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Page 165 text:
MIKE DE BOE
DEBBIE DE CORMIER
PAUL DE SHANO
peeds, speech, April throne
crown eniors' initial go
Even as Sophs we distinguished ourselves. The
tleet feet of Jack Clark and Dave Collins made impres-
sions in Cross Country and Track. Carol Opland reigned
as First Lady ofthe Presidential. Carol, Mary Lou Conrow
and Jill Welch began cheerleading careers as reserves.
Music honors at Solo and Ensemble Festival were won by
Randy Fotiu, Nancy Kushigian, Frank McTaggart, Beth
Shirley, Maura Taormina, Ron Zang, and Bill Donahue.
Bill also made State Honors Band and Orchestra. Marsha
Rappley scored in forensics, Nancy Kushigian and Chuck
Murphy won recognition in debate, Nancy semi-finalled
the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition. Judy Cross
and Chris Lang received Physical Education Department
awards, Dorothy Pumo was honored for Latin excellence.
For Carol Opland, Sophomore year brought o special honor: she is the
only Sophomore to have been elected First Lady of the April Presidential.
Carol did a victory dance with her President, Don Mooradian.
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mingle amusement, sport
Our magic middle-year began with Linda Larson as the
exotic genie rising from our Homecoming float of "Aladdin's
Lamp." Olticers elected the previous spring included Peter Mac-
Lean, president, Brian Bates, vice-president, Charles Murphy,
secretary, Cynthia Cardinal, treasurer. Carol Opland and Pat
Lissandrello represented our class on the Homecoming Court.
Andrea Gordon and Bob Santilli reigned as Daisy Mae and
L'il Abner at Sadie Hawkins. Dave Collins and Jack Clark con-
tinued to burn up the Cross Country trails, with Jack voted
"most valuable" on the team. Frank Rekieta received a similar
honor in wrestling and made the All-League team. Carol Opland,
Mary Lou Conrow and Jill Welch moved up to varsity cheer-
leading, ioined by Maura Taormina. Pat Marsh, Kathy Pegg,
Barb Pehrson, and Bonida Dollins were reserves. Getting class
rings added iust the right touch to our Christmas memories.
Bill Donahue, ragged and freckled, ioined in the spirit and fun of the annual
Sadie Hawkins dance, which was one of our successful Junior-year proiects.
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