Fort Worth Country Day School - Flight Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)

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'L 'rx ' . V l'1f! , FLIGHT L 31 H F T '72 FLIGHT We dedicate Flight '72 to someone who is a teacher, an administrator, a coach, and, most importantly, a friend of all Country Day students. As a teacher, he makes his classes fun. As an administrator, he not only advises, hc also listens. As a coach, he helps each player fulfill his potential. And as a friend, he spends countless hours helping in extracurricular activities wherever help is needed. Sometimes he's here after hours just because he's involved in a vigorous volleyball game. Therefore, with much respect, friend- ship, and affection, we dedicate this yearbook to NIR. HOWARD L. CHANNELL. ' Ks N ff N QQWN A .. Q1 : 1 Exif? ff m1b h , , h,L if hwwfffmm i .X ,M J fy ' f 3, 1' - yy-Ifff -:wi gazpfidill' ,, ., n,L Wm, , Mk 'W a 9 . fi, 2 5- 4 7 X L . 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Y . .,X A 'SAD ,fi I ,v dy 'T , 5' 1 f 3: ' an .f ,:'l"' we li, A ' X 'Wm , u . . , .,f, .n 3 I V A , V'n 0 5 Ki yy v I 3 ' sr -'igfmi if x M' v f,l 5 GN ' W .. Kr f ,Q . . 5 '.,:. .4 -I -" ,, g,.4,... , j s...,- rl ,'Q,l is sf' 1 w ,g,. WM X l Hl People as friends Q o 0 N N mmm :P 3 QW we 'U F 2 Academics an 'QE qi , Do Your Own Thing uArt is doing your own thing." . . . HNOW who left this dirty table over here?" . . . HTry to match that colorlw . . . mutilated hands from the strange looking clay . . . uWork on your designli' . . . imagination leads to creativity . . . T HMake art an integral part of everyday lifef, . . . 'gSouth Pacific" sets to help out Peter Wolf . . . the more advanced the more medias and techniques . . . 39 two sketches a week . . . trying to draw in the wind . . . t'Art and Mani' . . . critical analysis, by the students, of their projects . . . gg Valentine party at Mrs. Siegel's house to fire the clay . . . trees make interesting subjects . . . t'But I've already drawn everything in W TOP LEFT! Lisanne Purvis makes a spare pair of hands. TOP RIGHT: Rich Taylor loads tht here- - - - unusual POTS CVOIVCGOH firing kiln. BOTTOM LEFT: Janet Ghormley works on tht potttty wheel. BOTTOM RIGHT the wheel - - - deC0f3t1Ve Weiwlng John Stanley sculpts the head of his idol. by the Lower School. . tw, ar +,,,,..,-M ABOVE: Travis Stinnett, Barbara Scroggie, Reese Hillard, Greg Hausenfluck and Stacey Shelton enjoy their art class outside with Mrs. Koeppe. LEFT: Ben Fortson takes his sketching seriously. Clayton and Weldon Turner sketch during art class. Chris Mallick initials his clay and Susan Olcott gets advice from Mrs. Siegel. anet Maberry and a friend sculpt and draw. Tommy Duncan and Dick Steed draw outdoors. Mary Ann McBride explains her ideas for a "South Pacifica, set to Tommy Fitzwilliam. English New English faculty . . . HAnybody know what this word means?,, . . . semantics . . . HI want you to write a little essay tonight? . . .Man . . . vocabulary . . . vocabulary . . .and more vocabulary . . . NAnybody have their theme finished yet?', . . . 'GAII we have to do is teach them to think, talk, and writef, . . . HBut Miss Robinson, we thought they were due tomorrow!" . . f4Uh, can I borrow the rostrum?', . . . cats instead of bears . . . seniors and sophomores debate . . . uHow many of you are going to join me in sum- mer school?,' . . . HThis book is awfulf' . . . 'These people can join me after school to finish their es- saysf, . . . 'gRea1ly!,' Bret McAden and Jeff Glosup do some reading for Mr. Bloch. F' "To be or not to be . . .N Bill Stanley gives the class an oral report. ff3' u.... "I think lim going to die!" Jefflyn Davis sweats it out while Mrs. Haskins checks he work. Miss Robinson shows Molly Todd and Cheryl Thornton some of the finer points of poetry. there it is, in black and white . . .', John Hendricks persuades a disbelieving Miss Robinson. The third grade uses audio-visual equip- ment to improve their reading speed. Mr. Kilborne weeps at the antic disposition of his class. NA Very!! Bon Accent g'Ce qui n'cst pas clair, n'est pas francais." . . . How to Prepare for College Boards . . . "Why is it a gque,?', . . . 4'Another vocab. test?" . . . painting old lockers orange . . . the arrival of Mademoiselle Klein . . . Remembering Europe . . . uWhat'd that tape say?" . . . HI forgot to listen." . . . mls this test going to count?" . . . nightmares about Nenetta refusing to do an exercise . . . Hllow can I teach you French when I have to teach you English first?" . . . G'This is French FIVF.?,' . . . uKilroy was here" . . . HWhere,d the French get all this weird stuff?,, . . . Ozzie and Harriells family . . . uUgh, the subjunctive, again? We had that two years agof, . . . guillo- tine . . . uBonjour Mlle Forsythf, . . . mAh, c'est un beau gareonf' . . . les oiseaux d'amour . . . 'lLet's go to lunchla' . . . Defense de macher! hae? , I Ls G on uiitrr The language of romance has different effects on Laura Barber, Mr. Avery, Robin Brook man, Leslie Tatum, and Cathey Ward. QMaybe the tape recorder makes a differencej Ou est la petite fille?,' Mrs. Klein uses a chart to teach French to the attentive third grade girls. HNOW come on, you allln Mrs. Knecht implores Lee Bass for anyone, to get the right W answer to the exercise. 18 wg , , Q N s I Forsyth observes her sixth grade class in action. "Now, try again -- rrrrrrf, The second year Spanish class practices rolling their rls. 'clVluy bien, clase, muy bienfl lVlrs. Klein and the fourth grade girls work. 1 Ln.g,,y bw- sw- Ole . Mllarcourt, Brace and WHO?', . . . letters to the Latin American presidents . . . the Lovely Five of Spanish Four . . . '4Presente.', . . . HEscuchen y despues repitanf' . . . the eternal questions: preterit or imperfect, ser or estar, indicative or suhjunctive? . . . the Brave Ones: Stephen, David, Brian, Hijlya, and Shannon -- two years of Spanish in one . . . l'Earphones drive me crazy!', . . . ulVliss Forsyth, please let us out late!" . . . Numero Uno.. . Que diablito! . . . 'LBien hecho!" . 4. e 1 E Learning a foreign language requires individual efforts. UPPER LEFT: David Briggs and Stephen Saperstein. UPPER RIGHT: Bill Nolan. LOWER LEFT: Cheryl Thornton. LOWER RIG HT: N enetta Carter. History As a Whole 'iListcn, my children . . .M . . . pens . . . in the year 1971 Leslie Channell was born . . . notes . . . lectures . . . Henry Vll . . . discovery of the essay question . . . de- monstrative episodes . . . Dr. Burr,s visit . . . stories . . .Profiles in Courage . . . HAnother movie?" . . . more lectures . . . The Prince 3 . . Cyndi and Ben Barnes , . , Collins, Carter, and Norris establish law firm with Sarah T. Hughes . . . 'cSlow down, lVlr. Dixon!" . . . Munchkins . . . side-tracking . . . breaking for lunch . . . Mr. Dixon immortalizes AP students in TCJC tests: Bill Patton is Leeis horse, Kay Collins is an ironclad battleship, Nancy Norris is Dred Scott's owner . . . Custard's last stand . . . red ink . . . pass! fail -- faill . . . rebirth in culture . . . uHas she had the baby yetfw . . . NCivil war will continue at 3200 this afternoonf' . . . cramming . . . ulaetls go peoplefl . . . fat cats . . . treacherous Sam Adams . . . AP lectures over spilled corn . . . Phlugerville football . . . geography . . . uCool it you guyslw . . . c'What,s a Utopia?" . . . "lt7s good to know that this is a college pre- paratory schoolfl nhl' Clark Kemble, Kristi Howard, Molly Todd, Lisa Hendricks, Bill Patton, Kim Pease, N enetta Carter, and Vicky Cotton seem to be thoroughly absorbed in Bible History. "And this is where Captain Smith landedf, Bret lVlcAden gives Bill Morris and Doug Woodson some historical information. Klum not familiar with that side of th4 story." Dr. Samuel Engle Burr lectures tc the American History class about Aaror Burr. Stansbery gets involved in a Middle School geography class. 'K Laura Ward and Amy Western seem to be sunk in deep thought about history. Al' History student Peter Graves lectures to a Middle School history class. QQ ev Y Math? r "Now, come on, friends." . . . HP's and Qls and Xas and Y's -- I never ip. ' 6 can get them straightf' . . . "Have you done your time on the com- puter?,7 . . . G'All right, you ichabodslu . . . 6'Comprenez-vous Geometry?" . . . c'Sketeh these graphsf, . . . "Have you done all 50 of those problems yet?', . . . log- arithms? . . . 'eHow do you invert, Mr. Brown?" . . . new black boards . . . "lVIr. McKinney, Ijust donlt understandin . . . 'gDon't get spastic!" . . . "Hog-wash!" . . .book I'CP0l'tS in math - - - additiml and Kim Fortsonillustratesaproblem on parallel lines. subtraction problems with fractions in the Lower School . . . 'EAU right, correct your eorreetionslw tufts Mr. Ben Barka finds a minute to relax as ' k . John Freeman, Robin Laughlin, and Tori Olin, members of the Math AP class, work through his geometry class ta es a test the stepped-up calculus course. Captain Smallwoodgives Erin Sweeney some extra help. K.. ,, "I got the right answer!" Tommy Hamm is ecstatic. Mr. Nladdocks spends all his spare time keeping the computer up to date. Cheryl Thomton and Eddie Cunningham borrow Mr. Maddocks during their study hall for help with pre-calculus. The fifth grade girls work out their math problems on the board. 've Got Rh thm Htlppy downy, uppy downyf' . . . fifth grade danced . . . Lou Ann, the first non-student accompanist . . . G'Sit up straight." . . . HDon't cross your legsf, . . . fifth grade composed their own music . . . Spring Concert . . . njesus Christ Superstar" and uSouth Pacificl' . . . fourth grade put on Hansel and Grctel . . . Wfake your coat and tie offf, . . . first and second played instruments . . . egg in your mouth . . . t'Open widef' . . . tradi- tional Christmas caroling party . . . community performances . . . "Eyes on directorf, 'Ullhatls a C flat in thc 8th har of the 3rd lim: after the 16th quarter note rcstf, lVlr. Balch coaches the 'cSouth Pacifica' girls. Mr. Webb and the Middle School discuss their music. Mrs. Lages teaches the Lower School rhythm. iam uPut your little foot, put your little foot, . . ." Mr. choreography for 'South Pacificw. Second graders learn the finer points of square dancing from Mrs. Lages. A ,mn?i.,:?:- VMMM LM wa. mm -Q m.,,wAs um- , it -, Balch and the girls work out the iw. B, -w av . .I Q 1' 25 Gen'l P. E. Works Cut Three easy steps to tying yourself up in knots . . . '!Only one more lap." . . . '!You guys havc too many excuses." . . . !!lVlake gem big!" . . . knee chest trap . . . basketball boys always lagging behind when it comes to laps . . . HTime for nasties!" . . . HC'mon all you illiterate Seniorslv . . . 4'Get up and get moving!" . . . mats . . . gossip circles . . . !!First three winners get to go inf, . . . '4Try to get that through the basket." . . . fantastic, unbeliev- able, magnificent, incredible volleyball tournament!!! . . . True Grit. Janice Settle shows Shelly Seymour and Patricia Hughes the proper way to obstruct. RIGHT: Coach Stinson takes a shot while Stephen Saperstein, Charles Lundelius, Bobby Barbour, David Briggs, and Tommy Hanley wait their turns. FAR RIGHT: Cyndi Reilly, Ann Bailey, Kim Pease, Rosemary Poole, and Lisa Hendricks prepare to drill for specdball. F il' we af Nancy Norris leaps for the volleyball, as Tori Olin and Susie Bond wait to help out. ,salma aramid? waawm WM M in N , ,Mya ... A-.v-W' .v.f,- v,.. . ,,f , .W . .- ,, , 1 , at--:M ' 'DM-W-az, aa ' ,ia eww, V -.ff - ew' ,r - i T' 41, fm., - V in M 5, W5 A. rrgygwgib-if""' .iw-AY. 5 it , 4. f are 11? - ' f 1 t, ,. r, , ew tg., "f .N ",, I A , sei:-2 at , . . - . l Cary Laughlin masters the jump rope. "Take that, you girlsln jimmy lnnis prepares to throw the ball at Angela Athey, Broocks Sullenberger, Karen McKenzie, Simone Webb, and Laura Eudaly, while India Cutler tries to ignore them. K s 'Hl?"r Q M. .A54,Ta..f,if',,g3f Wi ' .fl 9 a W- srsrse fwfr Gary Clayton tries to get the ball past John Hendricks and Webster Dean. The third grade fans attack Coach Stinson. 27 QQ! Science New building . . . new equipment . . . '4Steve Tatum diedg at least it said so on the EKG machinef, . . . new QU equipment . . . open air labs . . . senior Bio Il projects . . . uThe animals are breaking out of the animal room!" . . . ecology course . . . uWho is the Noon teacher?" . . . Big Thicket . . . no more rock throwing in glass offices . . . '4You mean we don,t have to stay with the chemicals anymorell, . . . brown blackboards for very tall people . . . l.P.S. will take over the world . . . HYou dirty rat!" . . . g'Hey, what are all the syringes for?" . . . OK. for the second time . . . HDon,t worry about what you concoct. Ya see, they got this vent . . ." . . . brightly painted . . . g'Alright, who cooked the bacteria in the incuba- tor?" "So thatls what that looks likell' Janet Ghormley docs some microscopic re- search. RIGHT: "Welcome to l.P.S .... 'l lVlr. Noon indoctrinates a group of un- suspecting freshmen. fl 'Think it will make it to Mars?" Steve Jennings, Don Drolet, and Richard Garvey inspect their latest development. :hier ' ""1""'W'!FPe ' ' m.. "They sure donit make it like they used tofu Jimmy Hipp takes a doubtful taste but Byron Keil is more sure of himself. M ,, 2 M M-fm" f Hrfww. , - f, e?4??Q,,Q 6'Well, Mr. Stephen, . . f' Charlotte Munn defends her test. 3 :5 isis! ' jg: , ' Pia'- :-,f: : '1 " xfff e vg ? IWW" 1-'UiweMfiss??m?iwv,wgff2!8?!iF4- - -,it mAh, '71, that was a good yearf' Matthew Blair appraises his hay infusion. '6Come out, come out, wherever you aref, Mr. Bloch plays hide 611 seek in the animal room. 29 if ,,g,i.:V Nr ,, Q-Q-.av A L- Sports 1' :, .' M: 1 - A 5 is Go 4'4wff U2 fi fr 04 xv F ,, . C Q W 4 HW 54 ' ii WL wig ,S .Jn it g-S98 P21 ' 9 'H 'Q ,f .ff-ne - ., -'M ., Q' We're Number One I , "You gotta want itlu . . . "Lotta spirit, lotta spirit!" . . . T.I.S.C. Football Co-Champions . . . eleven All Con- ference players . . . ten seniors on the starting team . . . 'gWe're Number ONE!" K' CDS VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD CDS ....... 28 Ft. Worth Christian . . . . . 7 CDS . . . . 7 Casady ....... . . 24 CDS . . . . 13 Holland Hall . . . . . 44 CDS . . . . .7 St.lVlark's . . . . . 30 CDS - - - - 44 Sacred Heart . . . . . 0 CDS - - - - 0 Dallas Christian . . . . 6 CDS - - - - 13 Greenhill . . . . . .0 CDS . . . . 34 Trinity Valley . . . . . 0 CDS - - - - 31 Cistercian Prep . . . . 8 ,Y ,e,,,jl,m,,,,,,, ,, ..--"""d'v ,A- Win-nl All Conference ftop to bottomj: Weldon Turner, Larry Kleuser Richard Garvey, Reid Marlin, Duke Cutter, Doug Decker, Stevf Jennings, ,lohn Freeman fqlefty Clark Kemble, Steve Tatum. QNow Pictured: David Capperj. 1971 Falcons. BOTTOM ROW: Steve Tatum, Duke Cutter, john Freeman, Scott Summers, Larry Kleuser, Clark Kemble, Doug Decker Cris Clayton, Steve Jennings, Richard Garvey. SECOND ROW: Phil Rogers, Mark Shields, Reid Martin, Bo Butz, David Capper, Dick Thompson, LeRoy Hildalgo, Geoff Biddle, Weldon Turner. THIRD ROW: Tom French, Neel Ware, Peter Morris, Lee Bass, Amon Carter Tom Fitzwilliam, Cove Anderson, Bill Nolan, ,lay Hageman, Ken Candler, David Ekstrom. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Dowling, manager, Mr. Tom Williams, Mr. Howard Channell, Mr. Will Stansbery, Colonel 'cRocky,, Rosacker, Mr. Barry Noon, and Mr. Dick Stinson, coaches Matthew Blair, manager. l 1 'KJ 5 is K 44 L, Ha. ,. teve Tatum, alias The Mole, finds a new way to gain yardage. That's hot!" David Capper relaxes in his daily whirlpool bath. 'flt gets kind of crowded in here, doesnat it?" Larry Kleuser runs into trouble against Casady. - b..f ., as Q11 'fi 1 - R5 gi , if k Q f W , , ' .ll 355 . - ,, ,- ' ' V I ,V ,, . U ? - A - "But it canst hurt on that side, Geoff. We took everything out over theref' Dr. Kemhleas verdict: "No more football." uWhen you finish putting Grasher on the ground, help him up, then ask him if he's got any more eggsfi Coach Channell talks to Weldon Turner and David Capper during the Trinity Valley game. 7 Teamwork Pays Season of injuries . . . Gatorade . . . Hliatie, bar the doorlw . . . down on the goal line for a few quick ones . . . 'GIt's all up to you." . . . head in the hole . . . HManagerI" . . . over on the blocking sled . . . g'Where are the serimmage vests?" . . . hull in the ring . . . L'Kiek Casadyl Kick Casadyl Kick Casadylw . . . first year in the SPC . . . MWhere's the 'cripple erew,?,' . . . eight guys All-SPC. wgg i a Q2 V - it - ef ff l,Lsifgfi?f . g L' Ss Steve Jennings and John Freeman agree, 'Things go better with eele ff' , Q g G 'd,-- . "1ll lr ' Y" , atom P eqpeud y tu orange Country Dayas own mustachioed Frito Bandito, LeRoy Hldalgc takes a breather. The Falcons stop Casady. i M la I 1 ... - . :I Iasady wonders where all those blue shirts came from. lfvtfht e :Are you kidding? The green again?', Richard Garvey and Larry fleuser find that the green Gatorade is the only had thing about :he Trinity Valley game. 3 T il. :S gf .tif A Q 3 -,, ,-:V ,t . The line may be small but they smile mean Dedication. WPUL somvone on Ilia' groundll' . . . r1c'w'-jvrsvys -- a lilllv hig, but nvw . . . "lmRoy donil want ilu-l1all.". . . films. . . 'Wlial play did you call, l,arry'!' '... Fnmanialiu . . . 'lO.K., in on the woiglitsfl . . . Grwnliill really heal Quin! . . f'L1'l's liave som? blocking, linvfl' . . . shorts on Mondays ...' 'Coairlies suit up today." . . . "Stop acting like lick your hrolher-in-lawlM . . . windsprinls, wind- sprints, and moro windsprinls. "lf he docs that, do il right bac:lc.'lC0ac:l1 Noon confors with soma: of his charges. Coavln-P Stanslwry, Cllilllllvll, ll lllllllllS, and liosavlwr haw all me on lln- farnc, lio minff il all falls losfollnfr. ffjainu limi' is wh eq i F b coai-lu-s haw: to watczhj fi 55,70-1-,, ,Q limxf' . -. if I M I K K W ' 33-Q,+.,iff Uh! o . -Ai iw: . , 'gigs , ogg? 'i I L'You arenal going anywhere this llIIlt5.w .lohn Freeman and llulw Cntlcr sandwiirh a llri-1-nliill rnnnvr. f ,V 1 fdirdisfmsvk -His!!-1 i j l 3 own '- M Nf- Falcons get ready to stop Cistercian. i . 5? ,f fl iso 446, X wi, X ff ?Q fo ' r i Of, Q im - " A ,kkrg , ..vfM 7 a af' rw 3' , flr at 4 4 5 'N A il i f ' 2. ff l . i a ' rw A fa , .H xg i r, -, A I Q 1 my 411 wg Q ' Q i- if .,. mm:'L J my "Y i x'-'J' .. V , V, , U , wr at f ff.,: 1 , I Q .J 4 ia r i. pi o f i-m a , a wiffwg " A -if ' w r - ' .' , 4 A A'-N-zfsg..f,.L , , V. A ' FHWLQ A Wx Quarterback Larry Kleuser takes a last-minute: survey before the W N VL . ' ' ' , f W snap. Q A Vi The Falcon line ties up Cistcrcian. - Reid Martin and Richard Garvey work for the all-conference tackle title. 1971 Nllddle School Number One Undefeated Foot ball Team You re my boy' 404 polnts to the opponents 6 You bet' the Powerhouse . . first undef: ated season for ANY CDS team CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS Almost every boy ln the Mrddle School played football The Falcons held flsterclan scoreless to take lst place ln l' l.S.C. 38 at XJ. 5 Fred Zinkel carries against Immaculate Conception. Col. Rosaeker cheeks on Russ Martinis ankle. What a way to start the day - with ealistlu-nies! 1971 Middle School Football Teami FIRST ROW: Kelly Ryan, Scott Tatum, Biff Joslin, Brad Nowlin, Russ Martin, Fred Zinkel, Mark lVlaberry,Mitcl'1 Wynne, Pat Kneer, Ben Anthony, Kevin Capper.SlQCOND ROW: Mike Berry, Wyatt Mattiza, Suter Duliose, Louis Naham, Billy Buck, Scott Nowlin, David Parker, ,limmy Walker, Wayne Chester, Stuart Hoff. Kelly Thompson, Tommy llamm, Wlike Oleott, Win Ryan. THIRD ROW: Steve Eisner, Gary Knight, Dee Kelly, Tim Williams, John Wilkin, Line Conn, Kyle Clauneh, jimmy Hipp. George Young, Chris Chambers, Ken Miller, George Carter. FOURTH ROW: Karl Stump, Mark Ferree, Ross Maddoeks, Rudd Long, Wade Meeker, Scott Landers, Peter Courtney, Greg Slayton, ,lon Snyder, John Sanders, Mike Goodrieh, Peter Whipple. Byron Keil. Tom Purvis. FIFTH ROWS Col. Rosaeker, Coach Stansbery, Hen Fortson, Kip Collum, Tim Zay, Danny Blumlrerg, Craig Marks, Pat Walsh, john Havens, Huek Newberry, Capt. Smallwood, Coaeh Stinson. KNFELING on grassi lVlanagers Rob Hundley and David DelVlent. Ii' IIYU team that scored over 400 points to the opponents, 6. - Hockey Girls Play the Field Goat Roper and Slick Chick drills . . . Coblels pointers on how to be a Super jock . . . Shoes! . . . UNO goal -- offsideslv . . . "Aw team led by four Mighty Seniors -- when they got to play . . . HB" team gets the pinnies . . . uliosemary, did you get the ice-chest filled?" . . . Captain Kristi . . . playing against an eleven-man defense . . . Sticks! . . . SOC . . . Gwen's scoop into Casadyls goal . . . Halloween - Tulsa or Treat . . . Obstructionl . . . lots of spirit with Hockey cheers . . . 4'C,' team beat Middle School . . . 'LDefense, always stay between your person and the ballf' . . . G'Mayhe the MBM team should play instead of the HAT. . . 4'Did you have a good time watching the second half, Robin?', . . . HPush 'em offsidesf' . . . "Why do we always have to go therefy' . . . pass across the goal . . . uWho,s the covering fullback?7' . . . Hokey Pokey . . . "Ladies, line up on the goal line, stick in your left handf, . . . taped ankles . . . '4Ready, hit it!" . . . coach with obnoxious laugh . . . 'ajuniors and Seniors get the turn-around seatsfl . . . NAM team wasnat scored on for the first four games. -31.4.11 Ann Tilley and Mary Sehutts wait for Shannon Sweeney to share her Sprite during halftime against Greenhill "Bw team. Kristi Howard stops the TWU attack and passes to her halfbacks. ,S ,-.,. -rw, 'was v ,W 0' ',r,..-.iWz,,A, , f " xx L' -H Q . 1 . , vigil: ,.e,-fjrzgigfly 1. X, we 'x . f ,K 1-rg' 1 Q was - I r ,- , . , S, , Q, . in ' - ,L Y . G i A, , . f . N' fy , 5, Karen Eudaly and Molly Todd try to block Nenetta Carteris free hit in a practice game. nv H 'fi S ,sa fm ' : :,. gfwzld , H. my Sf. A ,FW . 1Fs.r,,- any -A "" - 14'l'H was' up 'vim Q is yd. .K iff' i ,xt .ff-Q 0 v ? W n N uv 1 Q QV 5 M- 1? ifmrw . .9 fn' 5 D' . Q I Ja, MF r . NWWEMMW ffififww in ' L 'L .Wg . --1 wwmm , K. NA -KM VM . . ,. K 57 K ,. K K A , ,W ,:,, mfmq, NX , A " 21- A ' f " slwiiszlmh M W 4 wg dwg my .,kW,.,, . . k R sw ,. Y f 1 1, " +fs:M,5.,. 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TOP LEFT: Nenetta Carter needlepointsg TOP RIGHT: Leslie Tatum and Debbie Blair stuff their faeesg BOTTOM LEFT: Gwen Tilley and Cheryl 'Thornton work a puzzleg and BOTTOM RIGHT! Jean Morgan and Mary Ann McBride make the best of Halloween on a bus. The '72 Hockey-jocks NAv team. BOTTOM HOW: Molly Todd, Charlotte Munn, and Janet Ghormley. SECOND ROW: Nenetta Carter, CDS VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY RECORD Ann Taylor, Margaret Thompson, and Cheryl Thornton. TOP HOW: Mrs. Byrd, Gwen Tilley, Mary Ann McBride, Robin Laughlin, Debbie Blair, Leslie Tatum, Lydia Cutter, Mary Stouffer, and Kay Collins. 5 i Q l E Qi . nBn and MCD teams smile mean. BOTTOM ROW: Susan Morgan, Kim Pease, Melissa Carrett,and Shannon Sweeney. SECOND ROW: Sarah Harris, Elissa Sanders, Camille Kemp, Lizabelh Lambert, and Miss Coble. THIRD ROWS Cheslea Kemble, Ann Tilley, Carla Olin, Kerry Webb, and Cary Laughlin. FOURTH ROW: Cindy Kelly, Rosemary Poole, Katy Hahan, Carla Kemp, Lisanne Purvis, Anita Sweeney, and Kelly Rowan. TOP ROW: Mary Selintts, Mimi Ward, Michelle Tarride, Debbie Conner, Adelaide Kline, ean Morgan, and Maxine Aeola. Missing: oanne Cassullo. CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS ln the end Hockey is really a happy sport . Q 1 552 ie "0ver Hill, Uver Dale" The Hill . . . 880's around the football field . . . Hulen and back, Hulen and back, Hulen and back, etc., etc., etc. . . . 6'Doesn,t Briggs ever stop?" . . . time trials . . . the Thompson Ninth Turn Blues . . . never did play touch football . . . "You know, when I was on a submarine . . Y' . . . G'Did he say the big loop twice and the little loop once or the little loop twice and the big loop once?" . . . four miles a day, pre-speech, and twelve miles a day, post-speech . . . run, run, run, walk, run, walk, run, run. n . ,,,, JP' , '. , T. gi, . ,, , , t, sic! EA. K JL 41,9 za' ,.1.sf'i' xv 7, , fa - .- i' J - vi. ., . "Look Bill, I have a trick flea named Hermief' Capt. Smallwood and Bill Patton discuss technique. iQ ' V31"'Wi' , awe t f W ails, , ww. A A' 4... .Q i FQ, -. I Q: im mf' f .. if in ' 3-3? "f , ff L W Wg- ,, A '52 :gg fe .wafggza -sv'-at 1951 'ffa1Q'Qif'i53"Ii . -gf it, ma..-wu.1:3ts t' 7 ' - "I donlt feel so miles. .I "Prepare to run 'f A mr Av M . If-fr. 'Q' ,mm goodf, Alex Beros relaxes between every twelve .,. L-sv., I -- run." Dwight Horton and David Briggs take off Ma was ,w s Q, , 'l l l l 1971-72 CDS Varsity Cross-Country Team: john Wallace, Alex Beros, Bill Patton, David Briggs, Dwight Horton, Quentin lVlcGown, Clint Boardman, John lVlcClung, Dick Thompson. ,Iolm Nlcfilung finislios filth ....... from the last. sts, Wit? in V "Fam-1', lustmer. you lool, you loolfi Hill Patton urgoslolin Wallace t FXTDGQDNS GQ? CDS ,,,,,,,, 4. Greenhill ........ . . . 1 CDS . .5 Selwyn . . . . .3 CDS . . . .6 Casady .... . . .0 CDS . . . .2 Cistercian . . . . .2 CDS . . . .5 St.Marks . . . . .0 CDS.. ..3 Jesuit ...2 CDS.. ...9 Selwyn ...0 CDS . . . 3 Cistercian . . . . .0 CDS . . . . .5 Shreveport . . . . .0 CDS . . . . .5 HollandHall . . . . .0 CDS . . . . .6 Jesuit ...... . . . .1 CDS . . . . .3 TrinityValley . . . . . .0 CDS.. ...1 St.Mark's.... ...0 CDS . . .4 Greenhill . . . . . 1 CDS... ...0 Casady...... ...1 CDS . ...2 TrinityVa1ley ...0 CDS... ...3 NorthDallas.... ...1 CDS . . . . . .4 Irving MacArthur . . . . .0 CDS... ...0 Kinkaid...... ...0 CDS . ...1 T.M.I. ...0 CDS . . . .1 St.John's . . . .0 1971-72 CDS VARSITY SOCCER RECORD V Q Nmfkny- --...,. xiwif .LM nw, . .af W 6 A l We're Number Une! 1 P, . 'hWhat a great bunch. . . . wCome on, Garvey, just or five minutes, play your positionf' . . . galley, letis get another hat trickll' . . . '4Hejust pulled another Dillerf' . . . Hliemble, your underwear is showingf' . . . 'gtlirele up" . . . senior tri-captains: Kemble, Tatum, and Garvey . . . a successful season for the senior jocks ol' '72 . . . "Leather who?" . . . Ml can't believe we won the WHOLE thing." . . . Duke the Spook . . . HGo Crankshaft!" . . . 6'And the hero of yesterdayis game, Goalie Geoff Biddlef, . . . only five on the All'Conl'erence team . . . SPC, NTHSSA, TISC . . . 18-I-2 . . . MAH right, everybody on the goal line." . . . ev lo one we nee a 1 av o' .7 . . .s in v ce 'ense . . H',CI l, dlvtf' trlt . "Hey, l,ickoI" . . . ulieep your shots downft . . . y "Drolet, il' you do that again, l'll kill you!" . . . El Centro . . wPlay your game." . . . Cisterciarfs basketball court . . . 'tYou bella' . . . unofficial State champs . . . "Mid now fi ree' X L' 'F . ...QQ r V ' we present . . ." . . . "And now we present . . ." . . . t'And - .. A K . ,L set fel. 'off si? aggvfwsr. 1'..giT'iii,.ggf, i ,aavre . now we present . . ." . . . Wrecker, the Hatchet Man . . . ' M A wer.. .. , , ,W , 1, .g W ., K, . 'L f: j ya, FV We K. nasty red shorts . . . mud pies in l+rankl1n l'1eld . . Y - f Y f llilmnlerllflad Talllm - - - lWlnlng,5 51,000,000 leg - - Mljcney, mceney, mincy, moe, which way do you want to go? "We've got ii great ball ljlubllln. Kumble, Tatum, and Garvey question the officialns coin toss. 1 ? si Kemhle and Tatum try out a new balancing act. 1 T A An. 41 M ,. iw nnmwwri, 4 - -V .A -A - . A .,, , 1971-72 Varsity Soccer Team. FIRST ROW: John Freeman, Doug Decker, Richard Garvey, Stevetlennings, Geoff Biddle, Scott Summers, Clark Kemble, Steve Tatum, Duke Cutter, Bill Patton. SECOND ROW: jay Baker, Bob Cruikshank, Lee Bass, Tom l,eatherbury, ,lohn Wallace, Tom Fitzwilliam, Allan Kelly, Robert Kelly, Clint Boardman, Jay Hageman, Don Drolet. THIRD ROW: Col. Rosaeker, Webster Dean, Robin Whitson, David Ekstrom, john Hendricks, Gary Clayton, Tim Wentworth, Alex Beros, john Stanley, Bill Murray. :: .u,y 4 ' .Jer bi VK' ix, 'Q e A ' ,ff-:.wi., l S, Y, f A' if, . at -- ' shun- .f .ft 3 as wig? Q 1 y .Q v',.ai guyz, 35? S xx .5 M SPC All-Conference players: Steve Tatum, Clark Kemble, Steve Jennings, Richard Garvey, and Honorable Mention goalic,Geoff Biddle, trucked their way to state Hheylw - No. 'llll 2 fl W . ,. T I KDiller" Don Drolet prepares to center the ball for a shot. Falcons Hold Up Under Pressure si ii? fs Goalie Geoff Biddle does his levitation aet to save a goal. 5 is i s 22: 91 N000hh, what is it?', Summers, Patton, and ,lermings see an un- ii identified spotted object. 1 --W , -wo.. ,af cHe ou're or eous but we've ot to have another oal." Col. Y Y S g 8 5 Rosacker flatters Clark Kemble into scoring. 'f . lim 'K Sideline expressions reflect the intensity of the game, The Knuckleheads triumph again on ai corner kick. Let's Pla Soccer! I I HAH right, Naham, get out of the middlef' . . . Spider man . . . 'AWhat a dud corner kickf' . . . L'Quit foolin' aroundf' . . . 'Tm getting numbf' . . . t'Center it!" . . . "Aw, heck, too latelw . . . 'fDon't be afraid of Kneer, go get the ballf' . . . whiffed it . . . "Don't bunch!" . . . MWhols throwing the mud?,, . . . HWhat a toeln . . . the captain is a goalie . . . the halfbaek triangle . . . Mighty Mite Nowlin . . . Hamm's golden head . . . uLet's scrim- mage." . . . MWhich goal? Which goalfl' . . . t'OoooooI" . . . '4Strawberries!,, . . . HLet's play on a field with some grass." . . . The Tincup Express. jimmy Hipp, Scott Tatum, and Aaron Siegel get ready to steal the ball from an unsuspecting forward line. 1971-72 MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER RECORD CDS ........ 0 St. Mark's ............ 0 CDS... ...0 St.Mark's ...2 CDS . . . . . .4 Trinity Valley . . . . .0 CDS . . . . . .3 Trinity Valley . . . . .0 CDS ...4 Greenhill ...0 CDS ...4 Greenhill .. ...0 Middle School demonstrates how much organization is required fol mass soccer. 5 "Look, itls a birdg it's a planeg it,s a ballerina! No it's Scott Tatum playing soccerlw L l Kelly Ryan, George Young, and George Carter race down the field 'apt' Smallwood explams Strategy before 3 game' as the flashing Falcons streak to another victory. 5 - 43. .... A 4. l97l-72 Middle: School Soccer llltiillll. FII-tS'I' lllllli Chris Ullill1llll5I'S. Pat lilllfl'I', Tommy llannn. l5il'l',loslin, lxLlyll0cill1'Sl6I'. livlly Hyun, Louis Nahum, Scott Nowlin, lllarlx lllabvrry, Billy lhlclx, Suter llnliosv. ll in Ryan, Bill Stanley. Scott illllllllll. SICCONIJ HOW: Pat Walsh, Tim Zay, Stl-we lfisnvr, Nlilw Nlcliriclv, P1-ter Courtney. llohert llundlm-3. Burnie- NX esta-rn. Chris 154-ros. Cary Knight. llavifl llarlwr. Mike Ohzott, George Carter, Wade Meclwr, Milo- Berry, 'loin Purvis. 'llllllll llfjllii ll yatt Nlattiza, liudd Long, Mark l'l6I'l'1'lY. Nliki- Gooclrimrh, Dani:-l Krakower. ,limmy llipp, George Young, 'lim Vvillll2.ll1lS, Karl Kane. Ken Nlclieiixin-. Greg Slayton. lllllllily Ghorniley, ,lohn Willtin. ,lohn Haw-ns, Aaron Siegel, ,lohn Sanders. TOP: Capt. Sniallwoorl. Dribble, Shoot, ' l l . . . . Swish . . The case of the missing candy bar . . . Big Dick and Little Dick . . . HFollow your shotsf, . . . 'ijust get a few quick buckets, Weill be back in the gamef, . . . famous come- backs falmostj . . . NDish!!i' . . . Thompson Fan Club . . . Baby Root . . . Beat St. Stephen's at SPC . . . best B-team yet . . . "Go, Ziggsln . . . "Hey, this bus is smoking, againli' . . . Baby Ben and Lurch . . . "Well, the Thomp- sons and the Martins are heref, . . . high and soft . . . '6Defense, defense, defense!" . . . 'gTouch your hair againf' . . . 7-0-12 . . . HWho wants to go to Muenster?" . . . zone defense with a fast break . . . g'We're running the shuffle, Larry." . . . fourth in TISC . . . 'fCandler, where are those towels?" . . . Waldo . . . "Say, Babyllw . . . Reid's killer passes . . . a very improved team. 1971-72 CDS VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD CDS Trinity Valley ....... CDS Sacred Heart ..... . . CDS Casady B .......... CDS Fort Worth Christian CDS Greenhill .......... CDS Dallas Christian .... . . CDS Shreveport . . . CDS Holland Hall . . CDS Trinity Valley . CDS Dallas Christian . . CDS Greenhill ..... CDS Wichita Collegiate . . . . CDS Casady ...... CDS St. lVlark's ...... . . CDS Cistercian .......... CDS Fort Worth Christian CDS Greenhill .......... CDS T.M.I. ........ . . CDS SL Stephen's . . "He flies through the air with the greatest of ease . . f' Reid Marti has no trouble getting off the ground for a shot. "1 did it, l did it, l did it, I did itl ll" David Capper scores. Q 1971-72 Varsity Basketball Team: FIRST BOW: Jimmy Stonffer, Larry Klcuser, Dick Thompson, lteid Martin, Coach Will Stanshery, David Briggs. SECOND ROW: jim DuBose, Dwight Horton, Tom French, Bill Nolan, Stow Booton. THIRD BOW: David Capper, Weldon Turner, Bobby Barbour, Frank Stevenson, Kun Candler. ii is 45' "Ready on the left, ready on the right, fire at will." Dead-eye Reid V l Martin uses his shooting arm to try to sink another free throw. fa . y I az..-5 . Z , ff 5: 1 'Q .- . Baby Root Barbour strikes again!!! 1971-72 CDS VARSITY B-TEAM BASKETBALL RECORD CDS ...... CDS . . . . Trinity Christian Academy Trinity Valley ...... CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. CDS.. .. "Step right up folks. What you see here is not posed or forced. It is an actual real live crowd at a basketball gamellllu Q ii .. lt is amazing how basketball just sweeps David Briggs off his feet. "Look at the ball-yin CDS.. CDS.. 'X Fort Worth Christian . . . Greenhill ....... . Dallas Christian . . . . Shreveport .... . Holland Hall . . . . Trinity Valley . . . Dallas Christian . . . . Greenhill ..... . Wichita Collegiate . . Casady ...... . St. Mark's ........ Cistercian ......... Trinity Christian Academy Fort Worth Christian . . . MQW n"""' av- ,. i A 1 .x :iffy .fi sd? f r i, "It's bigger than a bread boxf' Coach Stansbery plays charades "Finders keepers, losers weepersf' Weldon Turner can't decide with the team during time outs. whether to give the ball up or not. PM Larry Kleuser, Weldon Turner, and Dick Thompson demonstrate the concentration required on the basketball court. 15 4, 2 ,.-A We Want Two Points '-L,lQX' "Jump, Bobby, jump, get off your feetlw Bobby Barbourls elevator shoes really work. 'S 'i 'C' l Larry Kleuser demonstrates the skillffj that helped him win a spot on the SPC All-Conference second team. Q A A ,sees - p g'Defense, defense, defense! I l 5' if ,e e-'ff1.e, f "On your mark, get set, jumpf' Dick Thompson leads the Falcon offense in a score. "Dribble, dribble, I can dribblef, Reid Martin takes his time "You're not going anywherelv David Capper and Dick Thompson moving the ball down the court. try to intimidate their opponent. Kerplunk Kerplunk HAH right, you guys, quit screwing around." . . . I5 free throws . . . Fantastic crowds? . . . 'LGreat defense! Now letis make some shots." . . . 'tWho is the big tall guy with dirt on his face?,' . . . 2Now these country boys are good ball handlers and can shoot real goodfi -- CDS 43, Newark 22 . . . Brad Nowlin, the two-foot tall starter, won the Une-on-One Championship .... 6'Who won thc Weeny Championship?" . . . t'Great breakaway, but make thc basket next timelt' . . . MDon7t hit him until thc last five secondsli' . . . Brad, Russ, Zink, Horton, Benjy, Mitch, and Cappcr. 1971-72 MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL RECORD CDS ....... 26 Trinity Christian ........ 15 CDS . . . . . 36 Immaculate Conception . . . . 21 CDS . . . 43 Greenhill ........ . . 33 CDS . . . . . 20 Trinity Valley .... . . . 31 CDS . . . . . 24 Dallas Christian . . . . 27 CDS . . . . . 43 Newark .... . . . 22 CDS . . . . . 42 St. Andrews .... . . . 19 CDS . . . 29 Trinity Valley ..... . . 40 CDS . . . . . 35 Fort Worth Christian . . . . 22 CDS . . . 30 St. Andrews ...... . . 35 CDS . . . 46 Fort Worth Christian . . . . 20 CDS . . . 35 Immaculate Conception . . . . 19 CDS . . . . . 39 Trinity Christian . . . . . . 25 'cFlash" Horton, defender of truth, apple pie, motherhood, and basketball, streaks down the court for a score. Fred Zinkel and Russ Martin stalk their prey. Z ' ' ,W 2 ff. Y -2 'V as V ,--' . - V I. . 1 sy mam, 533555 11 fisfa,-M, F31 T2 '-1 -1:5 .NNN 14-..1,.., K ' J, QT' , isys , gg "One, two, three, four . . .U Kevin Capper poses while his team- mates count his ribs. lg? 8 ,A .ff 2 A 1971-72 CDS Middle School Basketball Team. FIRST ROW: Russ Martin, Fred Zinkel. SECOND ROW! Huck Newberry, Kyle Claunch, Jon Snyder, Dee Kelly, Scott Landers, Ben Fortson, Mike Goodrich, Ross Maddox. THIRD ROW: Peter Whipple, Brad Nowlin, Dan Blumberg, Kip Collum, Line Conn, Ken Miller, Jack Horton. FOURTH ROW: Byron Keil, Kelly Thompson, Karl Stump, Kevin Capper, iMitch Wynne, Ben Anthony, Coach Stansbery. Coach Stinson and crew have a locker room chalk talk. Look-alikes Russ Martin and Fred Zinkel are also the 71-472 Mid- dle School hasketball co-captains. gy locks Pla Hard '7We scored on Casadylw . . . uWhat do you mean we can't stay in the same hotel with the boys?l' . . . The Sensuous Couple . . . 5-3-2 or 2-3-3-2? . . . trying to beat Casady and then getting beat by St. Johnis . . . Captain Kay . . . Mlf we hurry and get out on the field, we won't have to run wind sprintsf' . . . sleeping on the luggage racks . . . uGet on your person!" . . . HThat little red headls' . . . rough practices and even rougher games . . . 'LThat ref!" . . . "Lizard Legsi' and g'Marilyn" . . . c'Schutts, use your hands!" . . . NWe have to play Trinity Valley again?N . . . trying drop kicks from anywhere on the field . . . Mjanet-to-Margaret touchdown passesi' . . . 4'We,re number thrceli' . . . MShut uplw . . . bad third quarters . . . lots of good rookie freshmen . . . NOur average height is 5'2w and their's is at least 5'7,,. How can we guard them?" . . . 9-3-1 season record. All Conference selections: Janet Ghormley and Kay Collins, second team. Nenetta Carter and Robin Laughlin, first team. CDS GIRLS' VARSITY SPEEDBALL RECORD CDS Selwyn . . . . . . . CDS Trinity Valley . CDS Casady .... CDS Selwyn . . . CDS Trinity Valley . CDS Holland Hall . . CDS Casady .... CDS Hockaday . . CDS Trinity Valley . CDS Hockaday . . . CDS St.John's . . CDS St. Stephen's CDS . . . . 19 Trinity Valley . . . . .0 I if ,Cf . , ,K Q ciiyfiv , ,fe ,-ij,-'M The 'CAC team. FIRST ROW: Margaret Thompson, Janet Ghormley, Gwen Tilley, Robin Laughlin, Mary Stouffer. SECOND ROW: Nenetta Carter, Vicky Cotton, Debbie Blair, Leslie Tatum. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Thornton, Kay Collins, Ann Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Norris, Mary Schutts. TOP: Mrs. Byrd. Missing: Eve McMahon. The HB" team. BOTTOM: Kim Williamson, Carla Olin, Cheslea Kemble, Adelaide Kline, Susie Bond, Charlotte Munn, Ann Tilley, Molly Todd. TOP: Carol Cruikshank, Kelly Young, Mimi Ward, Cindy Kelly, Lydia Cutter, Cyndi Reilly, Lisanne Purvis, Ora Beth McMullen. Missing: Kerry Webb, Margaret Penn, Lisa Williams, Kim Pease, Anita Sweeney. V 1 L f iqa is The Falcons turn on the offense as Janet Ghormley takes the ball down the field for a score. i'Don't you dare trip mein Leslie Tatum drihbles around two Hockaday opponents. The team that sticks together doesn't freeze. Kay Collins, Nenetta Carter, Mary Stouffer, Cheryl Thornton, Mary Schutts, and Margaret Thompson pile on Leslie Tatum. Kay Collins drives the ball upfield to Eve McMahon during an SPC game. Robin Laughlin prepares to center the ball. Eve Mclllahon QTOP LEF'l'y, Molly Todd QTOP lilGl-l'l'j, and Lisa Williams QBO'l"I'UM l,EF'l'j use their feet, lleud, and hands to get the ball. Gwen Tilley fBOT'l'UlNl RlGH'l'j tries harder. Debbie Blair and Leslie Tatum warm up before a game. Adelaide Kline, Lisanne Purvis, and Janet Ghormley board the bus for SPC in Dallas. The "Aw team experiences the thrill of victory. gi TOP: Ora Beth lVlclVlullen and Cyndi Reilly defend against a Casady Robin Laughlin, Janet Ghormley, and Margaret Thompson move throw. BOTTOM! Gwen Tilley shows off her fancy footwork. forward as a lim: through the St. ,lohnls defense. vs 4 4 We're No. ltlll A 4'Vietory is our ery!" . . . unblemished record -- 0-0-14 . . . one-lnan team . . . Mwednesday IT1OI'tlltlgpI'i1CtlCCSl lsnlt y In 7:00 a bit early'?w . . . Yuletide workouts . . . 'lOne, two. three, hustlell' . . . HWhat do you mean you broke your Miter leg in general P.E.?,' . . . another game? ...Q Q 1: " ' - feitf, . . . Peter Max tennis slloes . . . 'tShannon, are you 1 Saying youlre not goillg to SPC?" . . . frustrated defense . y . . fall and recovery . . . two faithful players froln the first 5 S year ...L tl never Willlt to see another basketball game 0 M' iiii' V 0 A again!" . . . broken record -- 41 points . . . "Who says midgets canst seore?l' . . . unusually scheduled games. . . itAre there ally boys hiding in your room?" . . . Wie need The tip-Off of CDS's closest game, the Holland Hall one. another water breakf, . . . Miss Coble's mug -- 'l'l'he tealn that drinks together, sticks together." The girls, basketball team has aspirations for the future. BO'l"l'OM: Katy Bahan, ,lean Morgan, Joanne Cassullo, Karell Webb, Elissa Sanders, Kristi Howard. TOP: Barbara Slayton, Miss Coble, Brenda Banister, Michelle Tarride, Hiilya Baykam, Mary Ann McBride, Christie Rutland, Cary Laughlin, Shannon Sweeney. Missing: Merry Perry and Susan Morgan. l A l CDS GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Shannon Sweeney bulldozes in with a lay-up. ' CDS ....... 11 Fe wenh Cllnenan ..... 34 l CDS . . . . 27 Cnsedy ........ . . 58 1 Q 3 l CDS . . . . 27 Sacred Heart .... . . 65 0 ,ee W CDS . . . . .9 Greenhill . . . . . 89 CDS . . . . 41 Holland Hall . . . 52 CDS . . . . 29 Greenhill . . . . 70 'W l CDS . . . . 23 Hockaday . . . . . 63 5 CDS . . . . 23 Saerea Heart . . . . 33 e S W CDS . . . . 20 Caeady ....... . . 60 tj e e at 1 CDS . . . . 17 Hockaday ...... . . 75 f it CDS . . . . 23 Ft. wenh Christian ..... 33 figj, 3 e .5 , l CDS . . . . .8 Sl.Jehn'e ....... . . 87 l,,,,,,,ly CDS . . . . 15 Kinkaid ....... . . 72 Q , .e 1, 1 1 CDS . . . .9 Greenhill . . . . 81 1 S ,y l CDS . . . .9 St. lVlary's . . . 70 0 'I' A will 32 1 i 66 l M' l k ,wi Kristi Howard, a faithful veteran, shoots. Ha- :wi df. Mary Ann McBride drives the ball out of the defensive half .5 . , . :Asif we 1 6 N S J Michelle Tarride passes to the offense in an SPC game. Shannon Sweeney dribbles in typical fashion. iw M A ., Student Life 'W' M! B. , ., .. ,. ,. ..,, Ii , wild up-1 nw 2 A. F. S. AFS . . . Mrs. Knecht and her "caLANder" . . . Carol Ann cake mixes . . . Mrs. Blair and the International Club . . . :A NHey, Hulya" . . . all the way from Turkey . . . HMy Y wonderful wart peoplei' . . . Red Rover at the box social . . . Christmas cards . . . Mrs. Sealy, President . . . cakes, cakes, and more cakes . . . 4'Well, I have a friend who knows someone who has a brother from Turkeyf' ' "You see, it's like this . . .", AFS students Graciela Fabio i'Ol'1, my goodnesslu, Elizabeth Biddle is S0 excited about her AFS Carlos Bcthencourt speak to a Spanish class about their cake, she,s about to pop. countries. "Wart people of the world, unitela' Debbie Blair, Charlotte Munn, Bobby Dowling, Leslie Tatum, Robin Brookman, and Gwen 'llilley show how much they LOVE their work! Bond falias Susie Homemaker? whips up a cake for AFS. I i P you allllw Hulya Baykam and Clark Kemble canit believe their eyes. .5 if .. -s Q? M ' ,E ,Q W 11 sg "I thought the surprise party was for mef, Mrs. Knecht doesnit show hcr disappoint- ment. "I canlt tic a knotf' Ann Bailey iixes a box supper for the auction. Helping Hand Students giving up their from periods to help out . . . library, rzafeteria, P.E., mainlenarucv, office work . . . MWell you soc, Mrs. Wagner, l have this gigantic test next period and . . f' . . . wash trays, file cards, oil hockey sticks, process books, clean lunch tables, help out with P.E. classes ,... ff lVl1m1 Ward, Ann Tilley, David Briggs lfSllC Tatum Susan Morgan Ginn Sanderq, and lxlllflllff A l l l hl 9 d lb agqiqtinls A xl L0 a le P rg HOW on ds I rdry Susan Morgan takes inventory of th: shin guards LA L32 W gli: Cris Clayton unpacks the day's lunch. During one of her free periods, Anita Sweeney helps ohn Runyon and Blake Burkett with their art K-KY' ISL iv, ag is 5 ef 43 :V wa? Wy I -n-Qi X Ns 02 - Z gglllw Be guided by what h X X -if is-Midi? 5 1 in :qz ir 5 ff' Q 'L 5' gw . 4 I Hg ff H ,f 9 , ',if 1 is K' ,- I 0 , uf ' Q J if ru, , , 2 1 Hi W bnhmfd 5 1 W, .nz Q 1 'Z Q., Auf Qui: Otitis! lv- fra! 5881-4-'mn' 0' Fine 1'tS Festival uWhat are we going to do this time?,' . . . three re- hearsals . . . HServants of the Peoplew encore . . . g'What do you mean we Wonit get to stay over night?" . . . MWe would like to borrow some cop equipmentfi . . . "What do you mean we have to een- sor it - itis effective!" . . . championship debate team . . . MSomebody explain this to melw . . . HThey're all communistsli' '4Hell no! That's not a peace sign, that means just two big things!" Matthew Blair expostulates whili Robin Brookman wonders whether to zap him now or later. ' if W is Q ,. 3' 'HJ' s , f f 'Mal af' ha Q WW' V v J 4 . , x .4 ' .- A x .::'C?9f J, .K K ,.w""" nNow you plug this in here, llip this, and POWV, Matthew Mallxan gives Robin Whitson a short course in demolition. ,M,,,a-fr 'rtt Y 'SEeney, meeney, miney, moe, which ones will go?" Mrs. Siegel tries to decide what to take to the Fine Arts Festival. by wffff , ,V 4 W' 1+ ' , Biolog II Outing 'gWear your grub clothes - youlll need them!" . . . moss fights that upset the fishermen downstream . . . brown bagging it for lunch . . . five people against one fish - and it still got away! . . . looking under rocks and finding: erayfish, little fish, big fish, larvae, planaria, daphnia, wounded tadpoles, and frogs . . . dunkings, wading waist deep, and a little sunbathing . . . NSnake!,' - boys and girls run opposite directions. "That,s the weirdest looking fish that l ever did seelv John Free- man dredges the creek. '4But of course you want to go swimming, Tori!" Marianne Minton and Vicky Cotton try to persuade Tori Olin that the water's going to be great. ml ii? -as ,pww 4' ef 425 I 5 5 24, Ya.. Ski A.,.:,Zgs If , 4 .:,. Vw, , f-'fi ,. , . .. H , -pai? F3225 k, K Av 'f af fa Six QW: H.. , 2, i , 3. k as , ' 5 K 1 ' 1 14 :K 9 . x ,,, ef 4' Ni 5 4 ,K .V . 1 K V 1 M M' v 'nn 4 ww W3 .ws ,E L 5 f 2 my .5 if 1-It --if ff I J L Y -. Q V . f- fx f Ti 1 K Nw K 'fi .. N 5 - f 'J I A ... ff-if ' "' T' ' AhA ,A f V , if "' ""' A 1- ,ik 4: Q , Q 1 4 'ls ,a 515 3 3 l , , Q A A af ,Q 3 I 6 . as Q . Napa Q' A ai! mi Q ii Fi M :LQ Sli ,Q .Q - A gf A I V? ff- 5 flargaret Thompson, Nenetta Carter, and Eve Trojan to break through at halftime. ,,,n-"" Qs McMahon paint up a -I YS .JST I Qfex "Can,t you see by my badge that Pm the 'constabulefw Leslie Tatum explains to Eve McMahon, ,Ioanne Cassullo, and Nenetta Carter during a pep rally skit. in-...Q , Vliddle schoolers have a big turn out for their pep rally. WEN' is K - mmwgyygggg V... , , ,Vs 'mf s We Tr Harder!! MToriI" . . . 7:30 A.M. and watching the sun rise over the gym . . . The Impossibles, alias the Fllght ,72 staff . . . 'tWho said that Sunday is the day of rest?,, . . . mad parents and distraught teachers . . . 'tl need a photographer!" . . . "Homework, that just doesnit seem to fit into my schedule anymorelw . . . Saturday, 7:00 A.M. to 1:30 A.lVl. on yearbook! . . . tears, martyrs, headaches, nightmares, saints, and lunatics . . . HDo we have any film, Cris? Whereis Cris?" . . . ulsn't yearbook fun??', . . . the sun sets as Tori and Mr. Adams work on . . . that very special feeling that yearbook gives you. ri lui ...A Nancy Norris aided by Barbara Slayton, Nenetta Carter, Tori Olin, and Robin Laughlin are hard at work on the cutline for this picture. as "Busy, busy, busyln Kay Col lins works on Senior pages sports pages, or just lends , hand to someone else. Peek-a-boo, l see you. Doug Decker and john Wallace clown around, most of the time they just work hardl lVlr. Adams helps out by typing a staffer's copy. Alu., Work, work, work! The Flight '72 staff discovers what it really means. Foreground: Kim Pease, Kay Collins, Nenetta Carter, Michelle Tarride, Charlotte Munn. Background: Leslie Tatum, Mr. Adams, Barbara Slayton, Debbie Blair. S 4- N. 'mr ,...,.. t .,,. Tori Olin,s calendar seems to be filled with yearbook, yearbook, and more yearbook. The beginning of a six hour session in the darkroom, John lVlcClung and Cris Clayton spend many a night there. E T x S S E l 6 A ,,,:,':,. 'i-W., ,e,,. ,l.um,a..s W . 09' Matthew Blair and Mr. Adams collaborate on a problem. y Scorpion Staff of one, two, three, maybe four . . . t'Have you judged the contest yet?" "What contest?" . . . cats, hats, and rats from the Lower School . . . Hltls all a matter of opinion? . . . Saturday morning sessions . . . 'ADO we have a dead- line yet?" . . . censorship . . . uLet's dedicate this one to Mr. Dixon." Eve McMahon, Tom Leatherbury Rosemary Poole and Peter Graves go over Scorpion entries '4And so the Mommy hear said Whos been eating Kilborne and Tom Leatherbury discuss a Scorpion article if 0- ' I , 5. The "press,' staff: Stephen Saperstein, Brian Bowden, Mr. Dixon, and Charles Lundelius glance through the latest issue of the Falcon Quill. l Falcon Quill NThe Falcon Who?,' . . . contests and controversy . . . c'The Swill strikes againlw . . . radical staff? . . . uBowden youlre fired - again!" . . . many guest and unsolicited articles . . . running out of money . . . more issues than "One for you, and one for you, and . . . UML Dixon helps pass out Falcon Quills. The behind the scenes action: editor Peter Graves and Mat- thew Malkan type up one of many articles. Middle School Activities Eleven activities . . . eyes on the director . . . egg in your mouth . . . labial and ventral seales . . . Wl'he trays - but I did it last weeklj' . . . copper enameling, pottery, and wire work . . . funny sponsor - Mr. Bingham . . . watching movies and taking walks . . . uLet,s not talk about war, politics, or religionlw . . . 4'That statement is irrelevant, immaterial, trivial, and stupidli' . . . learning program techniques . . . 6'Oh no, another flop filmlw . . . ul'm having a heart-attackw . . . around the world twiee a week. ABOVE: "We have snakes ol' V .. ulfollies - here we comelw Ben Anthony and Byron Keil really get into the mood in Square Dance Club. all sizcsl7'AlVlr. Bloch and some e H ,fr- members of the Snake Club examine a specimen. 4 RIGHT: "Swiss fondue - Yum, yumli' Miss Forsyth and her f World Travel group discuss many things about foreign travel. - za: - 5 .wgfif , ytp aal ... Q g sewing eve -f M3 -T1 'iknl ' bl,-V5 -Q - 1, t l at by ygsy y if ' "Hup two, three, fourll' The Science Club returns from collecting water samples. g'How many people do you think will fit in the Art Room die School Art Club works industriously. VPH7 4'Wl1at do you want to sing today - Lllallfrlujuh Chorus, or 'Mary Had a Little Lambiiw Mr. Webb questions the Middle School Chorus. 85 lun tl my -MQ ,. all Q C sf, .x .wwf-QE 29' 3236 ' I-sr kk E ww Q ,A .Q Brad Nowlin, Annette Williamson, Jill Miller, Chris Chambers Jack Horton, Rudd Long, ,lohn Wilkin, and Ken Miller work to- and B111 Stanley kegp up with the Cul-rent Events Club- gether on the computer, during Math Club. 'cls this the one with Raqucl Welchiw Kelly Thompson and Aaron Siegel wonder. O G'-as 'KNOW put that on the D scale." Capt. Smallwood helps Russ Martin and Fred Zinkel work with the slide rule. , V. Bridge Clubbers enjoy a few rubbers during activities period. "He speaks with forked tonguef' Linc Conn and Craig Marks ob- SCYVC. 3 Q il' -vi Mr. Webb conducts the Middle School Chorus, the largest activity gT0l1p. Halloween Fun Pumpkin contest, costume contest, and just general fun . . . "Has the mayor set the Halloween date yet?', . . . big pumpkins, little pumpkins, fat pumpkins, and tall pump- kins . . . witches, supermen, pirates, goblins, etc., etc., etc. "' M ,sz so '4Oh, this is so much funlw Mrs. Millcr 4-xcluims to har kinder- gartenors X "This Halloween busincssjust wears mc out!" Love is ncver having to say you,rc a pumpkin. U as well as performers enjoy the Circus. l lfightrope walker, Kim Fisher, holds the attention of her audience. w N f l w lb C Ladies and Gents I Kindergarteners made all their own costumes them- selves . . . lots and lots of different acts: strong man, tightrope walker, horse act, fat man, lion act, bi- eyeling bears . . . big audience of parents, teachers, brothers, and sis- ters . . . everyone had fun at the Circus! 3 ,rs,f . as Wi 'gltis Abe Lincoln. No, it's Lee Cox, master of ceremoniesf' Paper for trees Old paper, now trees . . . g'Who,s hauling this timtffw. . . 4'0n Fridays, plcaselw . . . tons of paper . . . brolu: the om: hundred dollar mark . . . ac- cumulations in garages . , . much hard work . . . mflyndi, can we use your truck'fw . . . UHOW much time do wc have to get back to scl1ool?,, . . . Help the Environment . . . 4'Donit toss thc bundles by the . . . SNAP! . . . stringfi . . . 'cAllright, who tied it with yarn?', . . . Friday morning trafficjam . . . lots of new trecs for the campus. Bobby Dowling finds out that working hard pays off X9 LEFT: CDS students and faculty complete the ecological cycle. BELOW: Karen Webb and Tom Fitzwilliam tie up another bundle of papers. Jay Hageman, David Briggs, and Matthew Blair help Mr. Bahan unload his papers. Q In H 7 f Y y rf 4 K Q Q55 f A -- ,M-."K'v ?f n , z, , N -- L.-E,S1553ei5fi:g3ggi 1s,f V, if'-I, , , -xy 4 ,- , ,., . ., . L, '1 iglv, W , 4 'H f . GV, ,nr- X10- if' "" SDS scientist, David Capper, does a titration experiment on water. ii?" " J? "" 3' 123' ' -1: M +. .. 4. M . Z1 ' "'z.,g-, VJ, 3-3 " ruk2':: rggfbr. lm, ' ' " www-::E??? --u-q..l A 2 ,J ' gt. This animal room si-onls lo be the most popular plauoiu the Scif-mze Building. Bill Patton and Rich Taylor lift'-illSl an few who nialw lull use of it. Chip Payne develops a green thumb repotting plants in the green- house. HCome out, come out, wherever you arefi Bob Barbour works on his ant lion project. , FW, as ,?""'-'Ka 1 ABQ A' ff Wi A 3 ...L . Qin' wi ? Vigvf t- 422' V ' 'i mkws 'Dba , 4 Qx 5 2 Www Em VEQSQLX 5565. is ,iw I W U W .rf few. 'I If Q E ,rm-, 'R s 1"? I r as PW' 25' at rt, 7, ,JM W "U,,f wi .,,,,. 33535 YE' Wi X ki 1 Sh , gig, mmm Q Q... Ms? w 'il 'jg , 4 if ,..,.,,,,u 3 L My 3 'Pi ,V gf , in ,Z ,114 I RIWV 1 1 ' E' 4 1 '63 1 , J, ' .ff f 2, MH: "5 gf, vw Vw' 53 in X F P2x awk V -Lf 55132. ii 'Phl- if gf .. N T11 ESF' im ix Qs Ho, Ho, Ho. Decorated halls that really got everyone in the Xmas mood . . . plays, performances, and before-Christmas cramming . . . Hjust think, no school for almost two weeks! lsn't that a beautiful thought!" . . . Hansel and Grctel? No, il's CDS students eating the candy canes off the Christmas tree! gj The third graders of 'GA Surprise for Santa Claus" pose for their cast picture. The Seniors admire their ...Q-0" i 4 jfil, all 'Ji lsr. af a,,.'f?" N, :iff -an sa' - . 1-.WA-L' 'fre . " , 3+ - 3 1- K' N -' -.W 1 r w Q "' ' , fr A , , W... L - .-........-ah, N'--W--MM-W f Lower School programs and plays f v 5 A ,sy 3 -,A"-m-...wi-re'-M . , ,' .......W.e W., r w .fn 1--, T Eggs, ,H . ,- Q La ff ff V x ly, 1 M -H ,jg l Q' ll ll 3 5,22 fgggi r f l kk s , . K it Q fl' if i 'Sim 35 1 I illed the pre-vacation days. Xmas creation. M r' ,,!,,,,,,,Me,,,,,M, .M 'Can we wear our lovely uniforms at Sweetbriar?,, Nenetta Carter Luestions the representative. College Alread g'Sixteen people in a phone booth? How about thirty in Mr. lVlurdoek's officelw . . . Dartmouth, Vanderbilt, Park College, Smith ,... SAT,s Saturday morning? Yuck! . . . Number 1 question: HWhat are your dorm rules?', . . . filling out those intricate applications . . . waiting anxiously for the mail . . world: Ml got acceptedln the best feeling in the whole - - ,--Wig? Mfkffietii- Q5 lg .,,- WST, , .1 f,-zz,,,.s,,w , f ,,, simzxiwnq , M, -mssfsngseii -. fi- , , S E 3 ..-llll"p' K,-f Wlhf,Wm.a-W in .fn M, ,Y Bill Patton works filling out application after application after application! "What year do we graduate? Susan Morgan, Debbie Blair, and Susie Bond fill out infor- mation cards for a college re- presentative. 1 ve Day Senior originality . . . everybody gave everybody valentines . . .Judge Noon and judge Dixon . . . sacks by Cyndi and Kay . . . Most revealing, beautiful, symbolic, apathetic . . . Valentine Fever - con- tagious to all seniors . . . cutting out valentines all day . . . Scott and his toilet paper valentines . . . Hlim going out, who wants me to buy valentines?" . . . Doug spent two hours cleaning up red paper and doilies. Kay Collins, Vicky Cotton, and Ann Bailey deliver valentines. Vicky Cotton makes her valentines and Bill Patton shows his off. 25 ABOVE: The Seniors anxi- ously await the decision of Judge Dixon. RIGHT! The Senior sponsor, Mr. Schwartz, gets in the mood too with a valentine from the lower sehoolers. ,,,,'. ,wma '32 i A g Vi f , 1' 7'Vf .- szfstwlkf-:is', 1 ,Q ' il, as-ii riff: Q ' 75 12, 2 I - f flu ' v m .u sa, QA iii? is Q Jr X. E 4? gi -2, 32 13 iff 'Laika- ,,,,,,,f:,,W 74, ,557 . twig ,,.L -1, .T if D . . ir 'f i ia , . ,Z it -i we ,Will l , we wifi? tudent Council "Peter, where's the constitution?" . . . King Kong and Citizen Kane . . . no time for meetings except Monday afternoons - late . . . uBut Mrs. Foster, we can't do it today because . . f' . . . '4Why are we having this meet- ing?7' . . . gaining representatives to the Board of Trustees. Student council president, Robin Laughlin, plays clown for a day. "Flour, sugar, and eggs - that's all it takesln The Middle School Student Council does a great job creating enthusiasm for preparation of the carnival cake walk. ye-Hit x around a lunch table seems to be about the only time that the Student Council can meet J. C. Superstar Casting took a long time . . . "What do you mean we only have three more practices?l' . . . U.T.A.'s Rush Robinson and his ragtime piano and synthesizer . . . LeRoy and the Disciples . . . Nancy Norris freaks out . . . uWhen is Tommy coming to practice?" . . . Boogeying on stage . . . intense performance . . . 'Td swear our tape is better than the recordf, . . . "Let's go resurrect Mr. Balch." . . . good crowd for one night's work . . . 'lYou going to the Dairy QUCCHKP, - - - AMEN- "Come on, one more time!" Mr. Balch and the Glee Club polis their act. wtf' , -C Nm --ILM., ,ls 'gEvcrything's all rightf' Mary Nlagdclinc flllerry Perryj consoles jesus fTommy Shicldsj. uwh d h. . HI wash my hands of this performance." Pontius Pilate QBill Pat- mfell it all, brothcrf' Ciaphas 6 at if you mean t, is is tonj talks his way out. Qjimmy Stoufferj consults Superstar? We thollght It was f, Annas fllctcr Gravesj. in ax , 3 0 y vgrb., Q sa , , , ,, L , wi S Wy ,7 f ' Hz'-sz: -11 ' sr -ff my in :wr ' ., .ft 1 ,..,. , V. . . ix., Az, S e A" 100' A1231 WV..-,r,., ,, ,, My . M., 3 V. gr: I i Iiezieavi ii f f w, -'--,17-.-fmfs:saslzlsgazz-mil-nexium . . ." The music section checks their assignments. Superchaos for '6Superstar,'. "Die if you want to, you misguided martyrlw Jesus Cfommy Shields, is all hung up. iii urls. ml! f1"!"'i - ,, i 'cWe'll die for you Christ." Simon Zealot fDick Thompson shows off his muscle. South PHC1f1C l'Son'1f' E111:l1a11ls'd Evciiiiig N e we rc Uoln lo haw to cut somc morc sccin s lo lu m ill day thc' batliliousc laddcr ls x no iatl on chorus I't'll6aI'SallS ...' 'lhcrl w is a moon' in "llo11s'y Bun" . . . Cwin iouldnt top liuvi "1'X1'c all thosc wigs yours, Nli Bai light ll cairnc fllfilllgll . . . l'Slup som: ol that hodx mike up on 11'1v." . . . Bcliind thc sci-111s wi 1 14 1 lx 1 1 lfs ll Mclissa,llz1rricl . . . lcacliing Prfmh lo rn irc l1 h 11 hair dvi- . . . iivvlllll has lhc 74 pancakc' et c H pllrlxf rtlhxy C-Onglwlo M 0 I I, Mr Balch gives Hnallnstructlons to the cast Dixon's lickcl sznlcs . . . giving Mr Bam 1 .1 ki sm its r "Don,t look now, but your wig is falling offf, says Robin Brookman. USO is yours," says Bill Patton. UPPER LEFT: lVlr. Bloch rigs the show. UPPER RIGHT: Programs in the making. LOWER LEFT: Doug Decker creates another prop. LOWER RIGHT: Dick Thompson won- ders if anybody has seen his wig. uve t. A YT, ., ' Q 1 W-1wM,gN,,.X V-W ' , f S. N x ,, f my N X 91 - Q ,W X fn, 1 I H U31 ,W J 'Q S, ' 4. 1 9 ' s Y' af .AA , s fy 1 I fe A www .af March 11-12: THE SALE and The Carnival THE SALE - mothers and others worked very long and hard lo make it a success! . . . NDoes it run'?'7 . . . ullelp! The rack is falling!" . . . raffle tickets, posters, baked goodies, kniek-knaeks . . . 'gThere goes my favorite dress!" . . . general relief when it was all over . . . Hilar- nival? Who us?" . . . mass confusion - but it was fun for everyone . . . g'Well, we open the Haunted House in an hour - any ideas on how to scare people'??,' . . . six tickets for a dime . . . eakewalks to dart throws . . . generally a very successful weekend! "A little daball do it.'7 lVlary Ann McBride makes Michelle Mallick into a pirate while Webster Dean anxiously awaits his turn. lVlrs. Thompson, commander and chief of the raffle sales, sells many a ticket. 104 "Hellas Angels arrive?" Mr. Chapman and Mrs. Sweeney demon strate the Honda that he donated for The Auction. R' ,I 1:1 J to K , .. ik X faiths vricgfgffiis Lim? 'I W5 1? C445 L, ,.f1,., aunt:-su swififi 'ffm -if ,f . 'n x Bakery operators count up the money as the shelves clear off. ul 1 Carnival jail inmates collaborate on an escape plan. Duke Cutter is the master salesman of "Switch 'cwhaekli' Throwing pies at people can be great fun, as many dis- COVCF. "I wonder where these can go?,, Mr. Hubert Williams plays a big part in getting THE SALE on its way. "And what have we here - an historical relie?,' Mr. Dixon browses at THE SALE. Crowds and crowds of people helped to make this yearis SALE the most successful yet. - -'Q' 'X-N , .lf 1 I f 55 3 , .M M. M - E if " j,0".-J, ,nf . 1-fr -3-fs. ii' 'T gx Mr. Davenport helps with a little bit of everything - from directing traffic to counting money to helping with the clean up. Homemade handicrafts are a popular addition to THE SALE. THE AUCTION "Going, going, gonelw The bidding is lively at THE SALE's auction. 107 ' Mftxico, 0 S ' ' NiAndalel'l . . . wknyliorly soon Marli's sl1oos?,' . . . l'Gut Peyton another bag - quick!" . . . S2,lltlil0I'I'1iS . . . Sonor Rafael . . . The Ban- dido Six . . . 'Qls this watvr safer?" . . . nilluanto os?" . . . Nlr. Nlcliinncry - Hagglur ol' the Year . . . NOK., number offli' . . . 'Qllow much can wc spend to- night?" . . . Milan We luavu our stuff on tho bus?" . . . Hjcnnifer, jump in boloru the door closcslw . . . ol Chalet Suizo . . . Cllapulteperc Castle . . . Pyramids ol' tho Sun and thc lVloon . . . the Ballot Folklorico . . . tho modern Amcrican School . . . 6' Apuratelw UPPER LEFT: Lisa Team and friends try out Mexico Cityis ultra-modcrn subway systcfm. UPPEF RlGl'l'l'Z The Spanish trippurs listcn to an orivntation lmzluru from Senor llafacl about the pyramids ol Teotihuacan. LOWER l,EF'l'Z lllr. Adams, Mr. lNlf:Kinncy, and sludunts plot thuir nuxt movu, l,0WlCll HlGll'l'Z Thr: goup studies thc' lauarlc ol' Muximvo Cityis anuir-nt fzathmlral. Some of the heartier vacationers climb the Pyramid of the Sun. The Group heads for home. -,Y W. ,Q X .1-.. -.V . ,f - 1- g ., , so , I Q, , A., ' -1. 1 1 ,vb Q ' ff 3 WN xfqk k1 Week All right therm an 8 more large bags to go inside the us' 18 hours ol Mr Baleh, how long before uana' Where s thc tape plawrr' ls there any sleeping room on the floor? How muth farthcr? Can we stop? I'm sic maniacs on skis Russ bit the dust again! . . . slush me ity slush wine and chez sc parties and 'iw' gourmet food at night Deposit one dollar and twenty cents please It surf is cold in here - whamll night time mountain climbing . . . uOops, who just Lame down by toboggan? eu... .ejff ,M .qi I l i 1 Swooshl Larry Kleuser does it with style. Skiers take a break for a little wine and cheese with some beautiful scenery. John Wallace and Lee Bass find , 1 Q y i Y .5 lfirrf., just trying to get up the most Y S difficult ski maneuver of all. K Home sweet home. W, .. t,.H.,,,,.,,, .,,,W. ,, , 1 I ,Nr Nw-Imam f -W y..Nm...., """"ff"i Potpourri Western dance - most original C.D.S. dance yet! . . . all sorts of Lower School performances . . . our very own C.D.S. bomb scare . . . HAssembly at 12:45 in the gym." . . . the Juniors' annual computer dating party . . . HHello all you Turkeys out in Turkey Landf, . . . painting shelves orange . . . lots of Middle School field trips . . . before school, during school, in the evenings, Saturdays, and sometimes Sundays filled with Student Life. "With so many sizes to choose from you,d think I could find one!" Karen Eudaly gets fitted for her senior ring. GCS h !77 M ay peac es r. Buddin is a very familiar figure around C.D.S. early in the year. if lx 1. cflust follow the directionsfl Mr. Stephen answers a question for ,lohn lVleClung during one of those grueling semester exams. all R I .WAVA A X .3 ,.k,. , :. W A si Edwards and his second grade perform for the Lower School. "But Bobby,what big feet you havelw "Shh, no talking pleasef, "Maybe: if I blow hard enough my thumb will inflateln Ann Bailey dfecoratcs a var- sity boyis room. 111 The new Lyndon B. Johnson Library changes the University of Texas skyline. Meanwhile . . Taiwan has left the U.N.g Peking is on its way. President Nixonjs Priee and Wage Board grapples with the problems ol' inflation. Lance Alworth catches a pass for the first Cowboy touchdown in Super Bowl VI on route to a 24-3 win. Avery Brundagc congratulates U.S. Olympics gold medalist speed skater Anne Henning. A river-like gully snakes along the Martian surface. Clifford Irving and wife relax after almost having brought off the publishing hoax of the century. .1 ea--Q f -fi ff si ix I G fi , 1 ,fa-X-.W W E 44 WMI! r 4' M W F' M 3 if af 'vbilhm nik.. nm., Father Philip Berrigan, Attorney William Kunstler and Daniel Berrigan pose for photo- graphers during the trial of the Harrisburg Seven. Sheik Mujib of Bangladesh receives arms from Mukti Bahini at a Dacca ceremony after the Indian-Pakistan war. Family and friends attend the funeral of former Russian Premier Nikita Khruschev. Blacks hold the first national Negro political convention. Parents and children demonstratv against bussing in Pontiac, Michigan. Canadians protest Amchitka A-bomb test. T155 an-wvwww' l nfs. Chairman Mao Tse-Tung, President Richard Nixon, and Henry Kissinger talk in lVlao's private study during the Presidentis historic trip to China. emocratic presidential hopefuls are on the campaign trail again. Clockwise from left: Sena- ors Edmund Muskie, George McGovern, Hubert Humphrey, and Governor George Wallace. Arr' 'll'- 'Y ggwpwwz 118 Y awg fa W nyqlq ,W .A if in 5 :ff iw H .mwNw' Q? 3 an 3 People W W, ,Ai A-558563 'iw f-f Facult gg . ., ,, k v - ff Z- .J xii i.. ?E?i5iL5i5?f5fi 5' 'i 'S T?sfEY'ff5ffl1'EF'-fiiff' , X f ' sfslffvghszlfm'sgfm, ' ,K ef' 92'Xr'jQz?4?6'YlS:iQ' i' ' :, .zfiiwl X ' 4 5, lk , ww v"LL Mr. Larry J. Brown, Grade 5 ,ia FRENCH DEPARTMENT: Miss Emily Allll lforsy lil, Frcmzll - Grades 7 and 8, Advisor lo thi: Middlu School World Travul Clulrg Mr. Gorald I". Aw-ry, Chairman, Frouch I, 2, and 4, Advisor lo thu Photo Clubg Mrs. .Iolm Knmchl, Frunch IS and 5, Advisor to lln- American Fir-ld Service. s Miss Toni Fairley, Grade 3 31 ef- W e""' '13 L Ai TTT? Tim! HISTORY DEPAH'l'MENT3 Mrs. R. W. Mattiza, Jr., History - Grade 6, Advisor to the Middle School Film Club, Mr. Howard L. Channell, World History, Advisor to the Drama Club and to the Freshman Class, Mrs. Wayne H. McClure, European Historyi Mr. Ford Dixon, Chairman, American History, Civics, Civil War History, and Advanced Placement History, Advisor to the Falcon Quill, Mr. Will Stansbcry, History - Grade 7, Advisor to the Current Events Club. QNot pictured: Dr. ,lames D. Henderson, Geography - Grade 8, Advisor to the Science Club, lVlr. Robert Balch, Bible Historyj ' - if , ,. T I. 'W ma, 'QQ' in W Mrs. Billy G. Webb, Grade 3 Miss Barbara Doherty, Grade 2 33. Q, J iii X 4 f"W'U.K"-1-ua-uni Mrs. Peter G. Carr, Grade 1 A ,.-,:, -'33 SPORTS Dl'iPAH'l'iViEfX'l'. BOTTOM HUWZ Mr. NIOIIZIHIVII likliilil limi Hurixzl, Ur. Hurry li. Nom1.Mr. llowalrd I..Cl1unnell. Mrs. Slvphe-ii I li. Byrd. Tfll ROW Z Cul.uR0ckyw liosaczkur, .-Xlllleliv Dirvm'lm': Capt. Hoy fl. Sniullwood, Ur. NN ill Flunslwry. Miss :xllll Colrlv, Miss rxlllll' Robinson. Mr. Tim Edwards, Grade 2 i ' L V i N' 55 AMW' ' Mrs. Alex Miller, Kindergarten rnffu.. K 'K Mrs. L. N. Slayton, Grade 4 sf' 'S ART DEPARTMENT: Mrs. Martin D. Siegel, Chairmang Mrs. David Koeppe, Mrs. Ed- mund M. Schenecker, Mrs. Jerry A. Edwards. MUSIC DlCl'All'l'lNll'lN'l'Z Mr. liolicrt lialcli, Cllillffllilll. Dircclor ol' the Glen: Club: Mrs. Norton Lagcs, Lowcr School Musicg Mr.Cloys V. Webb, Middle: School Music, Dircctor ol tl1cNlir1dlv School Choir. W VAXL V 2 M-f M SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: Mr. Michael ,l. Stephen, Biology l, Chemistry, Advisor to the Junior Classg Nlr. lllicllacl W. Strozcski, Chairman, lntrocluclory Physical Science, Physicsg Mr. ,lack lj. Nlnrdoclx, Biology 2, Com-4-pts, Proccssm-sz Xlr. Harry R. Noon, Biology 2, Concepts, Processes, Mrs. ,lamics li. Fostcr, Scicncc - Grades 7 and 8, Advisor to the llliddlc School Studcnt Council, Nlr. Churlcs Hingliam, ,lr., Fcieiitrc - Grade 6, Ndvisor to Ml'S. W. BaHiSt6I', Gl'HdC 4' the Middle School Scicucc Club. ll'lA'l'll Dl'll'AH'lllllEN'l'I Nlr. llllill'l1'S lilllgfllillll, 'llulh - Crauls' O1 Capt. Hoy C. Fmalluoorl. Xlatli -Cracl4'T1llr. William l,. xl1'lXlIlIll'f. Nluth - Crude' 81 llr. Nltbllilllltftl ll. limi liurlxal, gllgcllru, llt'0IIl4'l.I'yi Nlr. 'llom ll. xlilflt,l0l'lxS. Cllalirmzlu. lllll'UfllllTllDl'f .'xlltll,SlS, llill4'lllllS. Computcr Probability Statistics, and Advanccd Plucffmm-nl lllalh. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT: Mrs. R. W. Mattiza, Jr., English - Grade 6, Advisor to the Vliddlc School Film Club, Mrs. David Haskins, Communication Skills Grades - 6, 7, and 8g Xlrs. Loycc Preston, English - Gradcs 7 and 8, Advisor to the Xliddlef School Bridge Cluhg Mr. William S. Kilborne, Jr., Chairman, English 2 and 4, Advisor to the Studcnt Council and to Scorpion, Miss 15. Annu Robinson, English 1 and 3. SPANISH lJlQl'.-Xll'l"lll'lN'l'Z Dr. ,lamcs D. llf7lltl1'l'SUll. Spanish l and Nliss lfmily Ann lforsy th, Spanish - Grudvs 6, T. and 8. Adxisor to thc World 'lrawl Cluhi Nha Holm-rt D. Adanis. Clmirnmrm, Spanish l. 2. 3. und -l, Arlvauiw- Pham-me-lit Coordinator. Advisor to ! .rf Mrs. James VanBuskirk, Grade 1 Flight 372. 'Q' . "'f32f' , I , 1 . is is 12. f A ff i ..g V, Mr. Daniel M. Bloch, Grader 5 dministration Mr. Peter A. Schwartz, Headmaster aw, 'Ma ' ,,...a ,K X1 A i lag ,gf Mr. Howard L. Channell, Head of Upper School lv, ,we www vi' Mr. William L. McKinney, Head of Middle Mr. Larry J. Brown, Head of Lower School School 1' ff Mr. J ack B. Murdock, Assistant Headmaster Mrs. Richard D. Reid, Receptionist -, QW, ' mf - f f ss xi E21 Mr. Thomas A. Williams, Busimess Manager, and Mrs. Robert A. Gordon, Registrar 127 L, vi, my Mr. Alfred Joseph, Jr. Mr. Truman Cannon, Jr. and Mr. Hubert T. Williams, Maintenance Superintendent W ...w,..,. A 5 f 1, . 7 Q r -f NS. ,. . , gi W , Q ,K Vt. , m y ., Zi M fi i f ,-kV. 5 A lr... it 'Sh 1 2 M ' s a i ,,t,:A,,., , H 'r-fm, if f A IQ' N , ,nne i t 5 """"Bi ftfffi' , is I2 i 5 E ' 'iii Z E E X F 3 Q J f S ' K, T ' - ,W Eff Q if y Q M Mrs. Harold H. Snowdon, Librarian I . xv , 9-134-S , M2 A -H wi H 3355 'Q 4 n CAFETERIAI Mrs. Douglas Woodard, Mrs. Jessie Kemp, Mrs. Donn H. Wagner, Manager, Mrs. Alton Crenshaw, Mrs. Clara J ones. Mrs. Peter A. Schwartz, Headmastefs Secre tary lMrs. Wayne H. McClure, Middle School Mrs. Howard E. Athey, Lower School Secretary Secretary l 129 e Mr. Schwartz, class co-sponsor, Scott Summers, treasurer, Robin Laughlin, student body president, Steve Tatum, student council representative and class president, Nenetta Carter, cheerleaderg Peter Graves, student council representative, Eve McMahon, cheerleader, and Mr. Murdock, co-sponsor. Senior Class 130 Mliilborneis English, Civics, Biology Il - this is just toe much!" . . . lots of extracurricular participation: class ot super jocks, stars of NSou th Paeifief' HSuperstar,,i uDracula,' etc .... yearbook editors . . . senior text cards . . . parties fol every holiday . . . interviews by Star-Telegram on the Youth Vote . . . HAYAKAWA . . . "Free time, who said free time? What's that?,' . . . Blue . . . ulloes Leon have my senior pics yet?" . . . fighting about the yearbook ad . . . writing controy versial articles for the Quill . . . climbing in the Lounge win' dows after hours . . . cleanest Lounge yet - but we still got kicked out . . . MOur elass is always the one that gets the brunt of things." . . . lectures on sloth . . . 'LDoes anybodyf have any No Doz?', . . . cramming parties . . . blue footprints . . . ping pong - loungeball - tapeball - ingenious seniors . . coloring pictures and decorating Valentine sacks . . . in the Christmas spirit for two weeks . . . Cokes, Cokes, and more Cokes . . . MWe definitely need some music in heref, . . l broken windows . . . smashed stereo and clock . . . keep-away rumbles . . . impersonations . . . MPush, the Bullyi' . . . "l have to go feed my animalsf, . . . the new open campus policy and not having to duck any more . . . WML Murdock! What aml gonna do'??l!" . . . t'The problem with this class is that some- body comes up with a lousy excuse and everybody sticks up for him." . . . establishing a law firm . . . 4'Hello, all you Turkeys out in Turkey Landf' . . . sneaking across the grass to the cafeteria . . . Choice Hill - Ridglea Golf Course . . . 'GI eanlt find my book. Oh, hereis onef' . . . making the football and soccer teams Number One -- bell-painting compliments of Clark, Scott, Doug, Steve, and Richard . . . MCollcge? lim just worried about getting through this yearf' if Q 23 .ill iii, l 3 :rep Q R X yn ,ig S 5 wax? A 5 56?- JB-W W A ,wsgfgz f ' . ,f- , A-xi . Ragga f Q.,-Q' I , :f,,Q, wo-x I gums, f.....,, EQ g N W Y ef K .53 af , A S i' P 3 a , M ig? f s M W 7 Q. A S 1 i V5 1 .NMR Pi Richard 1 Kent Taylor KVA! c'His first rule is -- Haw I'unl'i . . . partyv party, party . . . "lim going to got my law clcgrm- ancl lhun l'm going to lic an doctor." . spocializcs in embarrassing puoplv . . . gourmvt voolx . . . fantastic piano plays-r . . . uoriwrtilmlv famous for throwing its huh raps oliI'. . maniac drivsvr . . . 4'Thc roason you wvrv stoppml, son, was that yon worm- 1-lovlwil at 120 in a 110 milv zonef' . . . always thinks o something to do . . . 'cliotis go to Twin Points. Wa- can talu- my piult-llpfi . . . Mr. ackson and his housn' hoat . . . The Truck Wash . . . "Stan away from Rich and stay out ol' lI'0l1lll4'.ii . . . von man . . . Ili-hhie . . . l.UI'l1l1'l'SXS'lHll1llllg star . . . study sessions that turn into partivs . . Biology ll and rat brains . . . Hiohis brotln'r's aparlme-nt .... nnpromlivtahli- . . . liillllthlll' hair wasln-r -- 1-ggs. vinvgar, and lvmon . . . Virgini, . . . calls to lfluropo in summor ol' Q71 . . .iil7tIlgUlllgi.0lN'ilI11'llI'0l0glSl.ii. . .artistiv . . . window shopping. . . water lights in tln- mirhllt' o Camp Bowiv . . . ulmetis haw a goll' mconrsm' party . . . patriotiw' shirt: rvrl. whilv, and hlne' with gohl .'hl'Il6l'ltTilll 4-aglv . . . hliivli. what art you up to nowtii . . , iirivmls with all tln' paronts. lioadur ol' thc Scnior Evil Womcrn . . . Liat. Lucy . . . Tlu- lllflllfli . . . 'al ow- you one- be-ll -- as soon asl malw it.". . . Mliluv got vxpc-llud today f' . . . mariramv and wvaving classvs . . .ulil1tlll.lillZ17I', l rm-ally rrrmil gm-t anotlurr tie-lxcli tlu:y'll talw my licuiisc awaylw. . . four tickets n uiglit montlis . . . l5fEtlI'00I1l Bvn . . . 'il just llilV0 long tlligllsl niy drvssf-s uri-nil rvally tllat sliortfi . . . vcology uut . . . Alpctiitrcli . . . l'incup ancl 47 bclow . . . natural instinct lor lmallot . . . Ulm- llluln . . . varsity sp:-cdlnall . . . ul .just flllllil lilw compf-titivs: sportsf' . . . .llfillllllilll liair . . . g'Wlufr4-is Cyndi? Ulm yt-ali, it's Nlonmlay .li . . . llllS4'llilSll . . . 'lm gi-tting so liatg I almost wi-igli lll0.i'. . . Womvnis liih mzturier . . . 4"l'l1m:an1piwr lull oll' my ll'lll1lx.w. . .ski trip vi-Loran -- 7tl1 tlirougli l2tli graulvs . . . two pairs OliSll015S -- hiking boots and ballot slioos . . . "lill flriwi wi- can gvt livv in tluf lront and ti-n in tlu- lizuwlxfi. . . tl1vNlom-ylllip . . . Nlimjust not in tlu- mood to stiulyfi. . . the 'zuuzli and tluv lalu- . . . ullvc got to go liomi' and ll-url all my aninialsfl. . . initiator ol llu- lioliclay partir-s in the Loungo. C abs Qesll Cynthia Varian Reilly Sh 1 y W Y gat Lewis Moore Cutter .OHL The Dukcr . . . supcr salesman . . . iiwould you like to buy some Swipiffii . . . the Persian Ali Hakim . . . lcd thc dangerous life of a footbal manager as a sophomorc . . . "Put him in thc whirlpoolf' . . . Hairy Baby . . . stage ham . . . "Rcnfield cats spiders." . . . Belligerciit Bantan . . . strange laugh . . . football, socccr, and track lctterman . . . all-conference scnior ycar in football -- happy surprise . . . 'cCuttcr!ll" . . 'GWhatter?'??', . . . Cleo Club . . . Orangadukc . . . monster movie freak . . . "Comm: on, Cutterfi . . . L'Oh, all rightfi. . . always singing. . wears a tuxcdo with tails on this ski-slopes . . . Timbcrlinc Trails. . . cveryonc lovcs to kid him -- 'iGood ol, Dukcfi . . . gaudy campaign fo Student Council in 571 -- madc a good point . . . Scuttcr Duke . . . considerate: . . . always does crazy things. CPOJQALN14 wait is "2 +i'3"m -QKS-'ff 1- 'riffs I we Q-avg 71" Q4-if' Elizabeth Dorman Hendricks Lize . . . slim, trim, proper, and prim . . . southwest corner of the Lounge . . . forty people in her family -- all living in Fort Worth "L-e-e-e-i-i-isa, telephoneli' . . . Chino the Chow . . . Europe three times -- South America once . . . constantly hitting Bill . . . bruises easily . . . "Oh, I donit want to know whatl madef, . . . Dairy Queen frequenter . . . likes to plan parties . . . 'glive gotta have a Coke". . . always wears sweaters . . . fancy jewelry . . . reads horoscope books and gossip columns in magazines . . . long fingernails . . . loves to visit people in hospitals . . . "Ann, weive gotta get out of P.E.,, . . . weddings and debutante parties . . . "Oh, I d0n't want to study this. lsn't it time to go eat yet?,' . . . original fourth grade class . . . "I think lill go to the Cordon Bleu School in Paris next year." Rosemary - l Poole f or Q 1 4 , .K . Q f 1 , F700 Editor-in-chief of the Scorpion . . .jack . . . belle of Baskin Robbins. . . Hl'le's sueh a male ehauvinistlw . . . romantic but cynical . . . CDS' No. One sports fan . . . dandelion wine . . . ul was in a movie oncefj . . . Statler llilton and the Washington trip . . . sensitive and perceptive . . . appreciates intelligence and open-mindedness . . . c'Don't you just love . . .iw . . . first MAC in Senior English . . . innocent appearance . . . shorthand wizard . . . Ml had the strangest dream . . .w . . . first senior accepted to college. . . nlloes anybody want a eucalyptus throat lozcngefw . . . Connoisseur ol' fine foodst Cornish game hens, caviar, and Chianti . . . g'Rosemary, will you make me some peach brandy?'7 . . . flowing, sophisticated and exotic , . . paragon of femininity of the Senior Class . . . operas, plays, and D. H. Lawrence . . . Mr. Noon and the Concepts class . . . eat-lover . . . Colonial Cafeteria . . . understanding and sympathetic . . . aesthetic poetry . . . Hllave you read . . ffl, . . . writes a mean theme . . . always on the honor roll . . . original open campus list. . . quiet and reserved, but unconventional. 136 l haw- to go homo and studyg lill be back in a was-lx." ..., ,lohn . . . littlv blue lllll . . . uSnow plow today, parallel tomorrow. Right, ohn'f'7 . . . Martin from Klumpliis . . . umzatlini aroundii . . . rating l-A . . . 'il liawnil studied at all: boy, did l blow it -- 927' . . .varsity ootball, sovmfr, and track . . . all rzoiillvrciive- football . . . inquisitive: amftiw- niind . . . ncrvous knew . . . Crcstfvd Butto with Jennings and lnmniurs . . . 'GUI' course wc can lit thru: pi-oplv in that tvntfi . . . wllhat was so cool: man, you should have soon itg man, it was rually roovyfl . . . Mr. Suavm- . . . looks likm' a Scandinavian in a ski swcatvr . . . Lililll not running trai-lx. Uh-ohl illl10l'0,S the Colonelfi. . . A.P. flath . . . always working on Biology ll 1:xp4-riniefiits . . . No. GT , . .girl watczlivr , . . rosy m-lim-ks . . . habit of brushing his hand across his lair . . . original ops-n campus list . . . National ltlcrit Imttvr ol' tloninivndation . . . honor roll l'l'l'tltl4'llU?I' . . . c'l'm going buzzing aroundg ,nybody wanta como with llltilfii John Walter Freeman I ,, ,WYYY YYY Y i Eva Jean McMahon 'hc M "lVlelVlouth,,, "lVlelVlidget,,, "lVlelVlunehkin,, . . . Mwhere is he? Riehardlv . . . little Eva ,lean . . . :CDO you want a punch in the nose?,'. . . always fighting with Richard . . . i'You beteha, Butehlw . . . ul want some!" . . . 'iAsk Gem for more mayonnaise." . . . three year cheerleader . . . "l'm not madli' . . . Dixonis No. One Munchkin . . . 'Gliverybody always picks on melw . . . knows how to takejokes . . . "Let me read you my new poemf, . . . sympathetic comforter . . . lVlr. Beef. . . "Ooh, l hate himlw. . . southwest corner of the lounge . . . "Colour lVly Worldn . . . NI want some pieklesf, . . . usually on the honor roll . . . belligerent. . . "l need a Cokefi. . . lots of energy . . . always hungry but never eats a whole meal . . . varsity speedball and softball . . , all conference honorable mention . . . reads an average of four books a week . . . mfhe little people shall overeomelw . . . former Glee Club member . . . viee-president TWBC . . . HI think I'll be close to home next yearf, . . . "I'm gonna be queen and outlaw lVlr. Dixonlw 138 :You little devil, youlw . . . varsity soccer, track, and ex-football jock -- now cross-country captain . . . Lisa . . . proud when he makes up a okc . . . logical mind . . . uWay to go, Acefi . . . tape ball injuries . . . Pilate . . . A.l'. History . . . never wears socks . . . bowl haircuts . . . gYuk, Yukf' . . . constantly hitting Lisa . . . Give Club . . . student member of the Curriculum Committee . . . can be sarcastic and cutting Jr sympathetic and understanding . . . ul canit believe you said thatiw . . . Emilie . . . Stop Sign game . . . sec-through shirts . . . iijust wait ,ill l become senatorf, . . . visiting Kristi at 1300 in the morning . . . Carnes . . . dramatic short stories . . . honor roll -- every once in a while . . The Great Dissentcr . . . ul-ley Scotty, l know a short cnt to Roaring Springs lioaflfi. . . loves to go to Botanic Gardens . . . terror of the .lower School Lunch . . . can sound authoritative on any subject, no matter how much or how little he knows. M William Richard Patton 7211 at ,Q E if 139 l Robin Kittrell Laughlin i . Lamp First girl to become president of the Student Body . . . Ad Director of the Flight 472 . . . athletic -- hockey, speeclhall, and tennis . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . uncompromising stands . . . 'iYouire wrong, Mrs. Byrdfi . . . organized and practical . . . Vonnegut and Wolfe . . . a Bokononian . . . photo classes with her Pentax . . . original fourth grade class . . .Alka Seltzer -- MI just like to drink 1t.'7 . . . olnt ubher . . . all-conierence everv fear in s ieedball and once in hockey . . . iiYou bahx lm. . . almost never studies and 5 a , 5 I . . 7 SC 5 CC ' ' ' ' 75 ' ' CC ' 75 makes A s . . . That Casady girl just whacked me in the shin! . . . argumentative . . . desert boots and l,ev1s . . . l m leaving. . . . as a Senior, never spent a full day at school . . . original open campus list . . . cast-iron stomach . . . concerts . . . dates with older guys . . . restless . . . hates dogs . . . speedy drop kicks . . . honor roll everytime . . . fast cars, bikes, and motorcycles . . . wears shin guards in speedball . . . active and responsible. 140 ' l VI Cl l with ti w ist: ol' timf to worry over things that flu: Wrcclurr . . . dcpomlablr: Flight '72 pl'l0l0gI'llpll0I' . . . now flllfflllllfl' ol tic 1 ou , u n . . . . ' an : 2 vu have notf, . . . Basso Proliundo ..., lock Suprcnu- - varsity foothall, so1'cf'r. and lrzufk . . . 'iCull4fr, you hottor watch it!7'. . . working vith Cris in New Mexico in summur of c7l . . . original fourth grade class . . . tluv llutcllvl Man . . . cigars allor lioothall and soccer games . . . Sig Bad Doug . . . thu Soabcu . . . the Loungcr Clean-up man . . . ulloug, got your Cill1l0I'i1,tllllClilw. . . easy-going . . . No. 50. . . Firebird 'our-spcml . . . DCD . . . printing picturcs until four in tho morning . . . '4'l'rc1ul lightly .". . . quivt hut dynamic . . . c"l'hosc speed humps usl haw: to gofi. . . all mzorlforciico football . . . Alpolitruk . . . hiking boots . . . llougis house- ultcr lioothall games -- Mwhatis on the mcnuip' l bl lI'1lIIlI1lI'Il.w Nllh, thutis what l thought you saidf, . . uWhat did fou sa ' Dm:lwr'!,' uhlumnmib me mummni f' mummn H H 1 i 7 Douglas Campbell Decker i l V Robert Elliott Barbour 4304 Baby Root. . . varsity basketball . . . only Afro in CDS . . . G'Hey, Bobfl a'Hey, Illilllfl. . . long legs . . . Htlome on, Bob, get the reboundlw. . . one of the few seniors who uses his locker in the gym . . . never comes into the Lounge . . . quiet . . . Soul Brother . . . 6'Say, those are mighty mean stompsf, . . . one of the first to be accepted at college -- Tulane . . . Nlley, Bubbaf, . . . 'ilkly ant lions will conquer the worldf, . . . only basketball player with black tennis shoes . . . Holland Hall trip -- Hlley, Bob, whatas in your coat?w . . . all-conference TISC basketball honorable mention . . . "Wake up, Mr. Barbourlw . . . c'Don7t jive mef, . . . uSay, lVlagic.M. . . hatchet man for the basketball team -- always in foul trouble . . . HNo track for me, man." . . . frequent doctor appointments . . . "Dish, dishll' . . . avid Klan fan . . . I gotta talk to my brothersf, . . .Wild Man . . . "I can dig it.,'. . . CDS's First. Marianne Minton .. l Big Red M . . . Handy . . . uBut Mr. Channell, l've only skipped l'.E. lour limes this weekfi. . . Brownwood . . . always wears an jumper with a pocket . . . "I can7tg1'm grouridedf. . . Bernie Park . . . NHow nnstylw . . . evil sniekers . . . Biology seholar? . . . "Fd rather be dead than red on the headf, . . . green mustang . . . driving around hy lleights . . . 'cBl1llxlilI'lill1Ill', l like frizzy lniirlv. . . Doritos and hot sauce . . . '6lVly mice just arcnat getting alongla' . . . studying at lCve's . . . "Carrot Topw. . . Clee Cluh eanip . . . ulllustlm. . . doesn'l let things get her down . . . '41 wanta go be an evil woman tonightfa . . . fat ankles? . . . MM . . . 'gllhen l run away, ean l Come to your housefw. . . "Boogcrsl7' . . . ruthless fighter . . . making cookies and decorating the lounge for lihristmas . . . ezii'e-free and easy-going, but serious when it counts . . . initiator of crazy ideas. uOut of My Dreamsw . . . three year eheerlvader . . . eannot whisper . . . hockey, spec-dhall, and softlrall . . . female jock . . . "Hella, sel and pellown . . . constantly reading . . . frustrated tap dancer . . . one ofthe Nlunchkins . . . even-tempered . . . uljut I have to get my li hour beauty sleepfi . . . original fourth grade class . . . always chewing hubblegum -- buys ten pieces every morning . . . Tatum . . . era: walk . . . Waldemar friends at SPC . . . black and white Camaro . . . patron letters and more patron letters . . . eheeseeake smile . . . 'LWe a very glad to have you 'wivl us todayfa . . . trying to drive Stevels Volkswagen . . . cute little pumpkin face . . . "I am too five leetlw. organized and conscientious, but a little absent-minded . . . black eye . . . uln Europe last summer . . fa . . .stubborn resolve . . . origin open campus list . . . 'gOh, it's so coldla' . . . NBC . . . Caldrieh-Aarter . . . C, C and N law firm -junior partner . . . 'gl wantaibe in tl picturelw . . . all conference speedball . . . lady-like at all times . .. usually on the honor roll . . . Glee Club . . . always happy. Nenetta Brown Carter 'Farms YW Q ts si aa 3 dr 5 2 R K X 5 Crispin Byron Clayton U Head Photographer for Flight 672 . . . orange dune buggy . . . I'We want a pepperoni pizza witl1 an extra order of pepperoniesf' . . . worked n New Mexico with Doug during summer ol' 671 . . . HI.et,s meet at the Pizza Hutg I want a salad with Romano dressingf. . .golf course Jarties . . . new house -- eomplete with darkroom . . . tons of fun . . . Milris, whereas your eamera?'7. . . 'I'iffany and Abigail . . . '6Cris, can I iave a ride to . . .IW . . . big our that can carry lots of people . . . varsity football and soeeer V- until his knee injury in his senior year. . . all- 7 :onference football in his junior year . . . quiet . . . "I,et7s go to Twin Pointsfn . . . Hflris, I've gotta have those pietures by tomorrow. I . . . 'I carft print tonightg I'm going out with Annf' . . . late-night partier . . . 'cNacogd0chcs, here I comelw Peter E. Egg . . . Falcon Quill Editor . . . always on the honor roll . . . powerful sareasm . . . witty and clever . . . UlVly grandfather, Arch Bunkerfl . . . knows the words to all the Allen Sherman, Simon and Garfunkel, and Peter, Paul, and Mary songs -- but what about tl tunes? . . . T.H.E. Egg in seventh grade . . . Baskin-Robbins, faithful goblin and Santa Claus . . . Nl promise, we are going to put out at lea eight issues of the paper this yearf, . . . original open campus list . . . National Merit Semi-finalist . . . MC. S. Lewis -- my herolw . . secretary ofthe Student Council in c7l-L72 . . . HHave you posted the minutes yet, l'eter'!'7 . . . Heonservative fat catw . . . newcomer to Glf Club -- debut in Superstar . . . Annas . . . arguments with Tatum . . . ehurehworlxer . . . football statistieian -- when he feels like it . . . tl Chicken Plucker . . . c'You mean you read the chapters the night before the Biology test and got an 89? Oh, Peterlllw. . . new rat littf every week . . . A.l'. History . . . Football Predietion Contest originator -- and seeond place winner . . . glam getting the Christmas spir now. Bah! Humbuglw . . . National Merit Scholar. Peter Ellery Graves 146 Katherine Lee Collins f? iQue? - - - uGcc, Kay, you're wearing ajumpcrlw. . . plcasantly argumcntativc . . .Quill gossip column . . .Hiilyais Amcrican sislcr, '72 . . the loudcst gum-smackcr alive . . . Norris, Collins, Cartcr, and Sara T. Hughcs law firm . . . nnmbcr game- with Norris . . . Camaro or station wagon . . . good writcr on tests . . . M. K. 'I' .... original hairdos and non-matching clothcs . . . only ycarbook stallcr to mcct all lcadlincs . . . bird calls . . . procrastination . . . Ralph . . . "No big dcalfl . . . g'Kay. yonid bcttcr li-t me driving' . . . Dana . . . puns. . . sometimcs honor roll . . . unforgcttablc football party of i970 . . . A.P. History . . . A- on hcr Civics tcrm paperlll . . . opcn campus list iddition at mid-year . . . tcnnis lcssons during thc summcrs . . . Camp Mystic . . . "'l'hat's groo-oovyfi. . . Spanish alicionado . . . walks vith a positive gait . . . Sports Editor and Senior pages lor Flight S72 . . . supcr-jock: varsity hockey, spccdball. vollcyball . . . unique' and successful backwards kick in spccdball . . . blonde hair and big brown cycs . . . uliay, it docsn't mattcr if you canit carry a tuncg sing inywaylii . . . seldom upsct, always ohccrful . . . thc barefoot lady. I4 Lawrence Joseph Kleuser 'fx I sk 9 1 H 'L fa. 154-1-A-J Barry Kleusel . . . our illustrious quarterback . . . 'gCome on Kleuser, call a playf' . . . '6Loverboy', . . . football, basketball, and track star . . gimpy legs . . . Jr. Commodore at the Boat Club . . . uAre you jiving me?" . . . speed record from Aspen to Fort Worth - 14 hours straight . . "1 'maginen . . . co-captain of the football team for two years . . . "Love that pizza piell' . . . Fishmonger . . . M24 left on two, 26 righ on twof, . . . parties at the lake . . . Harvey johnson . . . many all conference awards . . . "Take it easy, Greasyf, . . . hound dog eyes . . scarlet blush . . . "My feet are so coldlw . . . the Black Bomb . . . "Skipper,' . . . "Hey, Kleuser, you actually got a pair of bells!" . . "Hotdog,' . . . "C,mon, cut it out!" . . . "Hey, Larry, you sure did make a pretty girl." . . . 'gHey, manlw . . . Larry's Home For Unwen Guppies . . . long eyelashes . . . Glee Club? . . . "Larry, youare singing the right tunelv. . . always good-natured and fun-loving . . . the ,low Namath of Country Day. Alice Linda Weichsel lax lf! W ..,.,...,, U l ullcy Lindli' . . . shy and innoccnl . . . livcs 'iway out oasli' . . . "Uh, ilis a he-yoo-li-liul ilayli' . . . hluc Camaro izonvurtihlu . . . lloppy, johnny, Randy, and ,Iami1--l'rom-llu--lalw . . . thu mono kid . . . HI marlv anolhc-r ilrr-ss last niglilfi. . . airplanv pilotess. . . 'gWi:lI,I fluw Santa Claus around in a lurlicopler Sunflayfi. . . family canocing lrips . . . umolional . . . uasily mwmharrassecl . . . i'Whal am l gonna do'?'i. . . long, hcauliful, blondi: hair . . . Virginia . . . basking in thu sun , . . Hliall, lcll him lo stop illw. . .scarml ol' drains and thu Cyclops with big tmetlm . . . walks into walls . . . official southwest cornvr watch-out. . . long run cruslivs . . . Milo you want mv lo heal you upifw. . . airport on sunny Sunday afternoons . . . "l'm going down to thi- rivurf, . . . always norm-rrued . . . Hllollyis coming clownfi. . . l21l'g0l0l.tCiiSiIlg from liich, Cris, john, and Bill . . . uY'all arc so horrihlvijusl li-avr me- alonclii. . . vanil 4-wr really gvt mad. 14 ,-f' GX Y rely, M. Scott K .1 Q Logan l 1 Summers dh Boudro . . . Scotty Bear . . . senior treasurer . . . uHey Scott, what are you selling in the Coke maehine?77. . . out with the guys on Friday nights . . . ex-Trinity Valleyite . . . Crested Butte with Jennings and Freeman . . . horn-happy . . .super snow and water skier. . .varsity football, soccer, and track . . . "lam going lo go home and study. Ha, halw . . . Aspen or U.'l'. next year? . . . 'SSummers, do you remember New Yearls Evcffw . . . makes water skis . . . ul told yaflim growing a Fumanehulm . . . initiulor of violence in the Senior Lounge . . . Hhetls go cheek out T.C.U. lonightfl . . . cruising with liemble and Jennings -- mfhe Funny Companyw . . . Timberline Trails . . . Hliullylv . . . wicked laugh . . . "All ri-i-i-i-ghtlw . . . 'gllook gem Hornslw . . . likes to hotdog on skis . . . the old lakehouse . . . dresses properly for final exams . . . g'Hey Jennings, letls go to Louannfe Friday Illglllf, Barbara Denise Slayton bww Barb . . . veteran baslwtball playor -- ont- of this two remaining from tht- first yvar . . . varsity volleyball . . . always smiling . . . friendly bookstorc' operator . . . uliarbara, can l pass out thi- attvnclancu slim-ts'?7'. . . ulloy. Bnrhlw. . . a farmvr at hvart . . ,loshua . . . professional baby sitter . . . rare appuarances in thu Scnior Lounge . . .quiet and swmvl . . . yellow Mustang. . . liaslwtball captain -- forward or guard? . . . i'Barb, lllr. Williams is always talking to yonff. . . lmlcx lfditor ofFligl1t 472 . . . c'onscim-ntious anrl vonsistvnt . . . big hazel uyus . . .soft voice . . . '4Hcy, Barbara, have you hoard from ljructofil . . . car prohlunis . . . officer assistant . . . patiunt whilu puoplnf make: up tliuir minds what to buy from the book storm- . . . conn-s curly in tlnf morning and li-aws latv in tha- aftm-rnoon. 151 Kristi Ann Howard Moose . . . Dr. Pepper icees . . . varsity hockey, basketball, and softball . . . hockey and basketball captain . . . a martyr who works herself into over-exhaustion or hyper-ventilation . . . Moosemobile . . . original fourth grade class . . . receives visitors at all hours . . . giggly . . . very conscientious . . . "I canit breathef, . . . "lim going to Ward and Lynn's.,' . . . very domestic: knits, sews, cooks, and does needlepoint . . . makes fudge for Christmas presents . . . "We,rejust real good friendsf, . . . Palomino nut . . . atrocious laugh . . . "Come on over to the apartments to play tennis and swimf, . . . never finishes a sneeze . . . horse shows . . . "Kristi, I canit believe how much weight youlve lost this year." . . . always takes people home who live across town . . . bubblegum freak . . . "Somebody come with mef, . . . Glee Club . . . ski-trip veteran . . . never eats anything . . . poodle lover . . . gives motherly advice. 152 X Donald Q.. Wayne it Drolet 0-NMLJL5 Diller . . . the Frenchman . . . "Gorillas are kind of muscular, aren't they?,' . . . pilotis license . . . Luck Field . . . 'SLet"s bomb the school." . . . varsity soccer player . . . very intelligent and quiet . . . only talks when he has something to say . . . buzzing fishermen on Lake Benbrook in a Cherokee 140 . . . mad scientist . . . mustard gas in the Upper School caused by his Biology 1 experiment . . . talks about things scientific with Bruce and Jay in the Senior Lounge . . . takes two A.P. courses -- History and Math . . . "Hey, Baker, wanna play some darts?,' . . . National Merit Semi-finalist . . . honor roll frequenter . . . "How do you pronounce 'Droletyfw . . . holds the New Mexico soaring record . . . "lt got so cold up there! I was dressed for 100 degree weather like it was on the groundf, . . . mad dart thrower . . . usually well-informed but doesnit like to talk in front of people. 15 NeNancy . . . Business lVlanagerofFl1ght '72 . . . original fourth grade class . . . HYou elodlw . . . can talk her way out of anything . . . European allusions about Kneeht trip ol' 671 . . . uYes, lim their grandmotherfi. . . history buff in A.P. History . . . Norry Goat . . . shortest goalie in SPC . . . rodeo chick . . . ul canal, lam going out to the ranchf' . . .original open campus list . . . brings three stacks ol newspapers every week . . . another lVlunchlsin . . . petite ll-et . . . makes up adjectives . . . Norris, Collins, Carter, and Sara T. Hughes law firm . . . ul get to be the senior partnerfi. . . reads law books. . . 29 . . . asthmatic laugh . . . southwest corner drop out . . . horse shows . . . uliut Mr. Dixon, l canal take that book test this periodff . . usually high on the honor roll . . .yellow Skylark . . . uDon7t you dare give those checks to flll'l7i . . . Arabian Native Costume Class . . . llliss Moo of 472 . . . Rosemarie type . . . uSteve, donit be-e-et melw. . . nYou made an "Aw in liilborne's English class? Nancylw . . . National Merit Letter ol' Commendation . . . authoritative tone of voice . . . intellectual quips of humor. Nancy Norris James Beanland Baker IV Red, the Fiat . . . "Wait till I get my Ferrarif, . . . W. C. Fields impersonator . . . aspiring race car driver . . . airplane rides with 'gDiller" . . . hunter and dead-eye marksman . . . scuba diver . . . varsity soccer . . . English enthusiast . . . "My favorite subject is lunchf, . . . avid dart player . . . destruction in the Senior Lounge . . . Ringleader of The Great Bomb Hoax . . . weird sense of humor . . . "What a mousey set-up." . . . another mad scientist and physics aficionado . . . Baker and Drolet, the Terrible Twosome . . . mustard gas mixer of the year . . . broken windows in the Senior Lounge . . . always wears sunglasses . . . c'Let,s drop English and Math and Spanishf, . . . buzzing around in his car . . . "You got some money for gas?,' . . . inventor and entrepreneur. Ann MlCl'lGl le Stump lc! The only new senior . . . left at mid-year for Eastern Hills . . . waiting for Steve on Friday afternoons . . . evcr-changing hairdos . . . General P.E. supporter . . . "Did you study your vocabulary?w . . . fantastic cook . . . Big Stump and Little Stump . . . :Tm not going outsideg itis too coldf, . . . Country Day Blazers . . . "Michelle, is that really a promise ring?w. . . ex-Hockadaisy . . . long eyelashes and green eyes . . . square glasses . . . "Just because I wrote on the back, I have to do it overfi . . . most scientifically knowledgeable in Processes . . . never in the Lounge . . . "Miss Robinson, can we go?', . . . lives "way out eastw . . . quiet and reserved . . . 'gWell, my sister has to be on time for her ballet lessons, so l really can't stay for late practice." . . . organized . . . studious . . . always pleasant. George y Clark Kemble III Qlilllk lsemoar. Kimbowl . . . Lance Alworth, Jr .... the bomb turned into a Firebird . . . fancy dresser . . . 4'Hey, pall" . . . superjock . . . varsity football, soccer, and track . . . and any other sport . . . expertjuggler and not-so-magic tricks . . . original fourth grade class . . . mfime for Bahaf, . . . Kemble-Tatum Scandal . . . hat trick expert . . . quarterback for a week . . . 'llincup . . . Kansas City Chiefs . . . mfhc Cowboysjust lucked out.'7 . . . the eminent Dr. Kemble, turtle specialist . . . S'Everyone pitch in a quarter so we can buy Kemble some shoesf' . . . ugly ankle . . . Nlley man, that's purty slickf, . . . The Funny Company . . . Hliembleis on the honor roll?', . . . camping and mountain climbing with Tatum . . . always in a good mood . . . Kremble . . . S'Coach Hank says . . .,'. . . ping pong champ . . .George . . . original open campus list . . . ,lean Claude Kemble . . . all-conference in just about everything . . . fancy footwork . . . key holder for the Senior Lounge . . . his ears turn red when he gets embarrassed . . . No. 19 . . . turns wild at parties . . . 'clload itla' . . . dodge gem cars on Bryant lrvin . . . c'Gee, Clark, you,re getting to be a regular long-hairf, Stephen Allen 3 Jennings Q Jenkins . . . varsity football, soccer, and track . . . champion window breaker of the Senior Lounge . . . barbed wit . . . Mickey Mouse T-shirts make him look older . . . UWhen l get my LVette . . f' . . . bass guitar player . . . fantastic kicking leg . . . loves to argue and especially dissent . . . "l,et7s go cheek out TCUM . . . The Funny Company . . . kinky hair and skinny legs . . . pranksler . . . all conference football and soccer . . . Friday nights at liouannas . . . Dippity-do . . . Kiley, swinger? . . . Crested Butte with Freeman and Summers. . . '58 VW Bomb . . . music lover . . . The Cream . . . older women . . . bursts of uncontrollable laughter. . . Timberline Trails. . . bow ties . . . one of the inventors of tape ball . . . No. 21 . . . absent every Monday . . . The Cowboy Club . . . Biology transfer to Physics. . . Steve 'cPele,i Jennings . . . soccer is his game . . . slick dresser . . . ull says right there, lim 26.7, l-liilya Baylcam , K CDS,s second AFS student . . . Istanbul, Turkey . . . very, very organized and conscientious . . . "How can l do all this vocabularyfw. . . drinks four cups of coffee every day . . . Oktoberfest . . . "Ich will tanzenw . . . doing two years of Spanish in one . . . surprise party at Vance Godbey's Smorgasbord . . . "Let's go run our laps." . . . varsity basketball . . . likes to play tennis . . . always trying to diet . . . inside jokes with Mrs. Knecht in French V that nobody else can understand . . . saves everything as a souvenir . . . is constantly writing letters . . . twirls her necklace and charms around her finger while she talks . . . worries a lot about her English grades but writes better themes than some whose native language is English . . . has made the honor roll all year . . . knows Turkish, French, German, English, and now Spanish . . . always going to AFS parties . . . "This is just unr-e-e-e-ella, . . . consoling listener . . . Turkish-French accent with a Texas twang . . . is used to having 14 courses at a time . . . "No, we donit have camels in Turkeyla' 159 Victoria Henderson Olin 7442, , Editor of Flight 572 . . . Tari E. Olin . . . daily ncrvous breakdowns . . . 'tllelp mc, 'l'orilw . . . M30 whalis onu morn latc deadline?',. . . honor roll -- until she became editor . . . Hlim just going crazyli' . . . anothcr Munchkin . . . Uzzic . . . computcr and math whiz . . . c'Tori, when are we gonna get our supplemoiltfi' . . . swoot and gcntlc . . . nliut Mr. Adams, I canityell at thosu pcoplofi. , . original fourth grade class . . . c'My guinoa pig finally had hahicsfi . . . llllllf Cutlass . . . varsity vollvyhall and cvspccrlball player . . . ':Oh ljust love hm-ing the managcrfi . . . always baby-sitting . . . original open campus list . . . ull' Loon doosnit have thosu pictures ready . . lu. . . studying at Vickyis . . . 'cwhal Tori? You llLlV6Il7t donu any r4rading'f'7 . . . hearing T.C.U. football games from hor window . . . A.P. Math . . . "Where are the photograpluvrsiii . . . rod barn in her backyard . . . i'Y4:s, l always go around hugging trocsfi 160 Stephen Lyle Tatum 5 ,as National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Majority Whip of the Student Council . . . Hljut Mr. Dixon, there is no difference between a B+++ and an A-ll' . . . Hugo Black fan . . . The Great Alcohol Lamp Fire of 1968 . . . associate Plucker . . . King Herod, Harry lVlcAfee, John Harker, and Curly . . . very versatile . . . Golden ,lock Award . . . Nenetta . . . football, soccer, and track . . . all conference too often to mention . . . Tatum-Kemble Scandal . . . AP History . . . MI can't wait to hit those slopeslw . . . slime molds . . . only boy in French V . . . No. 23 . . . original fourth grade class . . . C, S, and T . . , Tineup . . . mountain climbing . . . math class and forty winks . . . "l think I'll bop by Henry's and get me a pair of jeansf, . . . original open campus list . . . guitar-playing drummer . . . uLet,s go out to the lakef' . . .Sr. class organizer . . . never sit in front of Tatum in Glee Club . . . honor roll . . . peanut butter and jelly sandwiches . . . 'fl beat lVlr. Kilborne in ping-pong todayf' . . . VW . . . swimming at Tatum's . . . Biology Il whiz . . . arguments with Graves . . . white pants and white shoes . . . always the gentleman . . . president of the Senior Class. Victoria M l-lunt Cotton l Vish . . . fickle . . . No Doz and Biology tests . . . Beaumont Bug . . . "I think the Senior Lounge would look fine with a blue floor.". . . Squadette No. 3 . . . Glee Club . . . uVicky, Waldo's at the window.". . . Pops . . . 5'Let's have a golf course parlyf' . . . Fred LXII . . . Cafe and Au Lait . . . ':Let,s go swimming at my grandmotherasfi . . . original fourth grade elass . . . uOoh, ooh, oohw means Hminei' in volleyball . . . never answers the phone . . . ulsetis go drive around and find a partyf, . . . bubblegum musie . . . Hflh, they played that song when and l were . . .aj . . . UA dollarjs worth of gas, please." . . . singing to the radio, but with the wrong words . . . deep lllllSl'll3S . . . wfliis-just makes me sickly, . . . unforgettable Washington trip . . . vacant stares . . . Vieky the chauffeur . . . never at home . . . tennis lessons? . . . faithful speedball player . . . sun queen . . . knows everybody al Paschal . . . "You7re a Pisces? lim a Pisces. l'isees are bestln. . . hamsters . . . "Oh l think it's eutelw . . . Tineu J . . . 4'Cul it outlm. . . southwest corner ofthe lounffe . . . Hood ol' Sherman. 7 I Z7 D 'icurvev . . . another Senior super jocki varsity football, soccer, and track . . . all conference football and soccer . . . Hugo, Ike, Dracula, udas, and Mctlaffery . . . "Hey, uh, Crusemannf, . . .No.24 . . . the Midget . . . football on the golf course . . . worn out penny loafers . . . golden toe . . . G.S.8zT .... baby curls . . . Harvey . . . NLet,s play guitars." . . . original fourth grade class . . . g'Arizona State wants me?" . . watching New Yearas Day football games at Richards . . . student director of South Pacific . . . als Stro' here? Well, letls not go to Physics lnywayf' . . . red dune buggy . . . frequently bruised . . . soccer tri-captain in C71-'72 . . . another ofthe dissenters . . . white Cougar . . . 'Youare driving, buddy!" . . . Glce Club . . . Benny . . . Nl got a new football todayf, . . . mumbler . . . game saver in his Junior year with ast minute field goals. Richard Fox Garvey Bruce Mitcham Gilbert Bwm. 'lBruce, why did you take out the back seat of your car?', . . . super tennis player . . . airplane models hanging from his ceiling . . . has a dog Who got busted for assaulting a dog catcher . . . con man . . . "Don't worryg our lab results are close enough for government workfi . . photography nut . . . poetic invitations to dinner . . . "lim donating my home-made stereo, AlVlfFlVl radio and record player to the loungi -- for only .ll520.00." . . . mad scientist . . . part-time photographer for Flight '72 . . . "You mean your parents are in California and youire a home alone? Why didn't you tell us sooner??lll,' . . . spray paint on his contact lenses . . . always talking about things scientific ani technical . . . made a fire extinguisher for the southwest corner of the Lounge . . . Baker's accomplice in the bomb hoax . . . left fo California at mid-year . . . nD0nit forget yiall, when you come to California for your Senior trip, . . .N 164 'live gotta havu a Cokuf' . . . Cris . . . hifrh ll' h so bruno . . . Anna lianuila . . . 'clmtis not fro to S mnishfi . . . hiv innocent owes, but not so X' 7 D D J L nnoccnt . . . wfllatis just loulli' . . . sonthwust niornur ol' thc- loungo . . . Mlim so 4'n1lnzlx'ra1ss4-cllii. . . hahysitting for Colin . . . cllon t you iarclw . . . very short, short skirts and soxy shirts . . . 'gwhatis going on tonight? l clonlt lxll0W1ll'l7S47Zlll Annfl. . . "Aw wi' going to ,oday'fw . . . Ml,i-i-i-i-saly . . . typical southern ln-llc . . . ulmtis go to Dairy Qiiuviifi . . . liliropuanls11nin11'rol"7l . . . Nwlicrc do you want ,o go ll0WV?w. . . svxy blondv . . . Mliut Mr. Arlanxslw. . , sings thi' orhlvsl songs all thc orhh-st timvs . . . 'Ll guvss l'll have a party tonw it 'GAnni' or Hfkyuilwf . . . lovos luxury and high living. . . lrfxftklgfllilll . . . k'My parunts would kill incl". . . Ulcc Club . . .varsity volh yhall? . Nlvllfffi' am l going to go to school? Uh, wvll . . ft . flusl so l clon't lmve- to bv thi- first pagm- in thi- annualfi s -ig 5 Q li Marjorie Ann Bailey Seniors Mess Around The Great Bubble-blowing Catastrophe, Number 3791 Kay Collins, typically, before and after. lun 'N-K Am-Mu What next year's class better keep put away , . rm l is f . if ii i fi MMJ-:if Apple pie, Mom, and the Flag. Clark Kemble is patriotic. Christmas is here! The Seniors decorate the Lounge. .1g ix- , Put your little finger . Rlchard Garvey teaches Eve Mc ahon how to play the Peter Graves takes care of hlS Bl0l0gy II anlmals -itr Q ' 'Nh ,,,iZ.'QiL? me e ws' S5 3 .'V, K L ik, Leslie Tatum, cheerleader, Joanne Cassullo, cheerleader, Mr. Stephen, sponsor, Frank Stevenson, vice-president and Student Council representative, Susan Morgan, secretary, Tom Leather- bury, president and Student Council representative, Robert Kelly, treasurer. Junior Class 5 ig 2 X H -. I i x T 3 f I i Cosmic . . . ulVlore strange than lruef, . . . The year started out wild. . . . Rivercrest golf course . . . the Su-Su Lounge . . . L'And again we ask the eternal question, ,Well'f"7 . . . "When the hand of the devil . . . Nope, make mine . . .M . . . the first dance and the Jack of Diamonds . . . always listening to music . . . uWell, at least this year everybody doesn't hate everybody else." . . . dating? . . . cynicism . . . late night trips to Jack-in-the-Box and Baskin-Robbins . . . living for the day you donit have pre-cal . . . finally getting your license and hoping for a car -- or maybe a bomb? . . . "Punch, anyone?'7 . . . Telegraph Booth, Baseball Throw, and Haunted House at the Carnival . . . canned food projects . . . Bobby and john take over the paper drive . . . Njuniors do too much!" . . . ffAmen!" . . . money for a needy child. . . HlVlunch." . . .The Linda Liberal Award . . . Nick Danger, Third Eye . . . ffStick fem up, or buy a ticketlw . . . 4'Root-on!" . . . Stump the Class . . . MA pizza to go and no anehoviesf, . . . NBingo?,' . . . f'Bingo!w . . . f6Maybe yes, maybe non . . . 'fEatus per Rootusw . . . fLBut why, officer, why?', . . . yearbook, Glee Club, putting up posters, planting trees, having parties . . . "Who's having a party?77 . . . Juniors scatter to the ends of the earth during Spring break . . . Senior rings . . . juniors outnumber the Seniors ten to one at college representatives -- Hmmmmm? . . . HYou say it takes two weeks to get a Social Security number, and my S.A.T. forms were due yesterday?', . . . "Say wha'?" . . . 6'Heh!!Il!" l Brenda Banister Laura Barber Geoff Biddle Debbie Blair Matthew Blair "live decided to end it allf' Karen Webb goes out with a smile. Susie Bond David Briggs Robin Brookman Bo Butz David Capper Joanne Cassullo Eddie Cunningham Juniors learn the art of eramming. """: 7 Bobby Dowling Karen Eudaly LeRoy Hidalgo on ooio fl, 5 - . - ' 'fffs - 'walkin , . sa : Vi 1-5? 1-Q g Allan Kelly Robert Kelly Tom Leatherbury Geoff Biddle is deep in thought. W W-W Chl M dD'dC dth'fr 'd Matthew Malkan John McClung Susan Morgan ar one mm an aw apper Spen eu- ee Pano studying! Charlotte Munn Chip Payne Kim Pease Nancy Ross Ginny Sanders Dick Sealy Frank Stevenson Tom Leatherbury smiles on his way to class? Jimmy Stouffer Margaret Stump Leslie Tatum Dick Thompson Cheryl Thornton Gwen Tilley Molly Todd John Wallace Cathey Ward Karen Webb "Just because itas supposed to be a secret doesnat mean that you can't tell meli' Debbie Blair is frustrated by Gwen Tilley's obstinacy, but Molly Todd doesnlt get involved. Lydia Cutter, eheerleaderg Mrs. John Knecht, sponsorg Lizabeth Lambert, secretary, Stephen Saperstein, Student Council representative, Melissa Garrett, president, Shannon Sweeney, vice-president, Adelaide Kline, Student Council re- presentative, Margaret Thompson, cheerleader. Sophomore Class ' V K 4 S ,gm 4 f ff i C f u ,, ti i . K, 'y .1 if lt was like lhis: . . . all l.l'IIliilt' elass otlieers . . . watehing the eloek in Driver's lid . . . llalloween eosturnes -- lots olwseird stares . . . Nlondafs hig question: 'tU.li.. xshere's the party this weekend?" . . . "Wateh oul! Maniae terrorizers are on the streetsf' . . . decking the halls with eans ol' snow . . . 'tOh, not No open study halls?" . . . wild parties in hiology -- IIlllr4ltlil forget the milk! . . . 'tContextI Contexlli' . . . ttWho read On !lggl'6!SStlIl'l-fi. HYo eonimentlu . . . "Okayl Okaylw . . . erashing the simulator . . . HStay ol'f the grass." . . . 'tl,et's take a iluiekie at D.Q." . . "What'f A Yoea-Hillary test to- daffm . . . haxing to paint. paint, and paint for The Sale . . . Pie Throw . . . putting oll' eamping lists . . . t'Grah your coats, English is next period. ...I Iudy Lynn s hot loxe . . . ski trippers . . . spastic roller skaters . . . heing obnoxious . . . Freneh in geometry . . . IHolaI . . . International llinner? Yes! No! Maybe . . . Western Day . . . side-angle-side . . . MCome as you areal 5:00 A.M.'!i' . . . "How many tO.K.'s' in geon1elry'?" . . . seienee projects . . . tluek and Holden . . . Hweire Number Onelt' . . . 'tliook out Mr. Dixon, here we eonielw . . . t'Ur mayhe ilis Lookout, sophslw . . . 'tho 'jokef' . . . long eonversalions with Wehbyas Third . . . juniors next year -- uliook out world!" . af.: A V ..,M-J -f--0-.4 ' Id ' h' klall d d h' !"D bb' C ' tlfiogfgod tcgit t in ever un erstan t is e ie onner gives Bm Albers Douglas Amoult Lee Bass Tom Fitzwilliam Adam Fried Josh Fried Melissa Garrett Janet Ghormley Paula Ghormley .ff .Mm ,N '22, --xw. K ...--.mu ,,QrwW"W.K wr, 1, 5 1 Brian Bowdcrn, Kurry Webb, and Shannon Swceney make good use of a study hall! During class Adelaide Kline and Kelly Young are deep in con- centration. Tommy Hanley Sarah Harris Mark Isbell 11 A , w l .1 3 i Qeaameif mwwM,QeaM ll , ' , 'i i is ,gl if ,ski li W, , I sa 'Q J i if Camille Kemp Adelaide Kline at X, E Qsm,."9Hnwa,,,,,,gw , ,. ,V Lee Bass is totally immersed in his book. Lizaheth Lambert Cary Laughlin Charles Lundelius Reid Martin Mary Ann McBride Quentin McG0wn Ora Beth McMullen Jean Morgan :qw -if' 1 .Qi W i, ,, ii i 'IT K. f K Aw., ,. Y Q Xfifii ie ., fa Mary Schutts, Student Council representativeg Mr. Howard L. Chaiiiieiii advisor? David Ekstiomi Student Council iepie, Hacker . . . Sweathog . . .money makers. . . concessions . . sentative. first annual bike race . . . jokes in History Class . . . Mlloy long have you had this problem?" . . . Tilley and her blow pops . . . Nolan and his brilliant ideas . . . erippled donuts . . Strobo . . . 4'lt's almost Fridayll' . . . "Can l have a ride?'T . 'tYea, today is Wednesdaylw . . . HWe'll miss you, Seb." . .' Mono Kid . . . the class falls apart -- thirty-nine and stil decreasing . . . Drivers Ed and twenty people in Reid's truck . . Twillard . . . HOK7' and Mr. Ben Barka . . . Hls there party this weekend?,7 . . . girls on the attack . . . carame apples . . . River Rat and Wart . . . 4"l'hat's neither here no therei' . . . The ,loisey Kid . . . ice skating party . . . no tieki no laundry . . . Bullwinkle . . . fires in the IPS trash can . . NGO elean up the animal roomf, . . . first year for the ski trii . . . Rookies for the Glee Club . . . cheers . . . Wlleams art ready!" . . . t'One two three four . . .M . . . "How man' Y a v a e I times have I told you!', . . .jacks . . . heavy eaters . . . jack i1 the Box . . . uCalm yourself, please." . . . "Aspen, tubingl' . . Old Maid . . . Gin with Anita . . . Hayseed . . . basketbal throw, dart throw, candle squirt . . . Gertus . . . freshmal privileges . . . last in lunch line . . . managers for all sports . . Seniors of 675. sf"'w1w !laxine Acola Cove Anderson Katy Bahan Alex Beros -Q i ,Q n e f f e 1 ffg u Wildly enthusiastic over studying, Jim DuBose glares at the photographer for having interrupted him. in-ff-e'W"' Tootsie Roll Pops aid Cindy Kelly and Carla Kcmp's concentration. Steve Booton Ken Candler Amon Carter Gary Clayton Carol Cruikshank Liz DeWolfu Bee Dowling Jim DuBose 177 3 David Ekslrom Tom French jay Hageman John Hendricks Dwight Horton Warren Hutson is, 'Es , my k Cindy Kelly E, 1 egX1eaigfff,y5f:3ig1, 1:'::f:gflX'i53l?TWf?I'3fih . X " ' in in 5 g m, ,- f -f H, 552551 Y -' 2 Q ,S viefaiw' A . -ra: 7 4723210 . ' ' J' .-f , , 'W yr' i 'J' ,ij ,, Q W Q K IIAV ii rlra l a Q W8 Cheslea Kemble Ken Candler and Gary Clayton spend a spare study hall reading the newspaper. Carla Kemp Cassandra Mcllonough Charley Meeker Peter Morris William Murray Bill Nolan 178 .,, ,Q E Now, let's see -- how can I do this?" Dwight Horton plans the ight's homework. if N-QW Q'-H Carla Olin Margaret Penn Kelly Rowan Christie Rutland Mary Schutts Cathy Snodgrass Lnita Sweeney Ann Taylor Ann Tilley Mimi Ward Neel Ware Tim Wentworth lim Williamson Kelly Young Tom Zay J ay Hageman seems to be having sweet visions. 1 w w Eighth Class tiff Joslin lends a helping hand to Phyllis Paulsel. Tracy Aguilar Susan Albers len Anthony Ann Barber Mike Berry Mary Blair ,lane Bond Billy Buck Qee Anne Butz Kevin Capper Chris Chambers Chilton Melanie Clayton Barby Cooper I J Ev r' 'Q' Y s Mike Berry admires his fingernails. ,lane Bond and Ben Anthony arenlt impressed. wif Claire Chilton finds it hard to keep her mind on the appropriate subject. Pat Cosby Suter DuBose Cathy Edens Steve Eisner Kim Fortson Brad Griffin Tommy Hamm Jack Horton Peyton Hughes Biffjoslin MWhat's your prohlem'fi, Brad Nowlin resents the invasion of his privacy. Pat Kneer Rudd Long Mark Maberry Hope Malkan Russ Martin Wyatt Mattiza McBride Louis Naham Beth Newberry Brad Nowlin Phyllis Paulsel Kelly Ryan Cindy Slayton lt's oral hook reports time for Bill Stanley, Susan Albers, Chris Chambers, and Tracy Aguilar, Bill Stanley Diana Tarride Scott Tatum Jimmy Walker Tammy Webster Mitch Wynne Fred Zinlcel Seventh Class f Q w R ul 'sm K , W M af 'Kas Kamille Altaras Kathleen Avery Elizabeth Biddle Qeorge Carter is not convinced. Dan Blumberg George Carter Kelly Cash Wayne Chester Charissa Corley Mark Ferree Mary Catherine Alan Goodrich Anna Melissa Gardner Harrison lim Hipp Stuart Hoff Patricia Hughes . fy ' Q l is . if . ,,.- ,A Huck Newberry and jimmy Hipp say the rccipeis O.K.g Byron Keil thinks it needs a little something. "lt's approximately .5 gmf, Carolyn Tarride, Lynn Steed, and I Annette Williamson weigh their sodium chloride. Byron Keil GHFY Kflight Damel Kfak0W0f 5 t ii S 5 Gwen lVlcGrew Wade Meeker Jill Miller 3 639553 S S iw ' V" .I V dy 3, l ,miif Z:f 'Q ,Y,, V. ., 12- "'e ... M e S '--- ' Y S i t s ' .1 . . cgi, ' Akai. on "The teachers arenlt so bad looking these days 5' John Sanders Ken Miller Huck Newberry Mike Olcott observes. 7 Judy Olin David Parker Tommy Purvis Win Ryan John Sanders Janice Settle Shelly Seymour Aaron Siegel Lynne Steed Amy Stevenson Stephanie Steves Karl Stump Erin Sweeney Carolyn Tarride Lisa Team i Vi., A 5 W as 1 iiii S S 'Ya "The little red-headed girl is looking my way!" Wade Meeker has a Kelly Thompson Peter Whipple John Wilkin case of ubutterfliesf, Elizabeth Williams Annette Williamson George Young Tim Zay , -if,. 'ar X if Sixth i 'iii' 5 A 2 W1 Class 'WK xx' 1 up ,,.. Kay Anderson Elizabeth Beier Christopher Beros Mrs. Mattiza lectures to her sixth grade class. Julia Butterfield Jennifer Chambers Kyle Claunch 6'See, no cavitiesln Kay Anderson, Susan Steed, and Laura Miller display ecstasy. Kip Collum Linc Conn Peter Courtney Lynn Cruikshank Jefflyn Davis David DeMent Ben Fortson Karen Fortson Jimmy Ghormley Mike Goodrich John Havens Caroline Hoff Elizabeth Hudson Robert Hundley Li K we C .... ,ie , I -1' fs 1 J 1.+:a+-4,1 2 ,,e,?. , 5 C of Karl Kane Dee Kelly Muriel Knecht Mr. Bingham presides over the sixth grade, hard at work. Scott Landers Janet Maberry Ross Maddox The sixth graders take notes. Angela Mallick Chris Mallick Craig Marks Muriel Knecht, Caroline Hoff, Lynn Cruikshank, and Julia Butter- field act out their Spanish dialogueg Miss Forsyth observes. Karen McCain Mimi lVlcGrew Ken McKenzie Laura Miller Scott Nowlin Stephanie O'Brien 56" nr Susan Olcott Naomi Payne Beth Runyon Mr. Bingham comes to the aid of the sixth grade. George Saperstein Greg Slayton ,Ion Snyder Susan Steed Pal Walsh Tim Williams ie? ' 3 L 5 L Kg i l Z gig , fflg J, L SQA , - .' , SEM- fam? 3 , UEMW ifif. Mf"" -, kwgv, H' g iw f 'ik f , V " L' f ,Wil 7- 'til .. . , ,,.., Tw-V. M V 4955? ,, wr' 4 4- N f P is QQ Y' ,g :PW M ,,,,,in 4 , IJ' me . , Q -- , s Fifth lass Q . Y, :wil Ef- ww K ,ww Q,auvP""' . , V .- , if ' 2 .1 .' 1, . -E 'I-Fi?-:S:e:?f..- ::. a 1 if K' T11-we 11s5EWl'57572S. MSL 5. , ,. ,, ., ,, ,,1:,-,..4,.,-,.- f. W U N 1 .- fiflmmsfpx-fm-Qffwn- W I,-, 2 " QAffQQg21w:2:g,121zf12mf2?Eiim f I ' fzfsiv xsif-'f ffifiiif' " - ' --gf-WM , K f. S 5 5,555 S S - .gm Q'- M, J? ,., 2 -. Q Www'- fw . Tm f L4-um LY, M :ai .mg ' " ' 5241 1 .vm f fiffsyfin. A f:fzfe11f,.:g2:i:'Qf1, 4 , M,J3:,'fz,'ggmw -1,9 f-?:2zfa:ff' fi: if J X m.,Ww ,iygisg 2 v ,eff S Sarah Lee Gogsfytt Marsha Harrison Susan Hart Randall Hudson Jimmy Innis John Ivey Vance Lambert Kathey Mack i Alan Curry tries to think a little bit. Bret lVlcAden Alden McKay Karen McKenzie Bill Morris Leslie Neal Wade Nowlin Julie Parker Julia Ryan Andrea Saperstein Edmund Schenecker s 53 .amd ,W 5 'UNF xi!- 'lif' Mb Fourth Class WEL J ....u-v,..A..,.4.-- 4 i i i ii ? J l ig. Q L limi 1 1, L Jimi., Q? ,aw KQLQ ,Bu was .,,. A 6 Kathy Baldwin Pam Barker Steve Berry Robin Blumberg Angela Bowden J an Buckler Sharon Buice Allan Butcher J on Carr Fred Closuit l Corbett Melissa Corpening N15 Bill Cowan Don Cruikshank ,, A, 2 -3-Jie . W is A, -' A pf X :Jw "':.' 1 , if ,f.- N "The hotter to sec: you with my dearfl llolly Martin gazes through her granny glasses. Elizabeth Cutler Lynn Day Deborah Deen Marc Herman "A penny for your thoughts, Brad Corhettf, David Herr Lauris Hillard Pam Hodges Priscilla Hodges Ric Hyden 'WW 'Qt Buddy Judd Whit Kelly Billy Kilborne Jerry Lamensdorf Lisa Landers Holly Martin Vlissy Miles Kirk Miller Scott Miller ,I an Nelson Ai? Fodd 'You canst write thatg it's plagiarismf, says Sharon Buiee while Lauris Hillard and Angela Bowden look on. Todd Snyder zaps the photographer Rowan Billy Runyon Lisa Sankary Parker Sehenecker Snyder Sarah Stevenson Sterling Steves Vance Tucker Laura Ward Amy Western 'OX Barry Witt Shannon Young - Third Class Adelaide Andrews Matt Anthony Larry Brown Gwen Clapsaddle Michael Collum Catherine Curby Claire Curry Debbie Dake J. A. Davis Lisa Fortson "lt,s not the answer that bothers me, Mrs. Webbg it's the questionf Hayley Lambert and lVlrs. Webb talk it over. James Garner Shannon Gilbert Lexi Kay Harrison Dezann Hausenfluck Carl Henderson f' W, J ay Nowlin Trey Plankey John Reynolds Martin Robbins 1 John Scoggins and Todd Kolba sketch the Dezann Hausenfluck and Frances Kilborne patiently wait until lVlrs. Webb has a free hand characters around campus. Clayton Sampson Holly Schreier John Scoggins Shawn Stovall Dan Tatum Stuart Thomas l Joe Tilley "Sissy', Wagner Claire Walker Lon Webster Nancy Whitson Second Class Amy Aguilar Robert Albers Mark Anthony Andy Athey Melissa Baldridge Brian Bascom Chip Bearden Brenda Beaupre, Angela Brown Hilairy Butler Kay Chambers Billy Crawford To the injured, friendship comes in the form of Melissa Baldridge, Leslie Webster, and Michelle Mallick. 'Q 3 :ff-' John McGown gets caught fooling around while Drew Lydick, Donovan Williamson and Robert Albers appear delighted at the situation. Trey Estes Russell Gardner Jeffrey Garner Christine Harrison Mr. Edwards and Scott Paulsel confer. Sally Herr Jenny Holt Carter Kolba Drew Lydick Michelle Mallick Clif McCain Becky McDonough John McGown Dan Meeker J eff Melch Alice Miles Melissa Miteff Anthony Passeur Scott Paulsel Andrea Payne David Petruccelli J eff Rattiken Renee Rimmer Andrew Sams Susan Sankary Robert Simon Nancy Smith Sarah Steves John Stinnett Nancy Sumner Melissa Thompson Philip Trew AL, Leslie Webster Marshall Williams "You,re sitting on the grass, lVlr. Edwardslw lVlr. Edwards and some second graders relax in an open-air classroom. Q . Donovan Williamson First Class il? -IU!! Baughman Brad BCHUPFK! Billy Brentlinger Noel Brewster Robert Browder Susan Chambers Quake GUY-tb 'YQ' gy fs, Cowan John Day Terri Dean Clay Dibble Tommie Duncan Ginger Durham El n Meeker and Keith Fenton are by a crayon drawing. "Just act natural and maybe helll go away.W Megan Lowe, Carolyn Shelton, and Robert Browder play it cool for the photographer. Walter Duttweiler Keith Fenton Kenny Fischer Amy Gardner 209 Eric Gardner Laurie Gardner Greg Hausenfluck Kelley Herman Reese Hillard Allen Hodges Guy Holland Brooke Hyde Mike Lipscomb Megan Lowe www... T Karen Meek Alan Meeker Michelle Melch ,lack Milner Bill Motheral Melinda Murrell "Look where he jabbed mef, Kenny Fischer points to the result of a recent pencil fight. Tom Nelson Billy Nowlin Cynthia Parker Michelle Phillips Amy Rothberg Kelly Scoggins Barbara Scroggie Carolyn Shelton Karen Meek draws it like it is. aaha . 8 X Vg, sg, l 1 1 1 cz l '4 Temptation overwhelms Kenny Fischer as he plots to steal Noel Brewster's crayon while l Stacey Shelton Jennifer Snyder Kelly Scoggins looks away. Dick Steed Greg Stevens Travis Stinnett Victoria Webb k 1 t k k 211 3 A Morning Kindergarten Richard Pay ne, Stephanie Foster, Trey Chapman, Ty Taylor, and Kelly Cranz wait to hear about the dune buggy in Show 'n Tell. Cynthia Allen Trey Chapman Lee Cox Kelly CFHHZ Kristy Davis Craig Dean David Fischer Kim Fisher Stephanie Foster Beverly Gardner Jonathan Garner Margery Hodges Todd Hodnett Elissa Kolba Cue Lipscomb John McKay Trish MclVlackin HDL Livingston, l presume?" Ty Taylor doesn't recognize thc yearbook photographer. Adam Rothberg Ty Taylor Ulf sis Michael 0,Ncil Richard Payne Mark Pulliam Marisa Tilley 'gCl1eesvl77 Marisa Tilley and Margery Hodges smile pleasantly. 214 Afternoon Kindergarten Eae "And then he said he loved mef, Devon Gilbert's mind wanders. Valerie Andrews John Anthony Earl Baldridge Kristin Boyles Gregoly Brown Blake Burkett Tina Kaye Cates Melissa COX Marilia de MOUTH John Gardner Devon Gilbert Trey Gordon Castro Georgia Griffith David Hart Marilyn Lamensdorf Stephen Mallick Mark Mathis Kevin Murdock John Runyon Rachel Ryan Michael Sankary Chris Springer Alex Williamson K l ss J H Georgia Griffith checks still there. R Q, her purse to make sure all her goodies are Michael U,Neil leans over for a big grin at the photo- graphcr. 21 Q- am J xx 5 i Welcome to CDS! The people on these pages are the ones who entered the school after their elass's pages were already prepared. Q 7 i 2 ABOVE LEFT: Claire Chilton and lVlike McBride help Susan Sher- wood fcenterj decipher her new textbooks. ABOVE: Hulya Baykam instructs new student Carlos Ornellas in the finer points of lVlr. Adams' Spanish. RIGHT: Harriet Harris Ceenterjjoins Tommy Fitzwilliam and Merry Perry in clowning around. X at hell rf ,Wir New WW' 'RAF' Camille Kemp and Brian Bowden ex- plain to new student Robin Whitson how it 'spozedl to be. fi Burnie Western Qeenterj gets useful ad- vice from classmates Scott Landers and Line Conn. Melissa Garrett frightj brings Martha Minton up to date. 217 :...N.. L,ALL 1 f""'-' 1 E.'L3is'! Patrons and Advertisers YOU awe D10 A ,,,..,. K ,.,." .. 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JURAN JOE B. BAKER O. D. BARBEE KENNETH G. BECKHAM W. JERYL WHITWORTH THIS ESTABLISHED 1926 INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 21:07 c'0N'l'IN1aN'1',xx, LIFE BI'ILDINfi FCJRT YVflICTII. TEXAS 76102 332-6237 3711 CAMP BOWIE BLVD. FORT WORTH. TEXAS 76107 731-8466 1835 POST OAK TOWER BUILDING 5051 WESTHEIMER HOUSTON. TEXAS 77027 623-0460 rn Wlth oke nsoluh0 HENRY! JEAN SCENE Laughlin. 5800 I CAMP BOWIE BLVD. BRAKE-O SHOPPING CENTER "How about these?,', Clark Kemble asks Robin Jeans - Shirts - Belts All Sizes - Including Children 's f2- 74, regular and sliml P VIH BA G TEWAY IIK NATIONAL BANKi'.'."fL MEMBER F.D.l.C. 5 L k lj -Qin! I -v fn: 1112-2 H In Tailoring Our Services To Your Needs 227 Q-. an -:::::, ,,,.v. i .-I,.,, V 5 Iv. 1 v:,v: ,in :1:,: 51, ..,.,..' 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Q.. 5 'il-,,, 4 ,ff ' 57 C 1' ,.f' T il , S'--'-- -i ' . x 'Q-, Q Af FY I-ZZ ' 'X Several Convienent Locations In Fort Worth l- , ,. FXMZW, , A ,A1Q,, . .,Vi, BASKIN RoBBiNs ICE CREAM 5049-B Trail Lake Drive 292-9925 , 7' . f f': Y' V. M455 7, :,. JZ Q54 .ve 4m B ' is I I 7 elolfna VV ' 7440174 ' 5' QQ I fad Q I Petite, Junior, Misses Sizes :le Also Accessories and Gift Items. ssoo-E Camp Bowie, Ft. worm 132-2551 inf Pipeline Rd., Belaire Center, Hurst 282-1552 Carriage Square, Denton 332-4333 Master Charge BankAmericard Layaway ., y JW? I , . ,S 57 Ugg, QW!! Q . 2' Peter Graves' ice cream cones really send Rosemary Poole. ,. ' f J inf - pf , jfpvg v ijf il' .5 E 3' I Frank Bailey, Jr. Wesl Sevenlh al University 8- Bailey Member FDIC 22 INDUBTPIEB 2 WEE MOBLEY RIDGLEA DRUG The family drugstore offering elhicol service Prescription Pharmacy . Delivery . Charge Accounis 6140 Camp Bowie Blvd., For? Worih, Texas 737-6655 'ss ifllllllfi llllll Slliil' ms sam ww Q73 vi Wi 'K' 'W mm? l li' ll AANU l ,Q-i'Z2lisaaffg" il imusN" uf K :',,,-,gunsunfyfl ,W ....nS9"" Leslie Tatum picks up some yarn for another sweater at the Circle Knit Shop. EURUPE ANYONE? SOUTHERN TEENS ABROAD 1971 for Teachers and Students woRLD TRAVEL SERVICE LWXJYJ 1930 Service Life Center 0 Fort Worth 0 332-2191 Compliments of Beggd ealfib 0 orrucsz RANCHES! 621 rom' WORTH c1.us suu.mNG M-EDO, THA, sos wEs'r vm s1'nEE'r Fonv woR'rH, TEXAS GU""""'E- TEXAS PHONE ED 5.9127 ,oft THA, FINCE LAKE N M ATAIQUI 'ANC A. B. C. Employment Town 84 Country Barber Shop Gringo's JaGee Corporation Bradley Florist Aetna Finance Co. Texas Dept. of Public Safety Garvey Elevators, Inc. Town 84 Country Veterinary Clinic W. T. Grant Company Automatic Signal a Division X Howard Income Tax Office The Chic Shoppe N. H. A., Inc. Stardust Lounge N Taragon Lounge 'X Texas Electric Service Texas State Optical Mr. Flair Tuxedo Rental Ward Drug Company 5' Weatherford Associates of LEF Waters Jewelers i i i Western Auto Supply Co. S'9ep'A"9 Kier Buiiding iviatefiais The Shoe Center iGenesCOl Bud'5 Bike Shop Festival Shoes lVlr. Quick AfbY'5 Williams super Brake Fofomaf .vi .,f 'Q 'ff F' A W . , ..,gQ'zg'!'-Rf'kf,f--,-A :FWS'.y'l'.','4'p".g.F7jf71:,PJ-.-.E1'z:fLK-Zfvjiif - 1 f . ' fl? - A - -.: .e,..-f,1.5 1 N ' Y 1:- - 1 H V iew mi . t -E 31 , - 4 .. wlmlm X . . a X X X X N xxxxxxxt WX gi X A M, "' 1,.,,,,,.,,.. HFILTO lTl'S THE HDUBE DF Dlnmanus P- smn and Mainj6102 camp Bowie Blvd. Qt!- gil mass? " Ig.. 5:1 RIDGLEA STATE BANK Tix R 'Bl th S adsksit 1 tl s S ,pq tai" ,A Q fly o f D V, if li Alam, ll ffv xx K ' Z- ' Sunil' Q SVN V o 4 9 Q I ' HAS IT f , .9 ' of for On Campus.. .CHI Campus , A1 Cox's is the center of interest in what's new "Now" in and out of class. We offer you a complete coed uni- form headquarters - ready to fill your current needs 1 3. with smartly styled separates - skirts, blouses, iumpers R and sweaters. When it's time for a return to individ- Q uality - Off Campus - turn to Cox's for everything you need in today's world of pre-teen and iunior fashion. H RIDGLEA ' BERRY 0 LANCASTER 0 BELKNAP 4 Please your favorite People with Pangbum's Chocolates . i A525135 C e n. - 1 f ggi ,exf- at ' ,li A513551 f "' -' ef! E: gi 1' ii ffm?-' ' fi ' l 5 Q N' sg i ?g.Q:f gr Delightful to give . . . delightful to get . . . because they're made with Milk and Honey. In the Candy Department . . . AT YOUR FAVORITE DRUG STORE. "P8Ilgblll'Il COIIlpdlly, IDC. 1900 SOUTHEAST Loop ezo - Fonr won'rH W Compliments of A - BRIGGS Airconditioning 3904 W. Vickery Fori Worfh, Texas 738-2191 RQQBQCQ,-Qppp, CRCQGQYPGHS C' cL?cml?cse: 'TUC-.ggummmeaxs mbmmcffi C' CGOUZ CQUIEY9 Ge-:mb-9 50353 737-'390b I 75 17-9027 Compliments of THOMAS M. RYAN AND CO. iJlSllNl.llVlll lllllilillll A -A Ginny Sanders, Kim Pease, Eddie Cunningham, Cheryl Thornton, and Kay Collins enjoy Dr. Pepper anytime A -T::.-x YV f 3 f' N- I O O N 0 -.J f N fe- fi w 'We dry the whole damp state." Texas Garmenta Linen Service JACK HENCKELS, PRESIDENT 420 Hemphill Fort Worth, Texas 332-9321 tai' Qnunh ahlr Zinn :sw 'crup 2:5 g.f I as SEX W 5 5 J Q 3716 Camo Bowie Blvd. Q , FortVVQrtI1, Texas 738-7502 K 3 ggwwuw 4.5 2 . , wif 2 M1 ,-"wwf ,zffi?? . V H Vw 'f .3 w Wiwwwvi i 7 ' fi, 'z, W, Y 55:25 . W,3wy!MM W,,A - VH,-Wg,MQMQ g 3 4, ,: x ..,,, f f U u,,,m .-fff :,1w,LW,w' Q LQ Mx ., W vWiEE QQUWQ n Nwqg A . , lin! Y fjflwp 5 1'JwJ ' A - 'vw Nm -Am'-wx, klvk ffiffmqs wwwmwus ng: infix' E 12' Q 5-i f P 'QI weft ME A x,di 4 E MQ Q QM 1 WW - iw? 5 ,X Y 5 ll erryg ..lUf'll:Ol' 6008 CAMP BOWIE BLVD. PHONE PE 2-2581 FORT WORTH, TEXAS me ofafegif .911 Junior ja5Lion5 if DRESSES -Af PETITES LEON WALTERS PHOTOGRAPHY t 1715 Western 738-5041 if FORMALS BEST PRODUCT+ BEST PRICE JOHN I appel TOYOTA WEATHERFORD HWY AT HWY 731 2791 . . 183 9 Exclusive at Buddies! SM wno CARES ABOUT YDU? ...We Do! .5 PIus...You Get Valuable Scottie Stamps! MILQIDIUJEI S r lvllfllsuus HDIIIIXIIIS 7 Residential Developme Industrial Development Home Loans i, , 'rdawnlhil many arrangements available at Gordon Boswell Flowers. GORDON BQSWEIJ. FLOWERS 1220 Pennsylvania - 6200 Camp Bowie 3056 South UHIVGYSITY D ve 'rcu Th ,If ' - In 321 'ifmmulifif PINS elle-I5-IIUIERE5 0 W O UNMAII. . 'f u W ' I x ' ,. L ITP, .-,,... 5 I sq. 3.53: .N O 0 735131 4' 1.5 E 0' ,KHP 9 on 505+ 4105 CAMP BOWIE 737-3731 HAND FINISHING sans: Ocfgllk tACl'0Sfl'0Tl1 . alle I ri S J 42 BEST WISHES TO THE FORT WORTH COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL Compliments of A. M. Pate, Jr. President sl Chairman ofthe Board TEXAS REFINERY CORP. Fort Worth, Texas SCHNEIDER, BERNET SL HICKMAN, INC. Established 1932 MEMBER NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE JOHN H. WILLIAMS SAM H. BERRY 1502 First National Bank Building Fort Worth, Texas 76102 Area Code 817 335-2484 RENTAL EQUIPMENT CO. 3302 W. 7th ST. -- ED2'5258 DANCE WEAR FABRICS TRIMMINBS I 4,53 ?Qf ff fy ff. , ,qw fr K g Mf- X H' TT ff-1 -v xy ,Q ,f' ,"',Lv in I'-,-,-afiy' 7 vWfa426,f fl' z, Q! , , , X VJ, . 42.12 .QF 1 v nf 1? Z QE FDR U65 LUIE R. BREWSTER UWNER 737 5264 3605 DEXTER T WORTH, TEXAS 76 'ID7 al ur 5' I .M lil John Kluthe Picture Framing 4015 Camp Bowie Fort Worth, Texas 76107 737-0289 2 1 l I i 1 -..-af' 'S F Marisa Tilley completes the square. Gallery in the Square 1510 West Tenth Street N v E Everybody A me or Qyc 6 7 P who is 4624 CAMP BOWIE BLVD. T anybody 7 737-5820 E The Place For the Great Toys ond Gomes! I l 0 SCHWINN slcYcLEs 'Q ' u REPAIRS AND RENTALS .- 5 v Q FINE EUROPEAN LIGHTWEIGHT BIKES W Shops at Arnold 5' P a PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT Q TRAMPOLINES 1 7 - ' ' RNQLDS A Jfwllfls' FIN! GIFTS 6118 CAMP BOWIE BLVD. f PE 2-4411 ' , X - 245 Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks jeffd 19 wgffurcs DAYS A WEE 4636 Pershing Fort Worth, Texas 731-8787 Mary Schutts and Nenetta Carter are seen in front of the new awning at The Original after a delicious meal there. THE ORIGINAL MEXICAN RESTAURANT 4713 Camp Bowie Blvd. 737-0046 Fort Worth's Oldest Worth, Texu 4-7051 ACROSS FRDM SEMINARY SOUTH 46 X ,, ., x S 2 .Q X 4 5 4 o ' s 1- 8 ml U X Q ? , f 'lui' I F . ' Z. 1 F' 2 2 3 by Q 5 1 1 Q 2 'Q 4 1 QM , ii, , f 9 s. wg , 1 A we 1 , if 4-C, S ' ' Q gg 3 ' ? if f I sf Q, . j L Q X I 1 s 4' 24 M V Q EQ . k QQ N . - A W . s ag X 1 3 -if K, 'I Y ' , I , : , H - Q , ' ..g .. A A , F 5 3 'ti Q4 rl Q 1 :af "f - Q, H Q ' Q f X A Y A ' - W: X 'QL V R' ' K? L 1 h R f L C f' N' 'W X. f 5 f , ' M , if fs K , K . 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Nancy Norris, Nenetta Carter, and Steve Jennings examine an Eskimo print. F O R T W O H T H Trail Lake Drive at Southwest Loop Carlin GHHCTICS 710 Montgomery 738-6921 A FRIEND 4 S . N finals 4 '17 wkxiikw-. yk 1 'X ...X E ,Qw K " ra , L F-E' f V 3 X 4 urn 2' - a.. 'J C1 CI, W gg, CD S: Ln ,,,. 4? la, A vu F-4 I-4 O 2 S ...A S 2 'U .- an I Q, Z L: L4 if rs U hormley, Ad I. ,J E 5 'IU Q4 'nk E 1 A C5 w ,4 -Q is Num' .. 0 .1 O, ,j,QkC1J 3115958 V ., rl , i A 74 4 :fx ,. 1, 5 ,. 'JU' 4 f Z h ' l. V 1 A , '., fl 'quiz ' A QMQVM , J-WL. Hffgek 'nf L A v . -'lr 4' ggi.-g,kw1.1g'.,: 5 ' ' . V A-u , 3 f ...WTB .. rr L ' - 1..- , an , A .iftk .., .4 Q 1 gg. .- x ,M Eifezfwifg U 7 :MIX W W A 4- Eff 4' L5 A , ..-sm, 5 K T' 9-' X V4 AQ, ,L wr fa. -1 A A 1 -baff' ' :gh ai' . .L W 1X ' V if-M 3 'Q SZ' - g x ' g ,ig 11 3 ' 5, , K 15 .H s 5 . K .7 f J AY f . ' in ' , WP ' XL :K ,. Wi t Y xvfig, .. Y Q ' iifL"'9'1. 'Y faj' 2 ' I' . 'Q V . 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Band Rauscher Pierce Securities Corporation 715 Main Street 6111 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, Texas 76102 Fort Worth, Texas 76116 Phone: 336-8601 Phone: 737-7242 With the Very Best Wishes of the Directors and Staff of Aims International 1054 31st St. N.W. Washington, D. C. 20007 of for Fort Worth hamburger Jamie's is here! rg, angarffbaralune- at 63-ni, A-'. E - f It Lg. " tt gf ":' 'ze 1 ,U - e,. 0 . ' .f.'l .QQ21fLl':r.x:L-.f.f:'z3.15 ..:. 5 :la-: :V.c:: Zf. .'..' -.r. lf.: -.:' ':'.: ' ' For years Jamie's has been wowing Dallas hamburger con- noisseurs 0 Now we're exporting a great thing - Twenty-one ground sirloin hamburgers and hamburger steaks that'll leave you trembling with delight - And cocktails 0 Jamie's for lunch and dinner. Open 11:30 fo 2:00- 5:30 fo 10:00 Mon. fhru Thurs. 11:30 fo 2:00- 5:30 to 12:00 Frl. 11:30 fo 12:00 Sli. 5:00 to 10:00 Sun. 402688, Hamburgers for perfectionists. 3803 SW Blvd. on the Weatherford Traffic Circle PAULSEL LUIVIBER COMPANY ' fuundrri Aoufiyue infernufi I 4503 CAMP DOW!! NVD. CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA FORT WORTH, TEXAS Kllllillllfl Fort Worth, Texas 76102 The Southvvest's lVlost Trusted and Distinguished Furriers sa Q 5,52 Vg5Q:g,.,V,V,: ,. Vi V, V,:, . Q V V ,. . V. 53. Z 1 , H 255- 535-1:s. A V Lx v.:iE,Rm?:' Q., 5'i?2?l5- 24 e 1 - Vlzfff 5:2 f . - . f i N . , ' v ' .P2y"'I ' I" 1 , ' . . f -13g5q:,Z:,: , P - - ' 3 2 P . , X' 'L , 1 'ii 928 ...., , ,W , - '-:15Er:.-." . N '- ":'3r:"l':'4f'5' ---- .' " it ii ." -'I7' gf t f ' -V ,s x . -, -.-. -. .-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-. 4-.:.. v::+:-.-:-ba: . "s'- ', , ' M :-.v:- -f 4-I-' :ii , '13s,:- "422i::s.1.i:::.f.':" iff '5i'EfS- 5 , L.. 3 'zrf F' """ 7 'ffm "" I ' 7:5255-2' I S 1 ,. 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YEARS 0F BU I lDl NG PRUGRESS BAVARIAN MOTOR WORKS IMPORT MOTORS University at West 7th St. Fort Worth, Texas 76107 336-5551 DICO THEATRICAL LIGHTING Stage Llghtlng - Landscape Lmghtlng - Stage Make-up 3813 Alamo CON GRA TULA TI ONS T0 GOA T FR OM THE A CE' OF SPA DES JIIVI IVICNIULLEN Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mason KAI-I ,pu w 00:99 r n 7' I Af-If I' 5' I wkfixiwslax. NS 136, ken 0'3" we X R 0 C N 0 X fd, G-mls C f Ba kd Nmx 1 9' VC' 3 gvs -fo- ERBST 66815 S if 431. N3 1 lf 1 Gao ob 270 K vwo Qenvr "' 14' P ilwl' w wruw Smooth! cm 4' ofa Ljyg Q, N Seniors 72 Le DJ? 5 sS0" Ham www 'ff-5 Vfz 6, ""'PA4"x WL Q ,A , X' Oulu msgs,-J ', " .I Al-Rum-4 dmoz, a dog vq of '09 --25 W, Stxkcxgso was NN12 SUNGX- N mph, '75 A J 'Hue 6' Aspen 'Uggl Iiyqgqessu' Q' SLS' X. K 'ITQJT 6 no I ig. -I F' ur A x . ,. f 4- . 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Robert D. 80, 81, 108, 125, 26 Aguilar, Amy 205 1 Aguilar, Tracy 181, 183 Aims International 254 Albers, Robert 205 Albers, Susan 181, 183 Albers, Bill 173, 250, 265 Allen, Cynthia 212 Allen, Mrs. Glenvyl 220 Altaras, Kamille 184 Anchor Printing and Lithographing Co., Inc. 265 Anderson, Cove 32, 177, 244 Anderson, Kay 189 Andrews, Adelaide 201 Andrews, Mrs. Adelaide Fuller 220 Andrews, Valerie 214 Anthony, Ben 39, 61, 84, 181 Anthony, John 214 Anthony, Mark 205 Anthony, Martha 193 Anthony, Matt 27, 201 Arnold's Jewelers-Fine Gifts 245, 248 Arnoult, Douglas 173, 250 Athey, Athey, Athey, Avery, Ave ry, Bahan Bahan, Bah an Andy 205 Angela 27, 193 Mrs. Howard E. 129 Mr. Gerald F. 18, 120 Kathleen 185 B Carolyn 193 Katy 43, 66, 73, 95, 177, 244 Mr. William C, 91 Jay 49, 155 , ...sm 11 26 Balch, Mr, Robert 24, 25, 100, 102, 103, 121, 123 Baldridge, Earl 214 Baldridge, Melissa 205 Bailey, Ann 26, 71, 98, 111, 165 Bailey, Mr. Frank, Jr. 229 The Balcony 248 Baldwin, Kathy 197 Banister, Brenda 66, 169 Banister, Mrs. Jack W. 124 ulVlonkey see, monkey dofi s . g1,d""1' fm 3 5 Www 5 Barber, Ann 181 Barber, Laura 18, 169, 252 Barbour, Bob 26, 55, 58, 93, 142 Barker, Pam 197 Bascom, Brian 205 Baskin-Robbins Ire Cream Store 229 Bass, Lee 18, 32, 49, 109, 173, 174 Baughman. John 209 Baykam, Hiilya 66, 71, 159, 216 Bearden, Chip 205 Beaupre, Brad 209 Beaupre, Brenda 205 Beggs Cattle Co. 231 Beier, Elizabeth 189 Ben Barka, Mr. blohamed Halim 22, 122, 124. Beros, Alex 44, 45, 49, 177 Beros, Christopher 53, 189 Berry, lyiike 39, 53, 181 Berry, Steve 197 Bethencourt. Carlos 70 Biddle, Geoff 32, 33, 49, 50, 169, 170, 252, 265 Biddle, Elizabeth 70, 185 Bingham, Mr. Charles, Jr. 124, 190, 191 Blair, Debbie 42, 43, 62, 64, 70, 81, 97, 169,171, 252,265 Blair, Mary 181 Blair, Matthew 29, 32, 74, 75, 76, 81, 91, 169, 252, 265 Bloch, Mr. Daniel INI. 16, 29, 84, 102, 125 Blumberg, Danny 39, 61, 185 Blumberg, Robin 197 Boardman, Clint 45, 49, 173, 250 Bond, Jane 181 Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. 253 Bond, Susie 26.62, 71,97, 169,252 Booton, Steve 55, 177, 244 Boro Industries 230 Boswell, Mr, Gordon, Sr. 241 Bowden, Angela 197, 199 Bowden, Brain 83, 173, 217, 250 Boyles, Kristi 214 The Brants Company 227 Brentlinger, Billy 209 Brentlinger, Dr. and Mrs. R. W. 221 Michael O7Neil plays frog with Indians. Carter Amon 32, 177 Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Amon G., Jr. 220, 253 Carter George 39, 53, 185 Carter, Nenetta 19, 20, 40, 42, 43, 62, 63, 79, 80, 81, 97,130, 131,144, 219, 247, 249, 265 Cates, Tina Kaye 214 Cash, Kelly 185 Cassullo, Joanne 43, 66, 79, 92, 168, 169, 252, 265 Brewster, Noel 209. 211 Jim Bridges Sporting Goods 246 Briggs, David 19, 26, 44, 45, 55, 56, 72, 91, 169, 252 Brookman, Robin 18, 70, 74, 76, 102, 103 169 Browder, Robert 209 Chambers, Chris 39, 53, 86, 181, 183 Chambers, Jennifer 189 Chambers, Kay 205 Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert YV. 221 Chambers, Susan 209 Champlin Petroleum Co. 228 Channell, Mr. Howard L, 2, 3, 32, 33, 36, Brown Angela 205 Brown. Gregory 214 Brown. Larry 201 Brown, Mr. Larry J. 120, 126, 263 Burk, Billy 39, 53, 181 Buckler, Jan 197 Buddies Super Markets 218, 240 Buice, James 193 Buice. Sharon 197, 199 Burkett, Blake 73, 214 Burnett Cattle Co, 222 Burr, Dr. Samuel Engle, Jr. 20 Burr, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Engle, Jr. 221 Butcher, Allan 197 Butler, I-Iilairy 205 Butterfield, Julia 189, 191 Butz. Bo 32, 90, 169, 252 Butz, Lee Ann 181 Byrd, Mrs. Stephen L. 41, 43, 62, 122 Byrne, Thomas S., Inc. 257 C Calvert Western Exploration Co. 224 Candler, Ken 32, 55, 95, 177, 178, 244 The Cannery 248 Cannon, Mr. Truman, Jr. 128 Capper, David 32, 33, 54, 55, 59, 93, 131, 169, 170 Capper, Kevin 39, 60, 61, 181 Capper, Dr. and Mrs, Robert S. 221 Carlin Galleries 249 Carr, Jon 197 Carr, Mrs. Peter G. 122 The Carriage House 235 121, 122, 126,176,262 Chapman, Trey 212 Chester, Wayne 39, 53, 84, 185 Chilton, Claire 181, 182, 216 Circle Knit Shop 230 Clapsaddle, Gwen 201 Claunch, Kyle 39, 61, 189 Clayton, Cris 15, 32, 73, 81, 145,265 Clayton, Gary 27, 49, 177, 178, 244 Clayton, Melanie 181 Closuit, Fred 197 Coble, Iyfiss Ann 43, 66, 122 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Ft. Worth 227 Collins, Kay 42, 43, 62, 63, 80, 81, 95, 98 147, 166, 236, 265 Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield 220 Collum, Beth 193 Collum, Kip 39, 61, 189 Collum, Michael 201 Conn, Line 39, 61, 87, 94, 189, 217 Conn, Mr. and Mrs. Line J. 221 Conner, Debbie 43, 173, 250 Container Corporation of America 256 Cook 'N Stuff 248 Cooper. Barby 181 Corbett. Brad 197, 198 Corley, Charissa 185 Corley, David 193 Corpening, Mr. A. V. Jr. 221 Corpening, Melissa 197 Cosby, Pat 182 Cotton, Vicky 20, 62, 77, 98, 162, 238 Courtney, Peter 39, 53, 189, 263 Cowan, Bill 197 Cowan, Robert 209 Cox, Lee 89, 212 Cox, Melissa 214 Cox's Dept. Stores 239 Cranz Kell 212 1 Y Crawford, Billy 205 Crenshaw, Mrs. Alton 129 Cruikshank, Bob 49, 173, 250 Cruikshank, Carol 62, 177, 244 Cruikshank, Don 197 Cruikshank, Lynn 189, 191 Cunningham, Eddie 23, 169, 236, 252 Curby, Catherine 201 Curry, Alan 193, 194 Curry, Claire 201 Cutler, Elizabeth 198 Cutler, India 27, 193 Cutter, 131, Cutter, Duke 32, 36, 49, 75, 78, 105, 134 Lydia 43, 62, 172, 173, 250 D . Dake, Debbie 201 Dake, John 193 The Dance Shop 243 Daniel Drug and Pharmacy 225 Davis, J, A, 201 Davis, Jefflyn 16, 189 Davis, Kristi 212 Day, John 209 Day, Lynn 198 de Moura Castro, Marilla 214 Dean, Craig 212 Dean, Terri 209 Dean, Webster 27, 49, 173, 250 Decker, Doug 32, 49, 50, 80, 102, 141, 238, 265 Decker, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. 220 Deen, Deborah 198 DeMent, David 39, 94, 189 DeWolfe, Liz 177, 244 Dibble, Clay 209 Dickies Work Clothes 225 Dico Theatrical Lighting 258 Dixon, Mr. Ford 83, 98, 106, 121, 131 Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. 236 Doherty, Miss Barbara 121 Dowling, Bee 177, 244 Dowling, Bobby 32, 70, 90, 170, 252 Drolet, Don 28, 49, 153 DuBose, Jim 55, 177, 244 DuBose, Suter 39, 53, 182 Duncan, Tommie 15, 209 Durham, Ginger 209 Duttweiler, Walter 209 E Edens, Cathy 182 Edwards, Mrs. Jerry A. 123 Edwards, Mr. Tim 111, 122, 206, 207 Eisner, Steve 39, 53, 182 Ekstrom, David 32, 49, 176, 178, 244 Estes, Angela 193 Estes, Trey 205 Eudaly, Karen 40, 110, 170, 252 Eudaly, Laura 27, 193 F Fabio, Graciela 70 Fairley, Miss Toni 120 Fenton, Keith 209 Ferree, Mark 39, 53, 185 Fischer, David 212 Fischer, Kenny 209, 210, 211 Fish ,N Chips Round Table Inn 238 Fisher, Kim 89, 212 Figzmglliam, Tom 15, 32, 49, 91, 103, 173, 1 Forsyth, Miss Emily Ann 19, 84, 120, 125, 191, 265 Fort Worth Drug and Notion Co. 226 Fortson, Ben 14, 39, 61, 189 Fortson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. 220 Fortson, Karen 189 Fortson, Kim 22, 182 Fortson, Lisa 201 Lizabeth Lambert works hard? Foster, Mrs. James E. 124 Foster, Mr. and Mrs, John B. 220 Foster, Stephanie 212 French, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M., Jr. 220 French, Tom 32, 55, 95, 178, 244 Freeman, John 22, 32, 34, 36, 49, 77, 137 Fried, Adam 173 Fried, Josh 173, 250 G Gallery In The Square, Inc. 245 Gardner, Amy 209 Gardner, Beverly 212 Gardner, Eric 210 Gardner, John 94, 214 Gardner, Laurie 210 Gardner, Mary Catherine 185 Gardner, Russell 205 Garner, James 201 Garner, Jeffrey 205 Garner, Jonathan 212 Garrett, Melissa 43, 95, 172, 173, 175, 217, 250 Garvey, Richard 28, 32, 35, 37, 48, 49, 74,131, 163,167 Gateway National Bank of Ft. Worth 227 Ghormley, Janet 14, 28, 43, 62, 63, 64, 65, 173, 250 Ghormley, Jimmy 53, 94, 190 Ghormley, Paula 173 Gilbert, Bruce 164, 265 Gilbert, Devon 214 Gilbert, Shannon 201 David Gleaton and Associates 248 Glosup, Jeff 16, 193 Goodrich, Alan 185 Goodrich, Mike 39, 53, 61, 190 Gordon, Mrs. Robert A. 127 Gordon, Trey 214 Gossett, Sarah Lee 194 Graves, Peter 21, 82, 83, 130, 146, 167, 229 Griffin, Brad 182 Griffith, Georgia 215 H Hageman, Jay 32, 49, 91, 178, 179, 244 Haltom's Jewelers 218, 233 Hamm, Tommy 23, 39, 53, 182 Hanley, Hanley, Mr. and Mrs. Fiske, Jr. 221 Tommy 26, 174, 250 Harris, Harriet 216 Harris, Sarah 43, 92, 174, 250 Harrison, Anna Melissa 185 Harrison, Christine 205 Harrison, Lexi Kay 201 Harrison, Marsha 194, 195 Hart, David 215 Hart, M r. and Mrs. Ralph C. 220 Hart, Susan 194 Haskins, Mrs. David 16, 125 Hausenfluck, Dezann 201, 203 Hausenfluck, Greg 14, 210 Havens, John 39, 53, 190 Henderson, Carl 201 Henderson, Mr. James D. 121, 125 Hendricks, Mr. and Mrs. Ed 246 Hendricks, John 17, 27, 49, 178, 244 Hendricks, Lisa 20, 26, 135 Hendricks, Prof. and Mrs. William L. 221 Henry's Jean Scene 227 Herman, Kelley 210 Herman, Marc 198 Herr, David 198 Herr, Sally 206 Hidalgo, LeRoy 32, 34, 170, 252 Higginbotham, Elizabeth 202 Hillard, Lauris 198, 199 Hillard, Reese 14, 210 The Hip Pocket 242 Hipp, Jimmy 29, 39, 52, 53, 185 Hodges, Allen 210 Hodges, Margery 212, 213 Hodges, Pam 198 Hodges, Priscilla 198 "Fetch, Ginny! ,' Hodnett, Todd 213 Hoff, Caroline 190, 191 Hoff, Stuart 39, 185 Holland, Cuy 210 Holt, Jenny 206 Horton, Cathy 202 Horton, Dwight 44, 45, 55, 178, 179, 244 Horton, Jack 61, 86, 182 Howard, lN4rs, Banks 221 Howard, Hudson, Elizabeth 190 Hudson, Frasher 202 Hudson, Randall 194 Hughes, Patricia 26, 185 Hughes, Peyton 182 Hundley, Robert 39, 53. 190 Hutson, Warren 178, 244 Hyde, Brodie 202 Hyde, Brooke 210 Hyden, Ric 198 I lmport Motors 25 7 Kristi 20. 40. 66, 67, 152. 235, 265 Innis, Jimmy 27, 194 lsbell, Mark 174, 250 lvey, John 194, 195 J Jamie's 255 Jennings, Steve 28, 32, 34, 49, 50, 78, 158, 167, 249 jerrelis coiffures 246 Jerry's Junior Shop 239 Jones, Mrs, Clara 129 Joseph, Mr. Alfred, Jr. 128 Joslin, Biff 39, 53, 181, 182 Judd, Buddy 198 Kelly, Dr. and M1's. Lee Roy J. 221 Kelly, izabert 49, 169, 170, 252, 265 Kelly, Whit 198 Kemlvle, Cheslea 43, 62. 178, 244 Kemlwle. Clark 20, 32, 48, 49, 51, 71, 157, 166, 227 Kemble, Dr. George C. 33 Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. A. J., Jr. 220 Kemp, Camille 43, 174, 217. 250 Kemp. Carla 43, 177. 178, 244 Kemp, lN4rs, Jessie 129 Kilborne, Billy 198 Kilborne, Frances 202, 203 Kilborne, Mr. William S. 17, 82, 125 Klein, lvirs. Frank L. 18. 19 Klcuscr, Larry 32, 33, 35, 37. 55, 57, 58, 78,109,148, 167, 238 Kline, Adelaide 43, 62, 64, 172, 174 Knecht, Mrs. John 18, 71, 120, 172 Knecht, Muriel 190, 191 Knecht, Myriarn 202 Kneer, Pat 39, 53. 182 Knight, Cary 39, 53, 186 Kocppe, Mrs. David 14, 123 Kolba, Carter 206 Kolba. Elissa 213 McBride, Mike 53, 183, 216 McCain, Clif 206 1VIcCain, Karen 191 McClung, John 45, 81, 110, 170,252,265 McClure, Mrs. Wfayne H. 121, 129 McDonough, Becky 206 McDonough, Cassandra 178, 244 McCown, John 205, 206 McCown, Quentin 45, 174, 250 McCrew, Gwen 186 McCrew, Mimi 191 McKay, Alden 194 McKay, John 213 lN4cKay, Lauri 202 McKenzie, Karen 27, 194, 195 McKenzie. Ken 53. 191 McKinney, Mr. William L. 108, 124, 126 McMackin, Mr. and Mrs. John W, 220 McMackin, Trish 213 McMahon, Eve 63. 64, 74, 75, 79, 82, 130, 138, 167 Jim Mclviullcn Agency 258 McMullen, Ora Beth 62, 65, 174, 250 Meek, Karen 210, 211 Meeker, Alan 209, 210 Meeker. Charley 178 Kolba, Todd 202, 203 Koslow's Exclusive Furriers 257 Krakower, Daniel 53, 186 Kurk, Miss Susan E, 221 L Lages, Mrs. Norton R. 24, 25, 123 Lambert, Hayley 201, 202 Lambert, Lizabeth 43, 172, 174, 250, 261 Lambert. Vance 194 Lamensdorf, Jerry 198 lkieeker, Dan 206 Meeker. Wade 39, 53, 186, 187 Meisel Photochrome Corporation Melch, Jeff 206 Melch Michelle 210 Miles,iAlice 206 Miles, Missy 199 Miller, Mrs. Alex J. 88 Miller, Jill 86, 186 Miller, Ken 39, 61, 86, 186 Miller. Kirk 199 Miller. Laura 189, 191 K Kane, Karl 53, 190 Keil, Byron 29, 39, 61, 84, 185, 186 Kelly, Allan 49, 170, 252, 265 Kelly, Cindy 43, 177, 178, 244 Kelly, Craig 202 Kelly, Dee 39, 61, 72, 190 Kelly, Joan 202 GULPII! Lamensd Landers, Landers. Laughlin orf, Marilyn 215 Lisa 198 Scott 39, 61, 190, 217 .Cary 27, 45, 66, 174, 175, 250, 264 Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Gary B. 220 Laughlin .Robin 22. 42, 43. 62, 63. 65, so, 99.130, 140, 218, 227, 247, '265 Leatherb urv. Tom 49, 74, 75, 82, 168, 170, 171. 252 Lionis Eye Boutique 248 Lipscomb. Adrienne 202 Lipscomb, Cue 213 Lipscomb, Dr. and Mrs. Cuvier and Cindy 220 Lipscomb, Mike 210 Li scomb Dr. and Mrs. Tom A. 221 p , . Long, Rudd 39, 53, 86, 182 Lowe, Megan 209, 210 Lundelius, Charles 26, 83, 174, 250 Lydick, Drew 205, 206 M Mabcrry, Janet 15, 190 Maberry. Mark 39, 53, 182 Mack, Kathey 194 Mack, Lisa 202 Maddocks, Mr. Thomas W. 23, 124 Maddox, Ross 39, 61, 190 Malkan, Hope 182 Malkan, lvfatthew 83, 170, 252 Mallick, Angela 190 Mallick, Chris 15, 190 Mallick, Michael 202 Mallick, Michelle 104, 205, 206 Mallick, Stephen 94, 215 Marks, Mr. and Mrs, Carl W. 221 Marks, Craig 39, 87, 190 Martin, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Reid, Jr. 220 Martin, Holly 197, 198 Martin, Reid 32, 37, 54, 55, 59, 174 Martin, Russ 39, 60, 61, 87, 182 Martin, Sprocket and Gear, Inc. 226 Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 258 Mathis, Mark, 215 Mattiza, Wyatt 39, 53, 182 Mama, Mrs. R. w., Jr. 121, 125, 189 McAden, Bret 16, 20, 194 McBride, Dr. and Mrs. James O. 221 McBride, Mary Ann 15, 42, 43, 66, 67, 104, 174, 250 Leslie Miller, inc, 251 Miller, Scott 199 Milner. Jack 210 Milner, Joey 202 Minton-Corley 247 Minton, Marianne 77, 143, 238 Minton, Martha 217 Miteff, Melissa 206 Miteff, Mr, and Mrs. Meto 220 Mobley Riclglea Drug 230 Morgan. Jean 42, 43. 66, 174, 250 Morgan, Susan 43, 66, 72, 97. 168, 170, 252, 265 Morris. Bill 20, 194 Morris. Peter 32, 178, 244 Moths-ral, Bill 210 Murdock, Mr. Jack B, 77, 124, 127, 130 Murdock. Kevin 215 Munn, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. 221 Munn, Charlotte 29, 43, 62, 70, 81, 170, 252, 265 Munn, Mr. Frank C. 265 Murray, William 49, 178, 244 Murrell, Melinda 210 N Naham, Louis 39, 53, 183 Neal, Dr. and Mrs. Albert H. 221 Neal, Leslie 194 Nelson, Jan 199 Nelson, Tom 211 Newberry, Beth 183 Newberry, Huck 39, 61, 185, 186 Nolan, Bill 19, 32, 55, 178, 244 Noon, Mr. Barry R. 28, 32, 36, 122, 124 Norris, Nancy 26, 62, 80, 95, 154, 249, 26 Norris, Mrs. Philip A, 220 Nowlin, Billy 211 Nowlin, Brad 39, 61, 86, 182, 183 Nowlin, Jay 203 Nowlin, Scott 39, 53, 72, 191 Nowlin, Wade 194 O O'Brien, Stephanie 191 Olcott, Mike 39, 53, 72, 186 Olcott, Susan 15, 191 Olin, Carla 43, 62, 179, 244 Olin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. 221 5 'W'--1 Olin, Judy 186 Olin, Tori 22, 26, 77, 80, 81, 131, 160, 221, 265 O'Neil, Michael 213, 260 The Original Mexican Restaurant 246 Ornellas, Carlos 216 P Pangburn Company, Inc. 234 Pappagallo 224 Parker, Cynthia 211 Parker, David 39, 53, 186 Parker, Julie 194 Passeur, Anthony 206 Patton, Bill 20, 44, 45, 49, 50, 93, 97, 98, 100, 102, 139 Paulsel Lumber Company 256 Paulsel, Phyllis 181, 183 Paulsel, Scott 206 Payne, Andrea 206 Payne, Chip 75, 93, 170, 252 Payne, Naomi 191 Payne, Richard 213 Pease, Kim 20, 26, 43, 81, 170, 236 Penn, Margaret 179, 244 Penn, Onah 175, 250 Perry, Merry 66, 95, 100, 103, 175, 216 Petruccelli, David 207 Phillips, Michelle 211 Plankey, Trey 203 Poole, Rosemary 26, 43, 82, 131, 136, 229 John Poppell Olds and Toyota 239 Preston, Mrs. Loyce 125 Provine Studios 265 Pulliam, Mark 213 Purvis, Lisanne 14, 43, 62, 64, 92, 175, 250 Purvis, Tom 39, 53, 186 Puryis, Mr, and Mrs. Tom E. 221 R Rattikin, Jeff 207 Rauscher Pierce Securities Corporation 254 Red Carpet Carwash 239 Reid, Mrs. Richard D. 127 Reilly, Cyndi 26, 62, 65, 74, 75, 131, 133, 167 Reynolds, John 27, 203 Ridglea State Bank 219, 233 Rimmer, Renee 207 Robbins, Martin 203 Robinson, Miss B. Anne 17, 122, 125 Rogers, Phil 32, 175, 250 Rosaeker, Col. Ralph "Cn 32, 36, 38, 39, 49, 51, 72, 78, 122 Ross, Nancy 170, 252 Rothberg, Adam 212, 213 Rothberg, Amy 211 Rowan, Kelly 43, 179, 241- Rowan. Leigh 199 Rowlands Record Shop 235 Runyon, Beth 191 Runyon, Billy 199 Runyon, John 73, 215 Rutland, Christie 66, 179 Ryan, Julia 194 Ryan, Kelly 39, 53, 183 Ryan, Mortgage Co. 241 Ryan, Rachel 215 Thomas M. Ryan and Co. 236 Ryan, Win 39, 53, 186 S Sampson, Clayton 203 Sams, Andrew 207 Sanders, Elissa 43, 66. 175, 250 Sanders, Cinny 72, 170, 236, 252, 261 Sanders, John 39, 53, 186 Sankary, Dr. and lylrs. Edward M. 221 Sankary, Lisa 199 Sankary, Michael 215 Sankary, Susan 207 Saperstein, Andrea 194 Saperstein, George 191 Saperstein, Stephen 19, 26, 83, 172, 175, 250, 265 Saunder's Boutique Internationale 256 Schenecker, Edmund 194 Schenecker, Mrs, Edmund M. 123 Schenecker. Parker 199 Schneider, Bernet. and Hickman, lne. 243 Schreier, Holly 203 Schutts, Mary 40, 43, 62, 63, 176, 179, 244 Schwartz. Mr. Peter A. 98, 126, 130 Schwartz, Mrs. Peter A. 129 Scoggins, John 203 Scoggins, Kelly 211 Scroggie. Barbara 14, 211 Sealy, Dick 73. 171, 252 Settle, Alan 195 Settle, Janice 26, 186 Settle, lVlr. and Mrs. R. Daniel 221 Seymour, Mr, and Mrs. A. T., Ill 221 Seymour's Photo Supply 265 Seymour, Shelly 26, 187 Shaffer lnternational 235 Shaffer, Tracy 193, 195 Shelton, Carolyn 209, 211 Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard 220 Shelton, Stacey 14, 211 Sherwood, Susan 216 Shields, Mark 32, 175, 250 Mr. Webb and Peter Courtney cha-cha. Shields, Tommy 100, 101 Shoemate, Lee 195 Siegel, Aaron 53, 86, 187 Siegel, John 52 Siegel, Mrs. Martin D. 15, 76, 123, 265 Silver Needle Shop 248 Simon, Robert 207 Susan Sivall's Poem 223 Slayton, Barbara 66, 80, 81, 131, 151, 265 Slayton, Cindy 183 Slayton, Creg 39, 53, 191 Slayton, Mrs. L. N. 123 Sloan, Karen 195 Smallwood, Capt, Roy C. 22, 39, 44, 53, 87, 122, 124 Smith, Nancy 207 Cene Smyers Insurance 253 Snodgrass, Cathy 179, 244 Snowdon, Mrs. Harold H. 72, 128 Snyder, Jennifer 211 Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. John C. 221 Snyder, Jon 39, 61, 191 Snyder, Todd 199 c'Gee, I thought the war was overli' Mr. Brown and Mr. Williams try to come up with an explanation. if ' .5 ,,.....,....- ..,a,,,,,H.f.... wt A se -, . - 1 4 .K , I X I in ..- l 1 X We Cary lilew ill Southwest National Bank of Fort Wlorth 2-1-9 Springer, Chris 215 Springer, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. 221 Stanley, Bill 16, 53, 00, 103 Stanley, John 14, 49, 175, 250 Stansbery, lwlr. Wlill 21, 32, 36, 39, 55, 57, 61, 121, 122 V Steed, Diek 1.1, 211 Steed, Lynne 186, 187 Steed, Susan- 189, 191 Stephen, Mr. lkiirhael 29, 92, 110, 124, 168, 265 Stevens, Greg 211 Stevenson, Amy 187 Stevenson, Frank 55, 168, 171, 252 Stevenson, Mr, and Mrs. John M. 220 Stevenson, Sarah 199 Steves, Sarah 207 Steves, Stephanie 187 Steves, Sterling 199 Stinnett, John- 207 Stinnett, Travis 14, 211 Stinson, lylr. Dirk 26, 27, 32. 39. 61 Stouffer, Dr. and Mrs, James 221 Stouffer. Jimmy 55, 100. 171 Stouffer, Klary -13, 62, 63, 95, 175, 250 Stovall Chevrolet Co. 220 Stovall, Shawn 203 Strozeski, Mr. lyfiehael YV. 124 Stump, Karl 39. 61, 187 Stump, hflargaret 171 Stump. lN4iehelle 131. 156 Sullenberger, Brooeks 27. 195 Summers, Seott 32, 49, 50, 130, 150, 167, 235 Summers. Dr. and fvfrs, YV. lNI. 221 Sumner, Naney 207 Sweeney, Anita 43, 73, 179, 244 Sweeney, Erin 22, 187 Today's Paper 248 Todd, Molly 17, 20, 40, 43, 64, 171, 252 Town and Country Village Shoping Center 232 Toy Chest 2-1-5 Trew, Philip 207 Trew, Mr. and lNIrs. Philip H. 221 Tueker, Vanee 199 Turner, Kenneth 195 Turner, NVQ-ldon 15, 32, 33, 55, 57, 175 U Universal Bookbinding 265 University State Bank 223 V VanBuskirk, Nfrs. James 125 W Wagner, Bryan 195 Wlagner, Mrs. Donn ll. 129 Wagner, "Sissy" 203 Wlalker, Claire 203 Wlalker, Jimmy 39, 183 Wallace Wfallaee. v John 45, 49, 80, 109, 171, 252, Dr, and lvlrs. John Lee, Jr, 220 Walsh, Pat 39, 191 1Valsh, Colonel and Mrs. Robert L. 220 Leon WValters Photography 239, 265 Ward. Cathey 18, 171 Ward, D r. and Mrs. Drue S. 220 Wlard, Laura 21, 199 Ward, Mimi 43, 62, 72, 179, 244 Wlare, Neel 32. 179, 244 Wlebb, lX4rs. Billy G, 121, 201, 203 wt-1111, Mr. eiays V. 24, 05, 07, 123, 263 Wfebb, Dwight 195 WV:-bb, Karen 66, 91, 92. 169, 171, 173, 252 Wlebb, Kerry 43, 175. 250, 265 Wlebb, Simone 27. 195 Wlebb, Vietoria 211 YVebster, Leslie 205, 207 Sweeney, Pat 193, 195 Sweeney. lX1rs. Robert 104 Sweeney. Shannon 40, 43, 66, 67, 172, 3 17 17, 5 T WVebster, Lon 203 YVQ-luster, Tammy 183 Wleirhsel, Linda 131, 149 YVentworth, Tim 49. 179 NVQ-st Side State Bank 229 WVestCliff Camera Shop 265 Taro Bell 228 Tarride, Carolyn 186, 187 Tarride, Diana 183 Tarride, 11111-hole 113, 66, 67. 81, 175, 250 Tatum, Dan 203 Tatum, Leslie 18, 42, 43, 62, 63, 64, 70, 72, 79, 81, 168, 171, 230, 265 Tatum, Seott 39, 52, 53, 183 Tatum, Steve 32. 33, 48, 49, 74, 75, 103, 131 167 130, . , Taylor, Ann 43, 62, 179, 244 Taylor, Rieh 14, 93, 132 Taylor, Ty 212, 213 Taylor's Rental Equipment Co. 243 Carolyn Teague Playsehool 224 Team, Lisa 108, 187 Texas Eleetrir Service Co. 232 Texas Garment and Linen Service 237 Texas Refinery Corp. 219, 242 Thomas, Stuart 203 Thompson, Dick 32, 45, 55. 57, 59, 101, 102, 171 Thompson, Mrs. Fred D. 104 Thompson, John 195 Thompson, Kelly 39, 61, 86, 187 Thompson, lWargaret -13, 62, 63, 65, 79. 172, 175, 250 Thompson, Melissa 207 Thompson,s YVorld Travel Service 231 Thornton, Cheryl 17, 19, 23, 42, 43, 62, 63, 171, 236, 252 Thrifty Cleaners 242 Tilley, Cwen 42. 43, 62, 64, 65, 70, 171, 252, 265 Tilley, Ann -'l-0, 43, 62, 72, 179, 244 Tilley, Joe 202, 203 Tilley, Marisa 213 Tobin's Pet Shops 225 Western, Amy 21, 199 XV1-stern, Angela 195 XV:-stern. Burnie 53, 217 Whipple, Peter 39, 61, 187 W'hitson, Naney 203 VVhitson, Robin 49, 76, 217 Wiek and Wax 248 XVilkin.,1ohn 39. 53, 86, 187 Wlilkin. Laura 195 XVilliams. Elizabeth 187 Wlilliams, Mr. Hubert T, 106, 128, 263 Marshall 207 X'Vil1iams, Wlilliams, Lisa 64, 175, 250 1Villiams, lX4r. Thomas A. 32. 36, 127 Wlilliams, Tim 39. 53, 191 XVilliamson. Alex 215 Wfilliamson. Annette 86, 186, 187 Williamson, Donovan 205, 207 Mr. and Mrs. J. Don 220 Wililamson, Wlilliamson, Kim 62, 179, 244 XVilson, Tad 195 Wlitt, Barry 199 Wloodard, Mrs. Douglas 129 YVoodSOn, Doug 20, 195 Woodson, Mr, and Mrs. S. P., HI 221 Wynne, lN4iteh 39, 61, 183 Y The Yellow Daisy 229 Young, Ceorge 39, 53, 72, 187 Young, Kelly 62, 174, 179, 244 Young, Shannon 199 Young, Sherman 195 Z Zay, Tim 39, 53, 187 Zay, Tom 179, 244 Zinkel, Fred 39, 60, 61, 87, 183 0 'V' j xr, H ,N , ' f , f' s-'-" J -- ,K H V H aw, Tori Olin, Editor in Chief EDITORIAL STAFF ACADEMICS Tori Olin, Editor Geoff Biddle fFall onlyj Matthew Blair Nenetta Carter tSpring onlyj ,loanne Cassullo fFall onlyj Kay Collins fSpring onlyj Kristi Howard fSpring onlyj Susan Morgan Gwen Tilley tSpring onlyj ATHLETICS Kay Collins, Editor Geoff Biddle fFall only, Doug Decker fSpring onlyj Leslie Tatum Kerry Webb fSpring onlyj STUDENT LIFE Charlotte Munn, Editor Matthew Blair Leslie Tatum MEANWHILE Bill Albers Stephen Saperstein PEOPLE Debbie Blair, Editor Joanne Cassullo fFall onlyj Cris Clayton Kay Collins 2. ff-gf ui 1- O Credits Kristi Howard tSpring onlyj Robin Laughlin fSpring onlyj john McGlung fSpring onlyj Charlotte Munn Nancy Norris fSpring onlyj Tori Olin fSpring onlyj Stephen Saperstein QSpring onlyj Barbara Slayton tSpring onlyj Leslie Tatum QSpring onlyj Kerry Webb fSpring onlyj IN DEX Barbara Slayton COVER DESIGN Cris Clayton Robin Laughlin ENDSHEETS PHOTOGRAPH Bruce Gilbert TITLE PAGE DESIGN Barbara Slayton PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Cris Clayton, Head Doug Decker Allan Kelly fFall onlyj Robert Kelly fFall onlyj Robin Laughlin John McClung at Charlotte Munn fSpring onlyj Tori Olin tFall onlyj ,lohn Wallace BUSINESS STAFF Nancy Norris, Business Manager Robin Laughlin, Advertising Director Nenetta Carter, Patrons Mr. Robert D. 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