Janet 19,29 Wiggin, Mary 19 Wiley, Sue 16,28,32 Williams, Elton . . . . 65,75 Williams, Marcia 16,32 Williams, Steve 70 Williams, Tom 62 Wilson, Mary 12 Wingler, Marshall 14,16,52 Wolfe, Garry 18,81 Wolfe, Kathy 16,17 Wolfe, Sandi 15 Wood, Gary 50 Wood, Larry 65 Wood, Tom 70 Woodworth, Cindy 30,139 Woodworth, Susan 16,30 Wrestling 70-71 Wright, Ray 66 Y Yocum, Bill 15,17 York, Alice 16,50,78,89 Young, Albert 15 Young, Greg 18,78 z Zaenglein, Bill 49 Zike, David 19,34,48 Zimmerman, Debbie 12,15,17,22 -j£r». i ' V:. -V 1 " 156 Closing . ...


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