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

 - Class of 1973

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Art and Man . . . trip to the State Fair to see the New Dimensions exhibit . . . glass forming and melting . . . tie die and batik . . . bottle projects . . . clay pottery and sculpture . . . helping Mr. Balch and the Glee Club with sets . . . art work displayed in the cafeteria . . . etching . . . profile collages . . . trusty paint boxes . . . "Ladies and gentlemen, only ten more minutes, so start cleaning up." . . . Christmas cards that were never sent . . . three-D work . . . Nes Brand Graphic Press . . . "I wish pictures" . . . potato and block printing . . . program covers . . . Christmas plates again . . . paint, paint, sketch, paint . . . clay pots and figures . . . fourth B and fifth grades dyed . . . museum visit in the spring. . . illustrated chapters for the cookbook . . . David Kahn from T.C.U. .. .44 Phi' "Try itg you'll like it!" Brad Beaupre tries art and likes it. Right: Carolyn Bahan sits for a Mrs. Smith profile. 12 Lydia Cutter and Carla Olin artistically recycle old bottles Laurie Gardner paints it like it is. Kathey Mack and Simone Webb clip for collages. In f bfrn , ,,rj'f,N n .f ,VN-f' Webster Dean tries his hand at photographic silk-screening. English Vocab . . . The Art of Loving . . . papers all the time . . . "But, Mr. Kil- borne, it's freezing in here!" . . . "Now I know why they call it the The- ater of the Absurdlv . . . GuZliver's Travels . . . 6'I'll start my theme later." . . . "Jesu . . . Winnie the Pooh . . . vocab . . . "I lost my book -- againlv . . . "Come on, come on, come on!,' . . . "George ,... " . . . Huck Finn . . . I'Tch, tchf' . . . "I think I liked that book." . . . "This poem is so opaquef' . vocab . . . The Yearling . . . "That short story was weird." . . . My Spelling List . . . "Correct your themes." . . . cliagramming sentences . . . The Grapes of Wrath . . . "Put your whole mind into it. Think!" . . . "Speak up.', . . . energetic discussions . . . vocab. "Why can't we get KFJZ any- more?" Julie Parker and Mrs. Carmichael don't understand what has gone wrong with their headphones. at V NAM i--as -4. Q -me---45 ,fm i... Left: Debbie Blair hesitates as Mr. Kilborne says, "You thought that was easy?" Right: Mr. Kilborne translates his scribbles for Susan Morgan. i .D f X F Fx I X Ai X I .f i . I .aa 5 pppp ,p. y .6 2 J - if Laura we A W' ,,., - i Mrs. Slayton's Fourth Grade puts The Falcon Fledgling together. T?-M-Q, , I UNO, Robert, a sycophant is not a crazy, mixed-up ghost." Robert Bond and Willy Murray prepare for a Ware" vocabulary test. '15 ,.---vwnm 3 f - .. , Mr. Bloch dcbriefs Melissa Corpening and Lisa Landers on their latest English story. Susan Steed and Mrs. Brown discuss a classical tragedy. ' F Bueno Dias Aida comes to help . . . UIt's time for Espanol!" "Repitan, por favor? . . . the four in Spanish Four . . . ". . . en el Libro de Ejerciciosf' . . . dialogues, dialogues and more dialogues . . . "Para manana . . . . . .H . . . reports on Spanish Con- quistadores . . . "How come it's subjunctive?" . . . cookout at the McKay,s ranch . . . 'fCan I say it in English? . . . Mrs. Klein works with Adrienne Lipscomb and Myriam Knecht on the S panish workboard. "This isn't coffee!" Brian Bowden and Karen Webb express their Camille Kemp, Allan Kelly, David Briggs, and Robert Kelly take notes on a Spanish author ir preparation for the Advanced Placement Examination. Aida Purtscher teaches Randall Hudson a Spanish dance. dismay while Stephen Saperstein watches Aida Purtscher pour L'mate", a drink from Uruguay. 16 , ... How did he do that?', Wade Meeker and David Parker watch eorge Carter operate the projector, one of the visual aids in rench. s .yr YW aff i vt. ,1 Bonjour. "lt,s time to play 'Stump the Classllw . . . Spanish accents in French . . . "That'll be a dime, pleasef' . . . "Why did you use ice que, instead of 'que,?" . . . '4But, Mr. Avery, you said that the attention span on listening to tapes was fifteen minutes and it's alread been twent !', . . . fifth j Y I Y grade girls learn the art of French cooking . . . 'elf you take any longer on this quiz, ir'1l have to be counted as a major exam." Vance Tucker, Mrs. Klein, and Melissa Corpening read French comic strips. "But it was crawling up my desk like this!" Cindy Kelly tries to explain to V- fi ' "WS ., 'Q Y 3 vi . jf W, .gy Q- E 'ff' we ' e s fa r 'Sf x 'Y as A ,V 'Q M Q s f "' 5. 4 Mr. Avery Why she just A 'B flunked her test. Like lt Was 77 "What's up, Doc? . . . "Turn in your A.P. button, Charlottef' . . . portly Doctor Dixon . . . "No, Web- ster, that is 'women's suffragei, not 'women suffer age'!', . . . concepts and values . . . stress cause and effect . . . resident historian at Harvard on the High- way . . . "Did you say SUFFOLK Resolve?" . . . the Presidents . . . "Bathsheba!" . . . The Free and the Brave . . . "Treacherous" Sam Adams . . . more essay tests? . . . NOK, children, put down your pencils. It's story time." . . . dirty men in Austin . . . map study skills . . . field trips to San Antonio . . . details, L details, and more details . . . 4'We'll never get these ,L courts settledlu . . . HLet,s go live with the little red devilsfi . . . reading, reading, and more reading. Mr. Stansbery helps Claire Chilton with European History. Dr. Dixon and his American History students go over test questions. w e L A W if 5 1. ,ff ' t "+L ,,j.,e- .Q N "T" ,f fvjgig 5. 4' f1+f'f,-. 1' ,Q G, F 'fwvif 'W ii . 7' A - t"r."+-'22 W .-."""' '- s Q X x,,,ik 5 . K ff ,....1 . .--f . I.. H asf . en-n "' ' " mg we - ct Q gy ',,,,.,,.,..- .b , . ,rw ... .4 Mxsx, If-" S, S Y' wx, - it In-H! ,E+ fix , V C QL- J: . fn I 'hW':Q.,'al'."fk.Q fix' ... . . M Q- LM. :gg-517' 'Eff' A -214 ' Bm- . xii' 2... A 4 Man f TE' QQ, -no ffnqnfk 3-5 Haw" ' ','!!, J 5 A 4. A Pj .Y 5 -V 5,zf.fgjff-is -f... .,-1.-, an ff- -fri 1 S -SAL. 1 'V -. xv,,.u .X f A tiff ' '.-Z"i.,g1:" 97-'5.,?.l ., My r vlichelle Miteff helps Elizebeth Hudson locate Charleston, South Carolina, on a map of the U.S. X V f 7 X K J 93153 ,owcr School student, Brian Bascom, looks over the world in the ouncl. Bible History students, jimmy Stouffer and David Capper, act out "The Sacrifice of Isaacf' I M - - - O c'Okay, now that we've got all that good stuff. . ." . . . take-home tests . . . new teletype . . . "But I don't under- standf, . . . "'Kay" . . . Mr. Havens comes hack . . . copying notes off the board . . . spending study halls on the computer . . . "ML McKinney, would you explain that again!" . . . Mainstream OfAlclfllC17'ltlfiCS . . . HWe had that two years ago?,' . . . "Mn Ben Barka, our second period class started ten minutes ago!" . . . '4Sconyeeeeer', . . .'4It's time for CALCULUSIH . . . Haxhw? , . . "I-lence. . ,H . . . the Riddle Board . . . "SAS, ASA, or SSS? Decisions, decisions, decisions!i' . . . Flatland . . .g'But, Mr. Brown, 1 know that 2 x 1 IZ." . . . "P,Q, R, S -how ,ek k 37 do you now which one to use? . . .antidifferentiation ,rv--W--f -lux W-"A 'A , V life enum... , H . i'ii ' 2' 7 f WWMMWW-maa7,a,,A Mr. Ben Barka talks as he Challis. Mary Schutts asks Mrs. Sconyers the never ending question, "But, why?', M25 gxfl' l a Pa W e as L 9 4 5 Q B A Ginger Durham and Greg Stevens work on the "Flash-Dial" and Charles Lundelius types out his instructions to the computer. ,po- i Q- John Stanley finds Lydia Cutter,s geometry problems amusing. pppnnnupv- - 's-4" Mr. Havens helps Beth Runyon as Angela Mallick looks on. Mrs. Webb explains the number line to a Lower School class. Singing ls For as EveryonefAlrnost C "I know music involves feeling, but keep your li hands to yourself!" . . . "What do you mean 'atti- tude and effort'? Doesnlt my talent count?" . . . - "1 said drop your jaw, not your stomachin . . . Godspell . . . HI-Iello, I'm Music!', . . . "A-ten- ' shunlw . . . ''Down-up-downy-uppy-down." . . . f "1-6--4-5-1" . . . donations for Christmas caroling . s . . "Pm not going to put my fingers in my mouth. 15 Ijust came from dissecting!" . . . Hjust capture C the spirit of the song. Don't kill it!,' . . . Charlie Brown was a winner . . . Lower School Christmas Program: "Here we Come a Wassailingn . . . "1 sniff, 2 sniff. Now, raise the roof!" . . . "Monkey , i Lustln ' ' ' MI dOn,t Care if She is Cute' boys' Au Julie Andrews, alias Mrs. Irene Kilborne, sings, "Let's start at the ver eyes on mel' beginning . . .H "You can't get it if you don't reach for it," says Mrs. Kelly McLeod to the Eighth Grade girls. HI love you truly," sings Marilyn Lamensdorf as she crosses her fingers. X The Sixth Grade responds to Mr. Webb's directing. 'lysis C... 59 "If you can't sing it rightg sing it wrong at the top of your voice!" The First Graders give it a try. "If you can't follow my beat? at least watch my feetf, says Mr. Balch as he directs the Glee Club. 23 General P. E. Works Cut Biddy Basketball . . . "Come on, all you girls, get the mats out!" . . . "Where are your clothes today?" . . . Volleyball, Gymnastics, Irish Football, Kickball, Weight Room, Relays . . . Seniors mutiny and kidnap Coach Robinson . . . HI Want to be pitcher!" . . . "We got to run!" . . . HSports is the best doctor!" . . . soccer until 4:30 . . . g'Can we go home now, Miss Robinson 1- it's almost 3:15?', . . . folk dancing with Mrs. Twining and the tape player . . . Middle School girls play Hockey, Basketball, and Speedball . . , "My Senior year, and I'm finally in General P.E.!" Lynne Steed watches her friends have a go at speedball. Mark Isbell and Adam Fried wait forjens Klokhoj to kick off. Jim DuBose makes a lay-up while Cove Anderson, Coach Stinsor and Coach Stansbery look on. Lower School girls practice basketball. 77 W, W, '14, ' H ' sf Q, ., lg 'EL 'V -rv-1 -..g4'1.Y 52 , we 1 l 5 Upper School girls try to get higher. ...f- N i ..... ,Anthony Passeur, Carl ' Biddy Basketball. of Henderson, and Robert Albers practice e - Eel W .NNMWW .Nina isfffaaagg...-S -Jft""'f' Robert Albers, Carl Henderson, and Anthony Passeur practiee Biddy Basketball. Q Mad Scientists The one and only perfectly spotless Chemistry Laboratory . . . UWhat do you ' mean you donit scrub dishes in Sweden?" . . . Slaughter House Five in Bio. Il . . . HThat's really radical." . . . 'CI-low many it rats today, Eudaly?" . . . Roger Caras with elk and bears . . . 3,479 pieces of broken glassware . . . "What do you mean, you g used procedure A-7 for experiment B-Z?" t . . . alces alces horribilus . . . "Why, that's not beer, you dummy. Itis agar!" . . . rap sessions with Dibner . . . "No guts in the i sink, you eighth graders!" . . . "Now, how l are Wi gomg to ,Flake 9' batter out of a "And Ijump your Kingf' John Wallace and friend have many uses for their bacteria jalapeno pepper? Cultures, :ie at Es A 5 "What are you doing here?', Walter Dutfweilef feels that the Ronnie Horne is blinded by the brilliance of his own experiment. Lower School science corners axe for Lower Schoolers only. is gy mem 4 f S 6,5 ve? M' funn. 1 vvfgxi fm. '98 up S ag? .J ! THE MINI-TERM: Some Went to Washington Jens atop the Washington Monument . . . we walked . . . Hotel Harrington . . . and walked . . . Rain at Mr. Vernon . . . La Nicoise . . . Williamsburg in four hours . . . "Emma" . . . The Last ofMrs. Lincoln . . . and walked. . . class picture at the Lincoln Memorial . . . fried bananas . . . sore feet . . . six o'clock Wake-up . . . Piedmont Airlines . . . dinner at the Army-Navy Club . . . early tour of the White House . . . c'Exquisite!" . . . bed bugs . . . "Sailor Tom" . . . Godspell . . . roaches . . . Confederate White House . . . red scare in the F.B.I .... sleeping through the State Department briefing . . . "My feet are killing me!" Mark Isbell, Jean Morgan, Ulf Rosenqvist, Debbie Conner, and Margaret Thompson pause in the amphitheater of Arlington National Cementary. We 6-eww-inet" "-- uvzl Z.,. ::A tvv. ...lg .,., , . .,Q,. Z , M l 25 John Stanley, Camille Kemp, Jean Morgan, and Melissa Garret await the arrival of their luggage. as 5 i Q "Is there room for me?" Robin Whitson asks Ruthie Newberry, Mr. Balch, and Jean Morgan. 3 IJ at it tc 2 -L , Some Went to Big Bend Crunchy Granola . . . "Who's going to clean the pans?" . . . cactus. . . "lim freezing!" . . . ium milk . . . 'TH o the hard wa .H . PY 5 Y gravy . . . "I canit make it." . . .rest stop. . . rafts . . . "You're not scared, are you?" . . . trail boss hash . . . back-packing . . . "I've never put my life on the line like this before!" . . . "My hands are frozen!" . . . "Where is the t f paper?" . . . splash fights . . . "Mrs. Byrd, 'Are they cooked yet?" Peyton Hughes and Mitch Wynne dry their shoes by the Plgase help me ue thlgy, ' ' ' HPVC never done ire, this before." . . . "I think we're lost!" 'V !'t' ' I is at '. 3 W M i af iivii W 'ii si-f s I as W Q38 3 fr yryg , r W Q Q - , L3 mf?" E 45 ,,,i.,fx,""3 t. iff. ev. ' l s I W ' ...- - - -WF' V ' y i f , 5 ",- f wage 1 W - 2 'is uf 2 C' fm? wk Vu. Mfr X f 1 YQ wawm X tt,, J , . L f , 5,149--has-,4,,:5y,g I lBrad Nowlin and Wyatt Mattiza hike the easy Way. Mitch Wynne, Kelly Ryan, and Mr. Strozeski pack for a day on the trail. And Some Stayed Here "Do we have to come to school?" . . . Kimbell Art Museum . . . Clinical Psychology with Mr. Dibner . . . bus trip to Denton, but no exhibit at NTSU . . . Mr. Avery and the Big Mac . . . David Kahn and silkscreening . . . "quickie" critques . . . macrame at the Museum of Science and History . . . 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"What's football?" i'Ulf, you must be kidding!H . . . '4What in the dirt?" . . . "Push the sled up the hillf, . . . HHow can wc practice? Itis still dark!" . . . imported players from Mans- field, Everman, Western Hills, and Sweden . . . 6'Where's your pride?,' . . . no injuries, almost . . . Thompson and Horne, Star Telegram g'Players of the Weeku . . . Capper, Dallas Times Herald f'Prep School Player of the Weeki' and Dallas Morning News 4'Defensive and Offensive Player of the Weelci' nomination . . . Second in TISC. CDS 1972-3 VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD CDS ..., 55 Trinity Christian . . CDS .... 10 Wichita Collegiate . CDS .... 16 Holland Hall . . . . CDS ...., 24 Cistercian Prep . . CDS .... 16 Trinity Valley . . . CDS . . . .8 Greenhill . . . . CDS . . . .8 Dallas Christian . CDS ..... 8 Casady ...... . CDS CDS St. Mark's ..... . . Ft. Worth Christian . . ....34 "Ah, so!', "That was my finger, Ulf!" Kelly Ryan suffers the consequences o being Ulf Rosenqvist's ball holder. ram "Have you heard the one about . . .,' David Capper entertains th team in the huddle. T me 972 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Frank Stevenson, Lee Bass, David Capper, Peter Morris. Ronnie Horne. Second Row: Pick Thompson, Ulf Rosenqvist, Matthew Blair, Ken Davis, Jimmy Stouffer, Robert Bond. Third Row: Robin Whitson, Bo Butz, Rodney 'reeman, Tom French, Bill Nolan, Tom Hanley, Fourth Row: Dale O'Neal. Biff-Ioslin, Ben Anthony, jack Horton. Jay Hageman. Cove -inderson, Chris Chambers. Fifth Row: Bob Brentlinger, Dan Foster. Mark Maberry, Pat Knecr. Kevin Capper. Mitch Wynne. Bruce eilepp, Louis Naham. Sixth Row: Scott Tatum, Brad Nowlin, Dwight Horton, Neel Ware, Kelly Ryan. Back Row: Col. Rosaclier, Coach ,hannell, Coach Stinson, Coach Stansbery, Coach Flettrich. fri ' Af 1 4 s, W 5. fa.-.M xfm' B ' Q ,,,, tawaaayymiuwym. .,,,,,, 19 ilnt:..,.,,.,.....,.., , "Yeech, the Gatorade went i sour!" Neel Ware disposes of ' 1 muon' the rotten refreshment. ,aw 4 'gReally, Louis, we should stop meeting like this!" Dick Thompson and Louis Naham The Falcon defense lines up against Cistercian. Warm UP. "Round your partner, dos-i-doe!" Mark Maberry and the punting Kelly Ryan blocks around the end for Ken Davis. team take over. "Peter, . . . you're pregnant." Coach Channell and Colonel Rosack examine an injured Peter Morris. ,, A li 'Eff 5 5 i T 1 'fi' L i ,l 6 5 f fr fl 1 f Ronnie Horne squirms for extra yardage 'Ill 74 'fi "' -N 1 . ri , f 2411, V. Vfhe Falcon defense tromps a Trojan. "Here, ref. . . catch!" David Capper takes aim. W N av-M, my MX """"""0vQv' , v i 'This game's so slow, I can feel my beard growing!" says Coach Flettrich. . .F. B., Znd in TISC '4Run!" . . . Big Byron . . . K.T. late again . . . Stinson tape jobs . . .HRun!',. . . Baker's Beauts . . . Glass jaw . . . '4That's a bunch of bunkla' . . . "Suck it up." . . . Ujeez, no soap." . . , "Rumi, . . . Board Hands Parker . . . no towels. . . "Ruin" CDS 1972-3 MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL RECORD ' ? ' 1 5 ' CDS ..... 19 Trinity Christian . . . . .0 CDS ..... 50 McLean ..... . . . 6 CDS ..... 14 St. Andrews . . . . .0 CDS ...... 6 Cistercian . . . . . 24 CDS ..... 31 Trinity Valley . . . . . O CDS ..... 29 Greenhill . . . . . . 8 CDS ..... 20 Dallas Christian . . . 14 CDS ..... 36 St. Maria Gorctti . . . 14 CDS ..... 16 St. Markis .,.. . . 29 CDS . . . . 20 Ft. Worth Christian . . . 6 Col. Rosacker gives some last minute instructions. ,nf , W ii 3 S a H: .1 rf 2 I fi 5 21 1972 MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Randall Hudson, John Ivey, Lee Shoemate, Pat Walsh, Bret McAden, Dwigh Webb. Second Row: Gary Knight, Peter Whipple, Kelly Thompson, Mike Olcott, George Carter, Byron Keil, Wayne Chester, Jay Whitsor George Young, jimmy Hipp, Kenny Miller, David Parker, Huck Newberry. Third Row: Mike Goodrich, Scott Nowlin, Tim Williams, Kyl Claunch, Craig Marks, Will Callaway, Win Ryan, Tom Purvis, Ross Maddox, Robert Hundley, Kip Collum, David Olson, David Hetricl- Fourth Row: jimmy Innis, Steve Hetrick, jay Herd, Peter Courtney, Greg Slayton, Scott Landers,Jon Snyder, Line Conn, Chris Mallicl Burnie Western, George Saperstein, Alan Settle, Mark Ferree. Fifth Row: john Thompson, Wade Nowlin, Sherman Young, Tad Wilson, Pa Sweeney, Vance Lambert, John Hodgson, Doug Woodson, George Mercer, Bryan Wagner, Edmund Schenecker, James Buice, JeffGlosu1 Back Row: Coach Flettrich, Coach Stinson, Col. Rosacker, Dee Kelly. Falcons do some pre-game drills. l 1 1 1 l 1131525031 N Middle School football players have an unusual way of greeting each other he ., fl, if W' f'fL4'i we 4? slrww, .L , m fr ffifff ' 17 r , A fs, V 'fl-'ff' fs in Veda' Agway? ",'- ,, , Fifi' f V-" 4.-fsf.g.,4..LK ,self-fix A ' The opponent is stacked up against a powerful CDS defense. Hockey jocks "I'm right behind you-u-u!" . . . ripped shorts . . . "Thornton, get those wretched feet moving!!! . . . "Rah, rah, Deb-o-rah!" . . . HLez in action!,' . . . Red Gorilla head . . . the Goalie from the Lagoon . . . reverse sticks . . . ice breaks . . . Anita,s broken nose . . . two HAD team strings . . . "Let's not have so much talking this time." . . . Mrs. Twining . . . roll-ins . . . Bean . . . "muddled" . . . '4We love you, Pamela, oh yes we do!', . . . "My Guy" and '!Stop! In the Name of Love!! . . . elephant trunks . . . quick bullies . . . "Get your coordination goingf, . . undercutting . . . ripped earlobes! . . . Reliable Taylor. . . "Shoot! And again, and again, and again!" . . . URUSI-In . i . . Eleanor! Dorthea! Barbara! Carolyn! . . . the green "Prepare to bully . . - Bully."' Hope Malkan and Tammy Webste bands . . . obstruction . . . 4'Ay, caramba!" are rea-dY C0 Staff the Eame- Lizabeth Lambert and Candy Garner really know how to get their sticks down and grub. CDS 1972-3 VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY RECORD ATeam CDS ...... 2 Hockaday ..,......... 1 CDS... ..5 St. Mary'sHall . . . . .1 CDS . . . . .4 Holland Hall . . . . .2 CDS... . .2 Hockaday .. . . .1 CDS... ..1 Greenhill ...3 CDS , , , . .3 Wichita Collegiate . . . .1 CDS... . .3 Hockaday ... ...O CDS... ..O Casady.... ...3 CDS . . . . .3 Greenhill . . . .0 BTeam CDS . . . .1 Hockaday .... . . .1 CDS . . . .0 St. Mary's Hall . . . .0 CDS . . . .2 Holland Hall . . . .0 CDS . . . . .0 Hockaday . . . .4 CDS . . . . .3 Greenhill . . . . .O CDS . . . . .6 Trinity Valley . . . .O CDS . . . . .O Hockaday . . . . .2 CDS... ..O Casady.... ..4 CDS . . . . . 1 Greenhill . . . 1 "So what if Fm sitting in a wheelchair?" Debbie Blair takes breather in the nearest chair she can find. A Q W ,E ' ,. ' , 15 gt 5 s , 2 A f Y N 5? wg z 2 'P E A an ' V194 f ' L K ' I sf? - GQ Q., - if k '43 -ww ,f A ,I AW 135 vw. E I if I Q , N. 32 ff P WS, I uv 1 fx V '5'u. ' , Yx 4 '- ,, t ,1- ar Q fr "My name's Kimmy Poo. What,s your,s?,' Kim Pease spends her Sparc time getting '6Hey, hey, hey, Fat Albert!" Cheryl Thornton, Joanne Cassull to know People' and Gwen Tilley ham it up. 1972 "BH TEAM FIELD HOCKEY. Top Row: Holly Rader, Candy Garner, Cathy Edens, Tammy Webster, Carmen Hall, Colleen Kleuse Anita Sweeney. Middle Row: Cary Laughlin, Lizabeth Lambert, Claire Chilton, Mimi Ward, Susan Albers, Mary Blair, Carla Olin. Bottoi Row: Carol Cruikshank, Kim Pease, In Dirfl 1 ,- K,l., 'TIG ..'f..',U ' fl "sri 'Vff 4- . ,Q ve va. a: ...Hs 1 frm.-fy !i'1t' Kit' s.s..M sunk-Xa ll"1f', lra1"" .. 'I ,airy ,ons L, ws: is fe, :LQ EQ 'fff 'Mill .kgs f .affix 63 'W' r.'f'?571lzk"!n 5 ialfil' .','.' 'ff 'fl S . 34 , 3 ii 'S' ,iliifiillil ggggiruftistf V, A U T f?v.v'o'i,egf,'.i'J.lf f ' ne, 'ill' ljf'ftfd1g44n.1i5i,, 'tiff if ij as cn. P' g as lj 'ffi'?4'?fv6'3o ff sir Qfafaa si ,Rf ei , 5 rf? Y CYITQ? sxsi'.ifJ'fiH 'Sli ifflzsf-'fd l3l3lQl1l l !'4l3"f'il ' sf 3 . HSS X, l M'-fs! ,mi lazy' jffkfifq ' ff iii Uffisri ?v qjiklk fL65,,','.nfMi 1- 74.51 4, Q aslfif' Claire Chilton, Lizabeth Lambert, 3, Kim Pease and Mimi Ward attack. "There goes that reverse stick again." Mrs. Twining can't be- lieve her eyes. A 'It is about this wide." Mrs. Byrd thinks the team is old enough to "Four little managers all in a row." Harriet Harris, Elissa Sanders, know what a hockey looks like. Kerry Webb, and Karen Webb pose for the camera. 'EeeWW, what is it pn Soccefs All Tied CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS 1972-73 CDS VARSITY SOCCER RECORD First Baptist Casady . . . Greenhill . Denton .. Jesuit . . . Trinity Valley St. Mark's . Holland Hall Bishop Lynch Cistercian . Trinity Valley Greenhill . Cistercian . Casady . . . Thomasjefferson . . . . TMI .... St. -Iohn's .... . . Greenhill . Citran buses with B team in the back . . . "When do we play Greenhill again?" . . . made the N.T.I-I.S.S.L. play- offs only to lose to TJ. . . . "MangeH . . . "Who wants to go to the soccer banquet?,' . . . enthusiastic sideliners . . . "Larry! Larry! It's my keed-ney!', . . . "Remember Ruf- fino!" . . . "Please pass the libido saucef, . . . "The Philosophers" . . . captains: John, Ulf, Robert, and Tom . . . five on S.P.C. All-Conference . . . the lady linesperson . . . trying to find spare cleats for '2000's' . . . trips to Mr. Soccer . . . "All the refs love us." . . . 4'Shall we play a 3-3-1-1, a 4-2-4, a 4-3-3, or a 3-2-1-3-l?" . . . "Brillo,' . . . keeping your eyes open when you head the ball . . . a season of heartbreakers . . . 7-6-5 record . . . "Better wear your shinguards this game." . . . "We tied them againli' . . . "I hate overtimes!" . . . A big bunch of buddies. The "Big Swede" winds up to shoot. s 5 5 2 3 i 3 Scott Tatum uses a new technique to center the ball to Bob Cruik- shank. I E E H Ya Q! ,Q ,Q is joyous Falcons go back to mid-field after a score. , . -' " ' S r f ffl ...' 4 Z 1' :" ' , f ..f... ' , ' K m I ' K K se . ' . ' ' ",,,, 2 ',,,,-,, A l , 0-. , g H KVIV Pia id 1 'HCL ..,, 3 f ,W n EQ s '-fs. 'Sirk 3" f-'Sui-s.,Mg ,Q , - .awww-Niles-4123 I 'pow U ElU'51'i3.'x iwiil -'Lug-41541-9 , rl M-Mfgmk W "ff-' "' e yn ' "3."'i9'ff'7'5ff'545" F "Lili f fm' 'fit' u,i.-.gf '.-. A. Aa - t 1' 1-R' W 135.4 .3 ,,g,3' ff gi.. 'L '6' ev gas-W -me so 'wal-M'af"' as-gf We nm in f'One giant leap for mankind and Falcons." Josh Fried traps and "Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive . . passes. . ." Peter Morris boots the ball. - i -ir' - M 1 s 'wi L9 BWV " W nf .4- 'Vis .. , 351, L '25 Payne positions himself to catch the ball. Ulf Rosenqvist shows how many goals Swedes usually score per game. Soccer defense blocks a TMI shot. I can also balance it on my nose!" Robert Kelly traps the ball. John Wallace and a TMI player decided to play alone Falcons gather for second half strategy. ,Nil , . L l 'Q 1fQ "f , 'T 'V ," r ,wil R " 45' 1 - , fr . ' ' A f . .A X' f,"fef ',- mga' ', K I Y L' ' ,- w , , , as . ' ' V121 R 'Sql T ' in . 0 V- fi' - 1' Uv Q R W' A ,guyprbf ,Ak ' ., V' J, A 1. 4 V . , .. V, Mgmt. A V k, Y , JA, 4 l V r ff., 'vb , -2 .- H A "' y , .fffj ,,, -- 'Q .. gt: -inure, -B4 4 ',. . K F rg, T, Agmip, ' V - -'QAM Me- 5714- , :if A-'Q-1ifk'9"-, ' gf".,,.5 V' :'- 'S ':'7f' . i -' V I l, . - in A 1.3, v ae- 1 .,v, ,f , I." , lb. N4 ., ,-f.,,LA L 4' '-f-Abu ' -S 1 .' if. ' " ' ' .g'J'5lrC Y 'f .N -' ' N...fr"' B V ' " A X-f-muah' ." "'.M , ' . . Q .,,.,g-,J V M- JL V I , , we, we ,...,. -3 X. , '- 972-73 Varsity Soccer Team: Front Row: Lee Bass, Josh Fried, Scott Tatum, Ulf Rosenqvist, Robert Kelly, Ronnie Horne, Tom veatherbury, John Wallace, Allan Kelly, David Ekstrom, Peter Morris, Kelly Ryan. Second Row: Bobby Dowling, John Stanley, Matthew llalkan, Bob Cruilcshank, Chris Chambers, Tommy Fitzwilliam, Chip Payne, Bo Butz, John McClung, John Hendricks, Louis Naham. Third -owx Jens Klokhoj, Mary Maberry, Bill Stanley, Gary Clayton, Mike McBride, Adam Fried, Jay Hageman, Cove Anderson, Jack Horton, will Buck, Biffjoslin. Back Row: Coach Ben Barka, Coach Garvey, Bob Brentlinger, Tim Wentworth, Clint Boardman, Col. Rosacker. 'F F3 W 1, F lu new ,s T , V ff? A s f 1 . ,, ,,., , . V 8 iv Hun 'te- F T K , 'F Over here! Over herelv Ulf Rosenqvist makes use of his head. Allan Kelly takes the ball past a Greenhiller. W inning Season Rookie Coach . . . "Rubber jaw" . . . "Someone call the Star-Telegramg Nowlin just scoredln . . . "Butterfingers" . . "I can't hear you." . . . the T.V. disaster . . . playing on a cement field . . . learning to slide tackle . . . "Circle up!" . . . linesmen for S.P.C .... Stinson's Diabolical Plan. 1972-73 MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER RECORD CDS... . .1 Cistercian .... .. .5 CDS . . . . .4 Trinity Valley . . . . .0 CDS . . . . .4 Greenhill . . . . . .0 CDS . . . . .1 Cistercian . . . . .2 CDS... ..3 St.Marks .. ...1 CDS . . . . .3 Greenhill . . . . . .0 CDS . . . . . 1 Trinity Valley . . . . . 1 CDS... ..O St.Marks ...1 Pat Walsh learns how to keep his hands warm. John Thompson centers the ball to his forwards. Wayne Chester plays "Tackle The Man With The Ball nignr. , in 1 4 'B MKS' lwlrwg? waxihmv-' 'wwf ' T " , V W 'ij' I 'B' Rx W. 73 Middle School Soccer Team: Front Row: Steve I-lettrick, Bret McAden, Sherman Young, Wade Nowlin, john Thompson, Jay Randall Hudson, David Corley, Dwight Webb. Second Row: Wayne Chester, Mike Olcott, George Carter, Win Ryan, Aaron Siegel, Hettrick. Third Row: Coach Stinson, George Saperstein, Pat Walsh, Scott Nowlin, Burnie Western, David DeMent, Greg Slayton. Row: Mark Ferree, Alan Goodrich, John Sanders, jimmy Hipp, George Young, David Parker, Wade Meeker, Tom Purvis, Gary ' 2 . . . f T, ,, ' 1 "C Q , -I ' J., Y W I -a" "fp . al! TK 7 :lc wi' at Q ff- - . , - " a2'fff'f9- we M ,-qs , ae, --.. 1 ,,. ,. ,f - . f- ..... f . ' If LM" 9' ,jg-fag rw,-" K n Mm- fy! :L ,Q I ..... me l ,ff ' , ,. . fm, W T ' " 7, 1 - , erman Young takes the ball away from a T.V. player. X , ,r ,.. ,, M -H." - .,,..,-H. .A-at 45, , , , , M, gfnwgyir' :i . , , A .- wk ' , as-:z.,.x-f ,. K R V -4 ,. ,fa fi ' w as-H - , N - ewrf.. , . 1, ,gc 5 .aft-asv Cnvvard, pvvarcl 44Whois got the best 'Yul Brenner'?', . . . "Nuts,' . . . "Turkcy', . . . rooming with the Wichita guys . . . Capper fouls out again . . . "Ah, ref, youire sickening." . . . sink and help . . . "Take the ball to the hole!" . . . HI-Iow much sleep did you get last night?,, . . . Christmas tournament . . . H21, I don't like your face. Technical!" . . . good games with Cistercian and Trinity Valley . . . HStevenson, you got four fouls, again? . . . c'Weiner" . . . "Gee, coach, my mom didn't Wake me up. I had to stay up late playing in a hockey game." . . . "The hall hit me in a bad place -- my handsf' . . . HFrank, you get the big guy. I'll get the next one." . . . "Coach, I didnit touch himf' . . . "O.K., trap 'em, Falcons. Oh, never mind!" . . . "Gee, coach, who are you talking to?" . . . 4'We must be really nice guysg everyone wants to play usf, CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS 1972-'73 VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Ft. Worth Christian Northwest .... Decatur ..... Trinity Christian . Dallas Christian . Trinity Valley . . Greenhill .... Holland Hall . . . Ft. Worth Christian Lakehill ..... Dallas Christian . Trinity Christian . St. Mark's .... Cistercian . Collegiate . Casady . . . Cistercian . . . Trinity Valley . . Greenhill . . . St. Stephen . . TMI ...... Trinity Valley . . ......27 ...56 ...63 . ...32 . ...82 ...58 ...6O . ...56 ...41 . ...18 . ...61 . ...48 ...79 ...56 ...70 ...63 ...61 ...47 ...54 ...62 ...6O ...62 "Go! Fight! Win!" Frank Stevenson shoots. Mitch Wynne steps on a Trinity Valley toe to shoot 'S-.. E Qgg,-alli"' 1 ' O N , . QQ: i -, - 5 , HI LL NET5 ,. 1-'. I 2 r 'E' 1535 3 I f ' ki J L.LL V c h -I I ii ' v A ,Z lx C' X, lhe Falcon defense guards man to man. C251 Qm Up on e ' I esee 'k taut I taw a putty tat!" Neel Ware concentrates on the rebound. Falcon offense sets up. Dwight Horton takes afoul shot. '?9"Lm.5, fp O , Ji ' 3 WM, ,Q Mitch Wynne wins the tip. CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS CDS 1972-73 CDS B TEAM BASKETBALL RECORD Lakehill ............ Dallas Christian ........ . . . . 44 Trinity Valley . . . . . .....61 .. ..39 Greenhill ..... . . Ft. Worth Christian . . . Dallas Christian . . . . . ....30 ....63 ....64 CDS . . . . 29 St. Marks .... . . . CDS . . . . 38 Cistercian . . . . . CDS . . . . 38 Collegiate . . . . CDS.. ..27 Casacly... CDS . . . . 47 Cistercian . . . . . CDS . . . . 42 Trinity Valley . . . . . CDS . . . . 39 Greenhill . . . . . . 52 A super spectacular Frank Stevenson jump shot IR I me " 1, I Q X-...f. ,H x at ,L fi as L L. fm' "Two, two, two, two!" David odney Freeman gets ready to shoot. Capper shoots. 972 -73 Varsity Basketball Team: Mitch Wynne, Pat Kneer, Jimmy Stouffer, Neel Ware, David Capper, Kevin Capper, Bri s Tom French Brad Nowlin, Dwi hr Horton, and Coach Will Stanshery. gg a a 3 Frank Stevenson wp, Q x 'i P, Good Sports "Hey, Byron, this is basketball not football." . . . "Jump, Wilkin, jump!" . . . "Look in the middle!,' . . . "Under the basket, Kelly, under the basket!" . . . "Rebound! Rebound!" . . . Huck Newberry holds the world's record for fouls in one season . . . "Use the back board!" 1972-73 MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL RECORD CDS Immaculate Conception .... 33 CDS Wedgewood ....... . . 77 CDS Newark ........ . . 45 CDS St. Maria Goretti . .' . . . . .6 CDS Immaculate Conception .... 24 CDS Newark ........ . . 36 CDS Newark . . . . . . 20 CDS Newark . . . . 18 CDS Lakehill ..... . . 35 CDS Trinity Christian . . . . 31 CDS Trinity Valley . . . . . 23 CDS Greenhill ...... . . 27 CDS Ft. Worth Christian . . . . 18 CDS First Baptist ..... . . 16 CDS Lakehill ...... . . 30 CDS Dallas Christian . . . . 35 CDS Trinity Christian . . . . 41 CDS Cistercian .... . . 22 CDS Greenhill . . . 36 CDS Oak . . . 12 CDS East Dallas . . . . 12 CDS Newark . . . . . 37 CDS Cistercian . . . . . 25 CDS Trinity Valley . . . . 24 CDS Trinity Valley . . . . 24 CDS Greenhill . . . . . 42 Middle School basketball fires it up before the T.V. game. 1972-73 Middle School Basketball Team: Front Row: Edmund Schenecker, Linc Conn, Vance Lambert, John Dake, George Mercer, Jame Buice, Tad Wilson, Doug Woodson, Jimmy Innis, Bryan Wagner, John Hodgson. Second Row: Ken McKenzie, Mike Goodrich, Ro Maddox, Tim Williams, Craig Marks, Peter Courtney, Kyle Claunch, Scott Landers, Jon Snyder, Kip Collum. Third Row: Dee Kelly,Joh Wilkin, Will Callaway, Kurt Boley, Kelly Thompson, Byron Keil, Peter Whipple, David Olson, Huck Newberry. Back Rowf C .ich Flettricl l-xii? S ,E f,, by 4' Y-vw fuxf f..,..... Mn- --f -W3 P i 13 I. 1, if ,s 35 5' . gf-fsi"'f li 9 F ff. L !' . v iffwf n Keil outjumps his opponent for a shot. John Wilkin Sffeffihes f0f the bau- V, . .. . Vx-y Lfig-Q. I -yn 5 Ill ach, the ref can't foul us all out!" Doug Woodson can stop on a dime. ii i ir if Punt, Pass, Kick Secret plan: Gradu . . . luxurious rides on city buses . . . "Don't forget your pop, chips, 6sandwiches', and knee- highsf' . . . "I'm open, I'm open!,' . . . '4Drop Kick Lezi' . . . Coach Beggs: "Line up for sprints!,' . . . 4'Hey, Marge, what time is it? Oh, it's 4:30 you say?', . . . faithful senior co-captains . . . 'gl-lold on to that ballln . . . "jump!" . . . "We'll get it to you if you'll score." . . . "B team gets the bands." . . . "Go! Fight! Win!" . . . "Cas- acly? Well, maybe next year." . . . "PaMELla!', . . .dogs messed up the field . . . "Chez, love that duo-fold." . . . 4-4-2 or 5-3-2? . . . Wednesday hack time with T.V. . . . "What this team needs is a super duper pooper scooperf' . . . "Seven passes, anyone?,' Drama Awards for athletics the five seconds-to-go goal . . . "Get your big fat toe down!" . . . . . "Bye, bye, Byrdie!,' C6 Lisanne and Emma got miracles at Hockaday: Hey, Big Daddy!" . . . second in North Zone . 1972-73 VARSITY SPEEDBALL RECORD CDS ,,,,,, 2 Hockaday ............ O CDS . . . . .2 Casady .... . . . 12 CDS . . . . . 9 Holland Hall . . . . 4 CDS ...... 7 Hockaday . . .6 CDS ..... 15 Kinkaid . . . . . 0 CDS . . . . .9 Trinity Valley . . .0 CDS . . . . 2 St. John's . . . . 6 CDS . . . . .5 St. Stephen's . .0 Ora Beth McMullen prepares to pass to Gwen Tilley 1972-73 Varsity Speedball Team: First Row: Mary Schutts. Second Row: Ann Tilley, Ann Taylor. Third Row: Mrs. Pam Byrd Car0 Cruikshank, Cindy Kelly, Leslie Tatum. Back Row: Margaret Thompson, Lydia Cutter, Gwen Tilley, Ora Beth McMullen, Mary Stouffer f -'-- W---A ef-wa--n---4-wi---f ww iwen Tilley tries to hide behind the ball. Lar a a ' . ' ., I .. V A 2 ' 1 --.L-.V 1, if - 4.--b .vw , .. I , 2 ' M.,-me Q A g .- nf. . , , . ' ,MH .,.,,-f""""", 1 3- i af , e We y " V , .L ' , .. 4 ,iz ni me . -f,f-ww-fefi.rf.,' ,, . I . M, K M 'Q A W A 4rf'ai'aiw9gp,fIfy in pu-:ar'5f' ff - - .i M21 -W,-ww-Aa:1evg+gL,f fe?3"-9, 5545 ff- 1 . g if A .' A ,k,,,,,,gy,.f,-,V - N ,V . M .il ,Am yum,-r. Z, .U if 4 ,Q , , 1 if .K ' ' 1,31 P,-137-'tiiigqmf-iymefw W BN-A , ' limi, "TS ii. ' ' ' ,, ,, V , , X . I , LH. , W My 1. gli. .,1"2x-2 we ,.., , .-.f A3V,,fL,-k g ff-,fb 3-5,1 fa f fl 3,4 ,f W - 'L'f,', - ' L f L, , , or -ku rfel, N4 Livmiw A 1. -wisyvii, . I! ' QV" . ' ""L,15" fl' 1 K - Y .qf', yd- Margaret Thompson and Gwen Tilley air dribble down the field. Ann Tilley threatens to kick the ball through the opponent. 57 "And it's another two points for FWCDSV' Margaret Thompson puts one in. K "You put your right foot in, you put your right foot out Mrs. Byrd tells her players to stay spaced-out. Leslie Tatum takes the ball away from a Kinkaid player. x"".f.fr Cheslea Kemble really gets her toe into the situation. -Q- fa x Q WW 3,4 'S NHT- ,, . f v . R, Q , X., s ,rf Basketball Two ex-speedballers . . . the sprained ankle syndrome . . . first triple offense . . . Mary Ann's magic red tennis shoes . . . "Figures of eight, girls." . . . "Paths, pahs, pahs it in!" . . . "Where's that manager?" . . . jack-in-the-Box before the game . . . jabbing elbows . . . 'cRebound!" . . . Sweeney, alias Smith and Jones, got ten fouls in one game . . . cat scratches . . . "Go! Fight! Win!" . . . "We broke fifty, minus one!" . . . getting things into perspec- tiveg it's only a game . . . the Freshman Brigade . . . transportation . . . three loyal players . . . KNO wonder we never stay together!,, . . . no jewelry . . . "Hiawatha hit the court and a guinea pig became her namesake." . . . big improvement. 1972-73 VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL RECORD CDS ..... 23 Newark ............ 27 CDS ..... 14 Ft. Worth Christian . . . . 49 CDS ..... 31 Ft. Worth Christian . . . . 49 CDS ..... 49 Greenhill ...... . . 68 CDS ..... 24 Holland Hall .... . . 60 CDS ..... 25 Hockaday . . . . 45 CDS ..... 33 Ursaline . . . . . 50 CDS ..... 28 Greenhill . . . . 55 CDS ..... 15 Casady . . . . . 50 CDS ..... 14 Hockaday . . . . 62 CDS ..... 24 Ursaline . . . . 56 CDS ..... 20 St. Johns . . . . 79 CDS ..... 34 Greenhill . . . . . 74 CDS ..... 17 Kinkaid ..... . . 56 CDS , , , , , 9 St. Mary's Hall . . . . . 59 Cheryl Thornton goes for ajump ball. "Offense! Offense!" Mary Ann McBride tries to arouse the Falci offense. "High-point" Shannon Sweeney shoots to keep the Falcons on t scoreboard. ""' W' i- v. , ,1-yi Y' " HUME I 3' if , W YH BUNUSE W I N sg fg 1 P if, 'A ,P fl ,fr .2 A1 as -A . AV . jg rs 1 I N A 'LQ r' fifths ' is Q -. ' - 'Q ,- ,nv--1' V ffm' ' f ' K " 'A' 24 U d f- ii - . iffi"1.: 'fE11 g f ' K '-R ' .,,, A ' " 1 , ' 1 "" ff 1-' "H F , . .ali . , ii ri r ' ,G ar" 'All ,.. . 2, ewgafaffgh . . .K La i,r,.,.,-....LEL:LJ La 'Lx-4 " -'--t l.. -?...i --..-...i.l.l..-i , -.-.-.-.-..-....,..i..l,,ii -..-........i..i..............l, ....lT....-.,.i.....iT.,,,, -.T-..i.i....i....,,,., 1. d , ....-..-.. ...i. .............., ..-.i.i. V .. i.T.l. ,.l.l. 13 7 '-' 5.41. 972-73 Varsity Girls Basketball: Front Row: Carmyn Hall, Colleen Kleuser, Michelle Tarride, Shannon Sweeney, Holly Rader, Cindy layton, Susan Albers. Back Row: Mrs. Wendy Twining, Merry Perry, Mary Blair, Christie Rutland, Ruthie Newberry, Cheryl Thornton, -'iolly Todd, Mary Ann McBride, Elissa Sanders, Mr. Tom Williams. ' 1 1 1 v "Who was that masked man?" Holly Rader guards as Shannon Sweeney shoots. Cross Countr l Still Running New trails . . . Clint heats David for the first and only "Has anyone seen Rudd Long or Suter DuBose? . . . Bill Stanley, a good runner . . . Rudd Long shows real style running along Loop 820 . . . poor show- ing in SPC . . . one-half of the team were freshmen . . . "Why is Briggs still running back and forth to Hulen at 5:30 p.m.?" . . .CDS won fifth and sixth places at TISC. . . Alexjoined late but did well . . . a very quiet year. time . . . 7? 1972-73 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Front Row: Clint Boardman, David Briggs. Second Row: Bill Stanley, Rudd Long. QAlex Beros not pictured.j L. Lsawm, . if .. A -lin, . iW"J.Q M , , , A H I- ,,,t W gg i , ff t .1 I 5 ua., , M. is ff I 'lf I 1 if Q .f ' C M, .M .? ,.W,,. . ... A on .. ,, Q' .2 gf Fw . ,, - K J ..::-W . , ' 1 j 5 Q' . V ggi -qqzf 1 I A - W mania A kv' kt "bfi C V Z QQ, 3 'gif A ' is . , 2: ft W' ' W, V f .Qu K JL' S, My . r - N' iw? e' 5'1" ,3 ,1 151 ' v-gsm' wifi? 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V, 1. fy Q ,r12,,,ftMff..3'Iuyfvxlx-Jg,w.15gf2v,-kfa1E'nag-gre-gd ,mt , fi k V fn, ,C . . ,..7J,5,, . W, ,K my . V N 'a ' -g e ,551 ' , '- 'g , A - f 'riff gm-A f W. , K . ,N y sw, rdf- sz:-2 trvfiw A ,ft ' W in Y 3' L V W ,Q A .1 - I K - A If K L, iv, -jg , . ,s j I fp ws tl f' David Briggs and Clint Boardman come down the back stretch. l l Alex Beros experiences the thrill of athletic competition. -ts ,'. , ski-we A -Q-'f 'Soccer, Basketball, and Speedball All-Conference and Honorable Mention: Robert Kelly, Ann Taylor, ary Stouffer, Ulf Rosenqvist, Ann Tilley, Leslie Tatum, Cindy Kelly, Frank Stevenson, Lydia Cutter, wen Tilley, Margaret Thompson, Dwight Horton, Tom Leatherbury, David Capper, Scott Tatum, and 'ohn Wallace. '-ing ,"'E.51:. 1-sc, -1. Bill Nolan, and Ronnie Hornef -Iockey All-Conference and Honorable Mention: Cindy Kelly, Mar- garet Thompson, Mary Stouffer, Gwen Tilley, Debbie Blair, Leslie fatum. Sports Awards Dwight Horton, National Dol- phin Championship Senior Div- ision First Placeg Wayne Chest- er, National Invitation Age Groups Diving Champions - 13-14 years old, Jack Horton, National Dolphin Champion- ship Junior Division First Place. av.. Football All-Conference and Honorable Mention: Dick Thompson, Lee Bass, David Capper, Ulf Rosenqvist, Dale O'Neal, Peter Morris, 63 STUDENT LIFE I U - ummer of '72 Europe was: Wimpy Bars . . . Odeon . . . "For you, Amerikanskif' . . . Toblerone Candy . . . the pubs . . . 6'Can I get a taco in Spain?" . . . Obnoxo powder and Dr. Scholl's . . . "I have 25 cents to get me through two weeks!" . . . NCan we drink the water?" . . . tears at the Trinity was: Charlotte, Camille, John, and Tom in- vading Trinity . . . '6Do we have to stay awake for room T, check?', . . . "If you donit like it . . ." . . .Organize, p 1. organize, organize! 'iv Al entrek Was: tou h . . . "What mountain are we on A S now?,, . . . "Let's take a restf, For the rest, the summer was: sunburns . . . quick trips l?, I ig, . . "Boy, the summer sure went fast ' mf' y yr , A , , av' .ff re 1 ' cr f .3 'ii at ' ' 1,3 s,-em i , . a 4 i-'e eikl K t X "+j!i"'2fl' wif 5 A Camille Kemp, Tom Leatherbury, john McClung, and ' Munn display their trophies won at the Yearbook Institut Trinity University. Scott Tatum, Peter Morris, and ' Bob Cruikshank lunch down after an Alpentrek climb. ' Janet Ghormley and Kim Pease snuggle up to the British Liong Joanne Cassullo, Tom Leather- bury, and Adelaide Kline get a kick out of Corinth, Greece. - a Banquet . . . 'cWe were all in it together." . . . Home! 2 ,L 4 4.- fw.. ,Aw . S, .- . rf , . , .Civ f as 5 'if' 1 I ,A I D 3' , 1 I W2 Q., , . lame of the Country Day kids take part in Water sports at Martha Schutts' Day Camp. obby Dowling takes it easy at Cache Lake near the summer home Canada. John and Mark Anthony do the Tarzan bit in Acapulco W cz as Q, mv-+ f wo Av-11'-, W M-qw ' ,...,-ov-W" .qu Getting to Know Each Other Jens . . . painting Christmas ornaments . . . major con- sumers for Carol Ann and Piggly Wiggly cake mixes . . . "Mrs. Knecht, please sign this checkf' . . . Liz's every Sunday to paint ornaments . . . cakes, cakes, cakes . . . Annual Box Social . . . kidnap breakfast at Dehbie's . . . "But it',s 4:30 in the morningli' . . . more ornament paint- ing . . . Jens stuck at the top of the Washington Monu- ment . . . enjoying "unnamed beverages" at the Box Social . . . "How many more ornaments do we have to paint? 1505 No way!" . . . "Yes, ma 'am, we're still look- ing for your ornaments." . . . vast fortune in the A.F.S. treasury . . . "Guess what, another check to sign." . . . UNO ma cam, We naVen,t found YOUI' Ornaments Yet-3, - - - Mary Ann McBride and Mrs. Knecht work together decorating the Program is worth it. birthday cake for A.F.S. jean Morgan and Lizabeth Lambert take a break while Lydia Cutter, Michelle Tarride, and Paula Ghormley paint Christmas ornaments. Jens Klokhoj, the A.F.S. student from Denmark, becomes involved in C.D.S. student life byjoining the Yearbook Staff and helping to put this book out. Lisa Williams and Webster Dean enjoy their Nunnamed beverage" at the Box Social. Helpers Cleaning trays and tables . . . cataloging books, filing cards, getting out of study halls, chasing kids and be- ing chased . . . 'LMrs. Snowdon I forgot to write my time in the bookf' . . . 'SDO I have 12 hours yet?" . . . HAnita, you hambur- ger, Pm going to bake you into roast beef." . . . HI want my money!,' . . . "Oops, I forgot the grease cutter!', . . . 6'You mean we have to Clean the 'ggookyw drink table again today?7' . . . sharing and comparing diets . . . g'Don,t peel off my finger- nail polish!" During recess the Afternoon Kindergarten happily plays with Anita Sweeney. Right: What are library assistants Tracy Aguilar, Cathy Edens, Mary Schutts, Beth Newberry, Melanie Clayton, and Katy Bahan smiling about with Mrs. Snowdon? is stun I I., W QQL . A 'Q af. Fw , . 16 Top Left: "Be sure to hit the glass this time!" Gwen Tilley advises Debbie Blair. Top Right: Briggs and Alex Beros do the jobs no one else will do. Bottom Left: "I hope I don't get caught timelv Bob Cruikshank tests his luck. Bottom Right: Katy Bahan dumps out the drink glasses. Bond and Debbie Blair discuss their future with Mr. Murdock. Where To "Is there a rep during . . . H .. . 4'But, Mr. Murdock, I don't even know if I want to go to collegelii . . .HAS you can see, vve're harder than most schoolsf '...' CD0 you have coed dorms? . . , Oh, you're a girls school!H . . . Hllm going to Texasfi . . . HI want to get out of Texas." . . . 'CI want to Ski." . . . mini term for looking at schools . . . S.A.T.'s and achievement tests . . . slightly cramped quarters in Mr. Mur- dockis office . . . "Why, live never had a group this big!". . . 'SI-low's your Science depart- ment? P.E. program? History department? Study abroad? Social life? . . ." 147' ' ,n 6, ' Leslie Tatum and Debbie Conner listen to one of the many college reps, while signing up for information and looking through the college's catalogue. UI-Iey, Bobby, see if you can find one at 10:20 on Wednesday!" Cathey Ward and Bobby Dawling sign up for college repre- sentatives. 71 Gololins, Pumpkins, and Parties Halloween means lots of fun for everyone . . . the Lower School Annual Pumpkin Contest . . . fantastic pumpkins! . . . Halloween parties everywhere . . . costume contests with really ingenious costumes . . . party games . , . Big Gorilla visits Middle School Assembly . . . Pin the Nose on the Pumpkin . . . Middle School elects pumpkin car- vers for the jack-o-Lantern Contest . . . Upper School party in French class with a Halloween cake . . . Senior Lounge done in orange crepe paper, Halloween pictures on the wall, and trick or treat bags. Z1 D Some of the Lower School Halloween costume and jack-o-lantern contest winners pose in or with their pride andjoy. Would you send your child to this teacher for an education? Ann Roach, alias Raggedy Ann, canit seem to get her wi :Fi 'W . r,.,:1 is W .if fr if Q ' wi ,sg , f 5 5 il - gi ri - E Cash and Andrea Saperstein decide not to dress up for Halloween 'wif .ao-in Fort Worth Country Day is a private, highly selective, college preparatory school. Cowgirl Lynne Steed pins the nose on the pumpkin. ,ww X in The Circus Comes To Town Big audience . . . lots and lots of different acts: elephants, prancing horses, strong men, clowns, tight rope Walkers, fat men, master of ceremonies, tricycling bears, and tum- blers . . . three events each . . . paper sack costumes . . . lots of work and prepara- tion for the big day. Top Left: "Ladies and Gentlemen, . . .H Emcee Frank Masse does his thing. Top Right: The School appreciates the talents of the Trycycling Bear. Bottom Left: Greg Williamson balances iously high above the arena. Bottom Right: "Fat Man" Kenneth Strassburger circles the arena. .ji wh Hick Dance wild go-go dancersg Debbie fell off the box . . . A.F.S. before and Lee's after- wards . . . corn cob pipes . . . super fantastic dance that everyone enjoyed - the band even enjoyed it . . . Martha Lindsey and Her Town and Country Strings . . . crack the whip . . . ali day decorating - thirty minutes cleaning up . . . guarded punch bowls . . . unlit kerosene lamps . . . no hay or chickens . . . sheriff, deputy, and posse badges . . . square dancing. I . A , A, kg 75 You Blockhead! You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown . . . "Good grief!', . . . Tom got pretty choked up during his performance, espec- ially on peanut butter sandwiches . . . "Caleb, calm your- self!!! . . . "Sugar Lips" . . . "What's an enigma?" . . . Leslie and the rabbit hunt . . . "This is for you, Lucy. Merry Christmas!" . . . Tom French and his cue cards . . . "Fm the Count Dracula from Transylvania." . . . "Caleb, calm yourself!" . . . Kerry was convincibly a super-crab . . . "Suppertime', . . . "The curse ofa fuzzy facef, . . . 'cMy Blanket and Me" . . . Webster was a real Robin Hood . . . "Those are bugs. They make the grass grow." . . . "Curse you, Red Baron!', . . . "Is it Dr. Seuss or Dr. Zeuss?" . . . "I like a newspaper because you dorft have to dial it!" . . . "A Book Report on Peter Rabbit." . . . yarn wigs . . . HThat'll be 5 cents, please!" . . . "Calm yourself, Caleb!', . . . "No, the see-saw goes off the other Way." . . . "Home, home on the range." . . . professional group choreography . . . "Woof! Boom!" Mr. Balch gives Quentin McGown and Leslie Tatum some advice and tips during rehearsal. 76 "This is truly a dog's life," exclaims Snoopy QQuentin McGown "Charlie Brown never remembers my supper hours!" Patty QCamille Kempj checks her heart beat before performance. r L -If Mk maxi , .. ---A .ff ' 3515 Q iii . 1 Q ,M,,,, ' f gfufisggi f a, sf: iff . em M' -,swf NL - Q. , if E H9 4 . rv: . l5sf.:4:',:Ts1' . ml what" .:: -,z -E: 4.vf!',i'iP,3e- L- f ilgslflvf - , F1- fp QM-ca, tx 1 .Q Xmas o Christmas brought joy and fun to C.D.S. with pro- grams, parties, and vaca- tion . . . The Third Grade gave an Xmas program for C.D.S. and others . . . the Lower School and Middle School gave fantastic choral programs for the parents . . . decorated halls . . . pinata parties . . . Up- per School First Annual Xmas Party: exchanging gifts, singing, popcorn balls, Santa Claus and S.C. awards, and a wood burn- The Glee Club sings for the Upper School at the Christmas party. ing fire . . . "You say Mr. Brown looks a little per- turbed?" Middle School choral program makes a big hit. "Now, have all you children been good this year?" asks Santa Claus, alias Mr. Stephen. 4 QQ TY Schoole CQ rs sing Christmas carols for their parents. pq- ' """""i 1 ,fi X L' l' -. g.v. I .1 -' The Third Graders give their Christmas program for the Nursery Schoolers at Country Acres. John Havens and J. K. Ivey pack up various Christmas gifts that the Middle School collected for some underprivileged families of Fort Worth. Aida Purtscher and some of the Fourth Graders have fun with a pinata. 79 Student Council "Studi, Council . . . meetings at lunch or at activities . . . Roberfs Rules of Order . . . first annual Christmas party for the Upper School . . . Santa Claus Awards and carol- ling . . . c'Can the girls wear leotards now?" . . . "Do We have any suggestions in our mailbox?,' "No, just dirty movie catalogs from Janus Filmsf, . . . the absence of live issues . . . Thanksgiving and Christmas food projects . . . Western Dance . . . 50's Day . . . minutes posted after each meeting . . . colorful bulletin boards . . . finally re-wrote the constitutiong now, the by-laws . . . THEM movie night . . . Muscle Beach Party . . . HWhere's Brian? We need to have a meetingf' . . . Western Day . . . "We want a Foghorn Leghorn Cartoonf' . . . summer meetings at the church . . . Mr. Avery, sponsor . . . "Who's in charge of the senior prom?" . . . football programs and concession stands. -252 """--s..,,,.-1 , ,K Q v t ,:,.p. ,I Middle School Student Council: Doug Woodson, George Sape stein, Mrs. Foster, Susan Steed, India Cutler, Amy Stevens QPresidentj, Mark Ferree, and Kelly Thompson. 'Where's Brian?" The Upper School Student Council is looking for Brian again. on wo VICTOR hope I don't fall." The Upper School cheerleaders finish another pep rally without any casualties. "Read , 0. KJ" "Leslie ,... " . . . making cookies . . . pom-pom rou- tine . . . because of the lack of old sheets "C D" flaming letters instead of "C D S' . . . football team refreshments twice a day during summer practice . . . bobbies and sweaters? . . . rolled up skirts . . . "Hey, Leslie, how about doing 'sock-it' now?" . . . loud pep rallies . . . "Another basketball game?" . . . "Do you think Mrs. Byrd will let us out to go to the game?" . . . roller derby cheers . . . the two rookies all alone at S.M.U. Plug lu "Are the Trojans going to win this game?" yell Middle School cheerleaders Kelly Cash Carolyn Tarride Kay Anderson, Elizabeth V ii iii P Hudson, Marsha Harrison, and Julie Parker. l . ry is our cry!" Susan Morgan leads the troops. Goat Ropers Invade C. D. S. c'Bang! Bang! You,re dead." . . . Middle School has a square-dancing party in the Cafeteria . . . Senior saloon girls . . . Dennis Farrelly, from Durham, England, com- ments on our unusual uuniformsw . . . Virginia reel . . . Student Council revokes the quarter Hchargeu by popular demand . . . Kindergarten Rodeo: steer wrestling, barrel racing, calf roping, and trick roping. . . Indian costumes, chaps, guns, ten-gallon hats, and lots of blue jeans . . . "Yee-haW!', Jonathan Eudaly and Kathryn Albers enjoy being the barrels for the barrel race. "Let us entertain you!" Senior saloon girls pause for a group pi ture. 1-,,, kkk,L aw Byron Keil, Wayne Chester, Kelly Thompson, and Tom Purvis se nade the Middle School. W ,f V ' J s-1 Ax Middle Schoolers enjoy ' swinging their partners. Sarah Anthony and Taylor Wilson are great trick ropers. Taylor Wilson wrestles Ty Taylor to the ground in the steer wrestl- ing event. Madwoman of Chaillot Mrs. Clauser, director . . . such a large number of roles, many had to double-up on parts . . . period costumes . . . frequent Qand latej rehearsals . . . Anita Sweeney and ticket sales . . . "dried" flowers courtesy of Greenwood . . . Ulf and John's big lineg "Oil?" . . . roles filled at the last minute by Nancy Ross and Quentin McGown . . . chang- ing costumes between acts . . . "But, I don't want to wear make-up, Merry!" . . . Irma "falls" for the audience . . . "Hey, Anita, did we break even?', . . . props finished five minutes before curtain time . . . play featured in the Star-Telegram . . . Madwomen Robin Brookman, Nancy Ross, and Melissa Garrett sipped tea and ate cake . . . Tom, Frank, Matthew B. and Matthew M. plotted the destruction of Paris . . . "Frank, have you seen my bag of money?" . . . "Yes, we did break even - more or less!" . . . everyone had fun doing it , . . "Does anyone know where we can rent an audience?,' . . . cast party at Melissa's. "Watch out for my handf' Bob Cruikshank assists Mr. Channell in building the sets. Dr. Dixon and Anita Sweeney sell tickets at the door to the Fric night crowd. il E as 2 2 Merry Perry concentrates on getting Matthew Blair's make-up. right. GQ f r...- C J 'I X 'IE 3 S Q9 I 255-'Z 4 ' ' ' W. 5' 48' 'lf 0. 1 Q X s. 4 Flight ,73 "Where's Mr. Adams? Heis ten minutes latei' . . . UChar- lotte!" . . , "Boobs, are the pictures ready yet?" . . . '4But, Charlotte, Saturdayis supposed to be a holidayf' . . . "Stop by and see if they'll buy an ad." . . . "I'll see you at 10:00 Sundayf' . . . "where's a photographer?" . . . "Did we make that deadline." . . . Anchor Printing and Lithographing, Inc .... Mr. Walter Adams' pep talk . . . '4Bleed that picture to the left? . . . "The door's lockedli' . . . "Where's a contract?', . . . "Are your pages in?" . . . "Will you sign this, Mr. Adams?" . . . "Where,s a red pen?,' . . . '4You mean I have jqfteen pages due?,' . . . 4'Make sure you get a receipt for it.', . . . "It's Two-for- One Day at DQ. Let's go sell an ad." . . . "Where the heck is -------? Doesn't helshe know it's yearbook period?" . . . "But, Miss Robinson, I have to get out of P.E. to work on yearbookln . . . eighty-page deadlines . . . "I think yearbook should get a credit. I spend more time on it than on all my subjects combined? "If you don't meet the deadline, I'l1 sing to you!" Charlotte Munn and the staff discuss a deadline. Charlotte Munn and Debbie Blair put the final touches on th pages. ,.M"""" Dick Sealy graciously accepts a 55100 bill for the Junior Class from Stephen Saperstein. The Flight '73 staff learns first hand how their yearbook is printed. afvyfif Q --wg from Top Left: john McClung and John Wallace spend time in their home away from home. Adelaide Kline diligently works on Tom Leatherbury and Leslie Tatum chuckle over Senior text.g Jens Klokhoj gives john McClung his picture request. Scorpion 4'When are we going to have a meeting?" . . . "I need a business manager." . . . contests, contests, contests . . . Tom's award for best layout and design at Trinity Univer- sity Journalism Institute . . . "Nobody's written anything. How can We put a magazine together?" . . . "Save the second week of spring vacation to work on our Scorpion." The 1973 Scorpion staff: Mr. Kilborne Qsponsorj, Robert Kelly, Christie Rutland Qseatedj, John Stanley, David Capper, Joanne Cas- ' sullo, and Tom Leatherbury. Tom Leatherbury and Joanne Cassullo evaluate some Scorpion entries pres 'iw' owden thinks about ways to improve The Falcon Quill. A . 'W'- 1 553 f2 , 34,1 -V'f-: , ..--,,, ei: Malkan and Charles Lundelius deliver the Quill hot off s. Falcon Quill "No, Charles, you just can't print thatln . . . ultra-conser- vative staff . . . "Well, so what if every candidate We support happens to be a Republican?" . . . Quill exposed Plucker . . . "Deadline for articles? Oh, say Monday or Tuesday or Wednesday or wheneverln . . . "But, Peter, you canlt be editor again. You've graduatedll' . . . "I just want long articles that take up a lot of space." . . . new colorful masthead . . . 'iMattheW, ask Mr. Zimmerman if they'll work overtime." . . . Quill Poll . . . "Charles, you can't call our state legislators that!" . . . Editorial policy: The Quill will print any editorial as long as the writer signs his name and does not attack the Administration, the Athletic Department, the History Department, etc." . . . "Just Wait until next year when lim editor!" Dr. Dixon puts the final touches on a student editorial. Fifties Da "Mr, and Mrs. Greasew: John Wallace and Kerry Webb . . . Muscle Beach Party . . . anything and everything was worn: fur coats, cocktail dresses, black leather motor- cycle jackets, pleated and baggy pants, and rolled-up blue jeans . . . "How about a game of golf, Ike?" . . . '4Did you see the knees on that chick?" . . . red lipstick . . . Flex . . . greasy kid stuff . . . our idols: Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello . . . "You won't believe what I found at the second-hand store!" . . . Caleb sings Miss America . . . 4'What are you going to wear?', Bobby-soxers Kelly Young and Katy Bahan study between classes. The winners of the "Mr. and Mrs. Grease" Award: John W and Kerry Webb. Someoutstanding beauties pause for a picture on Fifties Day. 5 X 3, pf tr as L Q i i gf' fan? vu -a 1 1 no J, -sz- U "fx .flu , . 'nfs -U. .n N... ,H nu ul. nu . ,J 'Q 1 'A , H f . Rina 'I . -.Xen - ,nn s-. s-an , uw. , , 4-is .. . I ,,., .5 up I . , - , . 1:a, 'I RQ' 1 . , Q 4 'Q' .12 , - .Q u 1 , ., , 'fx on q, 'I . 2 3 X 5 , Tarride and Margaret Thompson don't enjoy getting their taken. '. 1-af we , is ,a,,,,,.. W., , rw ..,,,- --N . - A.-, K, ' fr-.nyvf ,vc 3 .,, x rf., V , . V. A iff. he f y 'V ' ' ,"',,v 1 .1 '- J A 4 u .. ,, - , ., A , ffzvfvlv' ffSw.:,rf The five finalists, John Wallace, Dick Thompson, Kerry Webb, Mary Ann McBride, and Mich- elle Tarricle await Frank Stevenson's announcement of the winners. Z . 3 Q ,'f'lisf ' -. avi? A, i J.. 4 4.1 4- . 'V 4 ,gn ,w"'fl Vs ,M l X, ,, mn in .14ix,,:'.mi Q' we 31,1 . rf' -, f ""-fllfffvg gms: ,Nl r .-"'PQi' . mfg ' wjgQ:Jw,i.rAiS,, lV1f" .QQ 1,5 'Y' f ' 7 -' -16 Q what ,:Qf"ifi,7 ,ei, , A 'Q' ' ' ' 4 af -1 9f'1'55i'Sii ii 'f N' 'LQ ' - " T " 3,4 2 I, 4,4 'fi' .iw V - V ek- , 'Q xv V 'A ,:' zu ' ,,w,,f,v, , '--f'+...:: -ri i -QJEAQ 'Q Km' Wifgwwr f .f. Q., Q. . s .34. - - NH H,-tlif, 55.5 ,-ffl, e'r,t,.f at ' 'Z iff--fl ' 1 rsifavf .M fe s i 1. ,f5,,g.L .V me eff: iw! :OW ,J,., ,l- ' :A . I K-A-, ff X , 'Tyis.121.'.f, -' fm M "Fore!" Bobby Dowling Qlkej plays a few holes of golf after lunch. ww, ek af 'eg J in ,W , A: I 1,5 mm. , F .sud 5? sg, gg f f ga 5 w K , - i 1 V l . an , rw iififf A Z- svziaffx , ' ,,' I 33 .K I v2'?'fi'., I :W 1 r-ff' Assemblies: Guest Speakers, Plays, and Announcements The Lower School watches the play, "Good Laws For Good Amerie 7' Ei ' , cs.. ,.- 'iz W 515. . ' 1 X L-S -an 1' aim, M bf-ua....U' l in Ti T e so is Columbus re-discovers America in the Lower School Atrium. speaker discusses Nixon's policies with the Upper 4 ,..--f The Robin Hood Players put on "The Prince and The Pauper" for the Lower School and the Middle School. THE WIZARD OF OZ An Adaptation of the Book By L. Frank Baum Presented By the Fifth Grade On March 1, 1973 CAST . .Leigh Rowan . .Amy Western Dorothy ............ The Good Witch of the North , . . . . Sarah Stevenson . .Todd Snyder . . .Steve Berry . Billy Kilborne . . .Laura Ward . Mark Herman . . . john Carr Scarecrow ........... Tin Woodman . . Cowardly Lion . . . Gate Keeper .......... . The Wicked Witch of the West . . Oz The Terrible ........ . Flying Monkey ........ "I'm not scared of you . . . not muchf' Leigh Rowan QDorothyj says to Laura Ward QWicked Witch of the Westj. 145, E-.um , W . . ' r K tk 1:r,:f'ef2"w,,ifk y , "Please take me off this pole," Sarah Stevenson QScarecrowj as! Leigh Rowan QDorothyj. l 5.-i -M--we ta M-el , 1 ,M--e,f"j"' . ' ,W ,,..1-H77-' "" """. 'Hi "What a time to go to sleep!" Sarah Stevenson QScarecro attempts to wake up Leigh Rowan QDorothyj, and Steve Ben QCowardly Lionl. ""' WS? A- . -i it ,W 1 -M ,, K--5-- -Q 1s g ' TS-tk' K fQ.'NiI ,8........,-f 'Io to your room!" Mr. Block tells john Carr during rehearsal. I - ee- ' e eee .pdf f 1 ' ..,- I Vw . ,W VHA: L AA 'Sikg if " ,:, S 'I' tt Z I' 5, , n 2 ' I .5 ,, .e W it 5 -si 523 5. . V 1? -his : 1, in iw M awp ,ai if i 1, Q 3 4 fx ,JK A K 'X X e, w, fr' ii':??'g f ,vi X i 4' , "I am Oz the Great and Te rriblef' Leigh Rowan and Sarah Stevenson trem- ble at the sight of Oz. ,ff ,.f Af-' "Come on, protect us. Todd Snyder. ', Sarah Stevenson hurries the Tin Woodman, Middle School Urganized Clean Up Before . . . During . . . And after L.. McGrew and a friend play backgammon during a study hall. Middle School Honors i i iw! Stud Hall V 11.14. Butterfield actually studies during study hall. 32 'Q 5 8 5 5 I I I i i lr-w Kip Collum spends a few moments day-dreaming during his study hall. Middle School M Laura Eudaly and Angela Athey work on a physics experiment Kelly Thompson and Kelly Cash counsel with Mr. McKinney. rn w A - X as 3 'Q jf L Q. ' 1 -""!""-A' 5'-fur' 4 , 'ff I aig Marks works on the computer. Havens spends some of his free time in the greenhouse. 5 --ff-Qu, L-- JF y , 29.1125 H XX, F1 If , jf Jeff Glosup, Brooks Sullenberger, Mrs. Mattiza and James Buice put a puzzle together during a less-academic class period. as YN! E5 ower School Physical Education The Lower School girls set up for tumbling. U The Lower School boys put on a tumbling exhibition for parents. Shannon Gilbert does a beautiful hand stand R. N I ,wmfv , 1 5 0 . 1' My E 'Q I , Q , an 5 W. "' it ' ,KK i ..A i Q" if oo 4 i .Q , ., . . ,L , , f.',: ,Q A - 7 if lvl ff' ffl? :jg Q ' f . 'Ven the girls get in the BiddY Baskefball act- Elizabeth Higginbotham practices to be a Hawaiian Hula girl. ,i,A Wi Q, W-W X ower School boys go through tumbling and tire drills. Lower School Potpourri fs or ' 4 ug It it The new addition to the C.D.S. campus, the maypole, is a big hit with everyone. The Third Grade makes a visit to the Planetarium. 4 2 e n aayy , 5 ei efiipyff' 2 Z Ygggfa Sparks, wonders while Papa bear, Frank Massey, looks on. Scroggie. v was s ' in ' "Let's all go for a walk until the porridge cools," Mama bear, Jill I wonder where my porridge went," Mama bear, Susan- Hurley, suggests to Papa bear, Charlie Miles, and Baby bear, Billy r Trey Estes, Cliff McCain, and Robert Albers enjoy a apres- lunch chess game. The Sale The Sale,s best year yet! . . . hard work by many of the C.D.S. parents for r- many weeks before and during The Sale . . . big crowds waiting out front as early as seven-thirty . . . raffle sales, auctions, spe- 1 i ,ea i cial booths, and general bargains galore. The Sale draws a big crowd. Mr. E. Casstevan runs a special rocks booth at The Sale. Mrs. Albers and Mrs. Anthony, Sale Co-Chairmen, spend a few minutes clowning during the long, hard hours of work before, during, and after The Sale. -- 1 umm-.-11-nm-. -.u-1.1--rf A...-ws sm-fx f 'QQ 43,0 YMRAFNQE RT lyximinl pJuR55f'f, EIWWN 54:23 fr Gil ! H13 , ,IXMIMI Xi M ' NM W "Pb 2. 4t"'..,.,"v' Dixon surveys The Sale bargains. Mr. Miteff and Mrs. Parker run the Live Auction. EXIT ONLY sxnessf 'H Joe. Jfff fm 4. t stands at The Sale are always busy. I Ein!! iw.. fit' X M. ,ew ra Y v8 fit' L 1 rf V - 254.4 Jw x Q Trai - we "V - J ,Eff - 15. 'fm , Ri g is r "' f lf' o o 1 Trip Best snow in years . . . lots of accidents the first day . . . "Rodney broke another ski?!,, . . . "A, B, C, and F groupsv . . . great dinners . . . somores in the Senior girls suite . . . "I promise that we can get anyone down Houston!" . . . Thornton messed up her knee, but was skiing again by Friday . . . 'cA.B., are you sure you've got your Watch on now?" . . . Sen- ior sick suite . . . that long walk to and from the ski area . . . Miss Robinson's massages . . . "Debbie had six Cokes in five minutes right after breakfast?!" . . . Senior Wine and cheese party . . . Miss Robinson conquers Houston! The 1973 Ski Trip group. Ruthie Newberry, Margaret Thompson, Melissa Garrett, Lydia Cut- ter, and Michelle Tarride pose with their pride andjoy, the Senior '74 snowman. Matthew Malkan and friend take a snooze during the long bus ride home. ,M "" . latthew Malkan and Jimmy Stouffer ski off at the Midway Point. Y' ,iss ' Kim Pease races downhill in the Nastar to win a bronze metal. l ly e e fish!" Kelly Ryan tells Jay Whitson during an apres-skiing card game. 109 Caudids "Hey, Mrs. McClure, want to sign up for girls' basketball?" "Look at all those crayons!,' Kenny Fisher is amazed. ". . . and then we blew up all the people with this big bomb' Dr Dixon tells another one ofl famous put-your-pens-down,-it's-story-time. Qi 5 M xv 'Rv M 1 ww A . swam., 'P'-, s that you say, Joanne? . . . That's not nice, Joanne." Miss Robinson shows her ski instructor how to loosen up. ,W w1.,.,,., Vw, I 1 Q, Alex Beros imagines himself as a blow fish. if TQQQQ .. fyfi f A5 fx Mean hile As flood waters hit the Northeast, disaster follows. Le Duc Tho, Henry Kissinger, and other diplomats work out the Viet Nam peace agreement. S A9-W fr" ,I ' Wgmgiij -JfQ '? Q5 lchard Nixon and George McGovern hit the 1972 presidential campaign trail. x... L: 4:-,fg,1,f,,e- uf ., ,. , L 1, , - ,H if . l. .,,, Q Q' ,-'Gu-1 ' :A 2. 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Mate isn't Joanne Cassullo's cup of tea. "And that's the truth -- pbpbbbt!', John Wallace has an unusual way of expressing himself. Jungle Boy Blair lowers himself from his creetop habitat. "CheersV' "Spae!" Susie Bond checks it out. "Hi, Debbie!" "Cool it, David!" Harriet Harris catches up on her beauty sleep. va-"""" fs' 4 , A mi ff ? I is I if ' ffl? if 3 ,. I,-K X A. , y Q ' M-,, few f -- , f.: if Q KS A .ff- W1 .-.1 1' K I-.sexi is meant what I said and I said what I meantg an elephant's faithful Ulf Rosenquist tries to hatch his helmet. nym- fs. . e Freckles, eyes, ears, nose, and . . . mouth? Gwen? We ... Wav A i . 'S' A I E ,,,g 123 W ' 4. ,W 'asia f -' . E k.k.k ic, . 4f+wu4mmNMw1Ma.Qiq 1 . The arboreal Frank Stevenson goes "ape" over the Harvard Lampoon. it-if I sw, ,sf '15 Rodeo Robin dreams of her cowboy lovers. Dick Thompson sees the world through rose colored glasses. John Wallace "au naturel." Vational Merit Semifinalist . . . Europe with the Knechts . . Senior class treasurer . . . Yearbook business manager . . High Honor Roll . . . HThe Deadly Coelacanthw . . . Iazda . . . good at accents . . . 800 on American History .chievement . . . "Dick, if you're not a millionaire by the me you,re thirty, I'l1 be surprised." . . . rocking back nd forth . . . cataloguing his record collection . . . work- tl for McGovern . . . ranch in Oklahoma . . . last summer own at the Water Board . . . "Do you have your mon- ,f?" . . . always late . . . extra large briefcase . . . "But, Dr. Dixon, on page 320, paragraph 3, line 7 ,... " . . . entered in the sixth grade . . . thick glasses . . . "The stars, the stars ,... H . . . calcium deposits . . . Hmy empty space' . . . "Sealy, help me with this math." . . . 'cBring me a receiptf, . . . working the lights for Glee Club and Drama Club performances . . . working in the cafeteria . . . recipient of the Sewanee Award . . . "Mistah Sealy!" . . . imitation of General Patton . . . naturally tipsy . . . "Di-i-i-ck!,' . . . a study in radical change . . . logical explanations for everything . . . bright and witty. Jai! Thomas Richard Sealy III f'Lil' Dickern . . . varsity football, cross country, basket- leather jacket . . . 6'The Sword QLe Sabrel diedf, . ball, and track . . . "Make mine countryf, . . .The Drip- cowboy hat . . . B.B. King and the blues . . . Conr: ping Springs Reunion . . . writing songs and playing the Birdie in Bye Bye Birdie . . . 4'Lootellan', Cable in Sou guitar . . . "Let's go to the North Side." . . . pouty Pacific . . .Simon Zealotes in Superstar . . .will Parker expression when he's thinking . . . 4'When I get out of this Oklahoma . . . Glee Club drop out . . . controvers: place . . ." . . . California . . . Strip City . . . Robin . . . subjects and hot arguments. . . 6'That's a terrible waste Honor Roll, this year . . . "You know, Merle Haggard cement? . . . mixing Chuck Berry with Kris Krisoffersc wrote thatli' . . . "Hey, hairyll' . . . "Hot dog left!" . . . . . . front row tickets at concerts . . .wrestling and roll wants to write for Rolling Stone . . . "Deb', parties . . . derby fan. the Avante look . . . suddenly conscientious . . . old Maw Richard Hartwell i Thompson 4 E if :Z 1 B S 5 9 1 s rf' 5 Susan fl 5,1 Andrews Morgan i Sctsem Msfgon inning the bookstore for Dr. Dixon . . . Senior Class eerleader . . . hosting class parties at Possum Kingdom . long brown hair . . . asleep on the beach at Puerto .llarta . . . varsity field hockey and volleyball . . . bas- Eball manager and scorekeeper . . . "Claude and I wear same size pants now." . . . Tequila, the brave Dober- lin . . . class secretary injunior year . . . "Now how does t cheer go again?,' . . .Concho . . .Boo . . . sailing . . . rid Jeannie really call that bomb scare in?" . . . dicted to El Chico's food . . . "How many crackers did you eat this morning?,' . . . "Morgue" . . . Shawn Phil- lips's music . . . trips to Minnesota and California . . . "Now, Susan, when you get to law school, you'll be glad you took Civicsf' . . . Charlie One and Charlie Two . . . HI-Iola, Susanali' . . . slumber party after Cotillionjunior year . . . :'Let's go ride bikes. Meet you at Heights." . . . "Is the next game home or away?,' . . . C'Kitty, can I have the car?,' . . . never stops laughing once she starts . . . yellow and brown station wagon . . . para-sailing in Mex- ico . . . silent, knowing smiles. Susan Lee Bond im Quint 'cDig out!,' . . . silver Camaro . . . "Now wait a minute!" . . soap operas . . . Susie's house: Grand Central Station . . driving around . . . espionage . . . "Check it out!,' . . . "What's the latest juice?" . . . "Dead Frog Attacku i 'SSusie, darlin', come here a minutef, . . . Ladies' Night Espanol . . . "Y'all, I'm getting fat!" . . . L'Let's Out . . . "A tree ate my antenna!', . . . "Geer!" "Trying jack-in-the-Box." . . . "Come with me." . . . "jane, to stay alive and keep my sideburns toon . . . "Farm out, out and close the doorf' . . . "That hurt! That re hehe!" . . . "Oh, how greasylw . . . leader of exercises in hurt!', . . . "Come on over and listen to my new tape.' General P.E .... Mr. Right . . . "I'm going bananasln . . . . 4'Oh, y,all, it's the Heights attack on the golf course., "For love advice, call 732-13157 . . . the Three Mus- . Pusseycat . . . Puerto Vallarta . . . chocolate milk keteers . . . "There's a snake in my bed!" . . . "It's time to lunch . . . "She's in convulsions! No, she's sneezinglu dig the trailsf, . . . going to Mrs. McClung's . . . western "I just talked to Kathrin for an hour and a half." clothes . . . "Hold on, the other phone's ringing." . . . the Seba-Nil . . . "Quick, where are my glasses?', . . . "Ri intercom . . . one of the Energy Eight . . . ROK station . . crest was drained of all its water last night." lens Gunder Klokhoj EQJJ-is Lctolflmog lr. Clockwork" . . . staying and eating at Howard John- l'1's . . . 'CML Kilborne wants to see my vocabulary 'dsf' . . . squinting his eyes . . . The Washington Monu- 1nt Episode . . . "He,s not drowned. His clothes are dry. 's been sloggedf, . . . The Waiter in Madwoman . . . o, sanksf' . . . hard-rock-and-roll and blues fanatic . . . 'o they do that in Denmark?" . . . "Hey, jensg there's a nish movie in townf' . . . "Huppa Huppa!" . . .Chuck fry . . . the New Bluebird . . . the illegal pocket knife . . . third AFS student . . . "I don't sink so." . . . Tom's AFS brother . . . "Irma!" . . . "Jens Cluck-cluck' . . . broken finger . . . cole slaw . . . "Can I have an apple?" . . . dangerous with darts . . . "Let's run some more sprintsf' . . . parties at the Walshes, . . . "Baba?" . . . "Jens,would you like to rake some leaves?" "No, I'm better at shovel- ing snow." . . . getting pushed in the swimming pools . . . pounding out letters on the typewriter . . . aerograms . . . canvas book satchel . . . always laughing. 9 Tayloris Cadillac . . . Ladies' Night Out . . . bombing itls humid. You see, I have this body wave." . . . "Sc around . . . crushes . . . "Let,s hit jack-in-the-Boxf, . . . had another flat. Big deal!" . . . Yearbook marathon sa "Where's the party?" . . . first successful diet . . . sions . . . 4'Mrs. Bourke, I thought you was Dayle!" . "Deborah, dearheart, you're committing academic sui- HD. Bearn . . . bouncing on the trampoline . . . HT cidef' "Texas, here I come!', . . . "I'dlike acheese pizza number thirteen Stopper fitslu . . . Ski Trip . . . Hom Without the cheese." . . . Toll House chocolate chip able Mention in field hockey . . . 'COh, neat!" . . . prz cookies . . . "Bulldozer" . . . "I'm coming over." . . . Tree tiCal . . . POWClCr-puff Star . . . 'cOlga!,' . . . "He threwl Bum . . . faithful soccer game spectator . . . "Big of him, bicycle in front of my carll' . . . sincere . . . HHONEYV i5n't it?" . , , "Bath5heba!" , , , "Oh, vomit!" , , , a big . . "The tail lights are hanging out." . . .jock drop-out . smile that's always there . . . "I can't go to college where friendly amd O1ltgOi11g- w 1 -- - -1 l, Deborah i Blair l wlfiwirreary wwmtltewe m 5 Q9 W fmt, . my 2 W WM , ! 1 1 I 5 130 I Carroll Herndon Payne ll Q ipper-Chopper' . . . Frostie Root Beer . . . "But, is it . "I-lar-r-r!" . . . the discerning record freak: John Fahey, anic?" . . . "Physzacs?,' . . . Butterworth in Dracula . . Larry Coryell, and john McLaughlin . . . unwilling air- ational Merit Semifinalist . . . The Plucker . .. The plane pilot . . . radical, intellectual individualist . . . gpicker in Madwoman . . . earwig sandwiches . . . former football player . . . Stereo Nortons . . . "I get the iycle expert . . . hydroponics in the greenhouse . . . half that eats!" . . . cheese-and-cracker munchies . . .the oesn't that just make you sick?H . . . Red's at new goalie . . . honey and wheat germ before games . . . acham Field . . . 4'No mucous in walnuts, man." . . . "Have you ever heard of Frieda and the Firecats?" . . . sity soccer. . . 'cWho wonna seconda world war, you Georgy Tirebiter . . . "Oh, grope!" . . . Prince and smart?" . . . cryptic comments and private jokes . . . Samantha . . . 'CTaycher, taycher, . . " . . thirty-three bse status!" . . . expressive hand gestures . . . debate . . magnums . . . his flattop grew out. Joanne Loretta Cassullo i Mrs. Roosevelt and Oyster Bay . . . "Consuelo" . . . birthday parties with Tom . . . Europe with the Knechts . . . Cracker jack Fund keeper . . . Scorpion staff. . . "You laugh now, Adelaide ,... " . . . peanut butter fights . . . varsity field hockey, softball, and basketball . . . the New Yawk Mafia . . . "Consweatso" . . . Ladies' Night Out . . . "Want some Pepsi?', . . . junior Class cheerleader . . . Glee Club in sophomore and junior years . . . "Marian . . . posing in Susie's chair . . . playing the saxophone on a hockey stick . . . "Does anybody have a brush?" . . . Germ Cessullo y dependable poster maker . . . tuna . . . decorator ofl Lounge . . . "just leave it to me. I'll take care of-it." one of the Energy Eight . . . Marta and Enrique . . . pi mouth . . . "Would you like to polka, Mr. Avery?" Mushna . . . soap operas . . . author of the CPS playl "Take a picture of me!', . . . the vanishing clothing allq ance . . . helpful and sympathetic . . . Hlim never go steady again! What's his name?" . . . "You're disgustin . . . '4Well, if he doesnat love me, the other one does." Powder-puff star . . . Richard . . . creative and artistic. x ,ving cans in the Lounge for recycling . . . 4'Paper For 'eesw Man . . . football manager turned player . . . rsity soccer . . . "I saw red and green butterflies" . . . lating around Possum Kingdom in a tire . . . the bush it and the army shirt . . . dramajock . . . haircuts by his ther . . . always carries a clipboard . . . The Guardian ligel . . . UYou could walk on water in those shoes, atthewf' . . . working in the cafeteria . . . summer of 2 in Europe . . . spraying Nitrotan on his own straw- rries . . . 'Tm abstaining these daysf' . . . camping out . . Honor Roll - sometimes . . . Dr. Van Helsing in 'acula . . . 'Tye got the least bruises of anyone on the football team." . . . unusual soccer traps . . . "Who can fix the lights in the gym? Matthew climb that scaffolding!', . . . 'cWho has a truck we can haul papers in?" . . . Year- book in junior year . . . enthusiastic spectator . . . The Prospector in Madwoman . . . "Sconyeer" Calculus and Strozeski Physics . . . "Can I borrow your records to record them?" . . . C'You have come from the land of the tulip." . . . Servants of the People . . . rappelling and canoeing . . . original open campus list . . . Concepts with Mr. Noon . . . the omnipresent letter jacket . . . Bridge coat that makes him look like Napoleon . . . dreamer. Matthew Curtis Blair Robert Hart Kelly E I ZH One of the soccer captains . . . Paula . . . "Are you braces, aren't you?,' . . . Europe with AIMS . . . Sue B1 Allan?" . . . photographer . . .Scorpion staff. . . classical honey . . . trips to Padre Island . . . 'cBack at North 1 music and season tickets to the opera . . . National Merit Mount . . ." . . . "Son, you were going eighty in a for Letter of Commendation Winner . . . "Abu" . . . environ- zone, and . . ." . . . toenail trouble . . . red convertib mentalist . . . a former conservative . . . Rosencrantz and with a ripped back Window . . . 4'Why do you have yo' Guildenstern . . . soccer jock . . . union suits . . . 'cYou big brother's glasses on?" . . . "My little brother, Allan, . . .' stud, you." . . . four AP courses . . . g'Paula and I are . . "We're on a job for Smiley." . . . All-Conference going out for breakfastf' . . . "You're the one with the soccer. afz,wpZ!eZ-6 'winging on swings . . .Fm O.K. You're O.K. . . . visitors I her windows . . . "Rabbit', . . . McAllen letter sweater . . The Stonehenge Saga . . . champion gift wrapper at ox's . . . Possum Kingdom last Easter . . . traumas var- ty basketball . . . Diet Shasta Strawberries and TAB's . . numerous entanglements . . . "I want to go boogeying iis weekendf, . . . 4'Quit it!" . . . 'SI-low handsome you el" . . . Mr. Maddocks's CPS Computer Kitten . . . ft-spoken . . . 4'I'm depressed. Let's hit Dairy Queen." . . boys, boys, boys . . . old enough to vote . . . sailing. . 1 Karen Leslie Webb sift E 5 e oQ7G2 .giqvi il,-c 'ZNC Saturday picnics . . . "Let's drink a toast to October 12thf' . . .Tree Bum. . .Youth Chorale.. . "I can't help getting involved." . . . "Oh, Uggh!,' . . . picking flowers . . . field hockey manager . . . Gabrielle in Madwoman . . . worked for McGovern . . . left us for T.C.U .... smiling . . . 'iYou're so healthy!" . . . all-state band and choir . . . UNO, we broke up two months ago. Now Pm going out with . . ." . . . sensitive . . . big brown eyes and contact lens trouble . . . guitar duets with Robin . . . "I was so phased that nightf, . . . interested in people. ii National Merit Semifinalist . . . Naval Sea Cadets and a in the computer room . . . working in the cafeteria . trip to Annapolis . . . 800's on Math I and Math II "What a beautiful night for Amplexusf' . . . "No, no.I Achievement tests . . . "Ziggs", "Bargs", "Zargs,' . . . meltf, . . . varsity basketball . . . A. 84 M. vs. M.I.T. . Alpha-Two . . . cross country chief . . . 4'Do you want Aggie . . . three AP courses and Physics. . . math-scien bauxite ore in your backyard?', . . . most improved cross wizard . . . "That,s not funny, lady. That's just n country in junior year . . . Weird Yearbook inscriptions . . funnyf' . . . the White Settlement Warrior . , . "McBarg . ascot . . . half red and half white when he blushes . . . . . . making his own experiments in Chemistry . . .Hon computer . . . "Navy Davy" . . . Datsun truck . . . attack Roll . . . humming to himself. Dwalo David Eugene Briggs c 1anDACE!!!" . . . wildvvoman . . . Honor Roll . . . . . . future doctor . . . a regular at Cartoon Carnival wder-puff Football . . . UT-Austin . . . new addition to sessions . . . at Leito's in seventh grade and five years later dies, Night Out . . . "My parents are in Europe, so . . .U she shows up at CDS . . . conservative . . . crazy laugh . . . . '6Candy is either a little girl or a stripper." . . . g'Oh purple Cadillac . . . "Sconyeeer!', . . . Sergio Mendes . . . s!" . . . voluptuous redhead . . . "Let me see your mls that another private joke? I feel left out." . . . "Here ainli' . . . braving Bio II . . . math-science whiz . . . is your autographed picture of Johnny Nitzingerf' . . . vays well-dressed . . . cuffed, pleated pants . . . 4'The varsity field hockey . . . "Candy, weren't you here last tcher" in Bio II . . . fun-loving . . . the sensible feminist year?,'. W Candace Denise l Garner 137 "Peeze" . . . "Isn't my car sexy?" . . . c'When was the Panama Canal discovered, Kim?'7 . . . the High Hat and the Stables . . . hockey goalie . . . Kimmy Poo . . . c'Somebody notice. I'm being sensuous." . . . evil woman . . . Europe with the Knechts . . . Go-Go Girl of the Senior Lounge . . . ticklish neck . . . Doritos and hot sauce at 3:00 A.M .... boys, boys, boys . . . Henry, the Navigator, and his submarine . . . horse shows and the rodeo . . . "Mr. Strojeskiv . . . hot fudge sundaes . . . comments that take ten minutes to explain . . . "Daddy said he'd buy me a car if. . ." . . . unbelievable clothing allowance . . . unusual laugh . . . "Come on over to Herbieisf' . . . "You wouldn't believe - but this is wl happened - Wait - it was like this - but - I mean - tee he giggle giggle tee hee giggle . . . Tree Bum . . . "I don't3 it.', . . . Funky Chicken . . . fight with Dick and Tom Washington . . . g'What,s going on this weekend?" . babysitter at the Schrier's with Dean . . . street singer Madwoman . . . 6'Sleeze,' . . . Greek Waiters on the Ml jupiter . . . Vaseline Intensive Care . . . 4'Come on o' and swimli' . . . a friend in every state . . . Berry Jack-in-the-Box . . . Pancho,s . . . NDon't Worry, eve thing will look better in the morningf, ww? Kimberly Rae Pease I do all the work." . . . "the most expensive house on "Do we need to know the ten plagues?', . . . "Fraaank,I ie block" . . . Agatha, the Wonder Dog . . . Glee Club: have a sick headache." . . . gorilla burns . . . "Ork, ork, :sus Christ Superstarg the Professor in South Paczfcg ork!" . . . arguing about musicians . . . bowling at GSL . . Vinus, in Charlie Brown . . . Student Body Prez . . . the . nerf-ball . . . "Yomm!" . . . National Deviate Week . . . roker in Madwoman . . . "the butt of his own mor- Space Jump . . . "I have to run some errands for my ancy?" . . . going East next year . . . "Oh, hi!', . . .eating mother." . . . "Can I be stage manager?" . . . C.N.B. is friends out of house and home . . . Honor Roll . . . executive . . . Fridays at Budget Tapes . . . summers at riginal open campus list . . . records galore . . . Fleet- Kennebunk Beach . . . Eagle Scout badges. . . cynical but ood Mac, Boz Scaggs . . . varsity football and basketball not totally disillusioned . . . private jokes . . . Bathsheba . . "Is it time for sparts yet?', . . . the "Inertia-mobilev . music always in the background . . . grins and silent . National Merit Letter of Commendation winner . . . laughter. G' If Frank Earl Stevenson II 139 Edward Earl Cunningham 3 5 l i z l fide ' Granbury "redneck" . . . the Mustang . . . "Liz" . . .john Wayne movies, horror flicks, and Cartoon Carnival . . . "Eduardo" . . . "Have you seen Molly's picture?" . . . "You got an oxtail for your birthday?" . . . The Nutt House and Taco Bob's . . . varsity soccer . . . "How did you hurt your toe, Eddie?" . . . original open campus list . . . "Pm coming into town this weekendf, . . . "Robespierre!', . . . escaped from TMI . . . "Edvare Cunningdogn . . . It's A Beautiful Day, Steve Miller, and Alice Cooper concerts . . . disrupting Calculus and Civics classes . . . Osric . . . "I Want a squaW!" . . . "Just think, if Spain had conquered North America, we,d be speak Spanish novvf' . . . The jesus Restaurant . . . '4Aaaaay . . "Pm gonna call the program director of KTVT z complain about the dog cartoons!,' . . . "That's ct', s 'T' as in taco." . . . relaxed . . . '4Burger Doodle? Bur what?', . . . "Anybody want to go eat a pizza?" . . . Bl Faith, and Emerson, Lake, and Palmer . . . john Bi favorite . . . "We have fifteen policemen in Granb now." . . . ulmmaculate Conception University, her come!', . . . S'You,ll never guess my middle namef' . great sense of humor. Salem witch-hunts . . . UI-low much does a hair weigh? . . . half-hearted jock . . . ffwill the young lady in the blue and White car please slow down?,, . . . Brutus, the Great Dane . . . "Hey, Karen came to sehoollw . . . the diet plate . . . Madame Josephine in Madwomarz . . . 4'Mrs. Sanders, if you dug a hole and buried yourself in it, would you die?" . . . HDo I have my rollers?,' . . . always has her CPS done . . . trying to keep her cool . . . professional baby- sitter . . . UKaren, is that maniac still calling your mother?" . . . mothering her little brother . . . well- prepared for the future: subscriptions to bride magazines, a wedding dress, and a silver pattern. Karen Elaine Euclaly ag ' f 141 4 "Bug" . . . "Wilddog" . . . number twenty-one . . . a regular at Louanne's . . . sports jock . . . Western Hills dropout . . . 'cRonnie, what position do you play?', "Hacker!" . . . Coach '4Blood" Horne . . . "Powder what?" . . . "Chigger" . . . MSkeeter" . . . always in a mood . . . "Cold Booo? Where?,' . . . busted trunk . . . varsity football and soccer . . . "Ronald McDonald' . . . Honor Roll . . . "Is it Hernood or Hude or both?". . . "A 86 M, here I come!" . . . always hungry . . . catching passes on the field and throwing some in the halls .... math- science freak . . . Pearl Harbor brother . . . "Ho! What happening?" . . . celebrating after soccer practice wi butter rum lifesavers . . . All-conference in football . wild trips to Austin . . . always in the science building . "My chinstrap broke again. lim going to have to m another set of sprintsf' . . . locker room maid . . . "Tl just makes me crater." . . . "I was so phased last nightj . . "He , Merrill, this is Dee." . . . never comes in t Y n Lounge . . . "Pugsley" . . . open and friendly. l Ronald Dee Home ef' 4 .,. ' i Cathey e Lynn Ll Ward W' A916 1 :il , ,1 ,, t aaa -A ,v" i irrying on in the tradition of evil women . . .quiet . . . . . . sang "Out of my Dreams" in Oklahoma . . . body Vormy" . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation make-up . . . exotic boyfriends . . . "Mrs, Foster, my nner . . . "Whoops!!" . . . Monterrey Tech . . . "Defi- father has some new specimens, and . . ." . . . French with ely dig that hair!,' . . . very lady-like . . . knitting a Spanish accent . . . onion ring specials . . . carrying a -eaters, needlepointing, and crocheting . . .blind dates. clipboard . . . the carpet squares . . . computer dating Glee Club . . . playing the guitar . . . driving around . . . party . . . romantic flings . . . always curling up on the gars . . . Europe with the Knechts . . . cars galore . . . a floor for a nap . . . volleyball manager and scorekeeper . . ibba Hubba in South Pacijqc . . . "I feel good today!!!" . a Mr. Right Award - almost . . . shy and retiring? Cheryl Marie Thornton a Wir Elvis Presley fanatic . . . "Whois Mr. Kilborne?" . . . , , , Aff IA , , , always running late , , , 4'W3aaah!" , 3.tl1lCtlC . . . HTl1O1'11S8.VltCl1 l'1CI'C.,, . . . The Bomb . . . "Give me 3, CIQSG paraphrase, Miss Thgrnfgnf' , , , Alpentrek and lumberjack hiking boots . . . crackers for Sonations of 3 rabbit and 3 Sexy Chicken , , . "Rf-3a11y?'f lL111Cl1 - - - UPC recordings Of DY- DiX0UlS leCfUfCS - - - . contact lens fluid . . .in love with Espanol. . . terror uTh0mt0Vl-'H - ' ' HOblOn5kY Whoyi ' ' ' Hamburg Haven ' the backwards dances . . . c'Did you do your Calculousf . . President of the TWBC . . . Beethoven imitation . . . l n I Ninth Grade Class Party at the Boat Chlh D D l HY, point gfubbef - - - the gv-kart accident With Bobbi' - - - Cheatin' Heart" . . . rationalizing . . . Wild Woman Aw HGOOlD6f SlObl9CI'lH - - - MH and Pa - - -lOCkiUg UP the . . . Classic Comic Books and a massive collection Cracker Jack Fund - - - HC-an I borrow Your U9fe5?H - - - Cliffs notes . . . Washington Trip in sophomore year the Olily girl brave enough for PhYSiCS - - - HIS CLCZCAY, Computer Whiz . . . trouble with nail polish bottles 2 there?', . . . aviator glasses . . . duets with Paula on camp- ketchup bottles ' . . Varsity field hockey, Speedbau, h ing school . . . the polka-dotted railroad engineefs hat . . . hethah, and Softball. i wearing Betty Armenia buttons to school . . . 4'Thornzo!" oobsw . . . Arkansas . . . twin half of the blue vans . . . of the sink? . . . the old penny in the nitric acid trick . . . 2 of the three chief photographers of Flight '73 . . . ex-football manager . . . 'iWhat do I do now, Mr. lcup . . . "Where's my hat?y' . . . '6But officer, I am Wizard?" . . . "Sconyeer,' . . . Honda Mini Trail . . . teen." . . . saboteur of the tree . . . plankholder . . . Charley dog . . . "Bug offf, . . . i'Hey, hey, Boo-Boo!" . . lameda calling China Clipper . . Y' . . . one night near . Sailor boy . . . S'Looks like -- eggs." . . . math and science lgleg golf eeurge - Qfficer Brigco , , , the "Dorff Eat whiz . . . eyewitness on a tenspeed . . . "I can rake ten in llow Snow" patch . . . "Pd like a pizza to go and no my Carf, . . . HB0blDy, you're so cute!" . . . noted Zep- :hovies." . . . 'iMr. Projector Man" since Middle School pelin pilot , . . one of the rappelers . . . hauling papers . . . . 'cThat's the pits!" . . . "Big woo." . . . super skier , , , addicted to Cartoon Carnival . . . "What do you mean by m ner in the meed for you," , , , Orre of the Energy that?" . . . Washington trip . . . c'Tonight, lim going to go ght . . . 4'Bohhy, what's that yellow smoke coming out OUI and - . -M i Efblbliy DOW ing Robert Austin Dowling Gwendolyn Mercy Tilley W5 Wren M gig Qffwfw W. Q JWSGM-2' "Remember those tank suits we used to wear?,' . . . "Let me smell you." . . . Datsun . . . Godspell . . . Glee Club . . . "This year I can tell those Trinity Valley people what I really think of them." . . . "Tilt', . . . varsity field hockey, speedball, and softball . . . co-captain of the speedball team . . . "When I'm slim and sexy . . ." . . .Yearbook . . . hard boiled eggs . . . "Gwendoli Chili" . . . lots of freckles . . . "What's yo name?" "Rotney . . . Rotney Allen Wimpy" . . . working in the cafeteria . . . Penelope in Bye Bye Birdie . . . "The Beaverv . . . "Bee-bopv . . . swim- 146 ming pool . . . loud, enthusiastic spectator . . . cheerlea in the tenth grade . . . c'Hey, bebe!" . . . a regular c member who gets stage fright . . . high soprano . . . wa hands when frustrated . . . square glasses . . . "Fresh baby!" . . . "I havenlt bitten my fingernails in I weeks? . . . "Bobby, you're so cute!" . . . taming of "Tilley" at the end of tenth grade . . . "Gwen, play y positionf, . . . "Tildo" . . . terror of the hockey field bubbly and bouncy. famous party in the ninth grade and a New Year's Eve ah this year. . . debate . . . '4How many 800's does that ke for you, Matthew?H . . . contact lens trouble . . . istang convertible . . . varsity soccer . . . double knit its . . . KFJZ . . . sound effects records . . . Europe Zh the Knechts in 1970 . . . The Baron in Madwoman . . ipped a grade . . . 1972 Republican Convention in mi . . . '4Let me tell you pseudo-liberals the truth." . , 0774 . uMalcolm,' . . . "Hi, my name is Lee Randall. Would you like Mark E. Baby's autograph?', . . . Flash . . . 'gWho put all those cans in my car?', . . . a tree in the middle of the road in front of his house . . . National Merit Semifin- alist . . . "MathyewIH . . . Coup d'Etat and Stratego . . . Young Republicans . . . The Matthew Malkan "Grand Funk Railroadi' Theory . . . 'iVery touching." . . . always on the High Honor Roll. Matthew Arnold Malkan Brenda ZAWCZQZ3 ' Boys, boys, boys . . . blonde hair . . . Tree Bum . . . Holland Hall . . . "Jerry-Terryn . . . "Pm in love!', . working in the cafeteria . . . TAB fiend . . . famous art strange boys at Sherman . . . "No, I Want one Kool le? sketch of a cotton ball . . . "Why is Brenda asleep over in . . . Benbrook stomping grounds . . . grey furry coat the corner?" . . . HI Want you to put this in your notes, "Cuddle up, it's cold down here!" . . .German with IN Brenda." . . . quiet, soft, sweet . . . "Brender" . . . varsity Knecht and John . . . secret conferences in the Lounge basketball . . . one evening in the London House . . . sick . ."It's been two weeks. So much has happened." . little beige Volkswagen . . . gymnastics jock . . . "Cnc:-1 blind dates that turn out for the best . . . artistic. upon the vaulting horse . . ." . . . last year on the trip to Barrister E 5 3 1 r 5 Q 'rom the darkroom of ARK" . . . varsity soccer . . tional Merit Semifinalist . . . Europe with AIMS . . Ere you Robert?" . . . Mr. Amherst . . . "Spam! !" . . . "I iell cookies on your breath? . . . photographer . . rorpion staff . . . telepathy in Biology II . . . cold morn- s in Arkansas, Colorado, and the Big Thicket . . mpton-Kelly chess tournament . . . four AP courses . . rriet . . . union suits . . . almost never in the Lounge . . Allan Rowan Kelly We . "Abu" . . . always ducking around corners . . . Dr. Jadin in Madwoman . . . once he starts laughing, look out . . . changing clothes right before Mr. Smith's math class . . . "Remember Ruffino Stadiumlv . . . "Pass the libido sauce." . . . "See what WRR's playing." . . . '4When Allan and I met he was sliding across the gym floor with his shoes on." . . . tempermental intellectual in a cowboy hat. E .J 4'MooseM . . . Flight '73 Editor . . . H1 just started a new A.M .... 4'Where are the photographers?', . . . raccc dietf, . . . diet Shastas and tunafish for a week . . . late coat . . . 'CI donit know how 1'11 ever get this done." night study sessions . . . 'cpositeeven and Hnegateevew . . . "Dr. Dixon, please slow down." . . . 'AI have the wc "Charlie" . . . Munn's Famous Lasagna . . . "That,s all I luck!" . . . Munn's Bomb gets cold when itis 95 degr need -- another ticketlw . . . ul-las the TAB man come?', . outside . . . always arguing with teachers . . . "I ruined . . hockey bruises in weird places . . . Hltls a foghorn! No, watch againf, . . . a Lounge keyholder . . . hockey goal it's Charlotte blowing her nose!" . . . A.P. History . . . . . 'GI-low are you going to vote, Charlotte?" . . . "Cl going to see Mrs. McClung . . . "Mama Munn" . . . HSpell lottc, you're a whole year older than me!', . . . 4'Do it," . , . one of the Energy Eight , , , Honor Roll , , , have to?" . . . HCan we put this book off till next weel Chocolate cake . . . Chody . . .Munnls Bomb . . . Bubba , , . . . original open campus list . . . responsible, practif . "Chuck" . . . twice to Trinity . . . UWhere are my keys?f' understanding, and very organized. . . . volleyball . . . to bed at 6:00 P.M. and up at 2:00 Charlotte l Kittrell Munn 744,07 te of the soccer captains . . . "Waldo,' . . . 4'Ten times .o's still zero." . . . waterbed . . . varsity cross country, ccer, and track . . . sailing at the Boat Club . . . Franklin nell . . . "Dear Dr. Whiplash ,... " . . . the ski devil in Enge pants . . . parties at joe Garcia's . . . UPlease, sir, xuld you like to buy a Wallace Street Cuide?'i . . . 4'The nzi' . . . 4"Seonyeer'? You mean 'Sonier'!,' . . . "Bill .rtisn . . . a Dual turntable and a Marantz tuner . . . wld Doc Wallace" . . . a million and one hats . . . road ns . . . "Don,t follow the balls when they make the -eet." . . . "Guten tagf' . . . "But, officer, I didn't touch lohn Lee Wallace Ill that manhole coverf, . . . CDS,s pole vaulter . . . 'cThe nearest planet to our solar system next to Alfa-Romeo . . .H . . . the Willman Poultry Company shirt and Gertrude, the chicken . . . faded Levis . . . '4Come on over and play some poolf, . . . "My mother actually cooked dinner last night." . . . reciting Nick Danger . . . Aramis man . . . tiny handwriting and narrow-lined paper . . . walking like Groucho Marx . . . Leito's and Royal Crown Hair Relaxer . . . private jokes and caustic comments . . . early decision at Tulane. aj, fm flee, CM 3z9UHQUU5f WQQJCHQWUL 566691 ffdftri Lowifetiqj 044, l Harris i Harriet fiom tlt DES' l owe Zswfwi oi Q me Lu 6 U be mtl 50445 fy 1 6M W yawn JLUMLOL z HI-Iaji" . . . picnics that turn her porch into a disaster area Glee Club . . . "Bully!,' . . . Raggedy Ann . . . Minocta . . . . field hockey manager . . . Banff School of Fine Arts. "Mrs, Harris, I want to use your phone." . . . Bot . . Joni Mitchell's music . . . Servants of the People . . . upstairs . . . visiting Harry in New York and Elatia inf drama jock . . . affinity for Bulldogs . . . a Mercedes Francisco . . . man-eating chair . . . "Oooooh!" . . . "T replaces the deadly Vega . . . addicted to Diet Dr. Pepper is my mother's.', . . . trash mashers . . . parties on the sl . . . the Sanguinet house . . . ceiling fans . . . "Oh, ofthe moment. . . "Where are you from, Harriet?" . Canada!" . . . playing the guitar . . . "If I hear one more Madame Josephine in Madwoman . . . "Spacejurnp!H . time h0W lim like mY Sister, - - -H - ' - Gratefu1Dead H1161 the green elephant pin . . . "Don't tell Robert. I'11 . . . li Aliee Cooper C0UeeftS - - - Holi, bf0'fheflH - - - HDO YOU status!" . . . closed circuit television at TCU . . . patie have your key, Harriet?" . . . just loves little kids? . . . 152 lf's American brother, '72-'73 . . . varsity football and asketball . . . sailing . . . Mono Kid . . . basso profundo . . deer and dove hunting . . . always busy on weekends . . . Hey, I got a great new jokef, . . . Riviera . . . ski ithusiast . . . UOut at the ranch . . ." . . . Caiaphas in xperstar . . . the heroic punter . . . German Shorthaired binters . . . chocolate chip cookie fiend . . . Europe with me Knechts . . . i'With a goat?" . . . winking at the girls in ass . . . "Pm going to Weatherford Junior Collegef' . . . Jutlz Pacific . . . HI-Iey, thereis a hockey game tonightln . about the . . f' . . . hosting the computer dating party junior year . . . UNO, Mary, you can't have the carf, . . . working in the cafeteria . . . his voice carries a mile . . . "Christmas Tree Forts" . . . "My old lady . . .', . . . picking up hitchhikers . . . "I got a questionf, . . . "What do you mean he's dating sisters?" . . . riding with Agnew . . . The Sergeant in Madwomarz . . . knee injury and crutches . . . "When my big brother, Paul, was here . . ." . . . carefree . . . 'cBoy, do I have it rough." . . . a real he-man . . . full of wild, funny stories . . . "Back at . Ujugwhat? . . . summer job at the Arco station . . . Ridglea Hills . . ." . . . Una . . .Planning a takeover of The :rucking around" . . . "Dr. Dixon, did you hear the one Philippines with Bo . . . easy-going and optimistic. Q If ,M77 1 James Glynn Stouiffer, Ir. Ulf Henrik Rosenqvist One of the soccer captains . . . athletic . . . 4'The Cow- boyv . . . A Prospector in Maclwoman . . . bets with Debbie on soccer games . . . YFU . . . Honor Roll . . . Swedish goat roper . . . "Elini, "Wolff "U.L.F.', . . . "Do you miss Sweden?" . . . golf, soccer, and football . . . trying to speak with a Texas twang . . . "I want to go on the Ski Trip? . . . "Aw, thatis so stupidf' . . . "Go, big Swede." . . . "A Swede is a Norwegian with his brains knocked out.', . . . haircuts . . . red as a beet when he blushes . . . 'fl-Iow do you say . . .H . . . "How many gold medals did Sweden win this year?" . . . "How many times i Q E I l S 5974! lvf did you go to the rodeo?', . . . f'U1f, do you know wl 'grounded' means?,' . . . letter jacket . . . Big Macs, I Peppers, Milk Duds, Mexican food, and banana splits . A's in Calculus . . . commendation slip in English vocabulary . . . '6Golden Toe Ulf Roseyfootn . . . t forty-three yard field goal and a scholarship offer frc Wichita State University . . . Iimmy's brother . . . cottc candy-fine hair . . . thinks and dreams in English . All-Conference in football and soccer . . . f'Swedf naturally." .ezzzlie!" 'AI hate to be called Lezzzlief' . . . tame irties . . . varsity speedball, field hockey, and softball . . rolleyball this year . . . Europe with the Knechts . . . a W bus that matches Bobby's . . . last summer at Tincup ith Fran . . . trouble with customs inspectors . . . Glee ub regular . . . Bye Bye Birdie . . . South Pacijqc . . . klahoma . . . jesus Christ Superstar . . . Patty in Charlie 'own . . . Godspell . . . faithful yearbook staff member . "But, Mr. Adams, you have to accept my artistic lay- it. Let me explain it to you." . . . watching old movies . SLIM 3 . . ski Trip co-captain of the speedball team "Leserlie,' . the immortal door knocker . three year cheerleader . one of the original shags . . . plankholder . . "Potatum" . , . All-Conference in hockey . I behind yooouuu!" . Honor Roll . . . 'SI feel so deprived I don't have a middle name." . . . fouled out of the speed ball game with Casady . . . bakes the best bread t e alto section ninth grade . . . . . student council representative in the knitting . . . overalls. agp., X' l 1 Leslie Tatum Robin Karel y Broolcman 73 Qiaw "Brock-o" . . . dramajock . . . Julian and "Harlequins" . . in the woods or on porches . . . "I'm depressed. Letis P . National Merit Letter of Commendation winner . . . the DQ.', . . . simpled out . . . phone calls at midnight . Hong Kong Restaurant . . . Nellie, the nurse, in South trips to NTSU . . . 4'Sis', . . . messy, lived-in room . Pacijqc . . . "You backed into your mother's station always Wearing jeans . . . Countess Aurelia in T Wagon again?" . . . plankholder . . . bruises easily . . . Tree Madwoman of Chaillot . . . Willing to listen to problelr Bum . . . The Mr. Right Award . . . Woman's lib . . . hot . . high soprano . . . Oh What a Lovely War . . . gymnast spiced tea . . . Honor Roll, usually . . . director ofDracula jock . . . "You've come a long way, baby!', . . . "Hi . . . Wart and Gypsy . . . little, baby blue Fiat . . . long school madness!" . . . "He loves me. He Wants to man dresses . . . playing the guitar . . . feline glances . . . likes mef' . . . barefoot. to go choppin' . . . Europe with the Knechts . . . picnics ie ofthe soccer captains . . . always head of something. High Honor Roll . . . soccerjock . . . Charlie Brown . . . arly birthday party with Joanne . . . '4Bathsheba!H . . . 'ama Club . . . "Bind, . . . Butter . . . Europe with the iechts . . . Editor of Scorpion . . . wildman at Trinity . . wo first place trophies at Trinity for writing and liter- y magazine . . . "Leatherjock,,' "Leatherdog," "Leat- rheadn . . .Joni Mitchell . . . National Merit Semi-Final- . . . . tutoring . . . dog shows . . . peanut butter episode Charlie Brown . . . the President in Madwomarz . . . ew Pot in South Pacific . . . the Doctor in Dmcula . . . sus Chris Superstar . . .OleIt1l1omtz. . .Bye Bye Birdie . . Thomas Shawn yy Leatherbury u I . color blind . . . College Avenue Ice Cream Shop . . . the SS Carribbia . . . c'Chives', . . . late night cheese and cracker sessions . . . American brother of Jens . . . "I think I flunkedf' . . . "Whois that climbing out the win- dow of the Lafayette I-Iotel?,' . . . yogurt . . . "What za buzzn . . . Godspell . . . tactful. . . "Boot it,Tom!" . . . Spring SPC of '70 and Leatherbury's not in his room!?! . . . Middle School parties on the sun porch . . . "Dere wuz a moon!" . . . "Let's circle it up, ball clubf' . . .respon- sible, industrious, organized, and patient . . . sitting next to a weird man during Ike and Tina . . . "What a beautiful pose, you handsome dude!', . . . All-Conference in soccer. 157 Alpentrek . . . varsity hockey, basketball, speedball, and that another joke about my nose?" . . . "Mr. Adan volleyball . . . dark tan . . . "Molly Snail and the Mucous what's 4vd'?" "That's usted, Molly." . . . polka - dottf Trail" . . . "Toad" . . . "You mean our art sketches were nails . . . wake-up parties at the Pancake House . . . due today?" . . . "Mrs, Byrd, why can,t I play?H . . . can't believe I,m here doing this." . . . "Ya'll are "Eduardo, give me my pictureli' . . . always carries two queer!" . . . same birthdate as Eddie . . . trips to Mexii purses . . . helping Susan with the bookstore . . . "Pm with Susan . . . sat next to groovy people at the Ike ai grounded againf, . . ."Look, Thorton, if you vveren't so . Tina Turner Revue . , . Tree Bum . . . trying to igno . ." . . . "Oh, I hate her!" . . . crackers and chocolate milk teasing . . . "Can you take me home?,' . . . "Molly Bod, . . . Possum Kingdom last Easter . . . the early curfew . . . . . "Did they lock you out of the house again, Molly?', "Munn, your car is so . . ." . .. "O.K., I'll be quiet." . . . . Doritos and hot sauce . . . "Susan, will you cut n "Did they teach you that at Southwest, Molly?" . . . "Is hair?,' . . . in training to be an evil woman. M7 Molly Ann Todd f I I ' 4 13 I 1+ V5 ie Capper Matching Service Qui-Iave I got the girllboy ran over another tree yesterday." . . . "I-Io! What's hap- r you.,'Q . . . Linus in Charlie Brown . . .comes to Glee pening?" . . . 'iCf2cZ01135+'3X'Z2X" . . . study sessions . . . ub because of Cynthia . . . sports jock: varsity football, "Wilddogn . . . football tri-captain and basketball co-cap- sketball, and track . . . hard-working . . . locker room tain . . . 4'The General" . . . Friday nights with Stauffer aid service . . . big family . . . makes Bible History class buzzing down Horne Street . . . tall tales . . . brief bathing are interesting . . . campaign for Student Body Presi- Suits , , , number twenty-two . . . 5'Mr. Kilborne is going nt last year . . . eloquent speaker . . . All-Conference in tO kill me," , , , writing themes in the locker room , . . a Otball - - . HAW, Cl1HF,S the WOrSt I've ever heardll' . . . regular at Louanne's . . . powder-puff football coach . . . That ain't got class." . . . B.M.O.C .... sexy dancer . . . :Big Brgthefn , , , uninhibited and modest, Dayvid" . . . "Mr. Straight" . . . rubbing alcohol . . . "I M95 David Paul I Ol'1I1 Capper iii! l ol'111 Leslie lVIcClung A pantry full of Dr. Peppers . . . Europe with the Knechts driving Agnew around Dallas . . . .ILM license plate . . . . one of the Energy Eight . . . a "dirty old man" . . . the "Officer Briscoe Escapadel' . . . "John, is your hoi Trinity wildman . . . Chateaubriand . . . business trips . . . ever going to be finished?" . . . Indian Creek Apartment flashy dresser . . . white Firebird . . . "Down at the farm, . . . a budding gourmet . . . heading East next year? . . ." . . . plankholder . . . a radio and a television for the Z.Z. Topp's music . . . "I promise that I,ll print yr Lounge . . . Ski Trip . . . '4Keep on truckin!" . . . one of pictures this wcekendf' . . . Nick Danger, Third Eye . the Three Musketeers . . . Neimanis . . . Yearbook photog- one of four New Year's parties . . . going to the coro: rapher . . . numerous phone calls from Europe . . . tion of Richard I . . . Young Republicans . . . a gracic Walkie-talkies on the way back from Arkansas . . . "I've host . . . "l-look a Louieli' . . . Chinese fire drills . been getting some bad looks because of my hair." . . . Trinity Award for Excellence in photography. E E ,E S 5 5 l ' E Laura Anseth Barber J-of-'A bmi tional Merit Semifinalist . . . sarcastic comments about quiet . . . "Where,s my purse?', . . . breachy, sexy voice . . ks and coaches . . . came in seventh grade . . . braving . a walking dictionary . . . fair skinned . . . gray jumpers . . n II . . . Honor Roll . . . "Have you gotten your license . Women's Lib . . . Robinson's fan . . . "Very well, . . fi . . 1, Laura?', . . . high soprano in Glee Club . . . "Bauba" . opinionated . . . 'gMiss Barber should have something to "Isabauba" . . . General P.E. . . . accident at Possum say about this point." . . . "That's disgusting!" . . . occa- gdom . . . feminine . . . reads a lot . . . long cloak. . . sional party-goer . . . original open campus list . . . really rking in the cafeteria . . . "What's for lunch, Laura?" . knows her Bible History . . . a regular at lunchtime "Daddy said he won't let me read that bookf' . . . TV-watching sessions . . . coy smiles. iii F rf X S 5 M Q. 1s T' 5 E if -is 9 94 5 is E F in a K fb . '55 72 5 EQ ?t A fa x 1 K fi Y E ii S za E C' if tt. SX ll Albers Douglas Arnoult Lee Bass ". . . and you nccd a shave!" General Robinson nudges the troops int Boardman Robert Bond Brian Bowden into line. 101 Butz Debbie Conner Bob Cruikshank Lydia Cutter Webster Dean Tom Fitzwilliam llam Fried josh Fried Melissa Garrett Paula Ghormley Tommy Hanley Sarah Harris Mark Isbell A Camille Kemp Adelaide Kline Lizabeth Lambert "Do you like my freckles?', wonders Margaret Thompson. Melissa Garrett is caught in one of her friendlier moods. Cary Laughlin Charles Lundelius Mary Ann McBridi Quentin McGown Cassandra Ora Beth McMu.lle McDonough si We 5 ....-:gl Webb tries to absorb her French two minutes before a test. me Purvis Nancy Ross Elissa Sanders Man Jean Morgan Ruth Newberry Merry Perry John Stanley Mary Stouffer ein lvf ith 2-...a Josh Fried, John Stanley, and Adam Fried use their studyhall to study!!! 'Y'-FV annon Sweeney Michelle Tarride Margaret Thompson Kerry Webb Robin Whitson Lisa Williams 165 mzvamxainswm f ff 4 E E fi 2 S .E Q 'H , 5 ,XX Mig, M iw f .ff If gf Ly K 4 Acola 4' Cove Anderson Katy Bahan Alex Beros wggy ET Mr. Balch gives Caleb Boone some last minute instructions for Charlie Brown, 415 Elf Schutts and Kathy Bahan deliver cakes for the A.F.S. Caleb Boone Gary Clayton Na! li f f Cruikshank Bee Dowling Jim DuBose David Exstrom Tom French 167 W' if 'S ws-A if .tt Eine 4'Y'all Clon't take a picture of me!', protests Maxine Acola. Chuck Fugitt Cindy Goldsmith Jay Hageman 1 i 'E V -. , V I John Hendricks Dwight Horton Cindy Kelly 1' yrrrrrr y riry riirrr M yyyy 1 K T EE. V ,ENCI , r..rQ C, ,,rLrr .. K E,Vh r Studying diligently? Would you believe Kelly Rowan and P Morris? X 1 Cheslea Kemble Carla Kemp Peter Morris Bill Murray Bill Nolan Carla Olin ., x x .f N -5 ,,,. up -, ,x vw Pig J v.if'Y"" ,.. 4? vt XY N 1 O'Neal Margaret Penn Kelly Rowan Christie Rutland Mary Schutts Anita Sweeney ji. Taylor Ann Tilley Mimi Ward .Ll qw Ann Tilley concentrates better with Super Bubble Gum. Ware Tim Wentworth Kelly Young f' Q w Q JE 'fi is r L uusfmwgyf ' ll 4, 2 ll i'Look, Miss Schutts, work on your pro- nunciation," advises Mr. Avery. 16 Mr. Will Stansbery student council Cindy Slayton co-sponsor. Freshman year was: "You soccer Math anybody have any gum?" . . . "Crunchy Granola again?' . . . "You call that food?" . . . splash fights in the river . . . "Hey, somconels boot is in the fircll' . . . "What vocabulary test?', . . . taking History notes . . . 4'Are there any parties this vveekend?H . . . g'Can I have a ride?" . . .breaking test tubes in l.P.S .... "This stuff is Mickey Mouse." . . . UI can't climb thatlw . . . Rive Gauche Spree among the girls . . . Freshman girls are misplaced in Wichita . . . "Not another class meeting!" . . . "Wherc,s the candy?,, . . . running the concession stand this year . . . Drivers Ed. in the Spring. . . "Class spirit? Whatls that?,' . . . Big Bend for the second time . . . human pincushions in Big Bend . . . no baths for a Week . . . first year to go on the Ski Trip . . . Backgammon, a new Freshman sport . . . Seniors '76, aw w 5 u wx 'Q U I i vw , , ., Q. , cy Aguilar Susan Albers Ben Anthony Ann Barber Mary Blair Bobby Brentlinger Billy Buck 1-0 F S M A " Al 1 A 1 Lee Anne Butz Adams helps Cindy Slayton, Billy Buck and Jack Horton with a problem. Kevin Capper Chris Chambers T Chilton Melanie Clayton Suter DuBose Cathy Edens Steve Eisner l Kim Fortson Dan Foster Phyllis Hageman Carmyn Hall Jack Horton ' af Q aa. W i , V Peyton Hughes Biffjoslin ,I l .f l Xa,-.I, K .X ,. , S " X v ,wg . llll S 1 37 W s o 6-E , L., MJ I . ., kf,l..,m,5',1 ,,., Q .fa 1 P if asf SS ,a- K K ,X 2. 1- . -1 -'xi 5 -': :- G: " ,.v,..M,,,.ikiQnQ l Colleen Kleuser Pat Kneer Susan Sherwood, Cindy Slayton, Phyllis Paulsel and Susan Albers play chess? Q Rudd Lon Mark Maberr Ho e Malkan W att Mattiza Mike McBride Louis Naham g Y P Y h Newberry Mike Nolan Claire Chilton doubts Mary Blair and Hope Malkanls word in class. d Nowlin Phyllis Paulsel Kelly Ryan Susan Sherwood Cindy Slayton Bill Stanley Fl A .5 Diana Tarride Scott Tatum .x X l l Q5 'n Capper begins to sweat as Hope Malkan moves in. Bruce Weilepp Mitch Wynne Tammy Webster 1 J ? rf Qi ,A 55 xi Q5 Q 2 x. I E 2 ,. Q l is ! E C' T' 'Z 5 2 F 2 ZS. 4 S 5 E , 5 2 i Q m , M.,, m,.- A... M.. ..,m.,,.. .M , W ,, M . M. -, ,n. -. , W 1 iii . ,,, ' 5 X . NSE 2,4 ,QQ - abeth W11118mS cons fi 'aff-av' fa' 4 Gary Knight Gwen McGrew Wade Meeker Jill Miller Kenny Miller Huck Newberry Mike Olcott Judy Olin John Wilkin, John Sanders, Aaron Siegel, and Alan Goodrich seem engrossed in the Computer David Parker Tom Purvis Win Ryan john Sanders Janice Settle Shelly Seymour Aaron Siegel Lynne Steed 176 Sweeney and Aaron Siegel take Middle School football films. Amy Stevenson Stephanie Steves Erin Sweeney Tarride Lisa Team Kelly Thompson Kristin Weilepp Peter Whipple .l0nafhaU Whifsfm A fe fvw f J f ff in Wilkin Elizabeth Lynn Williams Williams Judy Olin, Elizabeth Williams, Janice Settle, and Stephanie Steves George Young Tim Zay intently watch a Middle School football game. -.-.rv ' V V, L ,Q K X24 4'5Y?i'3'f L K " W - SL W s53QQ?f TM L E3 'QM mv X M-was x - '. I lf mv iff 1 ' fi gf- Q z 1 L 2 if . Nw 'fi fi h hz L If , L , W2 4 ,Q -- ., , , L 1-, , Wh fwf 5511222 I ' Mm' KW. a If ' 'Q Wfifr -f?Q1H?Q4:-QA ff" 'f'f'iZTYT' -1 , fa Q W'J'7- we1wxse,a5- 1-W ff H L , M f QL ,- f- LL . f -M-WM-W ffiyqwggg -' 4: 'Y ' ' L ?5"F- . ry f- - x fglifigf A3 2 3 f 'nf -Vi W-X.-. L L 3 Q ' ffL'T"'1 A- ' iiiryif FLW! kfdii' ftflff ljw2:,,.f ,L,' tv, A, 1 q-v,-43' ' ' 137229 , L - fiiiyyfiit' l' 25siq5?f1-4 - iff , - A f . A L WXX,g,, 5w mwmm W X x I . L V, L, I L.,AL, 7 ,. K L " vffwvww - Af -2+ . - . -........,--Q - fi E Burnie Western, Craig Marks, Alicia Rattikin, and Elizabeth l Elizabeth Hudson Robert Hundlcy Dee Kelly enjoy performing in Spanish. Muriel Knccht Scott Landers Janet Maberry George Saperstein and Lynn Cruikshank engage in conversation. Ross Maclclocks mgela Mallick Chris Mallick E Sl i, ix Craig Marks Karen McCain Mimi McGrcw Ken MCKCHZR3 Laura Miller 180 l nys 33' chelle Miteff Scott Nowlin Susan Olcott David Olson Naomi Payne Alicia Rattikin F' as ,L :fi 'K 1 'E , x z , 'YQ 2 ff fi ' " -X l 64 1 xy? th Runyon George Saperstein Greg Slayton ' ' iiii ',,N . , 13 if I ' 4? ' 'as 2' V V. , 2 - jgwiyg Q wx 5 I , KR .. , 5 Y W 1 lv-14: x-14-54' X57 U V is is A 51' a " , Snyder Susan Steed Kim Vincent aheth Beier, Susan Olcott, and jennifer Chambers stion each other in History Class. X ..- Mr. Baker assists Mimi McGrew with a problem. Pat Walsh Burnie Western Tim Williams Q fl 92 55 H! if Q 5 -Q 2 E Fi n? 2 K. ii tha Anthony Angela Atlley Carolyn Balmn james Buice ljctlm Cullum David Corley Lgutler John Dalce Laura Eudaly Marsha Harrison Susan Hart Mrs. Mattiza puts Bryan Wagner on the spot. es Herd John Hetrick John Hodgson Randall Hudson Jimmy Innis John Ivey HWhat happens ifl ...... ?,' John Ivey wonders. i t g y My -ffl Vance Lambert Katherine Mack Bret McAden X Alden McKay Karen McKenzie George Mercer John Hodgson, Dwight Webb, Alan Settle, and Bret McAden show that English does not have the same effect on everybody. Bill MOf1'lS Leslie Neal Wade N0WllU Julie Parker julia Ryan Andrea Saperstein Edmund Schenecker Alan Settle 184 .cy Shaffer Lee Shoemate Karen Sloan Broocks Sullenberger Pat Sweeney John Thompson l Jan Wagner Dwight Webb Simone Webb To understand or not to understand is the question for Vance Lambert, Jeff Glosup, Jimmy Innis, James Buice, and james Herd. Angela Western Laura Wilkin Tad Wilson piness for Wade Nowlin and Randall Hudson is a successful Doug Woodson Sherman Young Eeriment. S T2 5 H Il E 3 5 is 3, 22 5 1 lv 5 Q Q, 'Si , 2? 1? J S 2 5 x ix I if makes it melt, Mr. Bloch?', asks Billy Runyon. W4 40 nbeth Cutler Lynn Day Debbie Deen Katherine Baldwin Pam Barker Steve Berry M-as Robin Blumberg Jan Buckler Sharon Buice Butcher Jon Carr Brad Corbett Melissa Corpening Bill Cowan Don Cruikshank Clinton Hardy Tave Harvey Marc Herman David Herr Lauris Hillard Pam Hodges Priscilla Hodges Ric Hyden Buddy Judd The Fifth Graders prepare for their yearly mug shots. Whit Kelly Billy Kilborne Jerry Lamensdorf Lisa Landers Jeff Maddox Holly Martin E 2 1 LA U U mu N fx , Q' I S , "vw, In .. 2515 f .-. Q.. ,k v ,,. -.nw 'Q K 1 'M , X f ' f H , 4 Ruth alias Parker ,Q .wmv W, 'fs . Q A .. +A-M wp-Q .,.1f I ' a x - . ., 4 ws " . Q k . . Q, -X 'xxwx '.:' . 'Sv-fL'?2i' 4? -.we . si 3 5:37 3,3 :air-gina el 4 Q 1- .,A- ,V -as wa Wav 4' 5 24 4 5 Q wmwmww Lmwwim .,. .W-+ f ,WM ,Mi W- W ,, . ' if 5 5 J W Q u. lyley Lambert ponders. 8 aa Adelaide Andrews Matt Anthony Larry Brown Michael collum Martha Cox ,ff gli: AZ' T,.!7.::1,ff'3flpQfl,ylw ax' ,A, A i' :bra Dake James Davis Lisa Fortson "May l help you?,' asks Cathy Sue Horton. Lk James Garner Shannon Gilbert Lexi Kay Harrison Dezann Hausenfluck Carl Henderson XF tt y ee i W LLLL . , ,H . " f The Fourth Grade girls write . . . and write . . . and write. Elizabeth Cathy Sue Horton Frasher Hudson Higginbotham X Brodie Hyde Craig Kelly Joan Kelly Frances Kilborne Myriam Knecht Todd Kolba Hayley Lambert Adrienne Lipscomb Lisa Mack Michael Mallick jennifer McGrew Lauri McKay Dan Tatum faces his moment of truth - a test! Q 2 L di y Milner jay Nowlin Trey Plankey Martin Robbins Clayton Sampson lly Schreier john Scoggins Shawn Stovall Dan Tatum - '...,.,, I tb gy , ., 5 'K Nr. is L1 3 1 t is 'ii' 5 2,6 f 7. V61 ,- -1' Q. ' F' 1: rv 11' f i Todd Kolba is very suspicious of the Tilley Richard Van Trump Sissy Wagner Claire Walker photographer. Webster Nancy Whitson I' N Qt Yu. X fi .K I 715 S I is 4 , ,,.. ,,ik i V, i. V 1 , . 4 A , Z . i V, . 'g fgi ' -'5' -A' g' " Ki., ww! V -. -A A "" '1' " ' 7 'K ., Q '1' ' ie'f.'i ,. il W M ., 1,5 V 1' if L' V ff if T1 ' ',,, ,sae X "How do you find a word you can't spell?" Lisa Fortson asks Elizabeth I-ligginbotham. he 1-- k.,43,,. pa. I.. A 'L if ,ar N -2. W'1'?: 1 CQMSQEQ , 4 f 1- fr ESQ: lf ,gi Ai Aguilar Robert Albers Mark Anthony Andy Athey Melissa Baldridge Brian Bascom Beardon Brenda Beaupre' Angela Brown Hilairy Butler Kay Chambers Cindy Clapsaddle W' .rw ike up, Renee!" Renee Rimmer thinks it over. "Who? Me?" Leslie Webster pauses. IFF? 'ia N Q' VJ!! 4" ,R ff" .- .! Q-, 7 Estes Russell Gardner Jeffrey Garner Christine Harrison Sally Herr Jenny Holt M 's re N. o r lik s lg new Carter Kolba Drew LyC.liCk Chip Beardon tries to start a conversation with Angela Brown. 3, 4 ..-milf!!! Michelle Mauick Clif McCain Becky McDonough John McGown Dan Meeker jeff Melch ,Z Martha Mercer Alice Miles Melissa Miteff 'qfiimgff 4 3 other e s S he see, t. , 2 ' ' f r 'M' A 5 I 1 2,-' . - , 'ww my ' i he -... H - ' gf Stephen Nolan Anthony Passeur Scott Paulsel Nancy Sumner wonders if thatls tomorrow's test. 1' Q 1, 'X X Q , u l, ' X' 2 5 ' M tlxyt. Nh Q 5 'x 'IK sf X - If X llrea Payne David Perrucelli jeffrey Rattikin fi ,A ih Steves, Andrea Payne, Alice Miles, and Leslie Webster think John nett is tops! if Renee Rimmer Susan Sankary "It's a goody, Davidln Mrs. Clapsaddl C F638- suresa doubting David Petrucelli. 41" Melissa Thompson Philip Trew Leslie Webster Marshall Williams Robert Simon Nancy Smith Sarah Steves John Stinnett Nancy Sumner lQ"'.a.f ig, 197 if r I I 44 N A 3 if 4 N i may Ph, my gosh!" Amy Gardner doesn't know if she will make it rough the day. John Baughman Brad Beaupre Billy Brentlinger Noel Brewster Robert Browder Susan Chambers i group of Second Graders read the story of Peter Rabbit to a 'ry friend. Pamela Corbett Robert Cowan john Day Clay Dibbie Tommie Duncan Ginger Durham Waiter Duttweiler Keith Fenton Kenny Fischer 200 5 rsi ' yaa , aia y X AiVibAE ,Y h 'X Q W sn? Amy Gardner Eric Gardner Laurie Gardner Stacey Shelton, Jodie Robbins and Ginger Durham smile for h h h . t ep Otograp ers OlafGrowald Gregory Hausenfluck Kelley Herman Allen Hodges Guy Holland Brooke Hyde Mike Lipscomb Megan Lowe Karen Meek Mr. Edwards and the Second Graders line up to Watch a foot- Alan Meeker Michelle Melch Jack Milner ball game. 'F ,liam Motherall Melinda Murrell Tom Nelson Billy Nowlin Cynthia Parker Michelle Phillips fi wwf Robbins Barbara Scroggie Kelly Scoggins w C3 fl l 'VTWN X .A 522, Shelton Stacey Shelton jennifer Snyder Mr. Edwards and Walter Duttweiler communicate. af! Steed Greg Stevens Travis Stinnett Eric Tippet Q E Q E E 5 E EE 932 in .s H? 5 5 3 is Y. Yi, f ,X 2' 3 5 5 Z 3 3 2 2 ly Cranz admires Sue Cutler's evolving masterpiece. Cynthia Allen Valerie Andrews John Anthony 'l Baldridge Kristin Boyles Gregory Brown Blake Burkett Kirk Claunch Lee Cox nthia Allen dreams about her Prince Charming. '11 ' 1? . N' .'. '- L A Ri by f -1 - J ' , is Melissa Cox Kelly Cranz Sue Cutler Kristy Davis I Craig Deen David Fischer Kim Fisher Stephanie Foster Beverly Gardner jon Gardner Jon Garner Devon Gilbert Trey Gordon Georgia Griffith "But, Mrs. Van Buskirk, I clon't understand." John Runyon and Earl Baldridge are having problems. Chandler Growald David Hart 204 Reese Hillard Margery Hodges Todd Hodnett Elissa Kolba Marilyn Lamensdc 5 3 Mallick john McKay Trish McMackin Kevin Murdock Michael O'Neil Richard Payne Pulliam John Runyon Rachael Ryan Michael Sankary 3 i5.a Griffith, Chris Springer, Cynthia Allen, and Jonathan Garner do alittle quiet ing in the Atrium. Chris Springer Dede Stevens Stephanie Summer Marisa Tilley Victoria Webb Alex Williamson O5 W sw- U - 'A rs az' 'hs x L, .IQ my s ,tr ss Q1 x L 5 f Mew. 'M Vt R: wi? rs it s QT ld its 6 " S 2 V if -1--ww l 3 s yew., lm- ' X , . is 'ja wizhzf- K f rf my,s-.M,r.www,,+s,-,,ry . Sterry Butcher Haydn Cutler Brad Greenman Brad Greenman becomes an artist with his crayons. Jin Greenman Beth Holland Ji11Huf1eY 206 Brett Hyde Harry Johnson jennifer Lipscomb I Miller helps Brett Hyde and Susannah Sparks get ready forthe us. Todd Lydick Frank Massey Charlie Miles v. 1. m ,iii in rg ' .R "AWN , , A 9 'i Qi ' 'PF' U1 Wllef 'Rx Rattlkln Billy Scroggie Susannah Sparks sandra Stevens Kenneth Strassburger Wendy White Haydn Cutler picks up his notes after a Kindergarten exam. 207 M ,ar M A WJ 2 .K , y, T, A .Nw K Q if f --- 1, 31: SL? .w1w,, Mt ,. I. . f,Q Q ,. , ,,.,, , W,A,. l ,,,LL, A W .Y AFM V 4 ".?1I."E' . K -v --4r:,.g: .-4, .:1:q'. 51 My I wiv i ,,,AQ,,,. 3 1 Rel il' A if M, siE5l?Vi':i Q Ui- Jones Anne-Lise Knecht Cue Lipscomb ... , ..-. Meador Jackie Montgomery Jay Propes Todd Sanders takes a break. Horton says "wheeeee.', Amy Roach Todd Sanders Ty Taylor .af Greg Williamson Taylor Wilson O9 New Kids Being a "new kid" at C.D.S. doesnit leave much time for fun and games thinks Holly Rader. Kurt Boley, new to the eighth grade, takes a breather. gf -' 3 AM., A at if . N., at , ,-.a,,..., The fourth grade's newest addition, Kenneth Hageman, wondf he will make the grade. he is ii Si? i Old new student Rodney Freeman explains the facts of lil C.D.S. to new new student Hunter Barrier. Both are students 0' tenth grade class. 210 l Administration 1- .. K , A. Y Q, Lk,,. ..,,.,.,-'U . 1. gs.1:V..1 gnu . hi Jack B. Murdock, Assistant Headmaster Mr. Peter A. Schwartz, Headmaster I as ,r at 5 -11. .ff fa. WHY , ,aww l5S'4l'.' f .J af H925 :Vim brag ""'!' ' ' f . Qi 'ixpfi tz,rt, ga It L ' J trss - I I' Howard L. Channell, Mr. William L. McKinney, and Mr. Larry J. Brown, Heads of Upper, Middle, and Lower School. Mrs. Howard L. Channell, Middle School Secretary, Mrs. Wayne H. McClure, Upper School Secret: and Mrs. Howard E. Athey, Lower School Secretary. in ii Mrs. PeterA. Schwartz, Headmaster's Secretary Mrs. Parker Clauser, Recep- Mrs. Harold H. Snowc tionist-Secretary Librarian 1 afeteria: Mrs. Alton Crenshawg Mrs. Clara Jonesg Mrs. Douglas Woodarclg Mrs. Donn H. Wagner, anagerg Mrs. Jessie Kemp. p X Registrar. Thomas A. Williams, Business Managerg Mrs. Robert A. Gor- Maintenance Crew: Mr. Alfred Josephg jr., Mr. Jr.g Mr. Hubert T. Williams, Superintendent. Truman Cannon Q L,A,, . ' 4. Q ,k.,. K,,k,h gi 395 5 XM Ps Mk fe? Q' Q gsm. . gg x V if-PW 5, 'sm , Jihs. mpg ,wk AW. ff 4, NL ff E' 1,3 QR . v'.,fv,,J Lf' ' if ffl Qffg 'x -AP' ,ff wf F.. ' J- 11 M5553 , , ,i fm, Wx wi f I X H, V xx 4 0, Q Cf K ff it 3 I he I , K 'Q N kwjxxjlrlq , A ? ' Q1 ' gi I ..-0 LW 1 lvfg-lb 1: 1 - ? 4 N L5 Li f gwg L. - " 0 x..f-sl- ' - 1 v' 8u 42- N" wtf . 9 9 X, -.-.rf wi English Department: Mrs. R. W. Mattiza Jr., Middle School Englishg Mrs. Larry Brown, Middle School Englishg Mr. William S. Kilbo Chairman, Upper School Englishg Miss Anne Robinson, Upper School Englishg Mrs. David Carmichael, Middle School Communica Skills. Third Grade: Mrs. Lloyd D. 5 Clapsaddle, Mrs. Billy G. Webb. E5 5 .4 '! . I J l 3 Q fr H 5 5 x if 1 'L X Department: Miss Aida Purtscher, Spanishg Miss Emily Forsyth, Middle School Spanish: Mr. Robert D. Adams, Chair- Upper School Spanish. fs. KV Fifth Grade: Mr. Daniel Blochg Mrs. Jack W. Banister. ,,-. . Mathematics Department: Mr. Mohamed Halim Ben Barka, Pre-Calculus, Algehrag Mrs. J. Thomas Stinnett, Lower School mathematicsg Mr. Bob F. Havens, seventh grade math- ematics. Algebrag Mrs. Woodlea Sconyers, Chairman, C.P.S., Geometry, Calculus, Advanced Placement mathematicsg Mr. William L. McKinney, eighth grade mathematicsg Mr. Charles Bingham, sixth grade mathe- matics. iss? 'Q I. t 5 fd! ,fe fi S.. 7 218 Athletic Department: Mr. Mohamed Halim Ben Barka, Upper School soccer, sailingg Mr. Bob F. Havens, Middle School cross country, Will Stansbery, football, basketball, tennisg Mr. Dick Stinson, Lower School physical education, basketball, footballg Mr. Rober Flettrich, Lower School physical education, football, Mr. Howard L. Channell, football, volleyball, Mr. Michael J. Stephen, sp photographer, Col. Ralph "C" Rosacker, Athletic Director, football, soccer, trackg Mrs. Stephen L. Byrd, Upper School sports, Mi School physical education, Lower School physical educationg Miss Anne Robinson, Upper School general physical education, girls, soft Mrs. Robert K. Twinning, Upper School Sports, Middle School physical education, Lower School physical education. fnot shown: Thomas A. Williams, girlsl baskcthallj Kindergarten: Mrs. Alex J. Miller. 4 wg Q ,as QQg,-'A'-fm Km: Y , 5 5 M ig, 4 fs 41 i. 1 MM QR... 0 M 5 .. I , he 5' -TW 1 W E12 4 7 ir----' -Q ' ' M., Z. 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University 2 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 Karl Butz Charles Fugitt Howard Shelton Please your favorite People with Panghurn's Chocolates -T gg, SNGBURNS L Fi if ,gi ll IP 92-QQQJQ 5 GYZGN 5: ej 6 .-Q-ragga?-F I sei! egg ifg ek, are iii? if fszgeei W' ' J 1 'Agfa' H- '15 ' ' - - - pi-Qi" '- 1 iafrxasf' I 4 i v lf l V 'Tlx X QQ 'fl f' - ' . R , sg? 2 5. n : rsfffi- X - f ego 32 Ef3 if 5 . I fl, 21" A 2? ' ef'-4-.Wg if U f T 1 if? E11 f f 2 5 ' ti' . " --:L Ffa 7' if 2,25 T' . ' ' T? lf?" D' I-1+ 'D 412- ' ge, 'f 7' Qss' ' E ' T 2 ,L ggesifzfgj' i n-li' ? lQ'f':TV?, Delightful to give . . . delightful to get . . because they're made with Milk and Honey. In the Candy Department . . . AT YOUR FAVORITE DRUG STORE "P8IlgbllI'Il Clllllpiilly, IIIC. 1900 sou'rHsAsT oo azo ont' wonTH THOMAS M. RYAN AND CO. GENERAL INSURANCE AND BONDS 711 BAKER BUILDING-335-1276-FT. WORTH, TEX. 76102 THOMAS M. RYAN 0 EDWIN S. RYAN n CLAY J. BERRY, JR. 0 JOHN P. RYAN Compliments of A - BRIGGS Airconditioning 3904 W. Viclzery Fort Worth, Texas 738-2191 PALJLSEL LLJMBER CCDMPANY Compliments of tttt fx 'tgt tt T , A 1 M 2 , ' ,r 1 I' 5 'I 7 v ' is ill, -' : 'IP p 9 D 'wg .ve 70s J Jn? 'nf N1 7.8 if lx MISSES 81 JUNIOR FASHIONS 5800-E Camp Bowie, Ft. Worth , I . 732i2551 gl Pipeline, Belalre Center, Hurst P 232-1552 axg WESTERN EXPLORATION co. Came SW Demon M' SY MW xl! 3' yf - '. I I , N ,7 ' 9 '1 i v -Xi 4' ,.1- 5 382 4333 .92 'W 1302 East Seminary Drive, Ft. Worth if 924-6061 M: , .245 4 Country Day students Bill Albers, Adelaide Kline, Mary Ann McBride, and Debbie Conner "Compar-n-Save" shop at Buddi . Plus...You Get Valuable Scothe Stamps! LIQILQIIEIS Compliments of CHARLOTTE MUNN Editor- in -Chief fii i HAS IT 'Tft Zyl' X A ,U 'X s for On Campus.. .OIT Campus . ix :V IJLI ',,'f' Cox's is the center of interest in what's new "Now" in ' " IX and out of class. We ofier you a complete coed uni- TQ-Qii form headquarters - ready to fill your current needs 'X UJIE-., with smartly styled separates - skirts, blouses, iumpers nsiwiv' and sweaters. When it's time for a return to individ- ' ii' T' 5 uality - OH Campus - turn to Cox's for everything you need in today's world of pre-teen and junior g fashion. .4 Fx Q 1: RIDGLEA ' BERRY ' LANCASTER ' BELKNAP QUENTIN MCGOWN REGISTERED REPRESENTATIVE 5 Compliments of A..l. Kemp Cattle Co Ft. Worth 81 Dimmitt, Texas iyyfif S d Bill Albers, Adelaide Kline, Stephen aperstein, an e Michelle Tarride enjoy delicious Mexican food at Th Original. THE CRIGINAL MEXICAN R ES T A U R A N T A ES STAN NELSON company, 4713 camp Bowie Blvd. 1305 summit - Fort worm, Texas 76102 - 18171 336-2348 F 3V37'?345Old Compliments of Mr. Herbert L. Pease Marketing Management, Inc. Marketing and Sales Consultants 4700 Boulder Run Ft. Worth, Texas 76109 Area Code 817-731-3322 81 817-731-3764 237 .., ..YYYVVVV , X I I5,igrf51gaze:2E2firm155-:1:1:s5za2-2-2:212:rs-r1g:2:::::::::::::ag-:1:1-zszrseareaearzri-I:I12121211111:1:1:1::mms:r:rs:2 :2:2:2:2 1::-:V-Y-Y-Y:-sz-A. .... , ,..,,,.,,, .... , .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,f, .... , . H':I1''ff'-"-11-'-H?2:2:Eff:f:fifS12525342iE?s12:::sr:::EErfg3w:1-212.334453zvfixmw-img1gg5:gigs::Q1,155,Q1gg1555.1:1,1,1,as,Q:I:5-1-::Raef,s:,:5:::::::::::fQaw: -: 3' 'i' w .mm 41: " r 15:5:5:5:-:?:3:2:5'5:3:3:5:-:IS -13: 2 -. 2 ' ilflilfli . , , 2-:-:- :Az- -'r .' l:l:l :iz 1:7 1:55 g:-: . iilili siaiaiisiaizie Ev'--f-1:2 igigigigiigigiz 52 25:4-+z's2 ""EiEiEiEiEE5 2555255525 :E 15555525555 552155551 '- 2:5-:::::: :sag-15 -ig '-15-1 :EE-. . 'l:fl:l:l. 'zi EJ... 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It is still a limited production carg 18 are built a week, for the whole world, and only 6 of these for the United States. The equip- ment regarded as options by other manufac- turers is standard on the Jensen. COACH BUILDERS slNcE 1875 S99 it 'ww at 2225 2251. 5 E1E2E2E52:1:? fff, . ,, 2:2:IF:frf21ESEIE2255251EIE1E2ErErE2E2E2:2 ' 2:5121:1:1212:5335g:1:2:1:1:1:2:2:'-'-1:2 :::::Q2g:2:2:I:2:I3?:5?:2:2:' 5.-: gf - : - -. - -.5 -: :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-'f- - :Y:1-:-:-g-i-i-:-:,:-:-:-:-:- r .g.-:ox--W .. .. . 45. .A ,.,.,.,f.:., ,.,.:.:.: ,.:.:t.,., 1.1.,,.,.,.,.:.:.,.,.,,.,.:.,. .,.,.:.,.,,.,.:,:,,.,.,., OVERSEAS MOTORS CORP 2824 White Settlement Rd. Ft. Worth, Texas 332-4181 jogm A f9 f .Slap N .' 0 , e -I-. . lr -,a f my-'he - II . jomt 1' K' ' p Poome GROOMING PARLOR COMPLETE PET SUPPLIES FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76I07 5800-C Camp Bowie Blvd. 732-8886 52OI Wonder Dr. 292-4l99 At Country Day you learn about rnuny of the finer things of life. Now come complete your education, at Arnold's. JEWELERS I FINE GIFTS RNOLUS AND ARNOLIYS UPSTAIRS S118 Clmp Bowie 0 732-4411 6 Im Qyehest 4624 CAMP BOWIE BLVD. 737-5820 Place For the Great Toys and Gomes! 0 SCHWINN BICYCLES 0 REPAIRS AND RENTALS 0 FINE EUROPEAN LIGHTWEIGHT BIKES O PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT 0 TRAMPOLINES 'UDUIIRUUFW GET?-LQIIIIIEESE5 44-RQ .. Qi '-S fs SAK 'UP Mn .' . ..,, ,- v-nav ' 4105 CAMP BOWIE 737-3731 W HAND FINISHING 24125-2 23 9 Compliments of Chuck Fugitt and Stephen Saperstein. We Met Our Deadline! 240 This reproduction of the mural adorning the main wall ot the lobby entrance to Champlin's Headquarters Building in Eort Worth, is an abstract reproduc- tion ot a geological cross section ot strata from East Texas. The mural measures 18' in length and 7' in height with each of the eighteen successive colored layers -chipped glass - representing formations composed ol sand, shale, limestone or anhydrite. The cross section is the strata of East Texas which extends from the Texas! Louisiana State Line west- ward to a point somewhat east of Dallas, roughly V15 miles. Represented on cross section by black patches are three separate oil fields. A large fault, showing how large layers ot rock are broken and displaced by earth's movements, is shown on the lett side by a heavy black diagonal line. The mural is particularly striking at night when the glow- ing brilliance ot the colored chipped glass contrasts with the darkness. I h0ITlPIII'l E CHAMPLIN PETROLEUM COMPANY 5301 CAMP BOWIE BLVD. FORT WORTH, TEXAS 3 M "-H--Q Pg' 3 Debbie Blair, Mary Blair, and Charlotte Munn dig into their fish 'n chips at the Round Table Inn. 241 John Kluthe . . MOBLEY RIDGLEA Picture Framing DRUG mf rydgf ff gm: 4015 Camp Bowie F IVV th T 76107 7370289 P pf Ph y DI y Ch g A I 61-:oc pa andrfwnhr 737 6655 A CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA 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 Dreams Come True With Loans SQLYJZTHES-if Member F.D.I.C. F O R T W O R T H Trail Lake Drive at Southwest Loop BMW builds automobiles that are exemplary in technology and function, totally tuned to the driver. Not mass-produced, but tailor-made. BAVARIAN MOTOR WORKS IMPORT MOTORS University at West 7th St. Fort Worth, Texas 76107 336-5551 R, B URN ETT ESTATES B GATEWAY ANK NATIONAL BANK W MEMBER F.ul.C I , q 1 3 X X -ug!! in! - Jig, ' ' ' ' N N s Tailoring Our Services To Your Needs JIIVI NICNIULLEN PUBLIC RELATIONS 1106 Smclanr Fort Worth Buuldmg TSXHS 332 6884 4 Where Bar! kin g IS Beautiful UNIVERSITY ,.v In... nm ee!9!ifm'n --...liiai- 1!z1.!p ,.'???WIh5aUl5"EdEm:w Af"-. 1 ' E5 , . . .5 f gaps SEQ . Umverslty Drive - P 'I J 5-31 L-4-if ' J .- f i L J at West Berry Worth, Texu GOOD Class of '73 f Also: Clint Boardman, Bo Butz, Paula Ghormley, Ora Beth McMullen, Merry Perry, Nancy Ross, and Elissa Sanders. cgsf' U ,,nA H ans ,GORDQN y'605WELl RTW 'R I K f 8 4' IZ " U, YP N13 WP vf, I ix I 1 I X ll 4 X F I 9 er X The 'little Belinaiessen A Little Taste of the Old World" KEITH RAWLINGS DESIGNS INC . 3534 Modlinl Fort Worth, Texas 3206 WINTHROP AVENUE Phone: 7382851 PHONE 732-829I CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 639 C93-1110! 65vrKE3Ifa5v1Qll Gtvufblf-JXH'-Ke5l sw eaibdfbv :ASSIGN fdDIIv65v :ABI C93vwf6lGY-NIB! 'IBN 5191651 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q S 2 Q Q 5 Q Q Q Q Q S Q Q di y 9-If 1 ox-If fr ' f - '., yi! 1 I. f 2 I " h w '1..'I - I f 7 ' CI. 6208 CAMP BOWIE IR 4927 BYERS IArIington H eightsI beautiful people go to Emma WWW 732-1606 738-2121 Q Q Q is Q Q Q Q Q -'KQDC-V'f'QlG7Q+'19lCV' "i9lQ7v 4491671 '-'QJIGYQ fY9lQ7"'L97l9'fQ5DlG?' 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Here's an exclusive no service charge personal checking account for qualified persons ages 17 through 21. And it's yours free. And so is the parking in our garage, just a few steps away from our tellers' windows. Because we'd like to save you time as well as money. With First-Account, you can save more money. Because you'll have to spend less. Because there are no service charges. Your First-Account. lt's just the beginning! First of Fort Worth The First National Bank of Fort Worth, Texas. Member F.D.l.C. One Burnett Plaza. Telephone 336-9161. 55 9 .- ai 11 lu V ?s scomsn 1 A A SCDCDTTISI-I INXS SF TEXAS, INC: 1922 COMMERCE BUILDING - 307 WEST SEVENTH STREET - FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76101 - 6 ENGINEERS AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS Fo RT WD PTH TEXAS 4 .T M l. I - - THD5. 5. BYRNE, INC. IN OUR 21110 HALF CENTURY ' WELDON'S FLOWERS igtoluph ff' 0, AND A N T IQ U ES OO Camp Bowie Blvd. Phone 336-4444 Fort Worth, Texas 76107 FLOWERS WELL DONE IIENRYZY JEAN SCENE 5800 I CAMP BOWIE BLVD. 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AW, H B45 EV 'D-,QQ BYE lndex A A-Briggs Air Conditioning 230 Acola, Maxine 167, 168, 270 Adams, Mr. Robert D. 86, 171, 217 Aguilar, Amy 195 Aguilar, Tracy 70, 171 Alb ers Alb ers Alb ers Alb ers , Bill 163, 234, 237, 270 ,Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. 106, 22 , Kathryn 82, 208 ,Robert 25, 105,195 Albers, Susan 42, 61, 171,172 Allen, Cynthia 203 Altaras, Kamille 175 Anderson, Cove 24, 35, 47, 167 Anderson, Kay 81, 179 Andrews, Adelaide 191 Andrews, Valerie 203 Arnold'sjewelers 239 Arnoult, Douglas 163 Anthony, Ben 35, 171 Anthony, Mrs.Iames E. 106 Anthony,john 67,203 Anthony, Mark 67, 195 Anthony, Martha 183 Anthony, Matt 191 Anthony, Sarah 83, 208 Athey, Athey, Athey Andy 195 Angela 100, 183 Mrs. Howard E. 212 Avery:Mr. Gerald F. 17, 169 Avery, B Kathleen 175 Bahan, Carolyn 12, 183 Bahan, Bahan, Katy 70, 90, 167, 270 Mr. and Mrs. William C. 222 Baker, Mr. BillW. 181, 219 Balch, Mr. Robert 23, 28, 76,167, 214 Baldridge, Earl 203, 204 Baldridge, Melissa 195 Baldwin, Katherine 187 Bannister, Brenda 148 Bannister, Mrs. Jack W. 217 Barber, Ann 171 Barber, Laura 161 Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Vernie H. 222 Barker, Pam 187 Barrier, Hunter 210 Bascom, Brian 19, 195 Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream 229 Bass, Lee 35, 47, 63, 163 Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Perry R. 222 Baughman,-lohn 199 Beardon, Chip 195, 196 Beaupre, Brad 12, 199 Beaupre, Brenda 195 Beier, Elizabeth 179, 180, 181 Ben Barka, Mr. Mohamed Halim 20, 47 217, 218 Benedict, Douglas 208 Beros, Alex 62, 70, 111,167 Beros, Christopher 179 Berry, Stephen 96,187 Bingham, Mr. Charles 215, 217 Blair, Debbie 14, 40, 41, 70, 71, 86, 12 130, 241, 260, 270 Blair, Mary 42, 61, 171,173,241 Blair, Matthew 35, 84, 85, 122, 133 2 Bloch, Mr. Daniel 15, 97, 187, 217 The Bluebonnet Apartments 261 Blumberg, Robin 187 Boardman, Clint 47, 62, 163 Boley, Kurt 54, 21 0 Bond, Robert 15, 35, 163 Bond, Susie 71, 122, 128 Boone, Caleb 77, 167 Boro Industries 226 Bowden, Brian 16, 89, 93, 162, 163 Boyles, Kristin 203 The Brants Co. 224 Brentlinger, Billy 199 Brentlinger, Bobby 35, 47, 171 Brentlinger, Dr. and Mrs. R. W. 222 Brewster, Noel 199 Briggs, David 16, 53, 62, 70, 121, 136 Brookman, Robin 84, 85, 120, 124,156 Browder, Robert 199 Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown , Angela 195, 196 , Gregory 203 , Larry 191 ,Mr. Larry J. 211 , Mrs. Larryj. 15, 176, 216 Buck,Bi11y 47,171 Buckler,-lan 187 Buddies Super Markets 234 Buice,-Iames 38, 54, 101, 183, 185 Buice, Sharon 187 Burkett, Blake 203 Burnett Estates 245 Butcher, Allan 187 Butcher, Sterry 206 Butler, Hilairy 195 Butterfield, julia 99, 111, 179 Butz, Bo 35, 47, 163 Butz, Mr. KarlT. 231 Butz, Lee Ann 59, 171 Byrd, Mrs. Stephen L. 43, 56, 59, 81, 218 C Cal1away,Will 38, 54, 175 Calvert Western Exploration Co. 233 Cannonjr., Mr. Truman 213 Capper, David 19, 34, 35, 37, 53, 63, 77, 88, 121, 122,159,270 Capper, Kevin 35, 53, 171, 173 Capper, Dr. and Mrs. Robert 223 Carmichael, Mrs. David 14, 216 Carolyn Teague P1ayschool26 1 Carter, George 17, 38, 49, 175 Carr,Jon 96, 97, 187 Carr, Mrs. Peter G. 219 Cash, Kelly 73, 81, 100, 175 Cassullohloanne 41, 42, 66, 88,111,121 132 C. C. Bearden Enterprises, Inc. 222 9 Chambers, Chris 35, 47,171 Chambers,-lennifer179, 1 81 Chambers, Kay 195 Chambers, Susan 199 ,166, 2, Champlin Oil Co. 240 Channell, Mr. Howard L. 35, 36, 85, 211, 21 8, 219 Channell, Mrs. Howard L. 21 2 Chester,Wayne 38, 48, 53, 63, 82,175 Chilton, Claire 18, 42, 43, 170, 171,173 Clapsaddle, Cindy 195 Clapsaddle,Gwen 191 Clapsaddle, Mrs. Lloyd D. 197,216 C1arkson's 253 Claunch,Kirk 203 Claunch, Kyle 38, 54, 179 Clauser, Mrs. Parker 84, 21 2 Clayton, Gary 47,167 Clayton, Melanie 70,171 Coca Cola 246 Collum, Beth 1 83 Collum, Kip 38, 54, 99,179 Collum, Michael 191 Conn, Linc 38, 54, 179 Conner,Debbie 28, 71, 163, 234 Conner, Mr. and Mrs.W. C. 222 Container Corp. ofAmerica 242 Continental National Bank 251 Corbett, Brad 1 87 Corbett, Pamela 199 Corley, David 49, 183 Corpening, Melissa 15, 17,187 Courtney, Peter 38, 54, 179 Cowan, Bill 187 Cowan, Robert 199 Cox, Lee 203 Cox,Martha 191 Cox, Melissa 203 Cox's 235 Cranz, Kelly 203 Crenshaw, Mrs. Alton 213 Cruikshank,Bob 44, 47, 66, 70, 84, 163 Cruikshank,Don 187 Cruikshank, Carol 42, 56, 167 Cruikshank, Lynn 179, 1 80 Cruikshank, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 223 Cunningham, Eddie 47, 140 Cutler, Elizabeth 187 Cutler, Haydn 206, 207 Cutler, India 80,183 Cutler, Sue 203 Cutter, Lydia 12, 21, 41, 56, 63, 68, 108, 162, 163 D Dake,Debra191 Dakeblohn 54, 183 The Dance Shop 227 Daniel Drug 227 Davis,james191 Davis, Kristy 203 Day,John 199 Day, Lynn 187 Dean,Webster 13, 69, 77, 163 Deen,Craig203 Deen,Debbie 187 DeMent, David 49, 179 Demetrion, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. 222 Dibble, Clay 199 Dibner, Mr. Harold 21 5 Dickies 228 Dixon, Dr. Ford 18, 84, 89, 107,110, 219 Doherty, Miss Barbara 21 5 Dowling,Bee 59,167 Dowling,Bobby 47, 67, 71, 86, 91, 145, 260, 270 Dr. Pepper 260 DuBose, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. 223 DuBose,Jim 24, 90, 166, 167 Du.Bose, Suter 171 Duncan,Tommie 199 Durham, Ginger 2O,199, 200 Duttweiler, Walter 26, 199, 201 E Edens, Cathy 42, 59, 70, 171 Edwards, Mr. Tim 200, 201, 215 Eisner,Dea 175 Eisner, Steve 171 Ekstrom, David 47, 167 Klein, Estes, Trey 105, 195 Eudaly,-Ionathan 82, 208 Eudaly,Karen 41, 141 Eudaly, Laura 100, 183 F Fairley, Miss Toni Fenton, Keith 1 99 Ferree, Mark 38, 49, 80,175 First National Bank of Ft. Worth 255 Fischer, David 203 Fischer, Kenny 1 10,199 Fisher, Kim 204 Fitzwilliam, Tom 47,163 Flettrich, Lisa 208 Flettrich, Mr. Robert G. 35, 37, 38, 54, 218 Forsyth, Miss Emily Ann 217,219 Fortson, Karen 179 Fortson, Kim 172 Fort Worth and Denver Railway 258 Foster, Dan 35,1 72 Fortson, Lisa 191, 193 Foster, Mrs..Iames E. 80, 21 5 Foster, Mr. and Mrs. John B. 222 Foster, Stephanie 204 Freeman, Rodney 35, 53,210 French,T0m 35, 53, 167 Fried, Adam 24, 47,163, 165 Fried, Mr. and Mrs.Jay M. 222 Fried,Josh 45, 47, 163,165 Ft. Worth Drug and Notion Co., Inc. 259 Fugitt, Mr. Charles M. 231 Fugitt, Chuck 31,168, 240, 270 G Gardner, Amy 199, 200 Gardner, Beverly 204 Gardner, Eric 200 Gardner,jon 204 Gardner, Laurie 13,200 Gardner, Mary Catherine 175 Gardner, Russell 195 Garner, Candy 40, 42,137,260 Garner,James 191 Garner,jeffrey 195 Garner,-Ion 204, 205 Garrett, Melissa 28, 84, 85,108,163,1 223 Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus 223 Gateway NationalBank 245 Ghormley, Paula 30, 68,163 Gilbert,Devon 204 Gilbert, Shannon 102, 191 Gina's Dress Shop 262 Glosup,-Ieff38, 101, 183,185 Goldsmith, Cindy 168 Goodrich, Alan 49,175,176 Goodrich, Mike 38, 54, 179 Gordon Boswell Florists 248 Gordon, Mrs. Robert A. 213 Gordon,Trey 204 Greenman, Brad 206 Greenman,Jill 206 Griffith, Georgia 204, 205 Growald, Chandler, 204 Growald, Olaf200 H Hageman,-lay 35, 47, 168 Hageman, Kenneth 210 Hageman, Phyllis 59, 172 Hall, Carmyn 42, 61,172 Haltom'sJewelers 236 Hanley,Tom 35,164 Hardy, Clinton 188 Harris Costumes 249 Harris, Harriet 30, 43, 85, 122, 152 Harris, Sarah 41, 164 Harrison, Anna Melissa 175 Harrison, Christine 195 Harrison, Lexi Kay 191 Harrison, Marsha 81, 183 Hart, David 204 Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Hart, Susan 183 Harvey,Tave 188 Hausenfluck,Dezann 191 Hausenfluck, Gregory 200 Havens, Mr. Bob F. 21, 217, 218 Havens,John 79, 101, 179 Henderson, Carl 25, 191 Hendricks,John 47,168 Henry Jean Scene 257 Herd,james 38,49,183,185 Herman, Kelley 200 Herman, Marc 96,188 Herr, David 188 Herr, Sally 195 Hetrick, Mr. and Mrs. CharlesB. 222 Hetrick, David 38, 49,175 Hetrick, Stephen 38, 49, 183 Higginbotham, Elizabeth 103,192,193 Hillard, Lauris 188 Hillard, Reese 204 Hipp,Jimmy 38, 49, 175 Hodges, Allen 200 Hodges, Margery 204 Hodges, Pam 188 Hodges, Priscilla 188 Hodgson,John 38, 54, 183,184 Hodnett, Mr. and Mrs. Bob 222 Hodnett, Todd 204 Holland, Beth 206 Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. 223 Holland, Guy 200 Holt,Jenny 195 Hornblower and Weeks, Hemphill and Noyes 235 Horne, Ronnie 26, 35, 37, 47, 63, 142 Horton, Cathy Sue 191, 192 Horton, Dwight 35, 51, 53, 63, 166,168 Horton,Jack 35, 47,63,171,172 Horton, Nancy 208, 209 Hudson, Elizabeth 19, 81, 180 Hudson, Frasher 192 Hudson, Randall 16, 38, 49, 183,185 Hughes, Pat 175 Hughes, Peyton 29, 59,172 Hundley, Robert 38,180 Hurley,-Iill105,206 Hyde,Brett 207 Hyde, Brodie 192 Hyde,Brooke 200 Hyden, Mr. and Mrs. Eric 223 Hyden, Ric 188 I Import Motors 243 Innis,Jimmy 38, 54, 183,185 Isbell, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 223 Isbell, Mark 24, 28,164, 270 IyCy,JOl'1n 38, 79, 183,184 I Jerrel's Coiffures 229 Jewell's Sample Dress Shop 26 1 jim Bridges Sporting Goods 246 Johnson, Harry 207 jones, Mrs. Clara 213 jones, Pidge 209 jones, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. 223 Joseph-Ir., Mr. Alfred 213 Joslin, Biff 35, 47, 172 Judd, Buddy 188 K Kahn, Mr. David 31 Keil, Byron 38, 54, 55, 82,175 Keith Rawlings Designs, Inc. 249 Kelly Allan 16, 47, 88,149 Kelly, Cindy 17, 41, 56, 59, 63, 168, 180 Kelly, Craig 192 Kelly, Dee 54, 175, 1 80 Kelly, Dr. and Mrs. Gordon B. 223 Kelly, joan 192 Kelly, Robert 16, 46, 47, 63, 88,134 Kelly, whit 188 Kemb le, Cheslea41, 58, 59,166,168 Kemp, Camille 16, 28, 59, 66, 76,77, 162, 164, 270 Kemp, Carla 41, 92,168 Kemp, Mrs.Jessie 213 A. J. Kemp Cattle Co. 236 Kids, Stuff259 Kilborne, Billy 96, 188 Kilborne, Frances 192 Kilborne, Mr. William S. 14, 31, 88, 216 Kilborne, Mrs. William S. 22, 214 Mrs. Frank L. 16, 17, 219 Kleuser, Colleen 42, 61,172 Kline, Adelaide 66, 87, 162, 164, 234, 237, 270 Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. 222 Klokhoj, Jens 47, 69, 87, 129,270 john Kluthe Pic Frames 242 Knecht, Anne-Lise 209 Knecht, Mrs.-Iohn 68, 162, 219 Knecht, Muriel 180 Knecht, Myriam 16, 192 Kneer, Pat 35, 53, 172 Knight, Gary 38, 49, 176 Koeppe, Mrs. David 214 Kolba, Carter 196 Kolba, Elissa 204 Kolba, Todd 192, 193 Kurk, Miss Susan E. 223 L Lambert, Hayley 191, 192 Lambert, Lizabeth 40, 42, 43, 68, 164,270 Lambert, Vance 38, 54, 184, 185 Lamensdorf, jerry 188 Lamensdorf, Marilyn 23, 204 Landers, Lisa 15, 188 Landers, Scott 38, 54, 180 Laughlin, Cary 42, 69, 164 Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Gary B. Leatherbury, The Rev. and Mrs. John R. 223 Leatherbury, Tom 47, 63, 66, 84, 85, 87, 88, 94, 120, 157, 270 Leslie Miller, Inc. 225 Lipscomb, Adrienne 16, 192 Lipscomb, Cue 209 Lipscomb, Jennifer 207 Lipscomb, Mike 200 The Little Delicatessen 249 Long, Rudd 62,172 Lowe, Megan 200 Lundelius, Charles 20, 89, 164 Lydick, Drew 196 Lydick, Todd 207 M Maberry, Mark 35, 36, 47, 172 Maberry,janet 180 Mack, Katherine 13, 184 Mack, Lisa 192 Maddox,-Ieff188 Maddox, Ross 38, 54, 180 Mallic k, Angela 21, 180 Mallick, Chris 38,179,180 Mallic k, Mr. and Mrs. George A.,jr. 222 Mallick, Michael 192 Mallick, Michelle 196 Mallick, Stephen 205 Malkan, Hope 40, 59, 172,173 Malkan, Matthew 27, 47, 85, 89, 108, 109, 147 Marks, Craig 38, 54,101,180 Martin, Holly 188 Martin, Mr. and Mrs. joe Reid, jr. 222 Martin Sprocket 85 Gear, Inc. 224 Massey, Frank 74, 105, 207 Mattiza, Mrs. R. W.,Jr.101, 183, 216, 219 Mattiza, Wyatt 29, 172 McAden, Bret 38, 49, 184 McBride, Mary Ann 60, 61, 68, 69, 91, 164, 234 McBride, Michael 47, 172 McCain, Clif 105, 196 McCain, Karen 180 McClung,john 47, 66, 87, 160, 270 McClure, Mrs. Wayne H. 110, 21 2 Bill McDavid Pontiac 260 McDonough, Becky 196 McDonough, Cassandra 25, 164 McGown,j'ohn 196 McGown, Mr. Quentin 235 McGown, Quentin 76, 84, 162,164 McGrew, Gwen 99, 176 McGrew,Jennifer 192 McGrew, Mimi 180, 181 McKay, Alden 184 McKay,John 205 McKay, Lauri 192 McKenzie,Ka.ren 184 McKenzie, Ken 54, 180 McKinney, Mr. William L. 21 1, 21 7 McLeod, Mrs. Kelly 22 McMackin,Trish 205 jim McMullen 245 McMullen, Ora Beth 31, 56, 59,164 Meador, Billy 208, 209 Meek, Dr. and Mrs.Ioe B. 223 Meek, Karen 200 Meeker, Alan 200 Meeker, Dan 196 Meeker,Wade 17,49, 175,176 Mehl's Shoeland, Inc. 259 Melch,Jeff196 Melch, Michelle 200 Mercer,George 38,54,184 Mercer, Martha 196 Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy G. 223 Miles, Alice 196,197 Miles, Charlie 105, 207 Miles, Missy 1 89 Miller,Mrs. A1exJ. 207, 218 Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. M. 222 Miller, jill 176 Miller, Ken 38, 176 Miller, Kirk 1 89 Miller, Laura 180 Miller, Scott 1 89 Milner,Jack200 Milner, Mr. and Mrs.James E. 223 Milner,Joey 193 Miteff, Melissa 196 Miteff, Michelle 19, 181 Mobley Ridglea Drug 242 Morgan,Jean 28, 41, 68, 165 Morgan, Susan 14, 41, 81, 120, 127 Montgomeryjackie 209 Morris, Bill 1 84 Morris, Dr. and Mrs.j. S. 223 Morris, Peter 35, 36, 45, 47, 63, 66, 168 Motheral, William 201 Munn, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. 222 Munn, Charlotte 41, 66, 86, 87, 150, 235, 241, 262,270 Murdock, Mr. JackB. 71,120, 121, 21 1, 215 Murdock,Kevin 205 Murray,William 15, 168 Murrell,Melinda 201 N Naham, Louis 35, 36, 47, 172 Natural Health Foods 262 Neal,Dr. and Mrs. Albert O. 223 Neal, Leslie 184 Nelson,-Ian 189 Nelson,Tom 201 Newberry, Beth 70,173 Newberry, Huck 38, 54, 176, 230 Newberry, Mr. and Mrs. O. P., jr. 223 Newberry, Ruthie 28,61,108,165 Nolan, Bill 35, 63, 168 Nolan,Mike 173 Nolan, Stephen 196 Norris, Miss Nancy 223 Nowlin,Billy 201 Now1in,Brad 29, 35, 53, 170, 173 Nowlin, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 222 Nowlin,Jay 193 Nowlin, Scott 38, 49, 181 Nowlin, Wade 38, 49, 184,185 O Olcott, Mike 38, 49, 176, 229 Olcott, Susan 181 Olin, Carla 12, 42, 59, 168,270 Olin,judy 176,177 Olin, Sarah 262 Olin,Tori 262 Olson, David 38, 54, 181 O'Neal, Dale 35, 63, 169 O,Neil,Michael 205 The Original 237 Overseas Motors Corp. 238 P Pangburn Company, Inc. 231 The Pappagallo Shop 253 Parker, Cynthia 201 Parker,David 17, 38, 49, 176, 230 Parker,Julie 14, 81, 184 Passeur, Anthony 25, 196 Paulsel Lumber Company 233 Paulsel, Phyllis 172, 173 Paulsel, Scott 196 Payne, Andrea 197 Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. 222 Payne, Chip 45, 47, 131 Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Hershell R. 222 Payne, Naomi 181 Payne, Richard 205 Herbert L. Pease-Marketing Management, Inc. 237 Pease, Kim 42, 43, 66, 109, 138, 261, 270 Penn, Margaret 1 69 Perry, Merry 61, 84, 165 Petrucelli, David 197 Phillips, Michelle 201 Pierce Exxon Service 253 Plankey,Trey 193 Propes,Jay 209 Pulliam, Mark 205 Purtscher, Miss Aida 16, 79, 217 Purvis, Lisanne 41, 59,77, 165,261 Purvis, Tom 38, 49, 82,176 Purvis, Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. 223 R Rader, Holly 42, 61, 210 Rashti Construction Company 252 Rattikin, Alicia 180, 1 81 Rattikin, Allyson 207 Rattikinhleffrey 197 Rattikin Title Company 260 Rauscher Pierce Securities Corporation 230 Red Carpet Car Wash 246 Richardson's Coiffures 249 Ridglea State Bank 224 Rimmer, Renee 195,197 Roach, Amy 72,209 Robbinsjodie 200,201 Robbins, Martin 193 Robinson, Miss Anne 111, 163, 216, 21 8 Rosacker, Col. Ralph "C" 35, 36, 38, 47, 218 Rosenqvist, U1f28, 34, 35, 44, 45, 47, 63, 84, 123,154 Ross, Nancy 85, 165 Round Table Inn 241 Rowan, Kelly 59, 168, 169 Rowan, Leigh 96, 97,1 89 Rowland's Records 226 Runyon, Beth 21, 181 Runyon,Billy 187,189 Runyon,John 204,205 Rutland, Christie 61, 88, 169 Ryan, Kelly 29, 34, 35, 36, 47, 109,173 Ryan,julia184 Ryan Oldsmobile 254 Ryan, Rachael 205 Ryan,Win 38, 49, 176 S Sally's Flower Shoppe 254 Sampson, Clayton 193 Sanders, Elissa 31, 43, 62, 92, 165 Sandersjohn 49,175,176 Sanders, Todd 209 Sankary, Dr. and Mrs. Edward M. 222 Sankary, Lisa 189 Sankary, Michael 205 Sankary, Susan 197 Saperstein, Andrea 73,184 Saperstein, George 38, 49, 73, 80, 180, 181 229 Saperstein, Mrs. Rashti 223 Saperstein, Stephen 16, 86, 165, 237, 240, 270 Schenecker, Edmund 38, 54,184 Schenecker, Parker 189 Schneider, Bernet, 84 Hickman, Inc. 243 Schreier, Holly 193 Schutts, Mary 20, 41, 56, 70, 167, 169 Schwartz, Mr. Peter A. 211 Schwartz, Mrs. Peter A. 212 Scoggins,john 193 Scoggins, Kelly 201 Sconyers, Mrs. Woodlea 20, 217 Scottish Inns ofTexas, Inc. 256 Scroggie,Barbara 201 Scroggie, Billy 105,207 Sealy, Dr. and Mrs. Burgess 222 Sealy,Dick 86, 120, 123,125,270 Seminary State Bank 252 Settle, Alan 38, 184 Settle,Janice 176,177 Seymour's Photo Supply 257 Seymour, Shelly 176 Shaffer, Tracy 185 Shelton, Carolyn 201 Shelton, Mr. and Mrs.J. Howard 223, 231 Shelton, Stacey 200,201 Sherwood, Susan 172,173 Shoemate, Lee 38, 185 Siegel, Aaron 49, 175, 176, 177 Siegel, Mrs. Martin D. 214 Simon, Robert 197 Sivley, Ronald I. 215 Slayton, Cindy 41, 61, 170, 171,172, 173 Slayton, Greg 38, 49, 1 81 Slayton, Mrs. L. N. 14, 215 Sloan, Karen 185 Smith, Ann 197 Smith, Mrs. David M. 12, 21 4 Snowdon, Mrs. Harold H. 70, 212 Snyder,Jennifer 201 Snyder,Jon 38,54,179, 181 Snyder, Todd 97,189 Southwest Bank 243 Sparks, Susannah 105,207 Springer, Chris 205 Springer, Mr. and Mrs.-Ierry D. 222 Stanley, Bill 47, 62, 173 Stanleyhlohn 21, 28, 47, 88, 165 Stan Nelson Co. 237 Stansberry, Mr. Will 18, 24, 35, 53, 21 8, 219 Steed,Dick 201 Steed, Lynne 24, 73,176 Steed, Susan 15, 80, 181 Stephen, Mr. Michaelj. 27, 78, 215, 218 Stevens, Alexandra 207 Stevens, Dede 205 Stevens, Greg 20, 201 Stevenson, Amy 80,177, 230 Stevenson, Frank 35, 50, 52, 53, 63, 84, 85, 91, 120,124,139 Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs.john M. 222 Stevenson, Sarah 96, 97, 189 Steves, Sarah 197 Steves, Stephanie 177 Steves, Sterling 189 Stinnett,John197 Stinnett, Mrs.j. Thomas 217 Stinnett, Travis 201 Stinson, Mr. Dick 24, 35, 38, 21 8 Stouffer, Dr. and Mrs. James G. 223 Stoufferulimmy 19, 35, 53,109,153 Stouffer, Mary 41, 56, 59, 63,165 Stovall, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. 222 Stovall, Shawn 193 Strassburger, Kenneth 74, 207 Strozeski, Mr. Michael W. 29, 215 Sullenberger, Brooks 101, 185 Summer, Stephanie 205 Sumner, Nancy 196,197 Sweeney, Anita 30, 31, 42, 70, 84, 169 Sweeney, Erin 177 Sweeney, Pat 38, 185 Sweeney, Shannon 41, 60, 61,165 T Tarridc, Carolyn 81, 177 Tarride, Diana 59, 173 Tarride, Michelle 61, 68, 75, 91, 92, 108, 165, 237, 270 Tatum, Dan 192, 193 Tatum, Leslie 41, 56, 58, 63, 71, 76, 87, 120, 155, 262,270 Tatum, Scott 35, 44, 47, 63, 66, 170, 173 Taylor, Ann 41, 56, 63, 169 Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. Lewis E. 222 Taylor, Ty 83, 209 Taylorls Rental 226 Team, Lisa 177 Texas Electric Service Co. 227 Texas Refinery Corp. 229 Thomas M. Ryan and Co. 232 Thomas S. Byme, Inc. 256 Thompson-Dickson Travel 232 Thompsonjohn 38, 48, 49, 185 Thompson, Kelly 38, 54, 80, 82,100, 175, 177, 230 Thompson, Margaret 28, 41, 56, 57, 58, 63, 91,93,100,162, 164, 165 Thompson,Melissa 197 Thompson,Dick 35, 36, 91, 124, 126 Thorton, Cheryl 41, 42, 60, 61, 63, 144, 260 Thrifty Cleaners 239 Tilley, Ann 41, 56, 57, 63, 169 Tilley, Gwen 41, 42, 56, 57, 59, 63, 70, 93,123,146, 270 Tilley, Marisa 205 Tilley,Joe 193 Tilley, Mr. and Mrs. Rice M. 223 Tippit, Eric 201 Tobin's Pet Shop 239 Todd, Molly 61, 121,158 The Toy Chest 239 Trew, Philip 197 Trew, Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. 223 Twinning, Mrs. Robert K. 43, 61, 218 Tucker, Vance 17,189 Tyson Buick 230 U University State Bank 246 V Van Buskirk, Mrs. James 204, 21 9 Van Trump, Richard 1 93 Vincent, Kim 181 Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. 223 W Wagner, Bryan 54, 58, 183, 185 Wagner, Mrs. Donn H. 213 Wagner, Sissy 193 Walker, Claire 193 Walker,john 26, 46, 47, 63, 84, 87, 90, 91, 121, 123,124, 151, 270 Wallace, Dr. and Mrs. john L.,-Ir. 222 Walsh, Pat 38, 48, 49,181 Walsh Rancher 248 Ward, Cathy 71, 143 Ward, Dr. and Mrs. Drue S. 222 Ward, Laura 96, 1 89 Ward, Mimi 42, 43, 59, 169 Ware, Neel 35, 51, 53, 92,169 Webb, Mrs. Billy G. 21, 21 6 Webb, Mr. Cloys V. 23, 214 Webb, Dwight 3s,49,1s4,185 Webb, Karen 16, 43, 135 Webb, Kerry 43, 90, 91, 92, 162, 165 Webb, Mrs, McLeod 214 Webb, Simone 13, 185 Webb, Victoria 205 Weber, Dieter 189 Webster, Lon 193 Webster, Leslie 195, 197 Webster, Tammy 40, 42, 173 Weilepp, Bruce 35,173 Weilepp, Kristin 177 Weldon's Flowers and Antiques 257 Western, Amy 189 Western, Angela 185 Western, Burnie 38, 49, 180, 181 Wentworth, Tim 47, 169 Whipple, Peter 38, 54, 177, 230 White, Wendy 207 Whitson,Ionathan 38, 109, 177 Whitson, Nancy 193 Whitson, Robin 28, 35, 165, 270 Wilkin,John 54, 55, 176,177 Wilkin, Laura 185 Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. 222 Williams, Elizabeth 1 75, 177, 230 Williams, Mr. Hubert T. 213 Williams, Lisa 25, 59, 69,165 Williams, Lynn 177, 230 Williams, Marshall 197 Williams, Tim 38,54,181 Williamson, Alex 205 Williamson, Annette 1 77 Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. C. Dickie 222 Williamson, Greg 74, 209 Wilson,Tad 38, 54, 185 Wilson, Taylor 83, 209 Williams, Mr. Thomas A. 16, 213, 218 Witt, Barry 189 Woodard,Mrs. Douglas 213 Woodson, Doug 38, 54, 55, 80, 138, 1 85 World Service Life Insurance Company 258 Clinton D. Wright Realtor, Inc. 257 Wynne, Mitch 29, 35, 50, 52, 53, 173 Y The Yellow Daisy 233 Young, George 38, 49, 177 Young, Mr. and Mrs. George M. 223 Young, Kelly 59, 90, 166, 169 Young, Sherman 38, 49,185 Z Zay,Tim 177 2 bb Charlotte Munn, Editor in Chief Mr. Robert D. Adams, Advisor EDITORIAL STAFF ACADEMICS Camille Kemp, Editor Bill Albers Carla Olin Michelle Tarride Kerry Webb Robin Whitson ATHLETICS Leslie Tatum, Editor STUDENT LIFE Charlotte Munn, Editor Bill Albers Jens Klokhoj QFall onlyj Lizabeth Lambert QFall onlyj Carla Olin Kim Pease QFall onlyj Kerry Webb Robin Whitson MEANWHILE Bill Albers, Editor Stephen Saperstein Credits PEOPLE Debbie Blair, Editor Maxine Acola QFaIl onlyj Kathy Bahan QFall onlyl Chuck Fugitt Jens Klolchoj QFall onlyj Tom Leatherbury Leslie Tatum Gwen Tilley Robin Whitson ADVERTISING Stephen Saperstein, Director Bill Albers Chuck Fugitt Camille Kemp Adelaide Kline John McClung Kim Pease Robin Whitson INDEX Chuck Fugitt COVER DESIGN Karen Webb TITLE PAGE DESIGN Camille Kemp Charlotte Munn PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Bobby Dowling, Chief Photographei John McClung, Chief Photographer John Wallace, Chief Photographer David Capper Mark Isbell QFalI onlyj Robin Whitson BUSINESS STAFF Dick Sealy, Business Manager CRAFTSMEN Anchor Printing 84' Lithographing Cc Inc. 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