Gainesville High School - Hurricane Yearbook (Gainesville, FL)
- Class of 1972
Page 1 of 326
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Text from Pages 1 - 326 of the 1972 volume:
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And as a calm before
the storm . . .
1lDon Krezdorn gets a head start for the
year by getting his locker ready early.
2lBarbara Powers finds a peaceful place to
take time out from a hectic day.
3lT he day is just beginning as Principal
Dan Boyd hurries to keep an appointment.
4lLunch time provides a welcomed interval
and a chance to be with friends.
5lT he rising popularity of bicycles leads
to crowded conditions in parking.
Together, but separately,
a new yean
A year which brought the fresh new
faces of sophomores,
the waiting faces
of juniors and
of sometimes tired, sometimes joyful
The year began September 7, having only
one session, bringing GHS students
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1lDebbie Ogletree and Dick Gates take a
leisurely stroll into the sunset.
2lMany students, like David Prescott, have
jobs in the afternoon.
3lAfter the bustle of the school day, Jennifer
James enjoys a game of soccer.
4lMary Schiavone, a sophomore, spends a
Sunday afternoon bowling.
5lHugh Davis and Cheryl Stanley relax by
going to a movie.
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Fall not only brought school but
to us, each pursuing
and filling our lives
Nature, solitude, books, people
and learning for me,
another way for you. How can
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Fall is a beautiful
time of year-
Have you noticed?
exceptional was a
parade, an old tradition renewed.
was a holiday for students.
The parade began
the day 's activities,
evening brought the game, an
Then the Canes
made the Homecoming theme,
"Hurricanes wind up their gale,
to twist the Tigers
by the tail," a reality with a
victory of 42 to 2
over Lake City.
After the game, a victory dance
with music by the Cracked Mirror
1lNeither cold weather nor lack of bleacher
seating discouraged the Stormwarning crowd.
2lNewly crowned Queens and their court
have big smiles at Coronation.
3lBarbara Debose and Tim Dobbins make
Stormwarning an event to remember.
4lln the wings, Mary Vachon waits to go on
stage to present Thespian skit.
5lThe traditional bonfire shone brightly to
conclude a memorable evening.
1lJohn Williams, enthusiastic fan, actively
cheers the Canes during a desperate drive.
2lA radiant Homecoming Court added color
and glamor to the half-time.
3lSandra Strickland pauses for a rest during
the Homecoming parade.
4lJ.V. cheerleaders put zip into the parade as
it proceeds down 13th Street.
Homecoming was brought to a
new and old
Stormwarning and Lullweek.
This year there
were many new ideas
put into action
more students in the fun.
on Tuesday, November 9,
was held to
crown the many lovely
Sweethearts of clubs,
Miss Hurricane, Debra Smith,
and the traditional
Homecoming Oueen, Jennifer Jones.
Some of the activities
were Purple and White day,
Apple day and Tramp day.
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Outside the rushing
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During the vear 1971-72
incorporated a student lounge,
opened a bookstore
for students, and collected
toys for underprivileged
Senate and House
organized the Student in
starting November 15, and
ending November 19,
which put the students in the
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1lSenate combines fun and work in a campus
beautification pick-up day.
2lRepresentatives assume a variety of poses as
House business proceeds.
3lSpeaker of the House, Vic Spencer, patient-
ly waits for the House representatives.
4lMaggie Enneking, Tommy Smerdon, Julie
Pridgen and Jan Smith of the Senior Steering
Committee plan for the candy sale.
5lCosandra Douglas and Tim Dobbins are two
of the many students collecting toys-for-tots
at Christmas time.
1lGretchen Olson finds it difficult keeping all
her junior paper together.
2lSophomore class officers plan for Froliis.
3lSara Muniz has a hard time deciding on a
boutonniere for the Senior Dance.
4lThe cast of "CoIumnbine Madonna" ac-
cept spontaneous applause.
5lDress rehearsals provide time to practice
applying the make-up.
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in going to school functions such as
the Junior-Senior Prom and the Senior
The Senior Dance,
March, was given at the
Fieitz Union Ballroom.
with enjoyment ofthe annual
a play given by
was another of the year's
1!Judith Kensler, Mike Clifford, Fletcher
Hope and Janie Tumer head for the beach
after graduation parties are over.
2lSue Roepe admires the new purple gown to
be worn for graduation.
31 Robbie Searles and Kathy Spence discuss
what their future will be after graduation.
4lWith exams finished, Jeannie Rosenberger
leaves GHS for the last time.
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f' ES Ali CHEAP DEFEHSE OF NATIONS
meant rnore than just another year
lt meant the end
of 12 long years of school.
was colorful this year
apparel a striking purple and white.
The final ceremony
which mixed nostalgic memories
with anticipation of the future.
the traditional reception
was held at GHS,
a place to which many seniors would
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Zone lines for the city's
three public high schools
with GHS having the smallest num-
of the three schools.
out-numbered sophomores nearly 9 to
1, the class of '74
did not get lost. Tenth graders
were in elective
courses with juniors and seniors,
but class unity came
as sophomore homerooms met daily.
single class project was the
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1lSophomore officers: president, John Eskewp
vice-president, Calvin Camps: secretary, Annie
W Pearl Williams and treasurer, Larry Brown.
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2lPatricia Osteen represented 10th graders as
Miss Sophomore 1972 for Homecoming.
3lAIthough separated by school zone lines,
friends still find time to be together -
Sagg iwestwoodl, Martha Cline, Larry
NlcCray, Joel Kocher, Tim Wahl lWestwoodl,
Roxann Jenkins and David Packer iWestwoodl
4lSleepy heads keep one ear open tor daily
announcements read by Leon Morgan in his
sophomore homeroom, A-8.
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was one of the exciting new
experiences for sophomores as they
became eligible for licenses. Finding a
parking place was another experience!
Deceased Dec. 11, 1971
for sophomores often meant that 10th graders were out-
numbered by juniors and seniors in many classes.
Grace Eldridge finds she is the only sophomore among juniors and seniors in her Introductory Journalism class
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largest project that
took on this year.
The decision to donate money
selling Christmas paper
was voted on favorably by the
Juniors also took part in the
with a float
the election of a class queen.
1lJunior officers: president, Hugh Davis:
vice-president, Joe Camps: secretary,
Maye Williams and treasurer, Adrienne
2lLaShaun Williams represented 11th
graders as Miss Junior 1972.
3!Hard work and late hours went into the
construction of the junior float for the
4lJohn Faricy pays careful attention to
his "Snoopy" Spanish Lesson.
5lCathy Long whispers the homecoming
slogan to Kevin Rolfe, hoping he is the
"secret person" on Whisper Day.
3 Keith Austin
Juniors proudly displayed their 1973 GHS class rings to their families and friends.
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wearing the school
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1lSeniors, Jane Castor and David Ayers,
turn for one more look at the Union, as
they leave their last high school prom.
2lWatches were checked and curfews met,
as U18 night of the Prom came to an end.
3lFor many, the wonderful night con-
tinued into a funfilled day at the beach.
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calmly on the pond. Inside, students
enjoy the excitement of this year's Prom.
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Starting with just a date on the
officers, committees and faculty
band selection, theme choice and
decorations for the
spring gala, the
Jr. Sr. Prom
held in the ballroom
Reitz Union, lVlay 27.
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remained about the only "required for all juniors" course
in this year's curriculum.
Finding a comfortable place to read an assignment for history is no problem at all for Sheila Dukes.
Jo Ann Sanderson
Eliz Van Mierop
was felt by juniors as they out-numbered sophomores
but were out-ranked by seniors.
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Great responsibility fell
as they headed the largest
senior class ever at GHS.
With 961 students, more
and juniors combined,
"Senior Power" was more evident
than it had ever been
in the past.
Seniors had the option of coming
at 7:50 this year,
this being a great help to those
needing additional credits
The officers led seniors
in boosting Hurricane Spirit,
holding the Senior Candy Sale,
and being guests
at the traditional
Junior-Senior Prom in the sipring.
Graduation in June
marked the end of formal schooling
for the last senior class
of Gainesville to attend
only one high school.
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president: Paul Cramer, president: Diane Mills,
secretary: Judy Wilkerson, treasurer.
2lEarly alarms were a part of life for the
seniors who went to class at 7:50.
3lThe Hurri ne warning flag, a sign to all
that "GHS is the best!"
4lJohn Vidal and Hugh Guinn rejoice at the
feeling of freedom that graduation brings.
For the first time in three years, all students had
a chance to hear announcements, vote on student
issues and get attendance checked daily in
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Mary Ann Beckett
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the senior class of '72 could take pride,
or at least feel unique, knowing that they were Gi-lS's
Experience in learning through trips and other
experimental techniques was available to
some one hundred seniors taking the three-hour
June 9 meant the start of a new era. As evidenced by rings or
pins, for some seniors, the promise of
upcoming engagements or marriage was held in the fast-approaching
f a ve special event in a special way.
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With GHS back on single session for the first time in three years
and all students attending at the
same time, that elusive object once lost was rediscovered-student
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Kathryn Gaitanis - Acc. Grad.
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For the first time ever at Gainesville High School, this year
students had the opportunity to rest,
talk, and buy things to eat and drink at the new student
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academic and athletic record, and, of course,
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new friendships were formed.
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forming relationships that
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competent leadership and planning. All the projects, sales
and events of the year were planned by the senior
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Dee Dee Nobles
The GHS band worked hard this year, with many sales, drives, and
a bazaar in October, to raise the
needed money to replace their 25-year-old
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How did the mighty, fighting Hurricanes do it that time? Spirit, boys, Spirit!
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Linda Joyce Smith
Terrie Lee Smith
For those who decided to stay on campus during lunch, the
companionship ofa circle of friends sharing a
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This gold emblem was a common sight, sign of another new NHS member
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Though it was their last year at GHS that didn't stop many
seniors from participating in provisional periods,
meeting various requirements and trying out for
An innovation this year-sophomores, juniors and seniors
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The Junior Varsity opened their 1972 season with
an impressive show of talent as they
Ocala Forest by a score of 54-0. John
Butler led the JV attack with
three touchdowns on runs of 8, 15 and 34 yards.
Flanker Wayne Williams pulled in a 48-yard
pass from Randy Craig and another from Dan
Dickey for two more scores.
Craig also hit Barney Warren with a 19-yard
touchdown pass and Larry Crenshaw scooted across
the goal line to paydirt.
The Baby Canes' defense scored a decisive
victory, relinquishing nothing to the Ocala team.
Playing away didn't bother the JV as
they demonstrated their ability-in dominating
the playing field. They
Ocala Vanquard 24-O. Mark Sommesse scored three
TD's. Craig hauled in an 18-yard toss from Williams
98!Junlor Varsity Football
and skipped across the goal for the last score.
Two touchdown passes from Craig to Williams were
good enough to lead the JV to a 16-12
over the Baby Tigers in Lake City, Craig passed
8 and 15 yards to Williams while Sommesse and
Crenshaw added two-point conversions.
The Baby Canes stampeded on to their fourth win,
Cyrstal River in the process.
Williams led the field
with three touchdowns. The Craig-Williams combo
teamed up on pass-plays of 50 and 12
yards for two of the three and Williams scored
the other on a 35-yard punt return.
GHS led 22-O at halftime.
Mark Sommesse scored the last TD on
an 8-yard run. Sommesse was also
responsible for two two-point conversions.
1lQuarterback Randy Craig prepares to
pas as he is rushed by defenders.
2lJV defenders display their superb
tactics of limiting the ball movements.
3lThe .IV offense was hard to stop, as
they made the winning touchdown.
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The Baby Canes handed out hard hits and
tackles as they
their hometown rival, the Eastside Hams,
22-0. Thomas drove in on runs of two and
four yards. Craig fired a 50-yard bomb to
Williams. Danny Sapp and
Sommesse both scored on two-point conver-
After maintaining a record of five wins and
no losses, the JV was
by a 6-6 tie with the Baby Tigers of Lake
City. The Baby Tigers were
to put the only blemish on the JV's
The JV could not move the ball
against the tough Baby Tiger defense,
and scored only one touchdown.
The score came on a 12-yard
gallop by Barney Warren. The Baby Canes
held the JV of Lake City to short yardage
and one touchdown.
GHS' JV terminated their season with a
shellacking the Buchholz Bobcat JV, 62-O.
This raised the JV's average to more than
thirty points per game. Quarterback Craig
passed 34 yards to Dan Dickey, 35 yards to
Mark Sturkes and 30 and 40 yards
to Williams, all for TDs. Craig then raced
28 yards for a score and Warren added a
38-yard run. Thomas hit paydirt on a 2-yard
gallop and Butler powered over
from five yards out for the last touchdown.
Credit is due the offensive line
for the protection they provided, and the
defense, which relinquished only
eighteen points in a seven game season.
1lCane defenders shut the door on a runner.
2lEastside defenders try in desperation to
break up a Craig bomb.
3lThe JV offense proves to be an aggressive
foe for opposing defenders.
4lMark Hendon picks off an Eastside pass.
Junior Varsity Football!i01
When the Purple Hurricanes met the Deland Bull-
dogs in the first game
of the 1972 season on the Astroturf
at Florida Field, they had
on their minds. ln this first of eight season
games to be played on the artificial grass
of the University of Florida's field,
the Canes stacked up more
points in a single game
than any Cane team in the past 12 years. GHS re-
venged last year's defeat
Quarterback Wayne Fields' passing attack, combin-
ed with the jaunts of running backs,
stampeded the Bulldogs.
Long runs by Possum Fuller and David Standrldge
were climaxed in touchdowns. Chris
Wilson added eight PATS to the
GHS had an excellent night, with Flandy Howell,
John Thames and Fleshe Walton outstanding as Deland
was held to only six points.
The Canes held the coveted "No. 1 in the State"
rating for a week before a night of
mistakes and penalties
ended in a
40-28 loss to the Lakeland Kathleen Red Devils.
Big tight end Mike Kelley
grabbed a spectacular
42-yard pass from Fields. Fields then scored the
first touchdown through a hole opened
by center Bob Oetter.
The Devils passed to score time and again while
butter-fingered GHS receivers
dropped passes on the 15-yard line and in
the end zone.
One Cane touchdown was called back and mistakes were
the determined Canes finally
broke through with two more
calls and Cane penalties
kept the Devils' drives
alive. Fields' thrilling second-
effort touchdown runback from the kick
off was not enough.
Undaunted by the defeat, the
Canes scored a
on their single road game
against Ft. Myers Cypress
Lake. All the
Canes came off the bench, whip-
ping the Panthers 63-8.
The Canes' defense forced and
recovered two fumbles.
Albert Harper intercepted a
pass and Aaron Carter block-
ed a punt.
Both set up touchdowns.
After Cedric Young
and Fuller scored in the third
quarter, No. 2 quarterback Pat
Padgett engineered four scoring
booted seven PATS and Dan
Alford passed to Kelley for a
1lQuarterback Wayne Fields gem a brief rest
while Coach Jim Niblack contacts the referee.
2lCoech Wesley Dicks reviews plays with the
defense on the sidelines.
3lFieIds stampedes around the and with the
help of a block thrown by Possom Fuller.
Last year's State Champ, the
Raiders of Miami Edison, handed
the Canes their second defeat,
scoring the winning
left. Both teams scored and miss-
ed PATS. Fuller
scored first on a sweep to
climax an 80-yard drive. GHS
then intercepted a pass and re-
covered a fumble, but failed to
Fields' 1-yard dive and WiIson's
PAT gave the Canes the lead
in the second half.
GHS defenders tried to main-
tain their 13-12 lead, rushing
passes and causing big
losses. With precious seconds
ticking away, Edison refused
to give up the ball. Cane de-
fenders were unable to halt
Raider end-arounds which cost
them the game, 18-13.
In a drenching downpour, GHS
Tampa Plant's Panthers, 37-0.
Padgett threw three TD passes to
Kelley and Williams. Rick
lVlcDavid recovered a fumble
which led to the
third score. Andy
Banks and Tom Roberts threw a
block enabling Fields to race around
the end 20 yards for a score.
After the kickoff, Thames corral-
ed a Panther fumble, and on his
second attempt, Fuller scurried
The mighty Canes scored at will,
the Mustangs of Jacksonville
Tech., 49-O. Fields scored on
gallops of 10 and 15 yardsg
Alford, Young and Standridge
gained points on short dashes.
Alford and Brown caught
with Wilson rounding out the
scoring with seven PATS.
Espenship and Cowart intercepted
two passes and limited Tech
to short yardage.
1lAIbert Harper smashes into a tough runner.
2lLevi Henry, Rick Henry, Van Goettling and
Dick Wright succeed in foiling another
3lDavid Standridge holds tightly to the ball
while gaining important first-down yardage.
4lT he powerful offensive line stands firmly.
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Winter Haven's Blue Devils
a valiant second-half Cane effort hand-
ing them their third loss, 13-7.
With this defeat, all hopes of a state
play-off berth were erased.
In the first half, Winter Haven
scored on two field goals, the Canes
were unable to move the ball.
After the Devils scored on
the kick-off, GHS, directed by previous-
ly injured quarterback Jim Latsko,
fought to make up the 13-O deficit.
Latsko passed 59 yards to Dan Alford for
the lone touchdown.
Wilson booted the extra point.
The Cane defense thrashed the Devils with
Brian Collop and David Craig
among those continually ruining Devil
With less than four minutes remaining,
Thames picked off a pass to give
the Canes incentive.
But with blocking battered, Latsko had to
scramble only to be clobbered by the
Devils' onslaught. Winter Haven
then ran out the clock.
ln one of the most exciting games
Wayne Fields tied the
school's individual scoring record for
totaling six of the eight TDs. The Canes
Orlando Boone, 5521.
Fields completed a Latsko pass 53 yards,
a Latsko pitchout 44 yards and
a Latsko pass 27 yards for touchdowns. He
galloped two and seven yards for scores.
Alford completed the two-point
conversiong Wilson kicked three extra-points
Fields added life to the game as he went 73
yards and literally outran the entire
Boone defense to score. Collis Dennison,
Flournoy, VanGoettling and Levi
Henry penetrated the Boone offense
for big losses.
During the final minutes, Don Dickey
intercepted a pass to set up the
Padgett pumped an 84-yard bomb to Stokes
Stokes, who had barely missed three
interceptions, caught the ball and danced into
the end zone, Elmo Wright style.
1lPadgett shouts signals as stalwart offen-
sive Iinemen dig in.
2lDesperation is portrayed on the face of
big tight-end Mike Kelley.
3lChris Wilson boots another extra-point
through the uprights.
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Previously unbeaten Lake City was the victim of a
spirited Homecoming rout as the highest scoring
offense in Florida rolled again,
the Tigers, 42-2. The Canes first TD was set up when
Joe Camps and Thames smashed into the Tiger
quarterback, propelling the ball into the arms of
Henry, who raced to the 5-yard line. Center Oetter
and guard Chuck Mendenhall tore a huge hole in the
line allowing Fields to make his
touchdown dive. Noseguard Flournoy smashed the
quarterback again, who flipped the ball into Camps'
hands. Camps rushed 25 yards for the score. Flourno
Wallace Lang, Henry, Don Orth and Wright
flattened the failing Tiger offense.
Fields bulled across for another TD to
climax a 78-yard drive. Mark Anderson and
Mendenhall chewed a gap in the line, with
Fields side-stepping the last five yards.
Wright recovered a fumble, setting up Stand-
ridge's score. Then came a 44-yard
pass from Padgett to Stokes and a 14-yard
hook- up with Dean, both for touchdowns.
Wilson added to his string of PATS,
kicking six. Thames ended the game with a
Bowl-bound Canes destroyed tough Miami
Northwestern 28-6, in the last regular
season game. The Canes record was
Scoring began slowly, with only one TD
in the first half, Latsko scurried five
yards to the end zone. Wilson kicked his
first of four points. GHS led 7-6 at the
In the third quarter, Latsko teamed up with
Alford on a 23-yard pass-play to insure a
first down. Padgett came in to shoot a 13-yard scor-
ing pass up the middle to Kelley. Fields eluded
the Bulls 17 yards for the third TD. Cowart
picked off two passes, the last of which set up
Fields' 11-yard dash to conclude scoring. Fields
adopted the post-touchdown frenzy dance with the
ball held above his head. He left the game the
highest scoring individual in Florida.
Also outstanding were co-captain Rick Heller,
Bob Wallace, Steve Wheeler, Leroy Williams and
Robert Voyles. The injured Jim Williams was
an honorary co-captain.
Also adding to the game's excitement
were guards Shane Powers and Glenn Whittington.
1lDavid Standridge is upended on a big play
by a flashing phantom.
2lJohn Thames and Henry Slappy strain to
recover a fumble.
3lAs he drops back to connect on a bomb,
Latsko eyes an advancing defender.
4lBlitzing through the line, David Craig
prepares to dump the opposing quarterback.
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The Canes suffered a heartbreaking 14-O
loss at the hands ofthe Jacksonville
Englewood Rams. It was GHS' only
shutout loss of the season.
The icy weather, combined with the
Rams' defense, helped to freeze
the Canes' offense to 86 total yards.
They lost two fumbles and
had three passes intercepted. Two
of these mistakes led to Engle-
GHS' defense sparkled many times
during the night, and succeeded in
holding the Hams on three straight
downs on the Cane one-foot line.
The Canes deepest penetration came
after Englewood's second score.
The drive began deep in GHS territory
and culminated with a 22-yard pass
from Latsko to Brown. Several plays
later an interception killed the
serious scoring threat.
1lPat Padgett runs on a quarterback sneak.
2lBobby Espenship and Reshe Walton kill a
play as they successfully slow the Tigers.
3lBig Jim Niblack is carried from the field by
some exultant players.
4lWayne Fields dances into the end zone.
5lCharlie Brown hauls in another bomb.
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excitement in the stands.
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Not quite up to par, the Baby Canes
dropped their opening
game to Orlando Boone 6541. Wayne
Williams led the field of
scorers with an impressive high of 15
points for the night.
Larry Griffin and Tim Wahl were
follow-up scorers with nine points
still plagued the JV as they fell
victim to Orlando Oakridge 70-50. At
the half, the JV had managed
to post only 19 points compared to
a strong 30 by Orlando.
Randy Craig and Joel Kocher were point
leaders with 12 each.
Still searching for their first
win, the JV became bait to
a hungry Ocala Forrest team. Ocala put
ice on hopes for a win by
a score of 58-48.
Williams was a consistent hitter
from the field, gaining
high point honors with 15 points.
The lead changed hands
throughout the game, but in the end
Ocala came out on top.
The Baby Canes clinched their
mopping up Orlando Edgewater 6655.
Kocher led the attack for the
win. Williams hit for 25
points from the floor.
The Baby Scorpions of Satellite Beach
stole the show from the JV,
winning the fourth game, 6055.
The Baby Canes suffered
heavily from fouls and were forced
to play catch-up ball. During
the final minutes, the lead changed
five times. Foul shots made
the difference for Satellite Beach.
Daytona Seabreeze blew by
The JV, 66-57. The Baby Canes
proved to be excellent
contenders in the opening moments,
but fell behind as the game
progressed. Kocher twisted his ankle
in the fourth period leaving the Canes
without a playcaller-
Upset by the loss of Kocher, the
JV played a miserable
game against Winter Park, losing 72-15.
Unable to cope with a
full-court press, the Baby Canes
gave up many rebounds.
Sanford's Seminoles dominated the
backboards, playing time, and
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score, 68-53, in the
seventh game. Unity and spirit were
lacking. Kocher returned to lead
the JV, 78-34, in the fifth straight
loss of the season. The
JV could not break Boone's offensive
attack. Ocala Forrest won, 46-28,
in the lowest scoring
game of the season. Ocala's height
advantage enabled them to
control the backboards. This and
poor shooting resulted in the loss.
1lMark Sommese completes a quick layup.
2lSommesse jumps high to tip the ball out of
his opponent's reach.
3lThe Baby Canes scramble under the net.
4lSommesse taps the ball his vyay on aiump.
5fTh9 Babv Canes iump high to out-rebound
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1lThe JV fumbles the ball under the net.
2lMark Sommesse goes up for another basket
to add two points to the JV score.
3lLarry Harris rushes downcourt with the
basketball and a play in mind.
4lTim Wahl goes up to score, only to be
slowed by a defender.
5lThree players watch as their teammate
struggles toward the basket.
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JV played a
game against Winter Haven, losing 69-61.
The Baby Canes led at the
half, 38-25, but the Blue Devils gained
44 points in the second half
to give them the win.
On the road again, the JV traveled to
Tltusville, only to lose .
62-58. The Baby Canes managed to close
the vvide gap at the end behind
the accurate shooting of Wayne Williams.
Time ran out on the JV in Deland as
a possible last minute winning shot
was ruled dead as the buzzer sounded.
Williams was the leading
scorer and rebounder for the Canes.
The Baby Cane defense was unable to
stop Deland's 51-50 win.
The JV returned to the home of the Baby
Scorpions in Satellite Beach to
their earlier season loss. The JV found the
going still rough as they lost again, 55-48.
Returning home from their weary road
trip, the JV played and fell victim
to Daytona Seabreeze, losing 56-46.
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to their win over the Baby Canes.
The JV defense was unable
to stop the inevitable loss.
The JV stopped Merritt Island, 4948,
giving them their second win
ofthe season. The Baby Canes scrambled
hard inthe closing moments
giving them the vvin by a one point margin
The Baby Canes were caught off guard
after winning their second
game, losing to Winter Haven 56-45.
The JV, behind 27-19 at the half, was
aided by the high of eleven
points scored by Williams.
The JV paced themselves to a 50-43
over Sanford Seminole. This gave the
Baby Canes their third win
of the season. Joel Kocher led the
attack for the JV vvith 13 points.
The Baby Canes played hard and
beat out the Lake City Tigers. This
win came on the last game
ofthe season, boosting the JV's
record to 4-15.
Williams led the Baby Canes in their
58-52 trouncing of the Baby
Tigers with 26 points.
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Orlando Boone dropped the
69-59, in the first season game.
Boone's free throws in the second
quarter helped attain a 28-26
halftime lead. Second quarter play
also put the Canes out of contention.
Clarence Kelly sparkled throughout the
night, shooting a total of 28 points.
Wayne Fields and Bob Nelson had 11
Although they played a cold second
half, the Canes evened their record,
outplaying Orlando Oakridge 70-52.
Aggressiveness in the second and third
quarters was the key factor in the
win. Forward Nelson controlled
the backboards, picking up 12 rebounds
while adding 19 points. Five players
hit double figures for scoring.
A successful three-game road trip was
'concluded when the Canes spun past Ocala
Forrest, 61-54. Kelly hauled down
15 rebounds and scored 27 points. GHS
led 29-26 at halftime.
Again the Canes were quick on their
feet and played consistent ball where
Ocala did not.
The Pumpers tripped Titusvil le's Terr-
iers 52-40, in a tremendous defensive
battle. The win was the Canes' home
Charlie Brown was the only player to hit
consistently from the outside, tying
Fields for scoring honors with 12
points. The Pumpers trailed most of the
first period, but built a strong lead
by the half. The fluid play of David
Ayers was the main reason for the ex-
cellent ball control performance.
Ayers led assists with 7 and Kelly led
in rebounds with 10.
Powering GHS through its fifth game,
smacked Orlando Edgewater, 60-41.
After Kelly had dislocated his shoulder
the team was forced to hustle. Ayers
and Mark Benton grabbed for loose
balls, between them they had
six steals. GHS led 22-19 at the half
on a desperation shot by Ayers which
whooshed into the basket. Fields was
the high scorer with 17 points.
1!Clarence Kelly and Mike Peterson display
the Canes' strong defense.
2lPeterson shoots a quick pass to Wayne
Fields over the hands of a defender.
3lArms and legs get tangled as Reggie Mc-
Donald prepares to shoot.
4lKelly steals the ball as Fields blocks.
5lPeterson prevents an Ocala player from
passing the ball inside.
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GHS' long-standing home win streak was
demolished by the determined Rockledge
Raiders. The invaders outscored the
Canes 44-41. Rockledge dominated the
foul line and backboards, and led 20-15
at the half. Wingman Mike Peterson hit
five floor shots and two free throws to
lead the scoring attack.
Yet a new Purple Pumper streak was begun
when the Canes polished off the stubborn
Satellite Beach Scorpions, 67-58. Only
in the third quarter did the Canes gain
breathing room. The game was marred by
fouls. Fields and Peterson scored 15
The Canes ripped the nets for 26 points
in the final quarter to grab a 5045
victory over Orlando Jones in the
Tournament, Keith Hardeman paced the way
with 21 points. GHS also deflated Orlan- . N
do Boone, 63-51 in the semi-finals. 1
Peterson amassed 23 points. It was the . f F
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Lakeland Kathleen slipped by the Canes
56-55 in the opening game of the Winter
Behind 28-26 at halftime, the Canes
struggled through the entire game. lt
continued until the final minutes when
Kathleen copped the bucket to win.
Thirteen Canes saw action and eleven
scored in the consolation game against
Orlando Colonial. GHS sped past Colonial,
69-54. Now ranked 17th, the Canes sported
an 8-4 record.
GHS' rebound statistics were outstanding.
Fields headed the team with 16 points,
and Brown had 10. For his two-night
effort, Fields landed a spot on the All-
In one of the best offensive perfor-
mances of the season, GHS took command
in the opening period and h eld off a
late surging rally, blowing past
Daytona Seabreeze, 74-63. A mammoth
19-5 first quarter bulge was built when
the second teamers took the reins.
Fields, Hardeman, Nelson and Peterson
scored 13, 14, 19 and 17 points,
1lPlaymaker David Ayers formulates a plan
while moving downcourt.
2lThe tall ones go up for a jump-ball.
3lAn Ocala defender fouls Charlie Brown.
4lKelly grabs for a missed Cane rebound.
5lDetermination shows on Kelly's face as he
stretches for the ball.
Pointman Ayers added strength to the
game by completing four of eight bas-
kets. Brown copped scoring honors with
Too many turnovers thwarted
victory hopes against the Sanford
Seminoles, 53-49. The luckless Canes
fell victim to the Seminole press
throughout the second half. Forward
Fields paced the team with five field
goals and two foul shots for a to-
tal of 12 points.
Coming off of their loss, the Canes
their way to an 85-64 victory over
Orlando Boone. Guard Mike Peterson
produced 25 points for the high score.
The press and consistent play through-
out won the game.
Clarence Kelly, returning in full form,
scored 33 points and grabbed 20 re-
bounds, leading GHS to a 74-47
1lClarence Kelly gives the ball a boost.
2lKeIIy shows superb form while struggling to
control the tip-off.
3l0utIeaping his opponent, pivot-man Kelly
sinks another Cane basket.
over Ocala Forrest. By halftime, the
Canes had built an awesome 3522 lead.
The Purple Pumpers fought on defense
and hustled as in previous games,
smothering the Ocala team.
Fifth-ranked Winter Haven handed the
Canes a humiliating defeat, 68-54.
GHS held onto the game in the beginning
minutes before sloppy play resulted in
points for the Devils. Halftime was
an embarrassing 30-15 with GHS
The 21 point gap was cut to 14 by
Brown's hot hand. Nelson was high
scorer with 12 points.
Road-weary, the Purple Pumpers dropped
another Contest, this to the Winter
Park Wildcats, in a 59-51 disappointment.
The Canes fell behind by six at the
half. In the final period, the
scrappy defense resorted to the press.
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Although they played a poor first half,
second half spurts carried the
Canes through against Daytona
Seabreeze, 74-37. The first string had
been benched by the end of the
second period, but returned to play
a great second half. Keith Hardeman
had an outstanding night,
with 14 points and six rebounds. Kelly
added 13 points and Peterson and
Fields 12 each. The Purple Pumpers'
record was now 15-7.
GHS won its fifth game in a row and its
ninth in the last eleven outings.
host Merritt Island, 87-53. The Canes
hustled more than usual, and did an
excellent job against the
press. Fields threw in 12 field goals
and four charity throws for a total of
28 points, his highest output of
GHS raced to a 24-12 first quarter lead
and was never threatened.
Ever optimistic and fightingqhe Canes
the Titusville Terriers, 77-58.
During the middle of the first peiod
the starters sat on the bench and
watched Charles Benson, Mike Clifford,
Dick Gates, Brian Hogle, Reggie Mc-
Donald and Jerry Nlauldin give the I
Terriers a spanking. Free throw shoot-
ing improved as the Canes canned 29
of 38 against Titusville.
Each of the Canes who made the trip to
Deland played in the 59-42 rout of the
Bulldogs. Fields grabbed 11 rebounds
and Kelly 13 to dominate the
backboards. The play of Ayers
was also attributed to the wing the
pointman connected on four of seven
field goals and one free throw for
entered the game with three minutes
left in the second quarter and remain-
ed to DOST a 69-51 victory over Sat-
ellite Beach. GHS led by 22 points
at the half, 42-20. Wing Peterson
paced the Canes with
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2lKeith Hardeman shows form as he leaps
over the heads of defenders.
3lBob Nelson gains points as he completes a
charity throw for the Canes.
4lThe Canes race downcourt to score the
winning basket on a steal.
5lNelson taps the ball into the net to win.
Overcoming insurmountable odds against
the state's third-ranked team, the
Canes blasted Winter Haven's Blue
Devils, 71-61. GHS switched to a four-
corner offense in the second quarter,
frustrating the Devils. Wing Nelson
paced the Canes with 19 points.
The Sanford Seminoles dominated the
first period until their sloppy play
led to a defeat, 64-41, at the hands of
the mighty Canes. Co-captains Ayers and
Fields hit five field goals and two char-
ity throws for scoring honors.
Thirty rebounds and 21 points by Kelly
led GHS to a 70-54 victory over the
Tigers of Lake City. Hardeman totaled 15
points and had 10 rebounds for the night.
The Canes reached the
mark with a victory over Deland, 72-38.
Every man on the squad played and ten
scored. GHS led by as much as 33 points
during the second half. Fields muscled in
for a net of 21 points, and Ayers had a
total of 14 assists.
GHS smacked Longwood Lyman, 67-47, en
route to a finals berth for the District
championship. Fields had a total of 24
The Purple Pumpers slipped by bitter
rival Daytona Mainland, 50-49, to grasp
In harrowing overtime, Ayers knocked the
ball loose, Nelson grabbed it and
shuffled it back to Ayers, who whipped
it to Peterson. Peterson took one leap,
and fired a ten-footer into the basket
Lake Worth ousted the Canes from the
Region Two Tournament, 66-55, in a
game of crucial mistakes and fouls. GHS
outshot their foe from the field, 40-
38, but the Trojans gained the
margin of victory from the free throw
The Canes never gave up, even when
behind. Each had their moments, either
by connecting for points or by rugged
defense and spirited hustle. And they
hustled to gain their
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2lWayne Fields and Keith Hardeman struggle
to keep the ball in-bounds.
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Florida Field, enthusiasm surg-
ed throughout the crowd.
was the name ofthe game, and
while rain poured
down on fans, the
cheerleaders kept spirits
high with bright
smiles and roaring cheers.
Helping boost the
Canes this year were
captain Jennifer Jones
and co-captain Debbie
Ogletree. Remaining members
ofthe squad were
Barbara DeBose, Fran
Haight, Pat Kitchens, Peggy
Pennisi, Joann Pralle,
Leri Ryals, Debra
Smith, LaShaun Williams
and Debbie Zetrouer.
Members ofthe Junior
Varsity squad were Martha
Cline, Marilyn Donigan,
Cindy Holloway, Roxann
Jenkins, Vicki Sapp,
Lynn Williams and Susie
1lCheerleaders pledged their full support and
boosted the Canes to victory.
2l"Canes are No. 1!" screams Mike Ramsey,
displaying school spirit.
3lBright smiles of Diane DeBose and Vicki
Sapp help inspire the JV players.
4!Captain Jennifer Jones leads the cheer-
leaders in promoting school spirit.
5lTrying to rouse enthusiasm, Diane Mills
shakes her pom-poms.
Many new routines, as well as songs,
were added to the old drills, Iivening up
halftime performance at the
University of Florida football field.
Co-heading the majorettes were Anne Greathouse
and Nancy Willis. Other corps members were Bonnie
Bunker, Barbara Davis, Cosandra Douglas,
Karen Johnston, Susanne Kell, Debbie Kllgo,
Jean Nelson, and Debbie Zapp.
The tvvirlers were also involved in
collecting money for new band uniforms
and in sponsoring a school dance.
lt was an exciting year for the service
clubs, interest groups and individuals
who participated in
Eight girls' teams and ten boys' teams
competed in flag football and
Also included in intramurals, spon-
sored by Mrs. Connie Kormanyos, lVlr.
Juhan Mixon and student co-ordinator
Barbara Debose, were bowling, golf and
soccer matchesg ping-pong and volleyball
games and bicycle races. In order
to decide eliminations fairly,
the round-robin style of eliminations
A highlight of the basketball schedule
was a charity game played between
Key Club and the WGGG radio station
disc jockeys in which 31,163.39 was
raised for an ill child. After all
schedules ended, a trophy was given to
the team with the best intramural record
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an attempt to steal home.
2!Catcher Steve Mercadante awaits another
ball from the pitcher's mound.
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his teammates after smashing a homerun.
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Jim Latsko and Bill Smith co-captained
this year's varsity
Tryouts, begun in December, yielded
many talented and experienced athletes.
Tryouts for the Junior Varsity
team began in January, with lVlr. Reeves
Byrd taking over the coaching reins.
A major project of the team was
rejuvenating the practice field into
a diamond on which home games were
Discipline and enthusiasm marked the
team, which practiced afternoons under
the experienced eye of Coach Robert
Several intra-city games were sched-
uled. The first game was played
on the home field against Orlando
The team strove to better the losing
record of the previous year.
1lRobert Parham nears the finish of the mile
and a half run.
2l Leonard Peoples, Wallace Lang and An-
thony Hooker Ieave their' starting blocks.
3lT im Purdy shows correct form for hurdling.
University of Florida's track was the
site of daily practices for the men's
cross-country team. The five
directed by Coach Randy Shadburn, scored
points in the Alachua County Cross-
Country Meet with Ken Prevatt first and
Tim Purdy second. Robert Cade and Robert
Parham also finished among the top ten.
The four, plus Walt Anderson, traveled to
the District Meet in Grlando where they
copped places ranging from 18 to 59.
Training consisted not only of distance
running, but also interval sprints and
exercises to build stamina.
Mrs. Connie Kormanyos sponsored the
seven members of the women's team.
Lisa Floyd, Karen Reeb, Bo Williams and
Rachel Williams performed brilliantly
in the Alachua County Meet, placing in
the top ten for GHS.
Need for participation in larger meets
and a lack of experience, as well as a
small budget, hindered the
track and field
team this year.
At the Wildcat Open in Winter Park, the
team was the ninth of 21 schools. In the
second meet, a triangular against Apap-
ka and Ocala Forrest, Gl-IS won second.
Usual placers or winners in meets were
Jon Anderson, hurdles, Don Dickey, high
jump, Mike Kelly, discus and shot-put,
Al Mason, broad jump, Robert Parham and
Tim Purdy, 880-yd. run, Ken Prevatt, mile
run, and Larry Stokes, 100 and 220 yd.
Coach Randy Shadburn helped the team.
Some of the better athletes worked out
with the Gators and attended GHS prac-
tice at the Univ. of Fla.
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the high jump.
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Seven men vied for membership o ur
Coach Dave Tanner's ill!
team. Four members of last year's team-
lVlark Anderson, Hugh Guinn, Steve Hearn
and Tom Smerdon-returned to add the
experience and leadership needed to
participate in the disciplined sport.
Patience and a good temper were im-
portant habits to cultivate, although
they were especially difficult to
control on an off day.
Accuracy in short shots was developed
by puttingg for longer drives,
rhythm and the follow-through were
Members played golf frequently
throughout the year but
concentrated on the first
match vvith the defending State
Champs, Ocala Forrest. District and
State followed in late March.
1lJim Williams follows through on a com-
mendable drive in good style.
2lSteve Hearn drives a ball down the fairway
at Ironwood Golf and Country Club.
3lT om Smerdon retrieves a lost golf ball.
4lSmerdon ends a round of golf with a putt.
5lKeith Austin concentrates on the correct
stance while putting.
1lHand position is important as Karen Reeb
jumps the horse.
2lA gymnast must be agile and have control
of her balance.
3lDebbie Martin begins a forward roll.
4lDebbie Martin perfects an angel swing on
the uneven parallel bars.
Practicing in the early evening hours in
the University of Florida gym, the GHS
team, under the leadership
of Coach Amos Hill, and Captain
Sandy Maple, made a good showing in th
first meet. Also credited for the
success of the team was the
direction of Coach Randy Barnes, a
P.E. intern, who had judged in
several state meets. Coach Barnes
acquired the use of the gym for the
girls. The team was
composed of fifteen girls, five return-
ing from last year. They were
Nancy Goolsby, Sandy Maple, Brenda
Ransom, Debbie Weems, and
Debbie Zapp. New members showed
promise, while the old members held
the advantage of
experience. Scheduling meets was a
problem, for there
was a difficulty in finding teams
which belonged to the Florida Athletic
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Several out-of-state meets highlighted
the past year's
season. The Canes competed in Atlanta,
Georgia, and Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The GHS mermen and their counterparts
also participated in winter development
meets in Jacksonville, where they
experienced swimming in an indoor pool.
Co-captains leading the team were Elena
Welsch and Robbie Searles. They helped
to coordinate practices between the
3:45-5:30 time limit at the 300 Club.
April 29 the team attended the
District Meet, and the top three qual-
ifiers competed in the State Meet in
Ft. Lauderdale May 6. Last year,
the men placed fourth in the State Meet.
1lMonica Leadon first attains her balance.
2lAnd then she completes a perfect dive.
3lCarlos Muniz finishes a tiring breaststroke
race in first place.
4lC0-captains Elena Welsch and Robbie
Searles watch from the Iifeguard's stand.
5lSprinting home on the last lap of the
200-yd. fly, Searles is fatigued.
61 Kathy Spence practices racing starts.
led GHS to victories in their opening
matches, thumping Florida
High, 7-1, and slipping by Tallahassee
Leon, 4-3. ln later action,
the Canes lost to Bolles, 2-5, but carne back
to defeat Episcopal High, 5-2.
Seniors Tom Bartlett, Randy Heron,
Ronnie Heron and Nlasaya Konishi
with junior Billy Donigan
formed the 1972 team.
The Westside Recreation Center courts
were used for practice and
home matches. lVlr. John Nolan served
as the team coach.
1lCarIos Muniz skillfully uses his backhand
swing in returning the ball.
2lA determined effort to return the ball is
made by Masaya Konishi.
3lRandy Heron stoops to receive a serve.
4lMuniz has a confident smile as he serves the
ball to his opponent.
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Members of GHS' off-season Junior-
Varsity and Varsity football teams,
as well as a fevv members ofthe
wrestling team, formed the
team. Several meets with Buchholz
and Eastside were scheduled. The
Canes had a 3-1 record last year,
losing only to Tampa Hillsborough.
1lJohn Thames presses two-hundred pounds.
2lJoe Camps lifts weights in preparation for
the football season.
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lVlr. Ken Conway worked with 25 men to
form GHS' new
team. Practicing afternoons in
the weightroom, the team learned basic
skills and rules of the sport. To
increase strength, they
lifted weights and did
exercises. To gain experience
and prepare for their first meet
with Santa Fe High School, the team
scrimmaged with the University of
wrestling team. Beacuse of a lack of
school facilities, the GHS wrestling
team was forced to use the U of F
gym for meets.
1lBrian Collop tries to break Liddon Dell's
secure hand grip.
2lCoach Ken Conway illustrates wrestling
movements to Leroy Williams.
3lMichael Moss and Glenn Whittington prac-
tice techniques of wrestling.
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1 Tampa Catholic
3 Orlando Jones
12 Santa Fe High
9 Deland High
5 Orlando Boone
2 Lake City
1 Tampa Catholic
2 Sanford High
0 Lake City
4 Orlando Oakridge
3 Sanford High
1 Bishop Kinney
0 Daytona Seabreeze
10 Deland High
7 Orlando Jones
4 Orlando Boone
1 Daytona Seabreeze
4 Orlando Oakridge
13 Santa Fe High
8 Winter Park High
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1 st Tri-meet
10th place-Scrafford- State
Bishop Kinney Invt.
Karl Swenson placed
Track and Field 1971
61 Ocala 60
59 Ocala 62
3rd Starke Tri-meet
9th Deland Relays
7th Winter Park Relays
Region- Prevatt, Twedell placed
State- Twedell 5th
1st Buchholz meets
1st Eastside meets
51 Starke 29
37 Tampa Hillsborough 41
Alachua County Meet-Prevatt first,
Junior Varsity Football
Varsity Junior Varsity
GHS Opponent GHS
59-69 Orlando Boone 41-65
70-52 Orlando Oakridge 50-70
61-54 Ocala Forest 48-58
52-40 Titusville """'
60-41 Orlando Edgewater 66-51
41-44 Rockledge "H"
67-58 Satellite Beach 55-60
2nd Sentinel Star
3rd Winter Haven
Holiday Tourney """""
74-63 Daytona Seabreeze 57-72
52-59 Winter Park 15-72
49-53 Sanford Seminole 53-68
85-64 Orlando Boone 34-78
74-47 Ocala Forest 28-46
54-68 Winter Haven 61-69
77-58 Titusville 58-62
59-42 Deland 50-51
69-51 Satellite Beach 52-65
74-37 Daytona Seabreeze 46-56
87-53 Merritt Island 49-48
71-61 Winter Haven 45-56
64-41 Sanford Seminole 50-43
70-54 Lake City 58-52
District 1st place
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JV BASEBALL: Byron Lichter, John Worley,
Bobby Arnold, Henry Butler, Andrew Wade,
Bubba Edge. Second Row: Mark Hendon,
John McLean, Jack Johnson, George Martin,
Ronny Long, Kenneth Ross, Coach Samuel
JV BASKETBALL: Tim Wahl, Bruce Hackett,
Larry Harris, Joel Kocher, Jim Padgett. Sec-
ond Ffow: David Packer, Wayne Williams,
Mark Sommesse, Larry Griffin, Dan DiCkey,
Bill Carr, Andrew Stevens.
VARSITY BASKETBALL: Dennis Huguley,
Mgr., Jim McFarlane, Stat.: Wayne Fields,
Co-Capt.: Coach Dawson Brown: David Ayers,
Co-Capt.: George Holston, Mgr. Second Raw: Keith Hardeman, Charlie Brown, Mike Clif-
Dick Gates, Reggie McDonald, Brian Hogle, ford, Mark Benton, Mike Peterson, Jerry
Bob Nelson, Don Dickey, Clarence Kelly, Nlauldin-
VARSITY BASEBALL: Jim Latsko, Co-
Capt.g Bill Smith, Co-Capt. Second Row: Dan
Alford, Rick McDavid, Tom Adkisson, Chip
Caffey, Steve Mercadante, Steve Stringer.
Third Row: Steve Kitchens, Dennis Waldrop,
Chris Adams, Vince DeConna, Randy Bur-
ford, Lamont Worley. Fourth Row: Celester
Ellis, Bill DeConna, Steve Gayler, Ronnie
Yeckring, Ed Jobes, Steve Condo, Ken
JV FOOTBALL: Photo not available. John
Baldwin, Richard Betourne, David Brown,
David Butler, John Butler, Calvin Camps,
Mike Chasteen, Tom Collop, Theo Cook,
Randy Craig, Tom Crawford, Clet Day,
Charles Dell, John Eskew, Colin Gay, Lewis
Gilland, Jehovah Godbott, Larry Golston,
Napoleon Green, Mike Harris, Mark Hendon,
Rodd Henry, Steve Hoffman, Robert James,
Jim Jenkins, Ken Johnson, Lorenzo Johnson,
Sam Johnston, Phil Latson, Rodney Long,
Matt Mathews, Ricky McCray, Fred McFad-
den, John McLean, Frank Medley, Ronald
Sanford, Danny Sapp, Willie Sapp, Alpha
Smith, Sam Smith, Ernest Span, Jeff Stan-
ford, Gary Stanley, Andrew Stephens, Chuck
Stiles, Charles Theus, Barney Warren, Eddie
White, Wayne Williams, Darrel Wilson.
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dy Howell, Possom Fuller, Larry Stokes,
Cedric Young, Dennis Watson, Chip Caffey,
Tim Strauser, Al Cannon, Ken Bostwlck,
Glenn Whittington, Ron Yeckrlng, Greg Gri-
ner, John Neller, Van Geottling. Second Row:
Wayne Thomas, Rick lsaac, Charles Lewls,
Don Orth, Ken Williams, Rick Heller, Chuck
Mendenhall, Rick Henry, Bob Wallace, Leroy
Williams, John Rollins, Jim Latsko, Wayne
Fields, Rick McDavid, John Strauser, Doug
Patton, Kerry King. Third Row: Greg Willi-
ams, Bruce Tomlinson, Chris Wilson, Bob
Espenship, Levi Henry, Charlie Brown, Mike
Perry, Collis Dennison, Mark Anderson, Don
Dickey, Melvin Flournoy, Robert Voyles,
Steve Wheeler, Henry Slappy, Tom Roberts,
Artie Roberts, Fred Dean. Fourth Row: D.R.
Sapp, Wallace Lang, Dan Alford, Pat Padgett,
Rick Cowart, Greg Singleton, David Stand-
ridge, Brian Collop, Wayne Williams, Clarence
Williams, John Thames, Chip Sykes, Joe
Camps, Andy Banks, David Craig, Dick
Wright, Mike Kelley, Bob Oetter.
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Robert Parkham. Second Row: Coach Randy
Shadburn, Walt Anderson, Tim Purdy.
WOMEN'S CROSS-COUNTRY: RaCh9I Willi-
ams, Bo Williams. Second Row: Ruth Fischer,
Marga Koburger, Pat Mauderli.
WOMEN'S SOCCER: Karen Reeb, Sandra
Brown, Jennifer James, Sandy Scott, Diane
Ritter. Second Row: Merilee Medler, Jaleh
Behrose, Pat Mauderli, Claire McKean, Cherl
MEN'S SOCCER: Steve Epps, Hubert Carver,
Robert Bounds. Second Raw: Chris Robin-
son, Herbert Sass, Mark Paules, George Eves,
Randy Winn, George Holston. Third Row:
Gary Evans, Richard NIcKeown, Ron Perry,
Jack Downey, Peter Swenson, Robert Par-
ham, Glenn Cribbett. Fourth Row: Tim
Purdy, Dennis Coyle, Berry Behrouse, Sam
Parham, Jim Ferrer, Gary Krank.
SWIMMING: Laney Welsch, Monica Leadon, Massey, Gerry Muttersman, Carlos Muniz,
Elizabeth Waldock, Sharon Thomas, Cathy Martin O'MaIIey, Miles Sharpe, Lee Coates,
Collins, Kathy Spence. Second Row: AI BrettGaIe,RobbleSearles.
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Smerdon, Mike Nicholson. Second Row: Ron
Wllllams, Tim Wahl, Mark Anderson, Jimmy
GYMNASTICS: Elaine Voss, Debbie Martin,
Pam Davis, Cyndi Warner, Marian Limcango,
Debra Ransom, Mary Schiavone. Second
Row: Debbie Zapp, Sandy Maple, Capt.,
Maurianna Jones, Karen Reeb, Debra Weems,
Jill Bouleware, Patty Grlffln, Nancy Goolsby,
TENNIS: Masaya Konishl, Ronnie Heron,
Randy Heron. Second Raw: Billy Donnlgan,
Tom Bartlett, Carlos Muniz, Coach John
WRESTLING: Tom Collop, Mlke Green, Al
Smlth, Scott Patrowlcz. Second How: Liddon
Dell, Brian Collop, Co-Capt.: Marty Gates,
Glenn Whlttlngton, Mike Moss, Berry
Behrose, Leroy Williams, Coach Ken Conway.
TRACK AND FIELD: Gerald Langford,
Larry Frohock, Ken Prevatt, Robert Parham,
Leonard Peoples, Larry Dennison, Anthony
Hooker, Michael Cue. Second Row: Andrew
Boone, Jon Alexander, Walt Anderson, Leroy
Wllliams, Tim Purdy, Dan Richardson, Mlke
Kelly, Dan Mlllsaps, Al Mason, Coach Randy
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Holloway, Lynn Williams. Second Row: Susie
Zapp, Diane Debose, Marilyn Donlgan. Third
How: Becki Estep, Vlcki Sapp, Roxanne
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: LaShuan Willi-
ams. Second Row: Pat Kitchens, Debra Zet-
rouer, Jennifer Jones, Co-Capt., P69951 Lee,
Debble Ogletree, Co-Capt.: Angle Pennisi.
Third Row: Barbara Debose, Gerl Ryals,
Joanne Pralle, Debra Smith, Diane Mills.
MAJORETTES: Nancy Willis, Co-Capt., Anne
Greathouse, Co-Capt. Second Row: Karen
Johnston, Debbie Zapp, Debbie Kilgo, Cosan-
dra Douglas, Barbara Davis, Laura Jean Nel-
son, Suzanne Kell, Bonnle Bunker.
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Black cultures and advancement were
interests projected by
During Negro History Week the club
activities pertaining to
Negro relations. As in many other
clubs, The Afro Ball
and various dances were given
school unification. On Awards Night
held in June, outstanding
were honored for their services.
1lVivan Hill and Frank Hyler portray a
dramatic moment in play, "We on The
2!Jerry Cook, Naomi Sims, Wanda Williams
and Eugene Wheaton are prepared to display I
latest styles in BSU's fashion show.
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both District and State Forums where
the various contests including
skits, costumes, orations,
Roman History and Roman Customs.
A new idea
was the observance of the ldes of March,
during which Latin students
mourned the death of Caesar by wearing
conducting a Roman funeral.
Under the leadership of a new sponsor,
Mrs. Regina Kelly, members of
year full of Latin activities.
1lCostumed Latin Club members mourn for
the dead Caesar as Mark Anthony reads a
proclamation on the Ides of March.
2lLinda Kritzman, Karen Rodeheaver and Jo
Ainsworth work on a mosaic picture they
took to contests later in the year.
Clean environment and over-all city
are the major concerns of
Sponsors and club members
lots and helped in
community clean-ups. Can bends placed
in front of
school and other areas
were used to collect cans for recycling.
the club displayed exhibits,
showed films, and put on plays, in
recognition of Earth Day.
1lEAG collects aluminum cans for recycling.
2lEcology-conscious, Johnny Williams, Isabel
Levy and Diane Ritter gather trash in
Terwilliger Lake Clean-up Drive.
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Preparing to go to the
National Fellowship of Christian
in North Carolina prompted several money
Included in these was
the annual sale of socks, a comb sale,
members attended church
a fevv Sundays during the year.
Besides financing the
summer convention, the funds contributed
guest speakers to club days.
1lA clean car means money in the treasury for
FCA, so Robert Voyles, Chip Irons, Jim
Williams and Tommy Roberts wash a-way.
2lBobhy Nelson, David Ayers, Billy Smith,
Mark Benton and Keith Hardeman wait for
others to attend North Central Baptist.
New on campus and a
member of the
the Future Business Leaders
Association, known as
efficiency and accuracy in office
services to teachers,
they typed numerous plays
skits for various clubs.
planning parties, social
participating in club meetings
were other jobs of
the club. '
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1lJames Ramsey and Terrl' Watts get a smile
of approval on some of the plays they typed
for the drama teacher, Mrs. Mary Elliott.
2lWorking different office machines gives
Connie Caldwell the needed experience to
meet requirements of FBLA.
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Progress was the key word for
girl joined the organization
and became an
active member and officer.
fire and gun safety
workshops as well as district
with fellow officers, Ginger Russell
learned new skills.
supported the Arrive Alive
selling bumper tags, sold
teams to compete in statewide
Freddie Hewitt represented the
with advisor Mr. Harry Lydick at
the national FFA
in Kansas City, Missouri.
1lEarl Price bags oranges to be sold by FFA
to pay for the chapter steer.
2lGinger Russell learns how to make an
attractive scrapbook at District Leadership
School held at Santa Fe.
Parties on special occasions
and a cottage
sponsored at Sunland headed
gave a Thanksgiving
basket to an under-priviledged
out pamphlets to
encourage voting and
help in several community
Tupperware party and Christmas
candles were sold
aid to the club.
1lPamphlets to encourage voting were
given out on election day by Future
2!Members of FHA discuss orders and sales of 1
candles they sold during Christmas.
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1lA wet head for Rick Heller isn't much
fun when Penny Wheat pours coke on him
at the German Octoberfest.
2lDon Krezdorn and Robert Helton draw
a map to Itchnatucknee for other mem-
bers to find Tubing Party site.
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Interest and information about
German cultures influenced roles
New this year was a band
consisting of members from the
These students performed German
music for the club.
Folk dances and skits portrayed
of the country's entertainment.
An Octoberfest displayed types
of German food.
Tubing at ltchatucknee and a
picnic provided American fun.
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Attending an Aslo Company
at the Constans Theater aided the
Hurricane Players in
becoming more proficient with
The main goal of a Hurricane Player is
to earn enough
points throughout the year
to become a Thespian at the year's end.
Members earned points
with the student drama productions
and stage, makeup and
Under the direction of
Mrs. Mary Elliott the drama clubs
produced a Chirstmas play,
and two oneact plays, "To Burn a Witch"
and "Balloon Shot."
1lRealistic facial expressions of actresses, Nell
Page and Sue Ramsey, add to the credibility of
"To Burn a Witch. "
2lT he heroic efiorts of "Boy Dobbins and
Super Boyd" helped Hurricane Players win first
place in skit competition.
To create fellowship and unity,
had social gatherings
Among these was a dance
after the Miami
a Valentine's dance and a Talent
and Fashion Show in
The club also went to
as their annual trip.
Sunland Training Center
and one of the
Convalescent homes were major
Interested in sports,
with a very
1l Interface sponsors a dance featuring Weston
Prim and band, Blacklash, after the Miami
Edison football game.
2lArmer Reed, Diane Williams and Queen
Scott display a dance as one of their
talents during Interface initiation.
Caroling to French families at
for new members were two of the
highlighted interests of
Other activities included drama
guest speakers and an annual
picnic in May.
1lPeter Deland and Barbara Hanson present a
puppet show of "The Little Prince" to French
2lKaren Griffis as Little Red Riding Hood
wlks to Carolyn Crook, the wolf in the
French version of the story.
Having the distinction of being
the school which scored the most points
at the Spanish State Contest
last year spurred the
members to try to hold the honor.
for the contest with
practice in declamations, Spanish plays
and extemporaneous speaking.
tasting-party, given yearly with Sl-ll-l,
was expanded to include area
Spanish club sponsors and
Members enhanced the school
planting shrubbery around
the language lab area.
1lMikeJohnson makes an emphatic point in his
2lPacked picnic-baskets and always-hu ngry
members made the LSA picnic a success.
3lBilI DeConna, Annette Wilson and Herbert
Sass plant the shrubbery donated by LSA.
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the Women's Auxiliary of the
to acquaint young people with
basic nursing skills and
knowledge one morning every week
at the hospital.
a convention sponsored for the
1lSponsors, Mrs. Ruby Owens and Mrs. Mar-
jorie Donahoe, go ofvar plans for the next
Medical Careers meeting.
2lGayle Cave and Terri Turvaville make beds at
the hospital as a part of their training.
Students of the honorary and interest
Mu Alpha Theta,
got together to discuss
some ofthe questions which always
seem to arise
area ot mathematics.
the membership totaled approximately 150
Gainesville High participants
and initiated chapters
city's two new high schools.
the year included having guest speakers.
1lKathy Spence and Mike Holland discuss and
investigate math problems.
2!Cathy Collins works with a geometric figure
and finds that it does help make Calculus
understandable and fun!
Induction into Gainesville High SchooI's
largest chapter ever of
was highlighted with
a speech made by Mayor Neil Butler.
Members of the honor society
tutor students who
needed help with various subjects.
Several students offered
in a new program sponsored by the
University of Florida
called Project Sampson. The project was
help educate underprivileged
1lAlan Proctor, NHS tutor, helps Roxanne
Jenkins with her chemistry course.
2lCIaire McKean and Lyn Davis interview
Mayor Neil Butler about his speaking engage-
ment at the NHS induction.
3lBrain Brawl competitors cram by checking
the atlas and encyclopedias.
4lAndy Banks and Mrs. Mary Beth Hodge, ad-
visor, go through tutoring applications.
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Working to promote spirit by
the students' interest in
a major involvement of
money to send a pep bus to the
Fort Meyers football game
and a few
The club had carwashes, candy
a student talent
show, and bake sales to
for their activities.
Members painted signs, decorated
the campus and gym for
home games and
played intramural basketball.
1!Gathering on the gras at lunch time,
members discuss current problems and plan
new money-making jobs.
2lPep Club members sat together to cheer at
pep rallies and promote spirit among other
students who attended.
Each year, a select few from
are initiated into the international
Quill and Scroll.
Eleven newspaper and yearbook editors
joined the two senior
members from last year's roll.
induction luncheon was
Carminellas in the Mall, Feb. 1.
Quill and Scroll pins and charms,
symbols of outstanding
performance in high school journalism,
were presented by
Mrs. Peg Westmoreland,
1Nirginia Tew becomes engrossed in an article
in "Quill," official magazine for the honorary
fraternity, Quill and Scroll. A
Zllnitiate, Anne Taylor, is not sure of Lynne
Petterson's pinning tactics.
3lAt Carminella's, Sharon Gay, Marc Robbins
and Mardia Casey wait for their luncheon order
and the induction ceremony.
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Field trips to certain tourist spots
recreational activities of
The club went to
Disney World during the first semester
to North Carolina on a
in the middle of Christmas break, and
to Crystal River
Marine Science Station
latter half of the school year.
They went on a University of Florida
Astronomy field trip
and members also visited
On club days Science Investigators
brought guests to
their meetings to speak on
different problems in the
area of science.
1lMembers get acquainted with astrology
equipment before actually taking it outside to
study the constellations.
2lBefore going to North Carolina on the ski trip
members study n-ups for the bat route.
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competition at the
State Conference was a major
Club members worked
to keep the award which they vvon at
the conference last year.
tasting and Pinata
party were given for presidents and
sponsors from Spanish clubs
and end of year picnics provided
1lAs a part of SHH's formal initiation, induc-
tees receive membership certificates.
2lSusan Stallings admires the plaque which
she helped win at the 1971 State Conference.
3lAnticipation builds at the traditional tasting
party as a member of Sociedad Honararia
Hispanica prepares to break pinata.
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Members of Hurricane Players began
working on play props
their parts in various plays to earn
points for their entrance
As the year progressed, the member-
ship of Thespians
continued to increase from the
membership of three at the start of
the school year.
performed several plays for students
during the year.
1l"Hey, am l beginning to look like a clown?"
queries Anne Fuller of her fellow clown, Joan
2lMrs. Mary Elliott, drama director, leads the
class in a "loosening up" exercise.
With the advent of the tri-weekly
three new clubs,
Artisans, Bicycle and Film,
were organized appealing
to current interests.
Film Club members
discussed camera techniques
and offered each other
helpful tips on shooting and processing.
They made movies for
school projects and for entries
into competitive film festivals.
Arousing interest in
history, cultures and art,
Artisans attracted 23 members.
They visited art shows in Cedar Key and
exhibits in the Mall and
at the University of Florida.
The sale of macrame bookmarkers, made
by club members,
helped finance these visits.
Bicycle Club members
studied traffic laws applying
to bike safety. They blked
over the countryside for
picnics and just-for-fun outings. Feb. 26
they joined in the
Youth Association of Retarded Children's
17lNith wheels and packs, cyclists set out for a
few hours of hiking and picnioking.
2MMike Holland does the camsa work for
video tape as members watch the monitor.
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Girls Extra-mural sports,
any interested girl student
was eligible to
The program was initiated by
Mrs. Connie Kormonyos, cheerleading
physical education teacher.
could participate in as many or as
few of the sports as
soccer, volleyball, CFOSS-COUDTVV and
track were played.
1lln preparation for games against other
schools, the girls' volleyball team practices first
and seventh periods.
2lCheri Hodge manages, for the moment, as
goalie to keep opponents from scoring.
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football and basketball
season was the major factor
contribution of spirit posters every
and at the pep rallies.
The club sent delegates to the annual
Youth Legislature session
Tallahassee during the month of January
other clubs around school,
Homecoming '72 activities with a skit
1lProps are an important feature of the Home-
coming skit,so Alpha girls spend spare time to
making the "best ever."
2!Judy Wilkerson makes a realistic Coach Jim
Niblack in the Homecoming skit, entitled
"Alpha Seltzer PIus."
Sponsoring parties at Sunland, collecting
"March of Dimes" drive,
and supporting the Canes with signs
were several projects which
participated in during
Fun activities included a hike to the
Christmas vacation and
in St. Augustine at the year's end.
1l"Ship shape" is the way Anchor members
like to keep their grasplot.
2l"Guess the number of beans in bottle," was
a Homecoming attraction which members
Karen Reeb and Daanne Tucker set up.
Interested in people and working
to help them,
blocked roads at intersections
money for muscular dystrophy
and helped in the second annual
Statewide Jr. Civitan
Project. They collected
toys for "Toys for Tots," gave a
Christmas party at
and sold Claxton Fruitcakes.
1lBeverIy Baldwin, Peggy Wells and Barbara
Cole prepare refreshments for one of the
parties they gave for Sunland children.
2lLyn Davis and Karen West go door-to-door
collecting money for the Hemophelia Drive.
3lDebbie Baretella pours water from one of
the bottles collected to raise money while
Gail Celli stacks them in the car.
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other projects initiated for
the purpose of raising funds,
to contribute service to the community.
Members worked on
with the Environmental Action Group and
clean-off his home site.
Gamma sent three delegates to
the Youth Legislature
and, near graduation, they financed the
a bench for the campus.
1lFor this year's joint Alpha-Gamma initiation,
Judy Wilkerson and Tommy Smerdon read the
2lSome of the heartier Gamma souls spend a
cold afternoon cleaning their grassplot.
Club members had a lot to look
forward to when
went co-ed this year.
The club supported the March of Dimes
Walk-a-thon and road
Disney World during Christmas vacation,
and helped the
with its paper sale.
Interact played in both football
intramurals and sent
delegates to the District Convention
held in Jacksonville during
April of the year.
Members raised the needed funds
with which to finance
the building of a sidewalk
on their grassplot at the year's end.
1l0ld Wheel members warn second semester
provisionals fair and square, "If you don't
work, we'II put you in your places."
2l"lf you can make it this far, you can
become a Junior Wheeler," says Chaplain
Alan Proctor to provisionals.
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i Jn Civitan
with their annual sale of Claxton
to the welfare department
another Christmas project. The boys
participated in tvvo
drives, collecting money to give to
Foundation and clothing
migrant workers of Florida.
1NVhen not able to make a basket in the usual
way, Mike Paschall and Ken Halperin resort to
an original method to score.
2lDoug Clubok stands behind Jr. Civitan's sale
3lRobbie Searles and Ken Halperin get ready to
deliver collected clothing to a needy family in
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Raising the American and school
flags and changing
were two activities which
Another project for the club
to serve and to clean up at the
Blue Key Banquet.
participated in many new
One of these was
co-sponsoring the Environmental
contest with Keyettes.
Others consisted of working for
donating money towards
of the first Coronation and
fifth in the skit competition.
1!Billy "Cracker" Smith makes a few quick
changes on the marquee.
2lChow's ready and Key members line up to
serve at Gator Blue Key Banquet.
Selling magazines started the
and along with the
were involved in other new
as the Environmental contest
brother club, Key,
Decorating the office Christmas
tree, providing basketball
and collecting for the March of
Dimes kept members
ln spite of all their projects
the girls found
time to make signs supporting the
Canes and to play
basketball in intramurals.
1lGetting ready for provisional period, Key-
ettes spray bricks the club blue and gold.
2lWendy Phillips, Liz DeLaney and Sha
Dishong pack toys for the Toys-for-Tots Drive.
1lSending a Christmas package to Viet
Nam presents more than one problem -
but nothing that can't be worked out.
2lSpirit footballs that Lionettes sold are
placed on a car aerial by President Donna
Matsko and member Linda Kritzman.
Selling memberships forthe Alachua
County Sight Foundation
project for the members of
The girls sponsored
a canned food drive for families at
Thanksgiving and a clothing
a family whose home burned.
the teachers' lounges after the club
and decorated for Christmas.
Lionettes were active
with the March of Dimes, gave
and sold Cane spirit footballs.
Parties for senior citizens and
writing letters to deaf
were objectives emphasized by
A new idea,
the progressive dinner,
for all members during Christmas
lt blended with
the Christmas concert
held in the school's auditorium to
within the girls a
festive holiday mood. It also helped
friendship between them.
1lSabrina Mclntosh, Annette Wilson, and
Sherry Castell write letters to deaf children.
2lGlenda Ebersole shows off purple and white
garters, which Nike sold to boost the school
spirit of students.
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Keeping students posted on i
activities and helping with the city-
sales, were services of
this school year. A new project was
decorating for the
Coronation Ball and reception
held Wednesday night of Homecoming
week. Members also helped
to advertise the
Friends ofthe Library's book sale.
1lJudith Kensler approaches prospective buy-
er, Mrs. Evelyn Eden, during the city-wide
2lMembers of Sigma Anchor put up decor-
ations for reception held after Coronation.
During Student Government week,
placed 22 students in city
These students learned about governing
throughout the county.
The group received a plague for helping
"Toys for Tots" project.
A major accomplishment was
and execution of the activities for
"Sunday Fun Day" and
various assemblies through the year
made up the
student body entertainment.
bodies devoted time to paper sales,
scholarship fund drives and other
1lStudent-body president, Tim Dobbins, ends
the day's announcements with an original
"Thought for the Day."
2lCIass presidents, Paul Cramer and Hugh
Davis, confer about the junior paper sale crisis
in late December.
3lBefore deciding on the Sophomore Frolics'
date, president Calvin Camps checks the calen-
dar with Mrs. Bonnie Knight, sponsor.
Club Group Picturesfl93
BLACK STUDENT UNION: Mary Edwards,
Connie Davls, Mary Cotton, Mary Small, Carl
Williams, Yvette Carter, Vivian Hill, Patricia
Brown, Jerome Fuller. Second Haw: Henrietta
Long, Nuguana Hackney, Eleanor Lee, Claresa
Williams, Cathy Williams, Linda Jackson, Mary
Montgomery, Shirley King, Sandra Eppes,
Naomi Sims, Wanda Williams. Third Row:
Kenneth Davis, Louise Brown, Susan King,
Delsla Nobles, Cynthia Washington, Janice Nix,
Susan Stover, Beverly Sallet, Willie Robinson,
Patricia Kitchen, Ronald Johnson. Fourth
Row: Johnny Williams, Jerome McGill, Beverly
Cleveland, Deborah Griffin, Irene Latson,
George Kimbrough, Toni Taylor, Albert Har-
per, Wayne Fields, Reatha Jones, Joyce Ken-
dricks, Ronald Ross, Eugene Wheaton, Charles
Roberts, Timothy King. Fifth Row: Leonard
Perry, Armer Reed, Sharon Moore, Levl Henry,
Cynthia Ellis, Yvonne Smlth, Jerry Cook, Prls-
cilla Debose, Charles Washington, Ricky Dean,
David Brown, Larry Stokes, Larry McCrae,
Carlton Thomas, Dan Richardson.
DISCIPULI ANTIQUORUM: Ed Gerardo,
Pres., Marlene Anderson, Sec.-Treas.g Mike Pas-
chall, Parl.-Hist.g Keith Austin, Linda Kritzman
Mrs. Regina Kelly, Adv. Second Row: Suzette
Bartley, Jo Ellen Ainsworth, Barbara Harkcom,
Randy Winn, Karen Rodeheaver. Third Row:
Jon Bryan, Chris Poppell, Ross Zeanah, Becki
Arinson, Mary Barney, Doug Dame.
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION GROUP: Paul
Zimpfer, Pres.: Johnnie Willlams, Vice-Pres.g
Laura Hertel, Sec., Cliff Dunbar, Treas.g Mr.
Ken Conway, Adv. Second Row: Sherry Smith,
Colleen Pierce, Patty Tooley, Diana Greer,
Anne Trapp, Isabel Levy, Mary Carter, Alean
Kelly. Third Row: Steve Pendleton, Torrlll
Trent, Sandy Jones, George Martin, John Brod-
sky, Bruce Radford, Gerald Langford, Melonle
Gardner, Jeff Watkins, Ruth Venos.
FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES:
Billy Smith, Van Goettling, David Ayers, Chuck
Mendenhall, Chip lrons, Ricky McDavid, Joel
Kocher, Alpha Smith. Second Row: Mr. Wesley
Dicks, Adv.: Steve Wheeler, Randy Heron, Artie
Roberts, Ronny Heron, Brian Collop, Greg
Grlner, Dick Wright, Glenn Whittington,
Johnnie Rollins, Kenny Prevatt, Masaya
Konishi. Third Row: Mark Benton, Jimmy
Williams, Tommy Roberts, Robert Voyles,
Ronald Sanford, Larry McCray, David Brown,
Keith Hardeman, Andy Banks, Leroy Williams,
David Craig, Dennis Waldrop, Clarence Wil-
liams, Bobby Nelson.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMER-
ICA: James Ramsey, Debra Weems, Brenda
Ransom, Mary Strong, Johnnie Godbolt, Mrs.
Edith Mosley, Adv. Second Row: Evelyn
Collins, Debbie Robinson, Terri Watt, Debbie
Summerall, Deneace Collier, Karen Wilson.
Third Row: Georgia Fair, Connie Roberts,
Loretta Hill, Connie Caldwell, Sue Lentz.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: Freddie
Hewett, Pres.: Ginger Russell, Sec., Earl Price,
Vice-Pres. Second Row: Gary Robbins, Charles
Worsham, Steve Tillman, Sentinel, Tommy
McCallum, Mike Carleton, Reporter.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA:
Cynthia Smith, Pres.: Shlrley Klng, Vice-Pres.:
Sharon Moore, Sec.g Norma Hollis, Treas.g
Adele Fredrick. Second Row: Debra Mixon,
Jan Huffman, Miriam Brodsky, Hazel Cason,
Janlce Nlx, Joanne Sanderson, Ruby Burns,
Advisor. Third Row: Lucllle Wllliams, Advisor,
Rose Ivey, Janice Mallard, Prlscllla Vinson, Ora
Washington, Linda Jackson. Last Row: Joyce
Kendrick, Fannle Jones, Pat Hicks, Beryl Isaac,
Beverly Cleveland, Susan Stover, Cheryl
GERMAN CLUB: Steven Eppes, Pres., Paul
Zlmpfer, Vice-Pres., Penny Wheat, Sec.-Treas.p
George Eves, Wllllam Fulton, Allan Laird,
Ceretha Worley, Linda Hague, Anne Fuller,
Terri Turvavllle, Patty Salmon, Mrs. Judy
Joiner, Adv. Second Row: Sherry Casteel,
HURRICANE PLAYERS: Wanda Burrls, Scott
Herbert, Pres.: Penny Wheat, Vice-Pres.: Mrs.
Mary Elllott, Advisor, Becky Grantham, Sec.,
Anne Fuller, Treas.: Second Row: Patty Prevlc,
Sue Ramsey, Carolyn Parker, Luana Thomas,
Ginger Russell, Anne Trapp, Nell Page, Karen
Grlffls, Mary Schlavone. Third How: Bellnda
Crawford, Joan Wetherlngton, Deborah Paige,
Ken Peterson, John Lemberger, Cam Martin,
Jeff Watklns, Rob Lotzar.
l96!CIub Group Pictures
Bellnda Crawford, Joan Wetherlngton, Laurene
Gaschel, Angela Robinson, Wendy Phllllps,
Barbara Chesser, Richard Harden, Don Boze-
man, Susan Yozgat, Roxanne Jenkins, Lyn
Davis. Third Row: Karen West, Mary Cogger,
Pam King, Valerle Cadwallader, Betty Clifton.
Jack Downy, Karl Pettls, Jack Walsh, Carol
Lyle, Clalre Castor. Fourth Flow: Henry Koko-
moor, George Holston, Mike Gregory, David
Muthard, Don Krezdorn, Richard Reed, Martha
Cline, Rlck Henry, Frank Ellis, Cliff Kalch,
Davld Dunleavy, George Ellis, Crystal Clarke.
INTERFACE: Mary Strong, Pres.g Cosandra
Douglas, Vice-Pres.g Linda Jackson, Sec.g Bar-
bara Debose, Treas.p Cynthia Smith, Hist.p Jerry
Cook, Sgt.-at-Arms, Michael Jones, Sgt.-at-
Arms. Second Row: Ernestine Williams, Diane
Williams, Carolyn Johnson, Adele Fredrlcks,
Lovenia Robinson, Rebecca Ross, Evelyn
Robinson, Linda Green, Donald Adams, Al-
berta Kitchens, Mrs. Lillian Hosley. Third Row:
Charles Span, Yvonne Smith, Carolyn Ford,
Greg Singleton, Queen Scott, Jennifer Jones,
Elaine Ward, David Brown, Veronice
Clarence Williams, Johnnie Rollins,
LES BUFFONS: Mrs. Sue Bradshaw, Adv.,
Barbara Hanson, Sue Mulllns, Carolyn Crook,
Lorrie Quackenbush, Karen Griffis, Carolyn
Parker, Bill Sands. Second Row: Kim Summer-
all, Theresa Rhodes, Jennie Marquess, Carolyn
Johnson. Third Row: Frank Deland, Mary
Carter, Sherry Smith, Pat Mauderli, Jennie
Mace, Anne Greathouse, Jan Rubin, Peggy
Morrow, Gena Dempsey, Annette Arp, Pam
LOS SOMBREROS ALTOS: Bill DeConna,
Pres., Donna Matsko, Vice-Pres., Kathy Moeller,
Sec.g Julie Pridgen, Treas.g Mary McCallum,
Hist., Chip Irons, Sgt.-at-Arms. Second Row:
Pat Prickett, Anne Trapp, Beverly Baldwin,
Robin Walker, Charlene Bourg, Karen Green,
Colleen Pierce, Mrs. Lucille Faln, Adv., Terry
Julln, Maurianna Jones, Kathy Harrer, Joanne
Baxter, Cyndl Warner, Mary Dortch, Cheryl
Stanley. Fourth ROW! Lydia Duncan, Lynn
Petterson, Sherry Casteel, Josie Myers, Pat
Venters, Catherine Dovell, Ellen Bryan, Valerie
Cadwallader, Debbie Paige, Isabel Levy, Laura
Hertel, Rosemary Riordan, Pat McCarthy,
Frances Head, Jim Ferrer, Doug Patton, Terry
Lemberger, Susan Stover, LaShaun Williams,
Sara Nuniz, Bud Adams, Barbara Debose, Car-
men Nunez,Marlon Limcangco, Betsy Bridges,
Gledys Salozar. Third Row: John May, John
Williams, Nell Page, Anne Taylor, Kathy Gates,
Jenny Banks, Martha Logan, Glynn Powell,
Pam Primo, Cosandra Douglas, Jennifer Jones,
Maskln, Sharon Dishong. Fifth Row: Joanne
Leath, Susan Potter, Laura Nelson, Marc Paules,
Ronnie Heron, Martha Logan, Jennifer James,
Linda Green, Marc Robbins, David Muthard,
John Savant, Terry Herndon, Andy Banks, Ken
Halperin, Harold Pruitt, Chris Quarles, Rusty
Green, Kenny Prevatt, John Fiskell, Sam
Tim Purdee, Linda Stefanelli, Nancy Arrington.
Fourth Row: Kevin Rolfe, Rebecca Young-
strom, Elizabeth Van Mierop, Anette Wilson,
Vernon McKnight, Michael Johnson, Werner
Schuman, Penny Wheat, Herbert Sass, Susan
Stallings, Maura Daquila, Eric Benson, Alison
Hall, Ricky Hunter, Tim Dobbins.
HEALTH CAREERS: Mrs. Ruby Owens,
Adv., Rebecca Voungstrom, Pres., Diane Rit-
ter, Vice-Pres.: Maura Daquila, Sec-Treas.g
Pam Primo, Com.-Ch.g Mrs. Marjorie Dona-
hue. Second Row: Terri Turvaville, Patty
Bates, Mary Cogger, Laura Jean Nelson, Gayle
Dave, Barbara Davis.
MU ALPHA THETA: Kathy Post, Donna Mat-
sko, Geri Ryals, Joan Pralle, Alan Proctor,
Ann Taylor, Marion Lasley, Kathy White,
Joan Morasco. Second Howl Brenda Martin,
Karen Rodeheaver, Patty Salmon, Lynn Pet-
terson, Carol Lyle, Dianne Ritter, Wendy
Phillips, Cheryl Stanley, JBCK Walsh, Claire
McKean. Third Row: Susan Yozgat, Larry
Reynolds, Pam Primo, Rebecca Youngstrom,
John Lernbefger Glynn Powell, Tom Smer-
don, Werner Schuman, Bill Sands, Terry
Maskin. Fourth Row: Robbie Searles, Karl
Pettis, Cynthia Mace, Jennie Mace, Ruth
Szinai, Mike Paschall, Barbara Hanson, David
Muthard, John Williams, Peter Swenson, Ross
Zeanah, Billy Wilmot.
MU ALPHA THETA: Mike Holland, Kathy
Spence, Carolyn Parker, Mrs. Norma J. Rog-
ers, Adv. Second How: Leesa Ewing, Charlene
Bourg, Kathy Gates, Lola Brabham, Keith
Austin, Fran Berger, Carol Bailey, Lyn Davis,
Catherine Dovell, Maura Daquila, Jennifer
Jones, Barbara Debose, Marcia Casey, Gena
Dempsey, Linda Kritzman. Third Row: Cathy
Collins, Michael Johnson, Kerry King, Suzette
Bartley, Mary Barney, Doug Dame, Jenny
Banks,' Linda Green, Glenn Cribett, Susan
Christie, Rusty Green, Marianna Jones.
Fourth Row! Kathy Harrer, Henry Koko-
moor, Steve Gresham, Glenda Ebersole, Bar-
bara Cole, Eric Benson, Ken Halperin, Doug
Clubok, Jennifer James, Chris Adams, Ricky
Hunter, Pam King, Tommie Roberts. Fifth
Row: Ricky Henry, Hugh Davis, William
Fulton, Steven Ep'pes, Sylvia Carrell, Patty
Bates, Rodney Fry, Dick Bradley, Andy
Banks, Carolyn Crook, Don Krezdorn, Jan
Eller, Danny Burden, Pat Crews, Wayne Furn-
weger, Bruce Tomlinson.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Lynda
Eades, Doug Dame, Karen Griffis, Sharon
Gay, Kathy Grant, Maura Dequila, Marcia
Angorn, Nancy Green. Second Row: Sharon
Bryant, Connie Davis, Yvette Carter, Anne
Greathouse, Sheila Griffin, Joanne Baxter,
Claire Castor, Mary Delgada, Belinda Craw-
ford, Keya Bristowe, Linda Kritzman. Third
Row: Vernon McKnight, Henry Kokomoor,
Don Krezdorn, Pam King, Linda Hicks, Gena
Dempsey, Jane Castor, David Ebling, Linda
Green, Carol Lyle, Cynthia Mace, Terry Lem-
berger. Fourth Row: Cathy Collins, Kathy
Harrer, Jen Davis, Glenda Ebersole, Carolyn
Crook, Leesa Ewing, Cosandra Douglas, Jack
Downy, Susan Christie, Frances Head, Glenn
Cribbett, Gayle Cave, Michael Jones. Fifth
Row: Chuck Catotti, Rodney Fry, Wayne
Fernweger, Dick Bradley, Kathy Gates, Jenni-
fer James, Ellen Bryan, Ricky Hunter, Steve
Gresham, Steve Brogden, Jan Eller, Pat Crews,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETV:Mrs. Mary
Beth Hodge, Adv.: Andy Banks, Tutoring
Chm.g Claire McKean, Treas.: Marc Robbins,
Pres.: Jennifer Jones, Sec.g Karl Pettis, Vice-
Pres. Second Row: Carolyn Parker, Pat Maud-
erli, Lynn Davis, Donna MatSkO, Catherine
Dovell, Joanne Pralle, Chris Adams, Mike
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Cathy Post,
Barbara Wrench, Deanne Tucker, Theresa
Rhodes, Marion Llmcangco Sue Mullins, Anne
Taylor, Lynn Peterson, Maurianna Jones,
Julie Pridgen, Anna Page. Second Row: Joan
Morasco, Janis White, Josie Myers, Gwen
Robertson, Candi Shaw, Pat Prickett, Karen
Rodeheaver, Kathy White, Marian Lasley,
Holland, Alan Proctor, Michael Johnson, Bar-
bara Hanson. Third Rowi Mary Barney, Carol
Bailey, Jeanie Whitehead, David Cellon, Jenni-
fer Banks, Julie Northrop, Lola Brabham,
Doug Clubok, Marcia Casey, Rusty Green.
Fourth Row: Sandy Maple, Suzette Bartley,
Ed Gerardo, Richard Hart, Melody Starr,
Wendy Phillips, Diane Greer, Kim Summerall.
771ird Row: Martha Logam, Mariam Smith,
Virginia Tew, Deanna Smith, Lynda Sivia,
Geri Ryals, Jenny Mace, Diane Ritter, Susan
Potter, Patty Venters, Rosemary Riordan,
Cheryl Stanley, Terry Maskin, Larry Rey-
nolds. Fourth Row: Loran Wilcox, Jack
Walsh, Dennis Waldrop, Steve Mercandante,
Karen Kilgore, John Fiskell, Lisa Limpert.
Fifth Row: Patty Bates, Sylvia Carrell, Rebec-
ca Youngstrom, Mike Paschall, Stephen Epps,
Ken Halperin, Harold Pruitt, Eric Benson,
Kathy Spence, Robbie Searles, Miles Sharpe,
Masaya Knoishi, Al Massey, Martin O'MaIley,
Tommy Smerdon, Susan Yozgat, Patty Sal-
mon, Patty Sulman, Susan Stallings, Steve
Sabatella. Fifth Row: John Lemberger, Tom-
my Shehan, Mike Moss, Bill Sands, John
Riddick, Mike McKee, David Muthard, John
M. Williams, Peter Swenson,' Gary Hebel,
Chris Quarles, Carlos Muniz, Ross Zeanah.
QUILL AND SCROLL: Jeanie Whitehead,
Marcia Casey, Mary Cline, Anne Taylor, Vir-
ginia Tew, Sharon Gay. Second Row: Marc
Robbins, Pres., Jenny Banks, Penny Wheat,
Glenda Ebersole, Paul Zimpfer. Not Pictured:
Lynn Petterson, Robert Markillie. Not Pic-
tured: Jan Smith.
SCIENCE INVESTIGATORS: Sue Roepe,
Isabel Levy, Linda Stewart, Pam King, Marian
Limcongo, Patti Venters, Patti Salmon, Susan
Yozgat. Second Row: Dan Daly, Karen Kilgo,
Steve Stringer, Peter Swenson, Masayi Kon-
ishi, Rosemary Riordan, Cynthia Mace, Bllly
Smith, Larry Reynolds. Third Row: Tom
Smerdon, Richard McKeown, Robbie Searles,
Jimbo Roland, Don Krezdorn, Tom Sheehan,
Sharon Thomas, Herbert Sass. Fourth Row:
Henry K0komo0r,Mike Paschall, Ruth Szlnai,
Ross Seanah, Roy Saunders, Davis Muthard,
Dan Millsaps, John Willlams, John May, Bruce
SCIENCE INVESTIGATORS: Bud Adams,
Lola Brabham, Werner Schuman, Vice-Pres.,
Jenny Mace. TreaS-:Rick i-ielier,Pres.i Kathy
Spence, Sec., Mrs. Linda Deture, Adv. Second
Row: Rick Henry, Keith Austin, Rebecca
Arinson, Anne Fuller, Mary Delgado, Cathe-
rine Dovell, Juan Baxter, Carolyn Parker,
Glenda Ebersole, Jennifer Jones. Third How:
Mike Holland, Chris Adams, Marcia Casey,
Danny Burden, Laura Hertel, Kenny Bost-
wick, Jack Dowdy, Doug Dame, Ed Gerado,
John Herbert, Steve Gresham. Fourth Row:
George Holston, Jennifer Banks, Mary Barney
Patty Bates, Dick Bradley, Steven Epps, Jan
Eller, Chip lrons, Terry Herndon, Glenn
Cribett, Pat Crews, Wayne Fernwiger, William
SOCIEDAD HONORIA HlSPANlCA: Penny Vera Jenkins,
SCRIBBLERS: Glenda Ebersole. Second
Row: Sue Mullins, David Ebling. Third Row:
Jennifer James, Virginia Tew, Barbara Han-
son. Fourth Row: Gena Dempsey, Robin
Walker. Fifth Row: Gary Desha, Michael
Wheat, Sec.: Donna Matsko, Pub. Chmn.g
Werner Schuman, Vice-Pres.: Michael John-
son, Pres.g Susan Stallings, Treas.g Maura
Daquilla, Hist.: Herbert Sass, Sgt.-at-Arms.
Second Row: LaShaun Williams, Martha Lo-
gan, Nell Page, Anne Taylor, Charlene Bourg,
Carol Holder, Terry Lemberger, Colleen
Pierce, Marian Limcango, Francis Head, Sarah
Muniz, Barbara Debose, Kathy Moeller, Mrs.
THESPIANS: Ken Peterson, John Lemberger.
Second Row: Luana Thomas, Mrs. Mary
Myers Elliot, Adv.: Mary Schiavone. Third
Row: Rob Lotzgar, Penny Wheat, Debra
Paige, Scott Herbert.
Adv. Third Row: Annette
Kell, TOlTll'T'Il8 SlT1eI'ClOI'I, Nlafy NICCBIILIYTT
Wilson, Larry Reynolds, Miles Sharpe, Patty
Prickett, Cosandra Douglas, Bud Adams, De-
anna Tucker, Susan Stover, Julie Pridgen,
Allison Hall, Betsy Bridges, Bill DeConna,
Jennifer Jones, Carmen Nunez, Diane Ritter,
Gerald Langford. Fourth Row: Karen Kilgore,
Cathy Collins, Chip irons, Rebecca Young-
strom, Anne Trappe, Julie Northrop, Kathy
Gates, Pam Primo, Jan Jefferson, John Fis-
Doug Clubok, Nancy Arrington, Carlos
Muniz, Kathy Spence. Fifth How: Rodney
Frye, Vernon McKnight, Jenny Banks, Linda
Steffanelli, Gary Hebei, Dick Bradely, Jan
Eller, Lisa Limpert, John Williams, Glynn
Powel, Eric Benson, Richard Hart, Robbie
Searles, Tim Dobbins, Ricky Hunter, Richard
Reed, Tim Purdy.
BICYCLE CLUB: Jenny Marquess, Michael
Johnson, Linda Green. Second Row: David
Ayers, Pam Peele, Luana Thomas, Bud
Adams, Chris Adams. Third Row: Buz Mc-
Cray, Jeanie Whitehead, Hugh Davis.
FILM CLUB: Mrs. Mary Beth Hodge, Adv.:
Mike Holland, Rick Henry, Beckie Arinson,
Marcia Casey. Second Row: Ann Fuller,
Linda Green, Mauri Porter, Peter Swenson.
ARTISANS: Peggy Morrow, Pres.: Mary Car-
ter, Sec.: Peter Shute, Treas.: Marcia Angorn,
Lynda Eades, Joy Lavire. Second Row:
Debble Powers, Heather Roberts, Sandra
Brown, Pat O'Byrne, Jeff Watkins, Ken Peter-
son, Allison Rees, Mrs. lna .Io McKenzie, Adv.
PEP CLUB: Barbara Debose, Pres.: Hazel
Cason, Johnnie Williams, Adele Fredrick,
Second How: Naomi McCoy, Cheryl Hanker-
son, Mary Strong, Sharon Pittman, Alice
Robinson. Third Row: Claranell Clark, Deb-
orah Griffln, Daryl White, Cynthia Washing-
202fCIub Group Pictures
ALPHA: Leesa Ewing, Pres.: Anna Page, Vice-
Pres.g Judy Wilkerson, Rec. Sec., Jennifer
Jones, Corr. Sec.: Sally Weaver, Treas.g Mary
Cline, Sgt.-at-Arms., Second Row: Mrs. Thay-
la Adams, Adv., Julie Thaler, Linda Sivia,
Carol Bailey, Martha Cline, Peggy Lee, Jody
Baker, Pat Kitchens, Sandra Eppes, Bonnie
Bunker. Third Row: Lilly McKinney, Cyd
Myrick, Carol Chittum, Vlcki Faircloth, Lynn
Mackey, Laura Griner, Nell Page, Cheryl
Fussell, Donna Pringle, Pat McCarthy, Mari-
befh Whitney, Linda Steffanelli, Cosandra
Douglas, Susie Robbins.
Celli, Karen Green, Chap.
Club Group Picturesf203
ANCHOR: Mrs. Bonnie Little, Adv., Maunana
Jones, Pres.: Karen Reeb, Vice-Pres., Sharon
Gay, Sec., Deanna Tucker, Hist. Bt Chap
Steve Myerhollz, Sweetheart. Second Row
Laurene Gashe, Mary Ann Beckett, Anmce
Roberts, Lisa Limpert, Susan Stallings. Thfrd
Row: Marie Montgomery, Jan Patterson, Pam
Primo, Catherine Dovell, Maura Daquila, Su
CIVINETTES: Mrs. Fran Watkins, Adv., Lynn
Davis, Pres.: Peggy Wells, Vice-Pres., Barbara
Cole, Sec., Karen West, Treas.g Mr. Lou
Schilling, Civitan Sponsor. Second Row: Deb
bie Baratella, Liz LeGrand, Beverly Baldwin
State Lt.-Gov. L I-list.: Linda McDonnell, Gail
GAMMA: Tommy Smerdon, Pres.: David Pres
cott, Vice-Pres., Jimmy Luke, Sec., Bud
Adams, Treas.: Mary Cline, Sweetheart, Glenn
Powell, Chap., Rick Henry, Sgt.-at-Armsg
Buzz McCray, Sgt.-at-Arms: Randy Barber.
Second ROW: Gerry Wyman, Ronnie Williams,
Alan English, Ricky Harrls, Keith Hardeman,
Chuck Mendenhall, Mike Holland.
WHEEL: Bruce Tomlinson, Pres., Werner
Schuman, Vice-Pres.: Dick Bradley, Sgt.-at-
Arms: Drew Gllmore,Masaya Konishi, Steve
Stringer. Second Row: AI Robinette, Don
Krezdorn, Chazz Denny, David Dunleavy,
Mike Peterson, John Neller. 'I71ird Row: Billy
Wllmont, Beckie Arinson, Anne Fuller, Her-
bert Sass, Jimmy Parrish, Harold Beckham.
JR. CIVITAN: Mike Paschall, Pres., Ken
Halperin. Second Row: Doug Clubok, Rod-
ney Frye, Mr. McCaskiIl, Adv., Robbie
204!CIub Group Pictures
DODDIDS. Second Haw. Larry Reynolds,
Camps, Pam King, Cheryl Stanley. Second
Kafeft Bafgef, Vallefle Cadwallader,
lble Rocky, Patti Davis
Bllly Smlth Pres Fletcher Hope
Jeanie Whitehead Sweetheart
Williams Sec Wayne Lindsey Treas
Mercandante,Vince DeConna, Hugh
Sgt.-at-Arms: Jerry Mauldln, Calvin
Tommy Atkisson, Mr. Juhan Mixon,
Row: Robert Parkham, Glen
Glen Cribbett, Van Goettllng,
Wllllams, Bill Leonard, John Fiskell,
Burford. Fourth Row: William Fulton,
Tower, Joe Camps, Jan Eller, Tommy
Danny Burden, John May, Tim
Jack Downey, Al Massey.
Luz Delaney, Luana Thomas,
Carol Bond, Pam Peele, Kathy Gates,
Prevlc, Fran Berger, Wendy Phillips,
Grantham, Teri Whitescarver, Nanci
ad Mrs. Bette Hines, Adv. Third
Walko, Patti Griffls, Michele Eskew,
LIONETTES: Donna Matsko, Pres.p Josie
Myers, Vice-Pres.g Kathy Grant, Sec., Kathi
Moeller, Treas.: Joy Williams, Parl.g Carolyn
Crook, Hist.g Sandra Boyles, Chap.: Debbie
Wetherington, Coreatha Worley. Second Row:
Third Row: Sharon Thomas, Donna Hewitt,
Annette Arp, Sherry Smith, Terry Lemberger,
Jennie Cawton, Nlkki Crosby, Connie Came-
ron, Sandy Cooper.
Club Group Pictures!205
NIKE: Mrs. Edith Mosley, Adv.g Lola Brab-
ham, Pres., Virginia Tew, Vice-Pres., Jennifer
James, Corr. Sec.: Linda Parramore, Rec. Sec.g
Lorrie Quackenbush, Treas.g Second Row:
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Lynda Eades, Cecilia Mitchell, Theresa
Rhodes, Julie Pridgen,Marlon Limcanqflq Kar-
en Griffis, Sue Mulllns, Sabrina Mclntosh.
Third Row! Glenda Ebersole, Karen Covey.
Jen Davis, Sherry Casteel, Barbara Hanson,
Sue Roepe, Gena Dempsey, Annette Wilson,
SIGMA ANCHOR: Judith Kensler, Pres.: Sue Gretchen Olson, Hist.g Debbie Summerall, Sara Muniz, Sandra Brown, Carol Holder, Mrs.
Frils, Vlce-Pres., Clndy Champion, Sec., Laura Chap. Second Row: Mrs. Regina Kelley, Adv., Carolyn Cook, Adv.
Jean Nelson, Treas.p Mary McCallum, ParI.g Jackie Smith, Karen Yawn, Barbara Davis,
INTERCLUB COUNCIL: Debbie Bartella,
Deanna Tucker, Jeanie Whitehead, Pres., Don-
na Matsko. Second Row: Carol Bond, Judith
Kensler, Theresa Rhodes. Keya Bristowe, Sec.
Leesa Ewing, Maurlanna Jones Third ROW,-
Lola Brabham, Buzz McCray, Jimmy Luke,
Bruce Tomlinson, Drew Gilmore.
206fCIub Group Pictures
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: Jeanie White-
head, Sec.g Tim Dobbins, Pres.: Barbara De-
bose, Vice-Pres., Vlc Spencer, Speaker of the
SENATE: Jerry Mauldin, Parliamentarlan,
Jeanie Whitehead, Sec., Vic Spencer, Speaker
of the House, Tim D0bblnS, Pres., Barbara
Debose, Vice-Pres., Gena Dempsey, Senate
Secretary, Mrs. Cela Hendrickson, Adv. Sec-
ond Row: Patty Tooley, Alpha Smith, Shlrley
Vlnson, Cynthia Washington, Kenny Bost-
wlck, Sandra Eppes, Bud Adams, Pat Kitch-
ens. Third Row: Calvin Camps, Veronica
Miles, Queen Scott, Susie Raln, Wayne Fields,
Gladys Perkins, Jackie Gartner, Cosandra
Douglas. Fourth Row: David Prescott, Brlan
Gorman, John Eskew, Joe Camps, Andy
Banks, Hugh Davis, Paul Cramer.
Club Group Puctures!207
HOUSE: Marcia Casey, Sec.: Vlc Spencer,
Speaker: Werner Schuman, Vice-Sp.: Rlck
Heller, Sgt.-at-Arms. Second Row: Carolyn
Crook, Barbara Hanson, Becky Grantham,
Leon Morgan, Steve Mercadante, Bonnie
Bunker,. Vicki Bryan, Julie Thaler, Elalne
Ward, Marlon Limcango, Nancy Noe. Third
Row: Marion Lasley, Sheila Griffin, Roland
Sanford, Robert Markillie, Penny Wheat, Jan
Rubin, Anne Fuller, Carol Bailey, Carol Bond,
l.u'5na Thomas. Fourth Row: Cheryl Stan-
ley, Teresa Moon, Bettye Young, Doug Clu-
bok, Lola Brabham, Debbie Powers, Bill
DeConna, Michael Johnson, Eric Benson,
Beckle Arinson, Doug Hutchinson. Fifth
Row: Sue Roper, Kathy Gates, Leesa Ewing,
Kathy Dukes, Sue Robbins, Debi Rockey,
Barbara Powers, Devin Tower, Joanne Pralle,
Pam Peele, Frances Head, Becky Sweat, Gerry
Wyman, Jack Downey, Chlp lrons.
SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: Mrs. Lu-
cille Wllllams, Adv.: Dlane Mills, Lola Brab-
ham, Bud Adams, Mary Strong, Isabel Levy,
Marcia Dupree, Linda Green, Glnger Finoc-
chlo, Judy Wilkerson, Paul Cramer, Mr. Tom
Cooper Adv. Second Row: Marlene Anderson,
208!CIub Group Pictures
Mary Ann Beckett, Cosandra Douglas, Julle
Prldgen, Susan Stover, Jeanie Whitehead, Jane
Castor, Luana Thomas, Debbie Kilgo,
Cynthia Washington, JoAnn Pralle. Third
Row: Anice Roberts, Joann Leath, Linda
Hicks, Angelia Robinson, Valerie Cadawalder,
Maggie Enneklng, Connie Davis, Julie North-
rop, Gerl Ryals. Fourth Row! Dan Daly,
Charles Coles, Kenny Hardee, Jim McFarlane,
Chip Irons, Steve Meyerholz, Michael John-
son, Chuck Mendenhall.
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Knowledge is importantp
motivation, a necessity
Bringing new and different ideas this
year was a new
Mr. Dan Boyd.
Mr. Boyd began his teaching career
only a few years ago.
Since then he has worked his way from
an elementary school teacher
to being principal at
GHS. ln between he was assistant prin-
cipal at Santa Fe and principal
at both Chiefland and
A routine week with Mr. Boyd was a
very hectic one. He attended faculty
meetings, county meetings,
had individual conferences
with students and sat
in on parent-teacher conferences.
He also took part in student
activities such as
student government and athletic
Mr. Boyd was constantly trying to make
improvements for teachers ,
students and achieve his goal of making
GHS a school to fulfill
the needs of all students.
1lMr. Boyd talks to one of the many con-
cerned parents who call daily.
2l0pening Stormwarning, Mr. Boyd wishes
the Canes a mighty victory.
3lT he closeness of the score is shown by the
Cane's No. 1 fan, Mr. Boyd.
4lA committee plans with Mr. Boyd about
student government's promotion of the
band's chicken dinners.
5lSerious responsibility is alleviated by a
funny answer on a teacher form.
Working under Mr. Boyd's direction,
made GHS an efficiently run school.
These five were Mr. Isaac Caffey, Mr.
Lamar Simmons, Mrs. Mildred
Wanninger, Mrs. Cela Hendrickson and
Mr. James Niblack. Mr. Simmons,
Assistant Principal of Administration,
came to GHS this year to head up
counselors and deans. Mr. Caffey,
Assistant Principal of Auxiliary
Services, developed and maintained
services to enable the faculty to
carry out instructional functions.
Mrs. Wanninger, Assistant Principal of
Curriculum responsible for
curriculum development, worked with
teachers in improving skills and
taught two classes of calculus. Mrs.
Hendrickson served as Coordinator of
Student Affairs including the
supervision of service and interest
clubs. Athletic Director, Mr. Niblack,
coordinated the varsity sports
served as head football coach.
2 212!Administrative Heads
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1lChecking the stage before an assembly, Mr.
Isaac Caffey finds things in order.
2lProbIems such as club activities pile up fast
on Mrs. Cela Hendrickson's desk.
3lMr. Lamar Simmons checks with Mrs. Sarah
Robinson on senior requirements.
4lMrs. Mildred Wanninger cheerfully looks
forward to a new day.
5lCoach Niblack patiently listens to Jon
Wedemeyer's excuse for being late before
issuing a tardy slip.
11A Dartmouth representative talks with Mrs.
Margaret Hammond after having a conference
with a group of students.
2lMr. Bruno Dario finds a moment to lean
back and relax before the next interview.
3lAs a twelfth grade counselor, Mrs. Anna
Nealy keeps up-to-date on colleges.
The Guidance Department
had many changes this year.
New as a counselor, Mrs. Margaret
worked with Mrs. Anna Nealy
on seniors' problems.
Mr. Bruno Dario
found himself challenged with
juniors and sophomores.
This year preliminary semester
cut down confusion
at the start ofthe third quarter.
This year the Deans' 'Office was
kept busy with
many duties. Every morning,
7:50 to 8:50,
deans were faced with students wanting
admits or tardy slips.
All day long
students checked in or out.
Yet an accurate record of attendance
Not only an office for discipline,
the Deans' Office
handled buses and transportation,
as well as the clinic.
lndividuality was stressed in
arts 81 crafts.
Students learned to experiment and
utilize materials at hand.
In crafts, students had a choice of
areas such as woodwork,
leathercraft, metal enamelling, bas-
ketry, ceramics and silver
jewelry. They were also
able to choose areas of their
ln art, such new projects as macrame
and foil design were added.
Mrs. Ina McKenzie Mrs. Helen Philpott
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1lPutting finishing touches on a creation is
the best part, Peter Shute feels.
2lTerri Ruth experiments with the handicraft
of leather working.
3lBasket weaving takes a great deal of pa-
tience Theresa Martin learns.
4lMessy hands now but a work of art later.
5lDavid Vickory works with perspective, a
basic area of learning in art.
Arts Sc Crafts!217
1lFrom voice to tape to shorthand to type-
writer-the process for a finished letter.
2lLittle "squiggles" in shorthand demand
close scrutiny, Linda McDonnell discovers.
3lMr. Dwight Allen helps Joanne Sanderson
with a bookkeeping problem.
4!BulIetin board motivates typing students to
"move" to accurate and faster typing.
This year GHS business courses
know-how for various
As head of the business
Mrs. Sarah Brown
supervised the curriculum of
Typing I and II,
Shorthand I and II,
Bookkeeping I and II, Office
Machines, General Business and
Typing. Secretariai Typing, new
this year, was
as an intricate typing
Mr. Dwight Allan
Mr. Nathanael Rivers
Mrs. Frances Anderson
Goals of the romance languages,
and Spanish, were to teach
skills in speaking, reading, writing
and listening to the
languages so that the students
using the language and
would be able to
get along in a foreign country.
from the romance languages,
students an understanding of its
sent students to various cities:
French to Jacksonville, German to Coral
Gables, Latin to
Daytona Beach, and Spanish
to Fort Myers.
Latin students from Gainesville
High and other schools in
the city, also enjoyed a Roman Festival
which included Olympic games and
Mrs. Sue Bradshaw
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1lDiane Greer admires a Spanish matador.
2lWilliam Fulton in his Lederhosen represents
Germany's native dress.
3lTwo French students are fascinated with
the guillotine, used in the late sixteenth
century in France.
4!Mrs. Jenkins "eavesdrops" on students as
they read the basic dialogue.
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Mrs. Carolyn Cook Mrs. Peggy Finley Mr. Glenn Pickard Mrs. Mary Sharp
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During the year, the
department continued emphasis on the
elective system. This was a year of
examining the faults and virtues ot
the system. The department found
that, on the whole, it had few faults.
Only one new course was added
this year, World Literature. Courses
ranged from subjects such as
Alienation of Twentieth Century
Man, to Seminar in New Dimensions.
This year the Advanced Placement
course was broadened from its previous
one class to two classes.
Mrs. Sandra Sharron
Mrs. Fran Watkins
Mrs. Peg Westmoreland
Not pictured: Mrs. Willa Gaines
1lPam Julin contemplates a course selection
for second semester English.
2lMrs. Doyle discusses the works of Shake-
speare with her class.
3lStudents relax in an informal atmosphere in
41 Mrs. Sharp's class rehearses the art of oral
Five different areas of
emphasis were taught this year.
as speed reading, reading for
reading study skills and
offered to students. The main
objective was to
enlarge the student's vocabulary.
words per minute was the
speed reading classes.
1lPlaying scrabble, students enjoy class
time as well as build vocabulary.
2lAfter receiving a new shipment of
books, Mrs. Finley looks over essential
material to be used in reading classes.
224! Language Arts
Five classes of
drama 81 speech
were taught this year. Techniques
such as using
voices and make-up effectively,
and knowledge of lighting
in drama classes. The object
was to increase
appreciation of plays. Getting
rid of stage fright,
organization of materials,
voice exercises, showing emotions
students were all included in
Debates and group discussions
a part of the curriculum. To
speakers and intelligent
listeners was the goal of the
1lElizabeth Van Mierop anxiously awaits her
turn as Joan Wetherington presents her speech
with feeling and emotion.
2lDrama students find outdoors the per-
fect plaoe for reading plays.
Mrs. Mary Elliott
the tradition of excellence and
past GHS annuals, the
uses-an innovative fold-out
be one of the most original
in the nation. Telling the
story of the
uniqueness and the sameness of
the school year,
the staff used pictures and copy
in a new form.
1!Jan Smith and Editor Marcia Casey make
final layout decisions.
2lGinger Russell, Cheri Hodge and students
from other schools attending a workshop at
Eastside meet with Mr. Bill Snell of S.K.
Smith Company to discuss cover designs.
3lPhotographer Peter Swenson checks nega-
tives before making proof sheet.
Enlarged to regular bi-weekly
issues of eight pages, the
continued to feature accurate
coverage, strong editorials and
double-spread features about
community involvement, elections,
GAINESVILLE INDEPENDENT this
staff members to compose stories
and headlines, design
ads and paste-up dummies in a
real print shop.
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1lSports Editor Alan Proctor gets a chance
to view games from a college stadium press
box as the Canes play at Florida Field.
2lAt the Gainesville Independent office,
Mrs. Peg Westmoreland, advisor, explains
procedures for pasting up copy to Jennifer
James and David Ebling.
3lEditor Marc Robbins checks the latest
edition of the Herald before distribution
to homeroom representatives.
Mrs. Martha Green
Mrs. Mary Morgan
Mrs. Barbara Gallant
1lA major concern oi the Man and Environ-
ment class is a fight for conservation.
2lStacking their luggage, students wait for the
bus leaving Camp Crystal.
3!Sheila Griffin and Joyce Flournoy collect
data for their biology experiment.
4lDon Cook explains his ideas of humanism.
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This year the
course continued its experi-
mental role. Students
in English, science, and
humanities. Work was
interwoven in the three
Students also had the oppor-
tunity to go on
several field trips. One
was a 4-day camp-out
at Camp Crystal, others were
community related trips.
It was a year
of learning, both ofthe
outside world and of
Man 84 Envi ronmentf229
This year the
department placed stress on
areas such as
accuracy, ability and under-
standing of mathematics.
The general math courses, to
meet the needs
of students, gave more
attention to students.
One new course was added this
year, a consumer
math course, Math for Everyday
Mr. Robert Scott
Mrs. Ruth Wallace
Mrs. Mary Bryan Not Pictured:
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Mr. Stanley Lucas
Mrs. Norma Rogers
1llntrigued with a geometric sphere, three
students try to put it together.
2lKaren West and David Dunleavy watch as
Mrs. Bryan points out polar co-ordinates.
3lMrs. Wallace and her students discuss up-to-
date consumer mathematics.
4l"This one's got mel" thinks George Fer-
guson as he sits back puzzled.
Mr. Richard Thomas
1lMr. Whitley demonstrates the use of the
micro-film reader to a student.
2lSubscriptions to six different news-
papers keep students up-todate on news.
3lMrs. Combs checks the latest addition
to the Media Center's reference shelves.
4lCarolyn Crook and Palmer Hill listen as
Mrs. Mathis explains the Reader's Guide.
Mrs. Lucile Combs Mrs. Miriam Mathis
Mr. Edward Whitley
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Records, tapes, models, kits,
well as magazines, newspapers
are just a fevv of the
many materials our
has to offer. The reference
section, one of
the best equipped in the state, includes
indices for finding classic or
find many interesting uses
newest form of media. Keeping up
resources, the media
are willing to help students.
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1lRiding instead of marching, the band
plays in the GHS Homeooming parade.
2lConoentrating, Terry Maskin plays the
glockanqaiel during half-time.
3lCarrolI Cumbee, drum maior, and
Debbie Blair practice daily marching to
insure an outstanding half-time show.
4lIn formation before 'the game, the band
plays the National Anthem.
Mr. Bardwell Donaldson
Nine home football games, the
most ever scheduled, kept the
busy composing different
and 18th, eighth and
ninth graders from area junior
joined the band increasing the
90. They rated Superior
in the District III marching
contest November 20.
and spring concert were given.
The big activity was
ordering new purple and white
a bazaar and selling Red Barn
Chicken Dinner tickets
helped to raise
money. The uniforms were order-
ed in December. A Jazz
Ensemble group was formed this
1lChorus students find pleasure in one of
many new songs acquired.
2lMrs. Young goes over a difficult selection
with Karan Barger and Ricky Hunter.
3lSome of the members of the Boys' Ensem-
ble prepare for a concert.
4!Dennis Coyle, James Dexter and Joseph
Murphy practice for the Mixed Choral Ensem-
ble Clinic in Ocala.
Mrs. Sandra Young
An important part of the cur-
riculum offered at GHS is
1971-1972 was the beginning
of a boys'
ensemble, and the Chorus
their participation in the
Mixed Choral Ensemble Clinic
in Ocala to perform a single
concert at the second
annual workshop. The Chorus
also participated in a
district concert in
Jacksonville. The Chorus
was required to
sing classical songs for the
district concerts, but
everyday songs were a variety
of classical and popular music.
who won the
state vocal, and Crystal Clarke
who was the
alternate for state piano
auditions, proved themselves
All 90 chorus students found the
year to be
competitive, but meaningful.
Absence of double sessions this
a big difference for P.E.
students made for smaller classes,
conditions and more teaching
space. As always,
physical fitness was stressed,
year the big emphasis was on
Sports such as
golf, tennis, gymnastics and
were offered. On Play Days GHS
with students from other county
schools in various
accent was on competition in the
P.E. courses throughout
Mr. Robert Acosta Mr. Dawson Brown
Mrs. Connie Kormanyos
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into the actual game of volleyball.
Zllndividual strength and skill is shown in
wrestling, a favorite with students.
3lStarting the class off are the always dreaded
but important exercises.
4lMrs. Kormanyos, with whistle poised,
watches down-cou rt action.
Courses designed . . . . . ,
to fit individual students' needs
and interests M 0 LL
added to the
science curriculum this year.
interested in aerospace
to airports, the space center
offices. Ecology, the newest
helped students to become aware
of their environment.
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Mrs. Linda DeTure Mrs. Nancy Smith
1lGoing to lab regularly enables students
to expand their knowledge of chemistry.
2lSharon Gay is fascinated as she observes
W-.hun-M G a biological specimen.
3lThrough the power of a microscope,
Steve Stringer discovers another world.
4lMr. Cooper observes his students work-
ing with polaroid photography in physics.
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Mr. Robert Baker Mrs. Lu LaFontaine
Mr. John Nolan
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Mrs. Margaret Osborn Mr. Martin Williams
Making courses relevant to
was one of
the main goals ofthe Social
With young people becoming
were added to the curriculum.
lVlan and Society and
Introduction to the Behavioral
are tvvo of
the newer courses.
As Mrs. Osborn put it,
so much to be learned
as a human being
on this earth."
1lGroup discussions are a large part of
2lDavid Muthard "discovers America
through his American history book
3lMany sophomores enjoy studying World
Cultures with Mr. Shaw.
Cooperative Business Education
jobs from running printing
working for an attorney.
In addition to their
after school jobs
Mrs. Brown's girls took part in many
activities this year. They
typed envelopes for
Driver Education, sold gators
and snoopies, and had
several luncheons. Carol Dampier
and Kathy Grant visited other vocational
classes in Alachua County,
Gainesville High CBE class.
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1lPam Clevinger proofreads her work before
entering it in the records.
2lDevin Tower buys a Homecoming mum
from CBE student, Barbara Wrench.
3!Running the mimeograph machine is one of
Susan Faulk's major jobs at Howard Bishop
Junior High School.
Mrs. Sarah Brown
This year Mrs. Esposito's Cooperative
class concentrated its efforts on
The girls made songbooks
for Young Life. During the holiday
season, they prepared stamped
for patients at the Veterans
Administration Hospital to mail
to their families.
Mrs. Alice Esposito
1lSusan Beltz readies the printing machine for
the next publication.
2lln the attorney's office where she works,
Margie Wetherington finds plenty to keep her
busy all afternoon.
3lJean Fogarty pulls files to record the day's
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The Distributive Education
Cooperation Program, known as "DE,"
is a vocational
education program offering
instruction in marketing, merchandising
and management. One of
the main objectives of DE this
year, was to provide
exploration. . .
and training in occupational areas.
Students found English
and mathematics more meaningful
and relevant through
unifying them on a career-
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included in Joy Williams' work.
2lDoug Jones concentrates on unloading the
many boxes surrounding him.
3lDCT supports the Canes with a float in the
4lWorking can be a challenge, as Debbie
Wetherington finds with her job.
5lJanis Reisinger adds the finishing touch to
her latest arrangement.
Mrs. Nelda Walker
To develop occupational competencies
training and related
school instruction was the aim of
were sold January 26-February 4
to help raise money
students attended a convention
in Miami Beach.
Employer-Employee Banquet on May 25.
Participation in sewing, cooking,
auto mechanics and
typing helped students to acquire
basic skills for jobs and
A rummage sale
was held in February to raise
money for a trip to
Boys assembled a car engine
in their auto mechanics
girls concentrated on home-
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1lReviewing the day's work, students are
pleased with the results.
2lMae Vesta Ward and Patricia Carter enjoy
working in a relaxed atmosphere.
Masonry and small gas engines,
held at Santa Fe, entered the GHS
curriculum this year.
The off-campus courses provided stu-
valuable job skills.
The main objective of the
at GHS continued to be preparation
of students for
job opportunities by providing
work experience and training.
Vocational Office Education students
lCooperative Education Clubs of
Floridal convention in
Miami, April 20-23.
The Vocational program provided stu-
backgrounds to enable them to work
in many varied areas.
1lDanny Gerard works for precision and
accuracy while operating machinery.
2lStudents from various clases gather in the
new Vocational Reading Lab.
Miss. Lilla Holsey
Mrs Maporle Donahoe Mrs. Mary Lloyd
Mrs Bette Hines Mr. Harry Lydigk
1lSewing is one of the many courses included
in the Home Economics classes.
2lMr. Byrd explains the fundamentals of
drafting to Jimmy McFarland.
3lStudents gain experience and practical
knowledge in the childcare unit.
4!0ff-campus vocational courses enable stu-
dents to learn skills for carpentry.
5!Scissors, tape measures, needles and thread
are important tools to a seamstress.
"Front office" personnel was respon-
sible for finances, records,
correspondence, telephone calls,
etc. Mrs. Ada Wiggins, executive sec-
retary, supervised this busy area.
Business manager, Mrs. Hazel
Chambers, kept books on all monies
collected and spent.
Mrs. Sarah Robinson, in Guidance,
kept records of student schedules,
handled correspondence for college
applications and made appointments
Co-ordinator of data processing,
Mrs. Betty Parkell was busy with com-
puter print-outs at grading period and
schedule changing times.
also included Mrs. Eloise Halle, li-
brary secretary, and Mrs. Yvonne
Long, deans' secretary, whose main
job was keeping student attendance
Mrs. Marion Wakuya supervised the ca-
feteria staff in preparing an aver-
age of 285 lunches a day.
Maintenance supervisor, Mr. Cleve
Kendall, headed the custodial staff,
handled emergencies and minor re-
pairs, and kept the 35 acre campus
clean and attractive.
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Mrs. Eloise Haile
Mr. Cleve Kendall
Mrs. Betty Parkell
Mrs. Sarah Robinson
Mrs. Marion Wakuya
Mrs. Ada Wiggins
Mrs. Yvonne Long
1lVickie Bryan and Sonia Dix, deans' aides
offer Mrs. Yvonne Long assistance.
2lMr. Cleve Kendall keeps GHS buildings in
3lMrs. Hazel Chambers pauses from her tasks
as Business Manager.
BAND: Susan Cunha, Sharron Dishong, Sylvua Carrell Second Row Jo Amsworth Barney Thlrd Row Sherry Casteel Dawn
Debbie Blalr, Carroll Cumbee, Terry Maskin, Teresa Martm, Lorrie Quackenbush Herbert Betourne, Nancy Beal, Robbie Searles Bruce
Sue Ramssy, Karen Thomas, Patty Nelson, Carver, Rick McKeown, Karen Grnffls Chuck Yacko, Lanard Perry, Dan Daly Chrlsty
Brenda Martin, Medody Starr, Marilee Medler, Catottl Levln Gaston, Karen Covey, Mary
CBE CLUB: Sharon Bryant, Pres., Nancy
Bryant, Vice-Pres., Mrs. Sarah Brown, Adv.:
Susan Faulk, Sec., Carol Dampler, Treas.:
Second Row: Angle Melvln, Diana Mlxson,
Gall Sealey, June Mathews, Kathy Chambless,
Llnda Kelly, Sherry Sulllvan, Pam Clevlnger,
Jean Patterson. Third Row: Debra Shirley,
Linda Ferber, Alice Lentz, Kathy Lake,
Yvette Carter, Barbara Wrench, Kathy Grant,
Marle Montgomery, Jan Patterson Karen
Yawn, Pattl Lynn.
CBE: Margle Wetherington, , Pres., Margaret
Hodges, Vlce-Pres., Susan Beltz, Sec., Marsha
Parker, Treas.g Candy Shaw, Chap. Second
Row: Dlana Klrkpatrlck, Spicea Bergman,
Clndy Hill, Janls Whlte, Elaine Vaughn, Pam
Davls, Jane Plnner. Third Row: Sharon Kas-
tor, Genie Golden, Jean Fogarty, Linda
Smlth, Kathy Wilson, Dlann Shaw, Deanna
Smlth, Suzanne Reaves, Terrl Smith.
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Squillace, Frank Beazlie, Joe Murphy, Betty Patty Bates. Fourth Row: Joey Stanford,
Clifton, Larry Meyerholz, Don Bozeman, William Fulton, Dan Millsaps, Ken Donaldson,
David Muthard, Van Goetling, Rodney Fry, Charles Roberts, Lisa Floyd, Bill Lee.
GIRLS' ENSEMBLE: Cynthia Jordan, Carolyn Johnson, Susan Stover, BOYS' ENSEMBLE: Dennis Coyle, George Curtis, John Lemberger, Jerry
Priscilla Vinson, Vivian Hill, Priscilla Debose, Mary Cotton, Brenda Malone. Cook, Eugene Wheamn. TyI'0ne Harris, Charles Washin9f0'1. Clifford Ross.
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June Demps, Bonnie Boston, Charlene Bourg, Irene Latson.
Third Row: Bill Ramsey, Nancy Arrington, Tyrone Harris,
Clifford Ross, Eugene Wheaton, Jerry Cook.
MADRIGALS: Tim Purdee, Joan Morasco, Marian Lim-
cangco. Second How: Randy Winn, Perri Llami, Claire
McKean. Top How: Frank Ellis, Belinda Crawford, George
Ellis, Joan Wetherington.
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GIRLS' CHORUS: Rose Ivey, Cynthia Jordan, Shedel Lat-
son, Pat Daniels, Nancy Markham, Molly Harrell, Donna
Edmark. Second Row: Eva McNeal, Pat Mullins, Priscilla
Vinson, Rebecca Ross, Sandra Hall, Cynthia Bush, Terry
Turvaville. Third Row: Henrietta Hanklnson. Phyllis Ross,
Debra Bolton, Brneda Bolen, Connie Davis, Mary Damato,
CONCERT CHOIR: Ricky Hunter, pianist,
Cynthia Washington, Pres.: Charles Washing-
ton, Vlce-Pres.g Karen Barger, Sec., Charlene
Bourge, Treas.g Parvaneh llami, sweetheart.
First Row: Carolyn Johnson, Elaine Voss,
Cynthia Jordan, Terrl Turvavllle, Elaine Ward,
Michael McKnight, Clifford Ross, Randy
Winn, George Curtis, Bonnie Boston, Marian
Limcangco, Second Row: Crystal Clark, Alice
Mannlng, Nancy Arrington, Susan Stover,
Dennis Coyle, Barry Clark, Ken Peterson, Karl
Pettis, Vivian Hill, Clara McKean. Third Row:
Irene Latson, June Demps, Joan Morasco,
Joan Wetherington, Valerie Cadwallader, Be-
linda Crawford, John Lemberger, Gary Dan-
iels, Priscilla Debose, Richard Rowland, Deb-
orah Bogan, Vee Miles, Gloria McBride.
Fourth Row! Cynthia Smith, Jan Jefferson,
Beverly Cleveland, John Riddick, Frank Ellis,
George Ellis, James Dexter, George Kim-
brough, Tyrone Harris, Eugene Wheaton,
Jerry Cook, Gary McDavid, Bill Ramsey,
Jimmy Coburn, Brenda Malone, Linda
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DECA: Rusty Witt, Pres.: Bill Anderson,
Vice-Pres.: Elizabeth Drawdy, Sec., Wanda
Andrews, Treas.g Mike Ramsey. Parl.g Kenny
Hardee, Rep., Mr. Tom Cooper, Adv. Second
Row: Pat Casey, Jimmy McCoy, Harold
Brock, Tommy McCallum, Shirley Pons, Bren-
da Davls, Dwlght Phllman, Gary Daughtery,
Blll Jones, Scott Prinkey.
DCT: Doug Jones, Randy Barber, Wilma
Taylor, Ceretha Worley, Becky Allen, Ginger
Flnocchlo, Debble Wetherlngton,, Susy Beck.
Second Row: Robert Long, Marc Baun, Elza
Clark, Phlllip Purtee, Janis Reislnger, Joy
Wllllams, Mrs. Nelda Walker, Adv. Third Row:
Gary Nelson, Don Goerlng, Mike Jackson,
Dale Beck, Clyde Starr, Wllson Keene.
IT'S ACADEMIC: Mary Barney Paul Zlmpfer, Karl Pettls Marc Robblns, Carol Lyle Mfg Peggy Finley Adv
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HURRICANE HERALD STAFF: Jane Cas-
tor, Sharon Gay, Cathy Post, Gladys Perkins.
Second Row: Vince DeConna, Monica Lead-
on, Davld Ebllng, Jennifer James, Jeannie
Whltehead, Angelia Robinson, Marc Robbins,
Editor: Werner Schuman, Alan Proctor, Robin
HURRICANE: Robert Markillle, Virginia
Tew, Glenda Ebersole, Anne Taylor, Marcia
Casey, Editor, Mary Cline, Penny Wheat,
Jennifer Banks. Second Raw: William Sands,
Barbara Cole, Cynthia Champion, Linda Parra-
more, Charles Cole, Casandra Douglas, Glnger
Russell, Cynthia Washington, Peter Swenson.
Third Row: Linda Eades, Cherl Hodge, Teresa
Rhodes, John Hennesee, Sue Mullins, Paul
Zimpfer, Davld Cellon, Luana Thomas, Car-
olyn Camps, Julle Thaler, Kathl Moeller. Not
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Students turn with
wheels of time
TOYTIIVIE, 1315 N.W. 16th Ave.
has a fantastic
selection of bikes and trikes
to fit the likes
of Patty Previc and John May.
Jay Culpepper and
Kim Summerall are on the road to
with a new Yamaha from
CYCLEFKAIVIA, 615 W. Univ. Ave.
GAINESVI LLE AUTO SALES
and SPEED CENTER, 1122 N. Main
Eddie Jobes with their unique
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as Carolyn Camps
and Glenda Ebersole do.
THE SUN, 101 S.E. 2nd Pl., features
news, sports, editorials,
activities, and comics too.
Whether bought from the nevvsrack or
delivered to the door,
the SUN presents the issues
accurately and promptly
at a low price.
no problems for seniors
who frequent these stores .Q
Alan Proctor and
Linda Stefanelli focus
their attention on the varied
selection of cameras at
UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY,
1021 VV. Univ. Ave.
Filled vvith anticipation
of the prom and graduation,
Cosandra Douglas and Linda Smith
shop for their formals at
Wl I.SON'S, 22 E. Univ. Ave.
Get something to suit your
upon her new image,
Jana Jones is personally attended
to by Robert himself at
IVIR. ROBERT'S COIFFURES,
at 1109 N. Main.
Headaches or heartaches-
refresh 'em at GRESHAIVVS DRUGS
12 W. Univ. Ave., 1138 N.E.
16th Ave., 815 S.W.
4th Ave., and 1605 S.W. 13th St.,
as does Steve Gresham.
Pants, shirts, coats,
and ties for guys are
found in every shape and
size by Byron Lichter
at LICHTER'S in the
moments are found at any
time of year.
Happiness blooms at JOHNSON AND
FAR IS, 224 N.VV. 8th Ave.,
where Cyd Myrick
and Leon Morgan find a wide
selection of plants and
Marlene Anderson bubbles with
glee as she discovers
"the real thing".
COCA CO LA, 929 E. Univ. Ave.,
bottled up emotions.
A remarkable rnetamorphosis
takes place at
MR. FiAY'S MEN'S l-IAIRSTYLING
1013 VV. Univ. Ave.
where David Ebling gets cut
dovvn to size.
Smart students know where
to find great
Peggy Nolan kicks herheels
over the wide selection
of shoes revealed
by Gary iVlcDavid
at FAGAN'S BOOTERY,
102 W. Univ. Ave.
TOWN TIRE CO., 605 N.VV. 8th
Ave., gives Randy and Ronnie
Heron's car a turn
for the better, for only
a little spare money.
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Future frolics mek
and adventures begin at these offices:
Carol Darnpier and H
can Celli point our the full YO? P-L
service banking facilities Zomg
at the COMMERCIAL BANK, need
1717 N. vv. 13m sr. This
Jennifer James' and Chris Adams' Su
minds vvander to :Don 'I'
distant locales at the House OFZE4'
3415 W. Univ. Ave. wifk youk
The House of Travel specializes in Sflf
vacation cruises everywhere tauhgg
in the vvorld. il- woq
Driving a new Cutlass kiii mtl
from BRASI NGTON CADI LLAC-
2001 N. W. 13th St., permits You R1
Patti Griffis to travel freely. RBRL
Quality used cars and servicing are
also available at Brasington's. 2 P5417
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are shared by Brian Hogle
and Lola Brabham
when they lunch together at
FRISCI-l'S BIG BOY, 2035 N.VV. 13th St.
Deciding what to order is
no problem for Ken Donaldson
and Lev Gaston because the Frisch's menu
offers many flavorful
dishes to satisfy any appetite.
Julie Pridgen and Sabrina lvlclntosh
find a friend
as well as courteous service,
and fine food at moderate prices
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ways of life are sought by Jerry V
Mauldin and Mary Polino
at BAIRD MOBILE HOIVIES,
4502 N.W. 13th St., sf
where there is a home to suit
At BURGER CHEF, 1412 N. Main St.
and 715 N.W. 13th St.,
Jill Boulware is served a quick and
by John Fiskell, at a reasonable price. ,, . -1.1-.a
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These Businesses offer a store of
for taste and time.
Jennie Marquess finds it difficult
to decide what to order at JER RY'S,
2310 S. W. 13th St. and
1505 N. W. 13th St.,
where there is an
appetizing selection of meals.
jewelry and beautiful gems are
available to GHS students at
LARRY NUTI' JEWE LERS,
815 W. Univ. Ave.,
at a 1O'XJ discount.
Jeanie Whitehead and David Prescott
know that their savings
will be secure with
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN.,
located at 220 N. Main St. and
3501 W. Univ. Ave.
For good food, reading
material, or pet and gardening supplies,
you'll find your
at one of these places.
Fiction or facts,
philosophy and coin and starnp supplies
whatever your preference,
you'll find it
at LITTLE PROFESSOR BOOK CENTER
1310 VV. Univ. Ave.
KINGS FOOD HOST, 1430 S. W. 13th St
offers fine dining
from sandwiches and snacks to full
dinners. Sandy Jones and Ruth Venos
pause for a refreshing drink
after a hard day at school.
At FLORIDA PEST CONTROL,
20 N. W. 16th Ave., Debbie Martin
and Carol Bond vvishfully cuddle their
Florida Pest Control also
carries a wide variety of gardening
and pet supplies.
Whether you prefer acoustics,
or anchovies, you'll find something
to excite your
at one of these places.
STRICTLY FOLK, 720 W. Univ. Ave
stocks the finest
in musical instruments and tapes
from Renaissance to Flock.
Wendy Phillips enjoys browsing
through the wide selection
1123 W. Univ. Ave. No matter what
type of clothing you like,
you'll be well-suited
for every occasion at Donigan's.
delights her taste buds
with a luscious piece of pizza from
Sl-lAKEY'S, 3510 S. W. 13th St.
Besides mouth-watering pizza
Shal4ey's also provides silent movies,
player piano fests,
old-time singing bouts, and
a general good time.
Make your day a
with good food and music.
Marcia Casey lends a hand to
Danny Burden because,
as everyone knows, "it takes two hands
to handle a Whopper"
at BURGER KlNG, 8 N. W. 16th Ave.,
where the fries and drinks
are too good to F0335-
Burger King specializes in satisfying
VVAKA in the Gainesville Ivlall is the
right way to start oft
the morning. "The Happy Day Radio
Station" will make you
feel jolly. Tune
to 1390 on your radio dial.
Students are assured of
service at these
JoAnn McLeod enjoys her new
Volkswagen purchased from a member
of the GAINESVI LLE NEW CAR
Dealers included are Blount Pontiac,
Brasington Cadillac-Oldsmobile Inc.,
Harfred Auto lrnports, Hawes
Melton Buick Inc., Miller Brown Motors
Poole-Gable Motors, Shaw and Keeter
Motor Co. Inc.,
Var Heyl Lincoln-Mercury and
When you have a broken windshild try
MAU LDI N'S AUTO G LASS
323 N. W. 6th St. Mauldin's is known
for speedy installations
and free estimates.
When the look is formal MitcheII's
suits your every affair,
whether the affair is that certain
wedding or another of the many
Choose from the newest formalwear
styles as Tommy Lawrence does at
MITCI-IELL'S TUXEDO RENTAL
714 W. Univ. Ave.
Various types of
are offered by these businesses.
Leesa Ewing credits another carefully
prepared prescription to
WISE'S PHARMACY AND SU RGICAl
708 S. W. 4th Ave., 3601 S. W. 2nd Av.
and 239 W. Univ. Ave.
Beauty aids, sickroom supplies,
diapers and wheelchairs
are but a few of the items
sold at Wise's.
Banking on monetary growth at
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
249 W. Univ. Ave., and
in the Gainesville Mall, is a
Tim Purdy trusts First Federal to
insure his savings.
Visit these businesses
spending , lending
for that special day. Cindy Champion
2535 S. VV. 13th St.,
for experienced advice.
Chinavvare, silver and exquisite
glassware are included
in the large display at Mary Turner's.
Keith l-lardeman, Bobby Nelson,
Mark Benton and David Ayers
use the new drive-in
facilities at the
Fl BST NATIONAL BAN K,
104 N. Main, to set up saving accounts,
loans and safe deposits.
First National's high interest rates
and community services account
many students' interests.
sf, , .
is 1 g.'
Student interests stretch
bikes to banks
Carol Bailey discovers new excitement in
where there is a wide selection
of bicycles and motorcycles
to choose from. For that just-right
bike, visit Streit's Honda and Schwinn
818 VV. Univ. Ave.
Pam Peele gets courteous and
efficient service and that really-secure
UNIVERSITY CITY BANK,
1116 W. Univ. Ave.
Let Univ. City Bank's solid banking
facilities help your savings
grow and grow and grow.
Gainesville has received
f years of service
from GAINESVI LLE UTILITIES
200 E. Univ. Ave., where Marion Bacheller
electric range to be easy,
convenient and timesaving. Gaines-
ville Home Economist, Mary Ann Westphal
ap- often demonstrates the efficiency
or of electrical appliances
to GHS home-making classes.
rely on these businesses.
Solve all your financial problems at
CITIZENS BANK, 411 N. Main St.
Claire Castor takes advantage of the
full range of banking services
offered to the public.
For an invigorating experience
try karate at
UNIVERSAL KARATE DOJO, 406
E. Univ. Ave.
Jimmy Parrish, a karate student,
the learned skill of
throwing a kick.
Let Dan Fryer and Vinny Cassidy
introduce you to this rewarding sport.
lfor further information call 373-0695i
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of cleaning, think
M8IM CLEANERS, 1511 N. E. 3rd Ave.
For that brand-nevv look to
her clothes and for
up-to-date fast service,
Janice McKnight goes to MESIM,
When you think music,
think MARVIN KAY'S MUSIC CENTER
4161 N.W. 16th Blvd.
which offers savings
in musical merchandise
for profession or pleasure.
Stan Lynch doesn't fret,
for his thoughts are amplified at
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Baird Mobile Homes .............
Brasington Cadillac-Oldsmobile . .
Burger Chef ...........
Burger King ....
Citizens Bank ....
Coca Cola Bottling . . .
Commercial Bank .
Donigan 's ............
Fagan's Bootery ...........
First Federal Savings and Loan . . .
First National Bank .......
Florida Pest Control ............
Frisch's Big Boy ...............
Gainesville Auto Sales and Speed Center . .
Gainesville New Car Dealers Assn. .... .
Gainesville Public Utilities . . .
Gainesville Sun ........ . ......
Gresham Drug Stores ............
Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
House of Travel ...............
Johnson and Faris . . .
Keys Printing Corp. . .
Kings FoodtHost ....
Larry Nutt Jewelers .....
Little Professor Book Center . .
Lorri Studios ..........
M and M Cleaners ......
Marvin Kay's Music Center . .
Mary Turner's ........
Mauldin's Auto Glass . . .
Mitchell's Tuxedo Rental . . .
Mr. Ray's Men's Hairstyling .
Mr. Robert's Coiffures . . .
Shakey's Pizza Parlor . . .
Strictly Folk . .
Town Tire Co. .
Univ. City Bank ....
Univ. City Photo .....
Universal Karate Dojo . . .
Wilson's Dept. Store . . .
Wise's Pharmacy ....
Administration . . . . . . .
Advertisements . .
Arts8iCrafts . .
Black Student Union . .
Business Education . .
Club Day .............
Cooperative Business Education .
286! General Index
. . 212-213
. . 264-285
. . 182, 203
. . 183, 203
. . 180, 202
. . . . 216-217
. . 180,202
. . 158,194
. . 184,203
. . . . .181
. . 244-245
Counselors . . .
Design for Daily Living .....
Distributive Education ......
Diversified Cooperative Training . .
Drama 8: Speech .........
Environmental Action Group . . .
Fellowship of Christian Athletes . .
Foreign Languages . . . ..... .
Future Business Leaders of America
Future Farmers of America ....
Future Homemakers of America . .
German . .
Gymnastics . .
Hall of Fame . . .
Health Careers . .
Homecoming . .
Hurricane Herald . .
Hurricane Players . .
lnter Club Council . .
Junior Civitan .
Junior Class .....
Junior Officers .....
Junior Varsity Baseball . . .
Junior Varsity Basketball . .
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders .
Junior Varsity Football .
Language Arts .....
Les Buffons ....
Los Sombreros Altos . .
Man 84 Environment . .
Media Center ....
Medical Careers . .
Mu Alpha Theta . . .
National Honor Society . .
Non-instructional Personnel .
Pep Club ..........
Physical Education . .
Ouill 8iScroll . . .
Scribblers . .
Senior Class .....
Senior Class Officers . .
Senior Steering ....
Sigma Anchor .
Social Studies ........
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica .
Sophomore Class .......
Sophomore Class Officers .
Student Body Officers . .
Student Government . .
Thespians . . .
Varsity Baseball . .
Varsity Basketball . .
Varsity Cheerleaders . .
Varsity Football . . .
Wrestling . .
. . . .,.214
. . . .215
. . . .250
. . 246-247
. . 248-249
. . 224-225
. . 160,194
. . 161,195
. . 220-221
. . 162,195
. . 163,195
. . 164,196
. . 185,204
. . . . 165,196
. .138-139, 153
. . . . . .208
. . 226-261
. . 166,196
. . . . .206
. . 130-133
. . . 2-13
. . 187,204
. . .112-115,150
. . .126-127,155
. . . . .98-101
. . 222-227
. . 159,194
. . .168,197
. . . .190, 205
. . . . .169,195
. . .128-129,155
. . . 228-229
. . . 230-231
. . 232-233
. . . . .170,198
. . .172-173, 199
. . . 191,206
. . 254-255
. . 174,200
. . 238-239
. . 210-211
. . 175, 200
. . 141,240
. . 176,200
. . 148-149
. . 177,201
. . .207
. . . .208
. . 192,206
. . . . .152
. . 242-243
. . 178,201
. . .32-37
. . . 32
. . . . .207
. . . . . . .193
. .144-145, 154
. . . 179,201
. . . . 137,154
. .131-135, 151
. .116-125, 150
. .126-127, 155
. . . 251-253
. . 186,204
. . 147,154
Brown, Dawson-B.S.P.E., M.P.H., Univ. of Fla.,
Phy. Ed., Coach, Basketball, J.V. Football. 150,
Brown, Sarah lMrs.l-B.S. Jm., M.Ed., Univ. of
Fla., CBE, Shorthand, Bus. Eng., CBE, Dept.
Chairman. 244, 256
Bryan, Mary lMrs.I-A.B., Fla. St. Col. for Women,
M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Math. 230, 231
Burns, Ruby lMiSl-B.S., Fla. A 81 M Univ.,
Clothing and Textiles, FHS. 196, 252
Byrd, Samuel-B.S., Fla. A 84 M Univ., Industrial
Education, Drafting, J.V. Baseball Coach. 252
Combs, Lucile lMrs.I-A.B., Fla. St. Col. for
Women, M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Media Specialist.
Conway, Kenneth-S.U.C., Syracuse Univ., B.A.,
M.S., Univ. of Fla., Ecology, Inv. in Biol., EAG.
Cook, Carolyn lMrs.l-B.S.E., Univ. of Fla., Eng-
Iish, Sigma Anchor. 206, 222
Cooper, Jay-B.S., M.S., Univ. of Fla., Ind. Sci.
Study, SCIN. 212, 241, 260
Cooper, Thomas-B.S.E., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla.,
Distributive Ed., DECA. 203, 208, 246, 260
Cosby, Leslie lMrs.l-B.A., Fisk Univ., Intro. Alg.,
Alg. II, Gen. Nlath. 231
DeTure, Linda lMrs.l-B.A., Fla. St. Univ., M.Ed.,
Univ. of Fla., Biol. II, SCIN. 200, 241
Donahoe, Marjorie lMrs.I-Fl.N., St. Luke's Hosp.,
N.Y.C., Nursing 84 Health Related Careers. 170,
Donaldson, Bardwell-B.M., Stetson Univ., M.Ed.,
Univ. of Fla., Band. 234
Doyle, Anita lMrs.l-B.S., Univ. of Tampa, English,
Dept. Chairman. 222, 223
Elliott, Anna lMrs.l-B.S., Univ. of Neb., M.Ed.,
Univ. of Fla., Human Dev., Soc. Psy.
Elliott, Mary lMrs.l-B.A., Univ. of Kan., M.S.,
Kan. St. Univ., Speech, Drama, Hurricane Play-
ers, Thespians. 162, 179, 196, 201, 225
Esposito, Alice lMrs.I-B.S.E., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla.,
CBE, Bus. Eng., Shorthand, CBE. 245
Fain, Lucile lMrs.l-A.B., M.A., Univ. of III.,
Spanish, LSA. 220
Finley, Peggy llVlrs.l-B.A., Tift Coll., M.Ed., Univ.
of Fla., English, lt's Academic. 132, 222, 224,
Gaines, Willa lMrs.I-B.S., Bethune Cookman,
M.S., N.Y. Univ., Reading.
Gallant, Barbara lMrs.l-B.A., Cornell Univ.,
M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Humanities, Environment
Green, Martha lMrs.l-B.A., Univ. of Rochester,
M.Ed., P.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Biol. I, Environment
8: Man. 228
Hamilton, Joseph-B.S., Capital Univ., M.Ed.,
Univ. of Fla., Space Science, Intro Phy. Sci.,
Dept. Chairman. 241
Hines, Bette lMrs.l-B.S., Fla. St. Univ., Child Care
Services, Adv., Child Care, Keyettes. 205, 252
Hodge, Mary lMrs.l-B.A.E., Univ. of Fla., English,
NHS, Film Club. 132, 172,199,222
Holsey, Lilla lMrs.I-B.S., Hampton Inst., M.S.,
Fla. St. Univ., Home Ec. 252
Jenkins, Vera lMrs.l-B.S.E., Fla. St. Univ.,
M.A.E., Univ. of Fla.,Spanish, Dept. Chairman,
Joiner, Judy lMrs.l-B.A., Sanford Univ., German,
Am. Hist., German Club. 196, 220
Kelley, Regina lMrs.I-B.A., Fla. St. Univ., Math,
Latin, Sigma Anchor, Discipuli Antiquorum.
194, 206, 220
Knight, Bonnie lMrs.l-B.A., Stetson Univ., M.Ed.,
Univ. of Fla., Spec. Ed., Nike - 2nd Sem,
Sophomore Sponsor. 193, 250
Kormanyos, Connie lMrs.l-B.S., Western Ky.
Univ., Phy. Ed., Varsity 84 JV Cheerleaders. 239
LaFontaine, Lu lMrs.l-B.A., Univ. of Fla., Cont.
Little, Bonnie lMrs.l-B.A.E., Univ. of Fla., Sp.Ed.,
Anchor, Varsity Cheerleading Sponsor. 203,
Lloyd, Mary lMrs.l-B.S.N., Univ. of Tenn., M.Ed.,
Univ. of Fla., Nursing 8i Health Related Careers.
Lowe, Joe-B.S., M.A., Univ. of Fla., History. 242
Boyd, W. Daniel-B.A.E., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla.,
Principal. 14, 210-211
Caffey, Isaac-M.Ed., Tuskegee Inst., B.S.,
Bethune-Cookman Coll., Assistant Principal of
Dario, Bruno-A.B., Univ. of Penn., M.Ed., Univ.
of Fla., Guidance. 214
Dicks, Wesley-B.S.P.E., Univ. of Fla., Dean of
Boys, Coach, football, FCA. 102, 195, 215
Hammond, Margaret lMrs.I-B.S., M.A., Univ. of
N.C., Dean of Girls. 214
Harper, Titus-M.Ed., N. Car. A 84 T St. Univ.,
B.S., Fla. A 84 M Univ., Dean of Boys. 215
Hendrickson, Cela lMrs.I-B.S., La. St. Univ., M.A.,
Univ. of Wis., Coordinator of Student Affairs,
Senate. 207, 212
Lewis, Mary lMrs.l-B.S., Fla. A 84 M Univ., Dean
of Girls. 215
Nealy, Anna lMrs.l-A.B., Spelman Coll., M.A.,
N.Y. Univ., Guidance. 214
Niblack, Jim-B.S.P.E., M.S.P.E., Univ. of Fla.,
Athletic Director. 102, 110, 213
Simmons, Lamar-B.S., Univ. of Fla., Assistant
Principal of Administration. 213
Wanninger, Mildred lMrs.l-B.A., Ala. Coll., M.A.,
Univ. of Fla., Assistant Principal of Curriculum.
Acosta, Robert-B.S., Bethune Cookman, Phy. Ed.,
Coach, Baseball, Football. 135, 238
Adams, Alice lMrs.l-A.B., Univ. of Pittsburg,
M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Am. Hist., Cont. Issues.
Adams, Thayla lMrs.l-B.S., Kan. St. Univ., Occup.
Home Ec., Adv. Child Care, Alpha. 203, 252
Allen, Dwight-B.A.E., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Book-
keeping I and ll, Typ. I. 218-219
Anderson, Frances lMrs.I-B.S., Fla. St. Univ.,
M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Typing, Shorthand.
Baker, Robert-B.A.E., Univ. of Fla., Am. Hist.
Beard, Mark F.-B.S. Ed., MRC, Univ. of Fla., Soc.
Boyd, Jean lMrs.I-B.S., M.A., Fla. St. Univ., Cont.
Boyles, Shelton-B.A.E., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla.,
Bradshaw, Sue lMrs.l-B.A., Univ. of Fla., French,
Les Buffons. 220
GHS faculty-91 individuals but united in the philosophy that "the student is the most important."
Faculty Directory X287
Lucas, Stanley-B.A., Arlington St. Coll., M.Ed.,
Ed.S., Univ. of Fla., Alg. III, Trig., Gen. Math.
Lydick, Harry-B.S., West Va. Univ., M.Ed., Univ.
of Fla., Agriculture, FFA. 252
Mathis, Mariam lMrs.l-A.B., Converse Coll., A.B.,
in Lib. Sci., Emory Univ., Media Specialist. 232,
McCaskiII, Emmett-B.S., Alcorn A 84 M Coll.,
M.A., Fisk Univ., Chem. I 84 Il, Jr. Civitan. 204,
McKenzie, Ina Jo lMrs.l-B.A., Fla. St. Univ.,
M.F.A., Univ. of Fla., Art, Artisans. 201, 216
Meister, Nancy lMrs.l-2nd Sem., B.S.E., Ohio St.
Univ., Typing II, VOE Clerical, VOE Secretarial,
Secretarial Typing, FBLA.
Mixon, Johan-B.A., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Cont.
Issues, Senate, Pep Club, Key. 205, 242
Morgan, Mary lMrs.l-B.A., Fla. A 84 M Univ.,
English, Man 81 Env. 228
Mosley, Edith iNlrs.l-1st Sem., B.S., Fla. St. Univ.,
VOE, Typing, Nike,FBLA. 195, 206, 252
Nolan, John-B.A., M.A., Univ. of Fla., Psychol-
ogy, Tennis Ooach. 154
Osborn, Margaret lMrs.i-M.A., Indiana Univ., Am.
Inst., Dept. Chairman. 242
Owens, Ruby iMrs.i-B.S. in Nursing, Fla. A 81 M
Univ., Nursing and Health Related Careers. 170,
Philpott, Helen lMrs.l-M.A., Univ. of Fla., Crafts,
Dept. Chairman. 216
Pickarcl, Glenn-B.A., Hope Coll., M.A., Western
Mich. Univ., English, Soccer Coach, "One
More" Creative Arts Magazine. 131, 222
Powers, Pat iMissi-B.A.E., M.Ed., Sp.Ed., Univ. of
Fla., English, Scribblers. 222
Rivers, Nathanael-B.S., Bethune-Cookman, Off.
Mach., Typing I, Gen. Bus. 219
Rogers, Norma Jean lMrs.i-B.S., Fla. St. Univ.,
Geom., Acc. Math 12, Lionettes, Mu Alpha
Theta. 198, 205, 231
Scott, Robert-B.S., Univ. of Tulsa, Chem., Gen.
Math, Alg., Gamma, LOFIBM. 231
Sharp, Mary lMrs.i-B.S., Miss. Coll., M.Ed., Univ.
of Fla., English, NHS. 222, 223
Sharron, Sandra lMrs.l-B.A.E., Univ. of Fla.,
Shaw, Jack-B.A., Stetson Univ., B.D., So. Baptist
Theol. Sem., Hist., Faculty Chairman. 242, 243
Smith, Nancy lMrs.l-B.S.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Biol.,
Phy. Sci., Lionettes, EAG. 241
Summers, Thomas-B.A.E., Univ. of Fla., Social
Psychology, Cont. Issues, Am. Hist., EAG. 242
Thomas, Richard-B.S., Fla. A 81 M Univ., Alg. I,
Walker, Nelda iMrs.i-B.S., Univ. of Fla., Diversi-
fied Coop. Train., DCT. 248, 260
Wallace, Ruth iMrs.l-B.S.E., Miami Univ.-lOhiol1
Alg. II, Math for Everyday Living, Dept. Chair-
Watkins, Fran lMrs.i-B.A.E., Univ. of Fla., Read-
ing, Civinettes. 203, 223
Westmoreland, Peg iMrs.l-A.B., Fla. Southern
Coll., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., English, Publica-
tions, Quill 81 Scroll. 223, 227
Whitley, Edward-B.S., Pfeiffer Coll., M.A., Appa-
Iachian St., Media Specialist. 232
Williams, Lucille lMrs.l-B.S., Fla. A 8: M Univ.,
M.S., Hampton Inst., Home Ec., FHA. 196,
Williams, Martin-B.S., M.S., Fla. A 81 M Univ.,
Ethnic Culture, Am. Hist., Key. 242
Young, Saundra lMrs.l-B.S., Tenn. St. Univ.,
Choral Music, Choruses. 236
Chambers, Hazel lMrs.l-Business Manager. 254,
Haile, Eloise lMrs.l-Media Center Secretary. 254
Kendall, Cleve-Maintenance Supervisor. 254, 255
Parkell, Betty lMrs.l-Data Processing. 254
Long, Yvonne lMrs.i-Dean's Secretary. 254
Robinson, Sarah lMrs.l-Guidance Secretary. 213,
Wakuya, Marion iMrs.l-Cafeteria Manager. 254
Wiggins, Ada lMrs.l-Administration Secretary.
Retiring after 25 years in GHS's Arts and Crafts Department, Mrs. Helen
Philpott will have time to enjoy her hobbies with her husband,
2881 Faculty Directory
Mr. Harry Lydick, who is ending his teaching career after 15 years as a
science and agriculture teacher at GHS, gets in a little pre-retirement
work on his wood-turning lathe.
Abbott, Gail-Medical Careers 12. 52
Adams, Bud-52, 200, 201 , 204, 207, 208
Adams, Chris-Baseball 125 Bicycle 125 EAG
10, 115 House 125 Latin 10, 115 Mu Alpha
Theta 10, 11, 125 NHS 11, 125SClN 11,
12. 52, 72, 151, 198, 199, 200, 201, 270
Adams, Claire-French 11, 125 Hurr. Players
125 Latin 10.
Adams, Donald-Interface 12. 52, 197
Adkisson, Tommy-Baseball 11, 125 Key 12.
52, 151, 205
Alexander, Jon-52, 154
Alfonso, Carlos-Transferred from Coral
Gables Sr. High 11.
Alford, Dan-Baseball 11, 125 JV Basketball
105 Var. Football 11, 12. 52, 151
Allen, Becky-DCT Cor. Sec., Club Sweet-
heart 12. 52, 260
Allen, Edith-Transferred from Santa Fe H.S.
12. 52, 62
Ambrose, Robert Milton-Transferred from
Sebring, 1970. 52
Anderson, Bill-DECA Vice-pres. 125 JV
Football 10. 52, 246, 260
Anderson, Nlark-FCA 115 JV Basketball 105
Var. Football 10, 11, 125 Track 12. 52,
Anderson, Marlene-Pep 105 Latin 10, Sec.
11, 125 Sr. Steer. laltl 12. 52, 194, 208,
Angorn, Marcia-Anchor 105 Artisians 125
NHS 125 Wheel 12. 53, 199, 201
Arinson, Beckie-Bicycle 125 EAG 125 FHA,
Vice-pres. 105 Gym 105 House 10, 11, 125
Hur. Herald 115 Latin Hist. 11, 125 Pep 105
Mu Alpha Theta 125 SCIN 125 Wheel Treas.
12. 53, 194, 200, 201, 204, 208
Atkins, Ainsley-Acc. grad. 52
Ayers, David-JV Basketball 105 Var. Basket-
ball 11 Co-cept 125 FCA 11, Sec 125 Pep
10, 115 Latin 105 Senate 105 Wheel 10,11,
12. 44, 53,118,122,156,161,195, 201,
Bachiller, Marian-Transferred from Grady
High, lAtlanta, Ga.l Dec. 1971. 281
Bailey, Carol-Alpha 125 French 10, 11, 125
- House 11, 125 ICC 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10,
11,125 NHS 11,125 Pep 10,115Sr,Steer.
125 SCIN 10, 11. 53, 73, 198, 199, 203,
Baity, Jean-FHA 10. 53 '
Baker, Jody-53, 203
Baker, Ollie Mae-VICA 11, Sec. 12. 53
Baltzell, Gene-Transferred from Autauga Co.
High lPrattville, AIa.l Sept. 1971 . 53
Banks, Andy-FCA 10, 11, 125 JV Football
105 Var. Football 10, 11, 125 French 10,
11, 125 House 10, 115 Mu Alpha Theta 10,
11, 125 NHS 11, Tutor Ch. 12. 53, 95,
151, 172, 195, 197, 198, 199, 207
Banks, Gaile-FHA 10. 53
Banks, Geneva-BSU 125 FHA 10, 11, 125
House 10. 53
Banks, Jennifer-Acc. grad EAG 105 Hurri-
cane 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 NHS
11, 125 S.H.H. 11, 125 Spanish Club 10,
11, 125 Swimming 10, 115 Quill 84 Scroll
12. 53, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 261
Barber, Randy-DCT Soc Dis 125 Gamma 10,
11, 12.53, 204, 260
Bamey, Mary-Band 10, 11, 125 French 10,
11, 125 Latin 125 Lionettes 10, 11, 125
NHS 11, 125 SCIN 10, 11, 125ScribbIers
12. 53, 194, 198, 199, 200, 205, 256, 260
Bartley, Suzette-Latin 10, 11, 125 Mu Alpha
Theta 125 NHS 11, 12. 53, 194, 198, 199
Bates, Patricia Lynn-Band 10, 11, 125 Medi-
cal Careers 10, 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10,
11, 125 NHS 11, 125SCIN 10, 11, 12.53,
198, 199, 200, 256
Baumer, Douglas-NHS 12. 53
Baun, Mark-DCT 12. 53
Baxter, JoAnne-Alpha 105 Bicycle 125 Cross
Country 125 French 10, 125 NHS 125 SCIN
12. 53, 197, 199, 200
Beal, Nancy-Band 10, 11, 12. 54, 256
Beauchamp, Ricky-House 10. 54
Beazlie, Frank-Band 10. 256
Beck, Dale-DCT, Sar.-at-arms 12. 54, 260
Beck, Susie-DCT 12, House 11, 12. 54, 260
Beckett, Mary Ann-Anchor 10, 11, 125 Sr.
Steer. Comm. 54, 203, 208
Beckham, Harold-Wheel 11, 12. 54, 204
Behrouze, Jaleh-Transferred from Hadaf
High School lTehran, lranl Sept. 1971. 54,
Bell, Rosetta-Bicycle 125 BSU 125 FHA 10,
11, 125 Girls' Chorus 115 Interface 125
VlCA 12. 54
Below, Ken-German 11, 12. 54
Beltz, Susan-CBE Sec. 125 Pep 11, 12. 54,
Benson, Charles-Baseball 10, 11, 125 Var.
Basketball 125 FFA 105 Hurr. Players 11,
Benson, Eric-House 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10,
11, 125 NHS 11, 125 SHH 11, 125 Soccer
12.55,197,198, 199, 201, 208
Benton, Mark-JV Basketball 105 Var. Basket-
ball 125 FCA 125 Latin 105 Wheel 11, 12.
Bergman, Spicea-CBE 12. 55, 256
Blackwell, Rebecca-Transferred from Oak
Hill Private School Gainesville, Fla. Jan.
Blanchard, Frank-French 11, 12. 55
Boal, Lisa-Acc. grad.
Bogan, Delbra-Girls' Chorus 125 House 12.
Bogle, Tommy-EAG 125 FCA 115 G-Club 115
Film 125 LSA 105 House 10, 125 Pep 10.
Boone, Andy-55, 154
Booth, Phyllis-Pep 10. 55
Bounds, Bobby-Soccer 12. 55, 152
Bourg, Charlene-Concert Choir 10, 115 LSA
11, 125 Pep 105 Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125
SHH11,12.55,197,198, 201, 251
Boyles, Sandra-Lionettes 11, Chap 125 Medi-
cal Careers 10. 55, 205
Brabham, Lola-House 10, 11, 125 ICC 11,
125 Latin 10, Procter 115 Mu Alpha Theta
10, 11, Treas. 125 NHS 11,125SClN125
Sr. Steer. Comm. 12. 55, 198, 199, 200,
206, 208, 271
Bradley, Dick-EAG 115 JV Football 105 LSA
11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 NHS
125 SHH 11, 12. 55,198,199, 200, 201,
Bradley, Joyce-BSU 11, 125 FHA 10,11,12.
Bridges, Betsy-LSA 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta
125 Nike 125 SHH 11,12.55,197, 201,
Brock, Harold-DECA 125 JV Football 10.
Brogdan, Stephen-NHS 12. 56, 199
Brooke, Brenda Lee
Brown, Glenn-BSU 125 FFA 105 VICA 12.
Brown, Larry-DECA 125 FFA 105 JV Foot-
ball 10. 56
Brown, Pat-BSU 12. 56, 194
Brown, Ricky-Bicycle 12.
Brown, Robert-DCT 115 Var. Football 115
Brown, Sandra-Artisans 125 House 115 Soc-
cer 12. 56, 152, 201, 206
Bryan, Ellen-French 11, 125 NHS 12. 56,
Bryan, Jon-Latin 12. 56, 194
Bryant, Nancy-CBE Vice-pres 12. 56, 256
Bryant, Sharon-56, 93, 199, 256
Bunker, Bonnie-House 10, 11, 125 French
10, 115 Majorettes 12. 56, 155, 203, 208
Burford, Randy-Baseball 11, 125 JV Football
105 Key 12. 56, 151, 205
Burns, Tommy-Baseball 115 FFA 11. 56
Cade, Robert-Cross Country 11, 125 Track 10,
Cadwallader, Valerie-Concert Choir 10, 11, 125
French 11, 125 German 125 Keyettes 11,
Chap. 125 Latin 105 Melodettes 115 Sr. Steer.
Comm. 12. 56, 196, 197, 205, 208, 259
Caffey, Chip-56, 151
Caldwell, Connie-Anchor 11, 125 JV Cheer-
leading 105 FBLA Reporter 12. 56, 162
Camps, Belinda-FHA 105 Medical Careers 10.
Camps, Carolyn-Hurricane 125 LSA 10, 115
SHH11. 57,146, 261, 265
Carrell, Sylvia-Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125
NHS 10, 11,125SHH 10, 11, 12.57, 95,
198, 199, 256
Carter, Yvette-BSU 10, 11, 125 CBE 125 NHS
Carver, Hubert-Band 10, 11, 125 SCIN 125
Soccer 125 Track 10. 57, 152, 256
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Dovell, Catherine-Anchor 125 French 10, 11,
Casey, Marcia-Film 125 French 10, Parl. 115
House, Sec. 125 Hurricane Ass't. Ed. 11,
Editor 125 Jr. Class Sec. 115 Mu Alpha Theta
10, 11, 125 NHS 11, 125 Senate 105 SCIN 10,
125 Quill 84 Scroll 12. 57, 175, 194, 198,
199, 200, 201 , 226, 261, 276
Casey, Pat-DECA 11, 125 JV Basketball 10.
Castor, Jane-Band 10, 115 Hur. Herald 125
Latin 105 Pep 10, 11, 125 NHS 12.44, 57,
199, 208, 261
Catotti, Chuck-Band 10, 11, 125 Mu Alpha
Theta 115 NHS 12. 57, 199, 256
Cellon, David-House 125 Hurricane 125 Pep 105
Latin 10, 115 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 115 NHS
11,12. 57,199, 261
Chambless, Kathy-CBE 125 LSA 10. 57, 256
Champion, Cynthia-Hurricane 125 Sigma
Anchor 10, 11, Sec. 12. 57, 206, 261, 279
Chittum,Carol-Alpha 10, 11, 12. 57, 203
Christie, msan-Pep 10, 115 Mu Alpha Theta
Clark, Claranell-BSU 125 Pep 12. 57, 202
Clark, Elzie-DCT 11, 12. 57, 260
Clark, Ulysses-Bicycle 125 BSU 125 Concert
Choir 105 DCT 10, 11, 125 FFA 125 JV
Basketball 105 Wt. Lifting 11. 57
Cleveland, Beverly-BSU 125 Concert Choir 125
FHS 125 Pep 12. 57, 194, 196, 259
Clevinger, Pam-DCT 12. 57, 244, 256
Clifford, Mike-28, 58, 150
Cline, Mary-House 105 Hurricane 11, Club
Editor 125 Pep 105 Latin 10, 115 Quill 8:
Scroll 12. 58, 200, 203, 204, 261
Clubock, Doug-Band 105 House 125 Jr. Civitan
Rabbi 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 NHS 11,
125 SHH 11, 12. 58, 187, 198, 199, 201,
Coates, Lee-EAG 125 Swimming 10, 11, 12.
Coburn, Jimmy-58, 259
Cogger, Mary-58, 196, 198
Coles, Charles-Hurricane 125 Sr. Steer. Comm.
12. 58, 208, 261
Deneace-FBLA 125 FHA 10, 11, 125
Student Government 105 NHS 11. 58
Cathy-Transferred from Woodard H.S.
lRockvilIe, Md.l 115 Latin 105 LSA 125 Mu
Alpha Theta 10, 125 NHS 125 SHH 125
Swimming 10, 12. 58, 153, 171, 198, 199,
Collins, Evelyn-FBLA 125 FHA 11. 58
Collop, Brian-58, 147, 151, 154, 195
Collop, Thomas-Transferred from Hollywood
H.S. 115 Gamma 12. 58
Brian-Gamma 10, 11. 58, 150
Sandy-Lionettes Parl. 10, Act. Chr.
12. 58, 205
Cook, Don-58, 229
Cook, Jenny-BSU 125 Concert Choir 125 Girl's
Chorus 125 Sr. Steer. Comm. 125 Young
Folks 12. 58, 194, 257, 259
Covey, Karen-Nike 12. 58, 206, 256
Cowart, Ricky-Var. Football 10, 125 Gamma
Cowsert, Susan-Transferred from Sarasota H.S.
115 Girl's Chorus 10, House 125 Pep Club 10.
Coyle, Dennis-Transferred Saddle Brooks H.S.
lSaddle Brooks, New Jerseyl 125 Concert
Choir 125 Soccer 12. 59, 237, 257, 259
29O! Senior Directory
Coyle, Richard-Transferred Saddle Brooks
H.S. lSaddle Brooks, New Jerseyl 12. 59
Craig, David-FCA 125 Var. Football 12. 59,
108, 150, 195
Cramer, Paul-Sr. Class Pres. 12. 50, 59, 203,
Crawford, Dolly-FHA 125 Pep 12. 59
Crook, Carolyn-French 10, 11, Sec. 125 House
125 ICC 105 Lionettes 10 Hist. 11, 125 Nlu
Alpha Theta 125 NHS 12. 59, 168, 197,198,
199, 205, 208, 233
Crosby, Nikki-Transferred Bradford H.S. 115
Lionettes125 LSA 11, 12.59, 205
Cue, Michael-Track 10, 11, 12. 154
Cue, Priscilla-BSU 105 FHA 10, VICA Vice
Pres 115 Sec. 12. 59
Culpepper, J.C.-Latin 10, 11. 59, 73, 264
Cumbee, Carroll-Band Drum Major 11, 12. 59,
Curtis, George-Concert Choir 10, 11 , 125
Madrigals 11, 125 Scribblers 12. 60, 257, 259
Daly, Dan-Band 10, 11, 125 Latin 105 Sr.
Steer. Comm. 12. 60, 200, 208, 256
Dame, Doug-Latin 10, 11, 125 Mu Alpha
Theta 11, 125 NHS 125 SCIN 12. 60,
198, 199, 200
Dampier, Carol-Transferred from Santa Fe
High School 11. 60, 256, 270
Daniels, Beverly-60, 62
Danoff, Sandra-Acc. Grad. 60
Danzy, Jefferson-Band 10.
Daquila, Maura-Anchor 10, 11, 125 Medical
Careers 10, 11 Sec.-Treas. 125 Mu Alpha
Theta 11, 125 NHS 125 SHH 10, 11
Historian 12. 60, 197, 198, 199, 201,
Daughtry, Gary-DECA 12. 60, 260
Davis, Alice-BSU 11, 125 Latin 10, 115 FHA
10, 115 Lionettes 105 Pep 105 VICA 12.
Davis, Barbara-60, 155, 198, 206
Davis, Brenda-60, 260
Davis, Connye-BSU 11, 125 Girls Chorus 125
NHS 125 Sr. Steer. Comm. 12. 60, 194,
199, 208, 259
Davis, Jennifer-House 115 Nike 10, 11, Hist.
84 Parl. 125 NHS 12.60,73,199,206
Davis, Lynnette-Civinettes 105 Sec. 11, Pres.
125 lCC 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125
NHS 11, 125 SCIN 125 German 10,11,
12.60, 172, 184, 196, 198, 199, 203
Davis, Ann-CBE 125 Gymnastics 12. 60, 153,
Debose, Barbara-BSU 125 JV Cheerleader 105
Varsity Cheerleader 11, 125 Class Vice-
President 10, President 11, Student
Body Vice-Pres. 125 Interface 10, 11,
Treas. 125 Pep 10, 11, Pres. 125 LSA 11,
125 Mu Alpha Theta11,125SHH 11,125
Soccer 12. 18, 19, 61, 80, 155, 197,
198, 201, 202, 207, 208
DeBose, Priscilla-BSU 11, 125 Concert Choir
11, 125 Girls' Chorus 105 Pep 125 Young
Folks 11, 12.61, 194, 257, 259
DeConna, William-Baseball 125 JV Basketball
105 House 125 LSA 10, Sgt.-at-arms 11,
Pres. 125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 SHH 10,
Sgt.-at-arms 11, 125 Swimming 11. 61,
151, 169, 201, 208
DeLaney, Mary-French 10, 115 Keyettes 11,
Vice-Pres. 125 Ashley Hall 2nd Sem. 10.
61, 189, 205
DeMeo, Alba Marie-Keyettes 11, 125 House
115 Pep 10, 115 Scribblers 105 Sr. Steer.
Comm. 12. 61
Demps, June-BSU 115 Concert Choir 10, 11,
125 Pep 105 Sr. Steer. Comm. 12. 61,
Dempsey, Gena-French 10, 11, 125 House
115 Senate 125 Sr. Steer. Comm. 125 lVlu
Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 NHS 125 Nike
12.61,197, 198, 199, 201, 206, 207
Dennison, Larry-Track 11, 12. 154
Denny, Charles-JV Football 105 Wheel 11,
12. 61, 204
DeSha, Gary-JV Football 105 Varsity Foot-
ball 11, 125 Scribblers Sgt-at-Arms 12.
Dexter, James-Senior Class Vice-pres. 125
Concert Choir 125 DECA 115 Drama 125
Sr. Steer. Comm. 12. 50, 61, 237, 259
Dixon, Ida-Bicycle 125 BSU 10, 11, 125 FHA
105 House 115 Interface 10, 11, 125 Pep
11, 12. 61
Dobbins, Tim-JV Football 105 Jr. Civitan 105
Key Chap. 125 House 115 LSA 125 SHH
125 Student Body Pres. 12. 18, 19, 25,
61, 80, 94, 193, 197, 201, 205, 207, 208
Doby, Sandra-LSA 11, 12.
Donaldson, Ken-10, 11, 12. 61, 256, 271
Douglas, Cosandra-Alpha 125 BSU 11, 125
House 10, 115 Hurricane 125 LSA 10, 11,
125 Maiorettes 125 NHS 125 SHH 11,125
Senate 125 Sr. Steer. Comm. 12. 25, 61,
129, 155, 197, 199, 201, 203, 207, 208,
125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 NHS 11,
Downey, Jack-German 10, Vice-Pres. 11, 125
House 125 Key 10, 11, 125 NHS 125
Soccer 11, 125 SCIN 11, 12. 61, 152,
199, 200, 205, 208
Drawdy, Elizabeth-DECA 11, Sec. 125
Gymnastics 10, 11.61, 247, 260
Duncan, Lydia-61, 197
Dunleavy, David-Film Sec. 125 German 11,
125 Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 Wheel 11,
12.61,196, 204, 230
Dupree, Marcia-House 10, 115 Pep 10, 115 Sr.
Steer. Comm. 12. 62, 208
Eades, Lynda-Transferred Urbana High
lUrbana, lll.l 115 Artisans 125 French 115
Hurricane 125 NHS 125 Nike 12. 62, 199,
201, 206, 261
Ebersole, Glenda-French 115 House 115 Hur-
ricane 11, Ad. Editor 125 Latin 105 Mu
Alpha Theta 11, 125 NHS 125 Nike 10,
11, Pub. Chr. 125 Quill 84 Scroll 125
Scribblers 10, 11, Pres. 12.62, 191, 198,
199, 200, 201, 206, 261, 265
Ebling, David-EAG 105 House 115 Hurr.
Herald 125 LSA 105 NHS 125SClN11,
125 Scribblers 12. 62, 199, 201, 227,
Edmonson, Bryce-Gamma 10, 11, 125 FCA
125 Latin 105 SCIN 125 Swimming 10,
11, 12. 62
Edmondson, Richard-Transferred Apopka
Mem. High, Jan. 1972.
Ellis, Billy-Bicycle Pres. 125 BSU 10, 11,125
Medical Careers 125 JV Football 10.
Ellis, Frank-Concert Choir 125 German 125
House 105 LSA 105 Madrigals 125 Swim-
ming 125 Track 12.62, 196, 258, 259
English, Alan-Gamma 10, 11, 12. 62, 204
English, Warren-Transferred Rolling Green
Enneking, Maggie-House 10, 115 Keyettes
10, 115 LSA 105 Sr. Steer. Comm. 12.
Eppes, Stephen-Chess 105 German 10, Pres.
11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 NHS 11,
125SCIN 10, 11, 125 Soccer 11, 12.25,
62, 152, 198, 199, 200
Espenship, Bobby-Var. Football 10, 11, 12.
Evans, Gary-63, 152
Eves, George-German 10, 11, 125 NHS 125
Soccer 11, 125 Wt-lifting 10, 125 Wrest-
Ewing, Leesa-Alpha 10, Treas. 11, Pres. 125
House 11, 125 ICC Sec. 125 Pep 105 Mu
Alpha Theta 125 NHS 12. 63, 198, 199,
203, 206, 208, 278
Fagan, Laurie-NHS 12. 63
Fair, Georgie-FBLA 12. 63, 195
Faulk, Susan-CBE Sec. 12. 63, 244, 256, 257
Fawcett, Kathy-CBE 12. 63
Feagle, Sylvia-FHA 10. 63
Ferber, Linda-CBE 12. 63, 256
Fields, Wayne-63, 96, 102, 110, 116, 124,
125, 150,151, 194, 207
Finocchio, Ginger-DCT 125 Pep 125 Sr. Steer.
Comm. 12. 63, 208, 260
Fisher, Ruth-Cross Country 12. 63
Fiskell, John-French 11, 125 Key 11, 125 Pep
10, 115 LSA 10,11,125NHS11,125
SHH10,11,12. 63,197,199, 201, 205,
Fletcher, Cheryl-Alpha 10, 115 House 10. 63
Flournoy, Joyce-FHA 10, 125 Medical
Careers 10. 63, 229
Fogarty, Jean-CBE 12. 64, 245, 256
Fountain, Jimmy-Baseball 11. 64
Fry, Myrna-Transferred Santa Fe H.S., 1972.
Fry, Rodney-Band 10, 11, 125 Jr. Civitan
Treas. 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125
201, 204, 256
Fuller, Anne-German 11, 125 House 125
Hurr. Players Treas. 125 Soccer 125 SCIN
125 "Columbine Madonna" 12. 64, 179,
196, 200, 201, 204, 208
Fullwood, Earl-FFA 10.
Furnweger, Wayne-House 105 Mu Alpha
Theta 125 NHS 125 SCIN 12. 64, 198,
Gaddy, Michael-Transferred from A.C. Rey-
nolds H.S. iAsheviIle, N.C.l 11. 64
Gainey, Jeanette-Concert Chorus 105 FHA
10, 125 House 10. 64
Gardner, Maxine-Band 105 BSU 125 FHA 125
House 115 Pep 12. 64
Gardner, Melonie-EAG 125 German 12. 64
Gartner, Linda-Transferred from Citrus H.S.
Gasche, Laurene-Anchor 10, 11, 125 German
12.64, 196, 203
Gates, Kathy-House 125 Keyettes 11, Kamot
125 LSA 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 125
NHS 125 SHH 12. 64, 197, 198, 199,
201, 205, 208
Gay, Sharon-Anchor 11, Sec. 125 Hurr.
Herald 11, News Editor 125 NHS 125
Quill 81 Scroll 125 SCIN 10. 64, 175,
199, 200, 203, 240, 261
Geiger, Phil-Hurr. Player 11, 12. 65
Genest, Frank-Transferred Hastings H.S. 125
Cross Country 125 FCA 125 Wrestling,
Co-Capt. 12. 65
Gerardo, Daniel-65, 251
Gerardo, Edward-Latin 10, 11, Pres. 125 Mu
Alpha Theta 10, 11, Vice-pres. 125 NHS
11, 125 Swimming 11. 65, 194, 199, 200
Gilbert, Barbara-Transferred from Mebane
115 BSU 125 FHA 11, 12.65
Gillen, Geoff-65, 73
Gill, Velma-BSU 125 Concert Choir 11, FHA
11, Vice-pres. 125 Pep 11, 125 VlCA12.
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Senior Directory X291
Godbolt, Johnnie-FB LA, Parliamentarian 12.
Goering, Don-Transferred from Worthington
H.S. lWarth, Ohiol 12. 260
Golden, Genie-CBE 125 French 11. 65, 256
Golston, Martha-BSU 125 Pep 11, 125 VICA
Grant, Katherine-CBE 125 Lionettes 11, Sec.
125 NHS 125 Pep 105 Scribblers 10. 65,
199, 205, 256
Greathouse, Anne-French 10, Chap. 11, 125
Hurr. Players 115 Majorettes 10, 11,
Co-Head 125 NHS 12.65, 129, 155, 197,
Green, Karen-Civinettes 10, 11, 125 Concert
Choir 105 LSA 11, 12. 65, 197, 203
Green, Linda-65, 208
Green, Nancy-65, 199
Green, Mike-65, 154
Green, Rusty-65, 197, 198, 199
Gregory, Michael-65, 196
Gresham, Steve-65, 198, 199, 200, 267
Griffin, Sheila-65, 199, 208, 229
Griffis, Karen-65, 168, 196, 197, 199, 206,
Guinn, Hugh-51, 65
Hackney, Nuguana-Band 105 Bicycle 125
BSU 11, 125 Sr. Steer. Comm. 125 VICA
12. 66, 194
Hague, Linda-German 11, 12. 66, 196
Hall, Alison-LSA 125 Nike 2nd Sem. 125
Hall, Lester-JV Basketball 10. 66
Hall, Martha Sue-66
Halperin, Ken-French 10, 125 FCC 125 Jr.
Civitan 10, His. 11, Pres. 125 Hurr.
Herald 115 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125
NHS 11, 125 SCIN 11. 66, 187, 197,
198, 199, 204
Hamilton, James-66 -
Hanson, Barbara-EAG 115 French 11, 125
House 125 Hurr. Players 115 Pep 105 Mu
Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 NHS 11, 125
Nike 11, 12. 66, 168, 197, 198,199,
201, 206, 208
Hardee, Kenny-208, 260
Hardeman, Keith-FCA 125 Gamma 11, 125
Varsity Basketball 11, 12. 66, 122, 124,
125, 150, 161, 195, 204, 279
Harden, Richard Wayne-Transferred from
Arlington Heights H.S. Ft. Worth, Texas,
19705 German 12. 66, 196
Harden, Lee Ray
Hardy, Richard-JV Football 105 House 11,
Harlan, John-Soccer 11, 125 Swimming 10.
Harper, Albert-BSU 11, 125 FFA 105 JV
Football 105 Var. Football 11, 125 House
115 Track 105 Weight-lifting11. 66, 104,
Harrer, Kathy-Bicycle 125 French 10, 11, 125
Latin 105 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125
NHS 125 Pep 10, 11, 125 SCIN 12.66,
197, 198, 199
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Harris, Eugene Lee-BSU 11, 125 FFA 105
Var. Football 125 Hurricane Players 105
Sr. Steering Comm. 12. 66
Harris, James-JV Football 105 Gamma 11,
125 House 11.67, 204
Hart, Richard-Key 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta
10,11, 125 NHS 11, 125SHH 12.67,
Haynes, Tifton-Latin Club 105 Mu Alpha
Theta 125 NHS 125 SCIN 12.
Hearn, Steve-Golf 12. 139, 153
Head, France-67, 197, 199, 201, 208
Heller, Rick-Football 10, 11, 125 Gamma 105
G-Club 10, Hist. 11, 125 German Club
10, 11, 125 House 10, 125 SCIN 10, 11,
Pres. 125 Student Government 115
Weight-lifting 11. 110, 151, 165, 196,
Henry, Levi-67, 104, 194
Henry, Rick-Football 10, 11, 125 Gamma 10,
11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 Weight-
lifting 11, 12. 67, 104, 198, 200, 201,
Herbert, John-SCIN 125 Track 11. 67, 200
Herhold, Wendy-Bicycle 12. 67
Heron, Randy-FCA 125 French 125 JV Foot-
ball 105 Tennis 11, 12. 67, 145, 154,
Heron, Ronnie-FCA 125 JV Football 105
French 125 Weight-lifting 10. 67, 73,
154, 195, 197, 269
Hess, Susan-Anchor 125 Band 10, 115 Girl's
Chorus 10. 68, 203
Hewett, Freddie-Basketball 115 FFA Parl.
10, 11, Pres. 12. 68, 195
Hewitt, Donna-French 125 Lionettes 10, 11,
125 Soccer 125 Swimming 10, 11. 68,
Hicks, Linda Sue-Band 105 French 10, 115
Sr. Steer. Comm. 125 NHS 12.68, 199
Hicks, Pat-FHA 125 Gymnastics 105 Medical
Careers 11. 68
Hill, Cynthia-CBE 12.68, 256
Hill Loretta-FBLA 125 FHA 105 Interface
12. 68, 195
Hill Palmer-68, 233
Hill Vivian-BSU 11, 125 Concert Choir 125
Girl's Chorus 115 Senate 115 68, 158,
194, 254, 259
Hodge, Cheri-Beta 10, 115 Girl's Cross Coun-
try 125 Hurricane 11, 125 Nike 125 Pep
105 Psychology 115 Soccer 125 Swim-
ming 11. 152, 181, 226, 261
Hodges, Jody-Band 10.
Hodges, Margaret-CBE 125 Gymnastics 105
House 105 Spanish 10. 68, 256
Holland, Michael-Gamma 125 Film 125 JV
Football 105 Latin 105 Mu Alpha Theta
10,11, Pres. 125 NHS 11, 125 SCIN 10,
11, 12. 68, 171, 180, 198, 199, 200,
Holston, George-Band 105 Basketball 11,
Trainer and Manager 125 German 11, 125
Soccer 125 Tennis 12. 68, 150, 152, 196,
Hooker, Anthony-Concert Choir 105 Foot-
ball manager 11, 125 House 11, 125 Key
11, 125 Sr. Steer. Comm. 125 Spanish
Club 105 Track 10.68, 136,154
Hope, Fletcher-House 105 Key 10, 11, 125
NHS 11, 125SHH 10,11, 12.28, 68,
Howard, Josephine-BSU 125 Girl's Chorus
125 Pep 12. 68
Howard, Leroy-Transferred from Matthews
Scippio Academy Jan. 1972.
Howell, Randy-Var. Football 11, 125 G-Club
11, 125 House 115 Weight-lifting 115
Transferred from Marianna High School,
1970. 69, 151
Hugely, Dennis-69, 150
Hunter, Ricky-Madrigals 105 Mu Alpha Theta
11, 125NHS125Pep1O5SHH 11,125
Spanish Club 11, 12. 69, 95, 197, 198,
199, 201, 236, 259
Hutchinson, Doug-Bicycle Club 125 EAG 10,
115 French Club 10, 115 House 12. 208
Hyler, Frank-BSU 12. 158
llami, Perry-Concert Choir 125 Madrigals 125
Lionettes 12. 69, 205, 258, 259
Irons, Chip-Transferred from Brandywine
High lWilmington, Del.l Sept. 19705
FCA Sgt-at-arms 125 Var. Football 11,
125 House 11, 125 Jr. Civitan 125 LSA
11, 125 Sr. Steer. Comm. 125 SCIN 125
SHH 12. 69, 161, 195, 197, 200, 201,
Irving, Gloria-BSU 125 FHA 105 German 105
Girls' Chorus 10.69
Isaac, Ricky-LSA 10. 69, 151
Ivey, Rose-69, 196, 259
Jackson, Bonnie Lee-Girl's Chorus 105 FHA
105 Pep 12. 69
Jackson, Linda-Bicycle 125 BSU 11, 125 Pep
12.69, 194, 196, 197
James, Jennifer-EAG 115 French 10, 11, 125
Hurricane Herald 125 Mu Alpha Theta
10, 11, 125 NHS125Nike10, 11,125
Scribblers 10, 11, Editor 125 Soccer 12.
16, 69, 73, 152, 197, 198, 199, 201,
206, 227, 261, 270
Jefferson, Jamesetta-Concert Choir 10, 11,
125 Girl's Chorus 10, 11, 125 House 10,
115 LSA 10,11,125Pep125SHH125
Young Folks 12. 69, 201, 259
Jeffries, Linda-Transferred from Boone HS
Sept. 1971. 69
Johnson, Carolyn-BSU 125 Concert Choir 11,
125 FHA 115 French 125 Girl's Chorus
10, 115 Young Folks 11, 12. 69, 197,
Johnson, June-Transferred from East HS
Akron, Ohio, 19715 BSU 125 FBLA 12.
Johnson, Mickael-Bicycle 125 House 125 LSA
10, VP 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10.11,
125 NHS 11, 125 SHH 11, Pres. 125
Scribblers 10, 11, 12.69, 169, 197, 198,
199, 201, 208
Johnson, Paul-Varsity Ftb. 11.
Johnson, Sharon-BSU 125 Medical Careers
115 NHS 125 Pep 115 VICA 12.69
Johnston, Ronald-69, 194
Jones, Brenda-House 10. 69
Jones, Douglas-DCT Pres. 125 Wheel 11. 69,
Jones, Fannie Mae-F HA 12. 69, 196
Jones, Jana-House 115 Keyettes 11, 125 LSA
105 Pep 10, 11. 70, 267
Jones, Jennifer-Alpha 10, 11, Cor. Sec. 125
BSU 12, JV Cheerleader 10, Var. Cheer-
ing 11, Capt. 127 LSA 10, 11, 125 Mu
Alpha Theta 11, 12, NHS 11, Sec. 125
SHH 10, 11, 12, Interface 10, 11, 12.
70, 127, 155, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201,
Jones, Joan Elaine-Transferred from Santa
Fe Sept. 1971, Hurr. Players 12. 62, 70
Jones, Maurianna-Anchor 10, 11, Pres. 125
French 11, 127 Gymnastics 12, Mu
Alpha Theta 125 NHS 12: Pep 10. 70,
153, 197, 198, 199, 203, 206
Jones, Robin-70, 261
Kalch, Clifford-German 11, 12. 70, 73, 196
Kastor, Sharon-CBE 123 Civinettes 10, 11,
Concert Choir 10, FHA 10, Pep 115
Thespians 11. 70, 256
Keene, Wilson-DCT 12. 260
Kelly, Linda-CBE 12. 70, 256
Kelly, Michael-FCA 125 Var. Football 10,
Kensler, Judith-Sigma Anchor 10, 11, Pres.
12. 28, 70, 192, 206
Kilgo, Debbie-EAG 10, Majorette 11, 125
Pep 10, Sr. Steering 12. 71, 129, 155
Kilgore, Karen-House 105 LSA 10, 11, 125
Mu Alpha Theta 10,11,127NHS11,12p
SHH 11, 12gSClN10,11,12.71,199,
200, 201 , 208
Kimborough, George-194, 259
King, Kerry-Var. Football 11, 123 Mu Alpha
Theta 125 NHS 11, 12. 71, 151, 198
King, Susan-BSU 11, 127 Pep 10. 71, 194
Kirkpatrick, Diane-Transferred from Mel-
bourne HS, 19715 CBE 12. 256
Konishi, Masaya-FCA 125 LSA 10, Mu Alpha
Theta 11, NHS 125 SCIN 11, 125 Tennis
10,11,12. 71,145,154,195,199, 200,
Krank, Gary-French 121 Cross Country 105
Soccer 11, 127 Track 10, 11, 12. 71, 152
LaBeIIe, Joe-Track 10. 71
Lake, Kathy-Anchor 10, 11, 125 CBE 12.
Lang, Wallace-136, 137, 151
Langford, Ray-F FA 10.
Lantz, Sue-Transferred from Vero Beach
High 12, FBLA 12. 195
Lasley, Marion-EAG 10, 111 House 11, 121
ICC 12, Keyettes 11, Pres. 12, Mu Alpha
Theta 12, NHS 12. 71, 198, 199, 208
Latsko, James-71, 108, 151
Larson, lrene-Artisans 123 BSU 11, 123 Con-
cert Choir 10, 11, Lib. 125 Girls' En-
semble 125 Medical Careers 10. 71, 194,
Latson, Larry-BSU 123 Track 10.
Latson, Lorene Doris-Bicycle 12: BSU 10,
11, 12, Concert Choir 10, FHA 10, 12.
LaVire, Joi-Artisans 125 Wheel 12. 71, 201
Lawrence, Thomas G.-71, 77, 277
Leadon, Monica-French 10: Gymnastics 105
House 10, Swimming 11, 12. 71, 143,
Leath, Charlie-J.V. Football 10.
Leath, Jo Ann-Band 105 FHA 10, 123 French
12, Senior Steering 12.71,197, 208
LeGrand, Elizabeth-71, 203
Leilich, Philip-Wheel 10. 71
Lemberger, John-Transferred from Wau-
nakee H.S. lWaunakee, Wis.l Jan. 1971.
Boys' Ensemble 12, Concert Choir 11,
125 Hurricane Players 11, 12, Madrigals
12: Mu Alpha Theta 12, NHS 12, Thes-
pians Vice Pres. 12. 74, 196, 198, 199,
201, 257, 259
Lentz, Alice-CBE 12. 256
Leonard, William E.-Bicycle 123 French 11:
Latin 11, Key 12, Medical Careers 12,
Mu Alpha Theta 11, SCIN 12, Track 12.
Levy, Isabel-EAG 11, 127 French 11, 125
SCIN 10, 11, 125 Sr. Steer. Comm. 12.
74, 160, 194, 197, 199, 208
Limcangco, Marian-Transferred from Union
Co. H.S. Nov. 1970. Concert Choir 127
Gymnastics 12, House 125 LSA 12:
Madrigals 123 NHS 125 Nike 12, Scrib-
blers 12, SHH 12. 74, 153, 199, 200,
201, 206, 208, 258, 259
Limpert, Lisa-Anchor 11, Treas. 125 Pep 103
Logan, Martha-French 11, 125 LSA 10, 11,
12, NHS 125 SHH 11, 12. 74, 197, 199.
Long, Henrietta-BSU 125 House 125 LSA 10,
Pep 10. 74, 194
Long, Robert-DCT 12.
Lotzkar, Robert-Transferred from North-
wood H.S. lSilver Springs, Md.l Sept.
1972. Hurricane Players 125 Thespians
12: NHS 125 "Balloon Shot" 12. 74,
Luffman, Grady-Transferred from Clarke Co.
H.S. 1970. 74
Luke, Jimmy-Film 12: J.V. Football 105
Gamma 11, Sec. 12, ICC 125 Latin 10.
74, 204, 206
Lundeen, John-Transferred from Tater Creek
Lyles, Leslie-Bicycle 12, Var. Football
Trainer 10, 11, 123 House 12. 74
Lynn, Patricia-CBE 125 Sigma Anchor 10, 11
i1 sem.l. 74, 256
Mace, Jennie-Concert Choir 103 EAG 103
French 10, 11, 125 Melodettes 105 Mu
Alpha Theta 10, 11, 12, SCIN 10, 11,
Treas. 12. 74, 197, 198, 199, 200
Mahmoud, Ganim-Soccer 125 Wrestling 12.
Mallen, Edward-Transferred from Academy
La Castellada lCaracas, Venezuelal.
Malone, Brenda-BSU 12, Concert Choir 125
Pep 12, Young Folks 12. 74, 257, 259
Manning, Alice-BSU 10, 115 Concert Choir
11, 127 Girls' Chorus 10, 11, 12, FHA 10,
Majorette 11. 75, 259
Maple, Sandra-EAG 103 Gymnastics 11,
Capt. 125 NHS 11, 12. 75, 153, 199
Markham, Nancy-Bicycle 125 Girls' Chorus
12. 75, 259
Markillie, Robert-French 123 House 10, 11,
12, Hurricane 11, Head Photo 125 Quill 84
Scroll. 75, 200, 208, 261
Tim's speech raises spirits at Storm Warning.
Marsh, Kevin-Transferred from Englewood
High March 1971.
Martin, Benjamin-French 11. 75
Martin, Debra-Gymnastics 10, 11, 12: Latin
10, Lionettes 12. 75, 140, 153, 205, 274
Martin, Teresa-Band 10, 11, 12. 75, 217, 256
Mason, Al-BSU 12: Cross-Country 125 Var.
Football 127 Track 12, Wrestling 12. 154
Masey, Al-Key 10, 11, 123 NHS 11, 125
Swimming 10, 11, 12. 75, 153, 199, 205
Matsko, Donna-ICC 12, House 105 Lionettes
10, 11, Pres. 125 LSA 10, 11, 125 Mu
Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 NHS 11, 127 SHH
10, Vice-pres. 11, Pub. Ch. 12. 75, 190,
198, 199, 201, 205, 206
Matthews, June-CBE 12. 75, 256
Mauderli, Patricia-Cross-Country 123 French
10, 12: German 10, 11. 75, 152, 199
McBride, Gloria-75, 259
McCallum, Mary-Pep 10, 113 LSA 10, 11, 125
Sigma Anchor 10, 11, Parl. 12: SHH 10,
11,12.75,197, 201, 206
McCallum, Thomas-DECA 12, FFA 125
Gamma 11, House 11. 75, 195, 260
McCarthy, Patricia-Alpha 11, 123 French 11,
12. 75, 197, 203
McCliment, Scott-DECA 11. 75
McCoy, Jimmy-DECA 12. 75, 260
McCoy, Naomi-BSU 121 Pep 12. 75, 260
McCray, Buzz-FCA 10, Gamma 10, Sgt-at-
Arms 11, 12, House 105 Latin 10, Track
10. 76, 201, 204, 206
McDavid, Gary-Concert Choir 103 EAG 11,
12, House 10, Pep 10, Madrigals 10. 76,
McDavid, Ricky-FCA 121 Var. Football 10,
McDonell, Linda-Civinettes 11, Sgt-at-Arms
12. 76, 203, 218
McFadden, Linda-Transferred from Williston
High 1970. 76
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McFarlane, Jim-Var. Basketball 11, 125 JV
Basketball 105 Jr. Civitan 115 Sr. Steer. 125
Track 11. 150, 208, 252
McGinnis, Ada-BSU 125 FHA 105 115 VICA
11, Treas. 12. 76
McGrath, Karen-Transferred from Princess
Anne High lVa. Beach, Va.l 1971. 76
McKean, Claire-Concert Choir 11, 125
French 11, 125 Girls' Chorus 105 House 115
Madrigals 10, 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,
125 NHS 11, 125 SCIN 10, 115 Soccer 12.
76, 152, 172, 198, 199, 258, 259
McKee, Mike-Football 105 House 125 NHS
12. 76, 199
McKeown, Richard-76, 152, 200, 256
McKinney, Lilly-LSA 10, 115 SHH 10, 11.
McKnight, Michael-76, 259
Medler, Marilee-Band 10, 11, 125 Soccer 12.
76, 152, 256
Melton, Annie Jo-FHA 10.
Melvin, Angie-CBE 12. 256
Mendenhall, Chuck-FCA 10, 11, Chap. 125
JV Football 105 Var. Football 10, 11, 125
French 10, Sgt-at-arms 115 G-Club 10, 11,
125 Gamma 10, 11, 125 Sr. Steer. 12. 76,
151, 195, 204, 208
Mercandante, Stephen-Baseball 10, 11, 125
JV Football 105 House 125 Key Act Dri 125
Pep 10, 11, 125 NHS 125 Sr. Steer. 12. 77,
151, 199, 205, 208
Meyerholz, Steve-Film Vice-Pres. 125 JV
Football 105 Latin 10, 115 Pep 105 Mu
Alpha Theta 11, 12. 77, 204, 208
Miles, Mike-Transferred from Dowey Acad-
emy Jan. 24, 19725 Soccer 12.
Miller, Charles-Baseball 105 Band 11. 77
Mills, Diane-Transferred from Ocoee H.S.
lOrlandol 19715 Var. Cheerleading 125 Pep
125 Sr. Class Sec. 12. 50, 77, 127, 155, 208
Millsaps, Daniel-Band 10, 11, 125 SCIN 125
Track 10, 12. 77, 154, 200, 256
Mitchell, Cecilia-Transferred from Davidson
H.S. lMobile, Ala.l 19715 Nike 12. 77,206
Mitchell, Donald-Track 10, 11.
Mixon, Diana-CBE 12. 77, 256, 257
Mixson, Debra-FHA 10, 11, 12.
Mobley, Donald-FFA 10.
Montgomery, Marie-Anchor 10, 11, 125 CBE
12. 78, 203, 256
Montgomery, Maggie-BSU 125 FHA 10, 11,
Montgomery, Mary-BSU 11, 12. 194
Moon, Theresa-78, 208
Moore, Sharon-78, 194
Morrow, Margaret-Transferred from West
H.S. lKnoxvilIe, Tenn.l Sept. 19715 Arti-
sans Pres. 125 French 125 Sr. Steer. 12.95,
180, 197, 201
Moss, Michael-NHS 125 Wrestling 12. 78,
147, 154, 199
Mullins, Sue-French 10, 115 Vice-Pres. 125
House 125 Hurricane 125 NHS 125 Nike 125
Scribblers 11, Sec. 12. 78, 197, 199, 201,
2941 Senior Directory
Muniz, Sara-LSA 11, 125 Sigma Anchor 125
SHH 12.26, 78, 201, 206
Murphy, Ronald-JV Basketball 105 FFA 10.
Myers, Josie-French 11, 125 Lionettes 10,
Chap. 11, Vice-Pres. 125 NHS 12.78, 197,
Neller, John-151, 204
Nelson, Gary-BSU 11, 125 DCT 125 FBLA
125 FFA 10.260
Nelson, Laura Jean-French 11, 125 Major-
ettes 125 Medical Careers 10, 11, 125 Mu
Alpha Theta 11, 125 NHS 125 Sigma
Anchor 10, 11, Treas. 12. 78, 155, 197,
Nelson, Robert-JV Basketball 105 Var.
Basketball 11, 125 FCA 10, 11, 125 Gamma
125 G-Club 11, 125 Wheel 11. 78, 121, 122,
Noble, Deniece-BSU 125 House 125 Pep 10,
11. 78, 194
Nobles, Sylvia-House 11. 78
Northrop, Julie-Anchor 10, 11, 125 Pep 115
LSA 11, 125 NHS 11, 125SHH 11,125Sr.
Steering 125 Swimming Mgr. 11. 78, 199,
Nunez, Carmen-Transferred from Santa Fe
H.S. 19715 FHA 125 LSA 125SHH 12.78,
Oakley, Pam-Lionettes 11, 125 LSA 10, 115
Pep 115 Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 SHH 11.
0'Bryne, Pat-79, 201
Oetter, Bob-FCA 115 JV Football 105 Var.
Football 11, 125 G-Club 115 LSA 10, 11.
0'Keefe, Kathy-Transferred from Alexandria
H.S. iAlexandria, Miss.l Jan. 19725 Hurri-
cane Herald 12.
Oliver, Bob-Concert Choir 10. 79
O'Malley, Martin-LSA 10, 115 Mu Alpha
Theta 125 NHS 125 Swimming 11, 12. 79,
Ormsbee, Chuck-House 12. 79
Page, Anna-Alpha 10, 11, Vice-pres. 125
House 105 ICC 125 Pep 105 NHS 12. 79,
Parham, Robert-Transferred from Hillcrest
H.S. lJos, Nigerial 1969. Cross Country
125 Key 125 Soccer Club 125 Track 11,12.
79, 136, 152, 154, 205
Parker, Carolyn-Hurr. Players 125 French 10,
11, Hist.-Parl. 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11,
125 Nike 105 NHS 11, 125SClN 10, 11, 12.
79, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200
Parker, Marsha Gail-CBE Treas. 125 French
11. 79, 256
Parker, Philip-Transferred from Howey
Academy 19705 Baseball 115 Latin 10. 79
Parramore, Linda-Hurricane 125 Nike 10,
Hist. 11, Sec. 12. 79, 206, 261
Paschall, Michael-French 10, 11, 125 ICC 11,
125 Jr. Civitan 10, Sec. 11, Pres. 125 Latin
10, 11, 125 Medical Careers, Pres. 10, Parl.
115 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 NHS 11,
125 SCIN 10, 11, 125 Swimming 11. 79,
187, 194, 198, 199, 200, 204
Patterson, Janet Marie-Anchor 10, 11, 125
CBE 12. 79, 203, 256
Patterson, Martha Jean-Anchor 10, 11, 125
CBE 12. 79, 256
Paules, Jonathon Mark-JV Football 105
French 125 House 10, 125 Soccer 12. 79,
Peele, Pam-79, 201, 205, 208, 280
Peoples, Leonard-Track 10, 11, 12. 136, 154
Perkins, Gladys-Band 105 BSU 10, 115 Hurri-
cane Herald 125 Interface 125 Pep 11, 125
Senate 125 Sr. Steer. Comm. 12. 79, 207,
Pery, Edward Leonard-256
Peterson, Ken-Artisans 125 Hurr. Players 10,
11,125 Key 10, 115Pep105Madrigals11,
Pres. 125 Thespians 10, Vice Pres. 11, Pres.
125 "Double Door", "Harvey", "Balloon
Shot". 80, 196, 201, 259
Peterson, Mike-Var. Basketball 125 Wheel 12.
Petterson, Lynne-Transferred from Rose
H.S. lGreenvilIe, N.C.l Sept. 19705 French
11, 125 Hurr. Herald 115 lVlu Alpha Theta
11, 125 NHS 125 Nike 125 Quill and Scroll
12.80, 198, 199, 200
Pettis, Karl-Concert Choir 10, 11, 125 Ger-
man 10, Sec.-Treas. 11, 125 Madrigals 10,
11,125 Nlu Alpha Theta 11, 125 NHS 11,
Vice Pres. 12.80, 196, 198, 199, 258, 259,
Phillips, Kathy-House 10. 80
Philman, Dwight-DECA 11, 12. 80, 247, 260
Picou, Mike-LSA 10, 115 SHH 115 Wheel 11,
Pinner, Jane-CBE 125 French 115 House 10,
115 Hurricane 11.80, 256
Pittman, Sharon-BSU 125 Pep 12. 80, 260
Pons, Shirley-DECA 12. 80, 260
Powell, Glynn-JV Football 105 Gamma 11,
Chap. 125 LSA 10, 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta
125SHH11,12. 81,197,198, 201, 204
Powers, Billy Shane-JV Football 105 Var.
Football 11, 125 Track Mgr. 12. 81, 151
Pralle, Joanne-Bicycle 125 JV Cheering 105
Var. Cheering 11, 125 G-Club 125 LSA 10,
11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 125 NHS
Prescott, David-Gamma 10, 11, Vice Pres.
125 House 115 Senate 10, 12. 16, 81, 204,
Prevatt, Kenny-Cross Country 10, 11, 125
FCA 125 French Club 125 Track 10, 11,
Price, Earl-FFA 10, Vice Pres. 11, 12. 81,
Picket, Pat-LSA 11, 125 NHS 125 SHH 12.
81,197, 199, 201
Pridgen, Julie-LSA 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta
105 NHS 125 Nike 10, 11, 12 1st sem.5
SHH 12. 25, 73, 81, 197, 199, 201, 206,
Primo, Pam-Anchor 10, 11, 125 LSA 11, 125
Medical Careers 10, 11, 125 Mu Alpha
Theta 125 SHH 11, 12.81, 197,198, 201,
Pringle, Donna-Alpha 125 Bicycle 125 Latin
10, 115 Pep 10, 125 Thespians 125 Hurr.
Players 12. 81, 203
Prinkey, Scott-DECA 12. 81, 260
Proctor, Alan-German 11, 12: House 10:
Hurr. Herald, Sports Editor 12: Latin 10:
Mu Alpha Theta 10,11,12:NHS11,12:
Wheel 11, Chap. 12. 81, 172, 186, 198,
199, 227, 261, 266
Pruett, Harold-Chess 10: French 10, 11, 12:
Mu Alpha Theta 11: NHS 11, 12: SCIN 10,
Purtee, Phillip-81, 260
Quackenbush, Lorrie-Transferred from Nova
H.S. lHollywood, Fla.l March, 1970:
French 11, Treas. 12: Mu Alpha Theta 12:
NHS 12: Nike 11, Treas. 12.81,197, 206,
Quarles, Chris-Bicycle 12: French 10, 11, 12:
Mu Alpha Theta 11: NHS 12. 81, 197, 199
Quarterman, Belinda-Transferred from
Suwanee H.S. 1971: BSU 12: House 12:
Pep 12. 81
Quarterman, Delores-BSU 10, 11: FHA 11:
Pep 12: VICA 12. 82
Quintanno, Guido-Bicycle 12: DCT 12: EAG
11, 12: Gamma 11, 12: Gymnastics 12.
Ramsey, James-FBLA Pres. 12. 82, 162, 195
Ramsey, Mike-DECA 11, 12. 82, 127, 260
Ransom, Brenda-FBLA Sec. 12: Gymnastics.
Reeves, Elizabeth-82, 256
Reaves, Suzanne-CBE 12.
Reeb, Karen-Anchor 10, 11, Vice-pres. 12:
Gymnastics 12: German 12: House 11, 12:
Pep 10, 11: Soccer 12: Stu. Court 10. 82,
140, 152, 153, 183, 203
Rees, Allison-Transferred from Huntsville
High lHuntsville, Ala.l 1971: Artisans 12.
Reisinger, Janis-DCT Hist.-Phot. 12. 82, 249,
Reynolds, Lawrence-EAG 10: LSA 10, 11,
12: Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12: NHS 12: SHH
11, 12.82, 198, 199, 200, 201, 205
Rhodes, Susan-Acc. grad. 82
Richardson, Dan-Bicycle 12: BSU 12: Track
Richardson, Gail-Anchor 10, 11. 82
Riddick, John-Concert Choir 10, 11, 12: Key
10, 11: NHS 12. 82, 199, 259
Riggins, Suzzette-BSU 10, 11: FHA 10, 11:
Pep 10, 11: VICA 11, 12.82
Riordan, Rosemary-French 10, 12: Pep 10:
Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12: NHS. 82, 197,
Ritter, Diane-EAG 10, 11: LSA 10, 12:
Medical Careers 11, 12: Mu Alpha Theta
11, 12: NHS 12: Nike 2nd Sem. 12: SHH
10, 12: Sigma Anchor 10, 11: Soccer 12:
Swimming 10. 82, 152, 160, 198, 199, 201
Robbins, Gary-FFA Chap. 12. 195
Robbins, Marc-French 10, 12: House 11:
Hurr. Herald 11, Editor 12: lt's Academic
11, 12: Mu Alpha Theta 10, Vice-pres. 11,
12: NHS 11, Pres. 12: SCIN 10, 11:
Scribblers 10: Quill 8: Scroll 11, Pres. 12.
82, 175, 197, 199, 200, 227, 260, 261
Roberts, Annice-Anchor 11, 12: Sr. Steer.
12. 83, 203, 208
Roberts, Artie-FCA 12: JV Football 10: Var.
Roberts, Barbara-BSU 11. 83
Roberts, Charles-Band 10, 11,'12: BSU 10,
11, 12: FFA 10: Pep 10: Track 11. 194,
Roberts, Deloris-FHA 10, 11, 12.
Roberts, Tommy-FCA 12: JV Football 10:
Var. Football 10, 11, 12: G-Club 11, 12:
Key 12: Mu Alpha Theta 12. 83, 151, 161,
195, 198, 205
Robinson, Alice-FHA 10: Pep 10. 83, 260
Robinson, Angelia-BSU 10, 11, 12: German
10, 11, 12: Hurr. Herald 12: Pep 10,11.
83, 196, 208, 261
Robinson, Chris-Soccer 12: Swimming 10.
Robinson Deborah-FBLA 12. 83, 195
Robinson, Evelyn-83, 197
Robinson, Louvenia-FHA 10, 11, 12: lnter-
face 12: Pep 12.83, 197
Robinson, Willie J.-194
Roepe, Susanne-Transferred from Urbandale
High 1970: House 12: LSA 11: Nike 12:
SHH 12. 28, 73, 83, 200, 206, 208
Roland, James-83, 200
Rolfe, Kevin-House 11, 12: LSA 12. 39, 83,
Rollins, Johnny-Bicycle 12: Var. Football
11, 12: Hurr. Players 11, 12: Interface 12.
Romeis, Michelle-CBE 12. 83
Roper, Kenny-JV Football 10. 83
Rosenberger, Jeanie-28, 83
Ross, Clifford-Bicycle 12: BSU 11, 12: Con-
cert Choir 10, 11, 12: FFA 10. 83, 257,
Ross, Mae-VICA 11, 12.83
Ross, Rebecca-BSU 12: FHA 10, 11, 12:
Girls' Chorus Sec. 12: Interface 12: Pep 11.
84, 197, 259
Russell, Ginger-FFA Sec. 12: House 10, 11:
Hurricane 12: Hurr. Players 12: Latin 11:
Pep 10, 11: Thespians 12. 84, 163, 195,
196, 226, 261
Russell, Tom-DECA 12.
Rutledge, Alth -Girls' Chorus 10. 84
Ryles, Bennie-DCT 12. 84
Byals, Geri-Bicycle 12: JV Cheerleading Co-
capt: Var. Cheerleading 11, 'Hist. 12:
French 10, 11: G-Club 12: Mu Alpha Theta
10, 11, 12: Pep 10, 11: NHS 11, 12. 84.
155, 198, 199, 208
Sabatella, Steve-Latin 10: NHS 12. 199
Salazar, Gladys-Transferred from Colegio
Teresiano lCaracas, Venezuelal 1971: LSA
12. 84, 197
Sallet, Beverly-BSU 12: FHA 12: Girls' Chor-
us 10: Medical Careers 10. 84, 194
Sapp, D.R.-84, 151
Sass, Herbert-LSA 10, 11, 12:SClN 12: SHH
11, Sgt-at-Arms 12: Soccer 12. 84, 152,
169, 197, 200, 201, 204
Schmidt, Betty-Transferred from Roosevelt
Schuman, Werner-JV Football 10: Hurr.
Herald 11, Phot. 12: LSA 10, 11, 12: Mu
Alpha Theta 11, 12: SClN 11, Vioe-pres.
12: SHH 10, 11, Vice-pres. 12. 84, 197,
198, 200, 201, 204, 208, 261
Scott, Loretta-FHA 10. 84
Scott, Maxine-FHA 10, 12. 84
Searles, Robert-Band 12: Jr. Civitan Sec. 12:
LSA 11, 12: Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12: NHS
11, 12: SHH 10, 11, 12: Swimming 10, 11,
12. 28, 84, 143, 153, 187, 198, 199, 200,
201, 204, 256
Self, Ted-German 11, 12.
Shade, Sheila-BSU 10, 11: Interface 10, 11.
Sharpe, Miles-LSA 11, 12: Mu Alpha Theta
12: NHS 11, 12: SHH 11, 12. 84,153,
Shaw, Candace-CBE Chap. 12: French 11:
NHS 12. 84, 199, 256
Shaw, Diann-CBE 12: Concert Choir 11:
Girls' Chorus 10.
Sheehan, Tom-German 12: Latin 10, 11:
Shirley, Debby-Transferred from North Mar-
ion Sept. 1970: CBE 12: Scribblers 11.85,
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Shute, Peter-Artisans Treas. 125 Hurr. Players
11. 201 , 216
Sims, Naomi-BSU Sec. 11, 125 House 115 Pep
10. 85, 158, 194
Simpson, Scott-Baseball 115 German 10, 115
Wheel 11, Sec. 12. 85
Singleton, Gregory-BSU 125 FCA 125 Var.
Football 12. 85, 151, 197
Slappy, Henry-108, 151
Smerdon, Tom-EAG 125 JV Football 105
Gamma 10, 11, Pres. 125 Golf 11, 125
House 105 Mu Alpha Theta 11, 125 NHS
125 SHH 10, 11, 12. 25, 85,139,153,185,
198, 199, 200, 201, 204
Smith, Billy-Transferred from Athens High
lAthens, Ga.i 19705 Baseball 10, 11, Capt.
125 Bicycle 125 FCA 11, Pres. 125 JV
Football 105 Var. Football 11, 125 G-Club
10, 11, 125 House Sgt-at-Arms 125 ICC 125
Key 11, Pres. 125 SCIN 12. 86, 151, 161,
188, 195, 200, 205
Smith, Cynthia-BSU 11, 125 FHA Pres. 125
House 125 Interface 11, Hist. 125 Pep 11,
12.85, 196, 197, 259
Smith, David-Golf 115 French 12. 85
Smith, Deanna-CBE 125 House 105 Pep 105
NHS 12. 86, 199, 256
Smith, Debra-Alpha 10, 11, Chap. 125 JV
Cheerleader 105 Var. Cheerleader 11, 125
Pep 10, 11. 86, 155
Smith, Earl-BSU 11, 125 JV Football 105
Smith, Ella Mae-Civinettes 11. 86
Smith, Jan-Transferred from Carmel High
ICarmeI, CaIif.l 19705 French 11, 125
House 105 Hurricane 11, St. Life Ed. 125
SCIN 11, 125 Soph. Treas. 105 Tennis 10.
25, 86, 226
Smith, Linda-CBE 12. 86, 256
Smith, Lynda-Keyettes 125 Pep 105 Sr. Steer.
12. 86, 266
Smith, Miriam-NHS 12. 86, 199
Smith, Terri-CBE 12. 86, 256
Smith, Yvonne-BSU 11, 125 FHA 105 House
115 Pep 10, 11. 86, 194
Soderstrum, Margot-Wheel 12. 86
Sparks, Joyce-Medical Careers 12. 86
Spence, Kathryn-Anchor 105 Band 10, 11,
125 LSA 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11,
125 NHS 11, 125 SHH 11, 125 Swimming
11, 12. 28, 86, 153, 171,198,199, 200,
Spencer, Vic-EAG 115 French 105 House
Parl. 11, Speaker 125 Senate 10, 11, 12.
25, 86, 207, 208
Stallings, Susan-Anchor 11, 125 Pep 105 LSA
10, 11, 12: NHS 12: SHH 11, Treas. 12.
86, 178, 197, 199, 201, 203
Standridge, David-FCA 10, 115 Var. Football
10, 11, 125 G-Club 10, 115 House 105
Track 105 Wt-lifting 11, 12. 86, 104, 108,
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Stanford, Joey-Band 10, 11, 125 LORBM 10,
11, Sgt-at-Arms 12. 86, 256
Starker, Willie-Var. Football 12. 86
Starr, Melodie-French 105 NHS 11, 12. 86,
Stefanelli, Linda-Alpha 11, 125 SHH 10, 11,
12. 87, 197, 201, 203, 266
Stover, Susan-BSU 10, 11, 125 Concert Choir
11, 125 FHA 125 Girls' Chorus 105 LSA 11,
125 SHH 125 Young Folks 10, 11, Pres. 12.
87, 194, 196, 201, 208, 257, 259
Strausar, John-87, 151
Strickland, Debby-Furor Scribendi 12. 87
Strickland, Sandra-20, 87
Stringer, Steve-Baseball 11, 125 LSA 10, 115
SCIN 11, 125 SHH 115 Wheel 12. 87, 151,
200, 204, 241
Strong, Mary-Bicycle 125 BSU 115 FBLA 125
House 125 Interface 125 Pep 11, 125 Sr.
Steer. Comm. 12. 87, 195, 197, 202, 208
Stuart, Debra-Transferred from Ft. Edward
High 1970. 87
Sullivan, Brian -87
Sullivan, Sherry-CBE 12. 87, 256
Summerall, Debbie-87, 195, 206
Sweat, Rebecca-House 105 Senate 11. 87,
Sykes, Bill-EAG 11.
Szacey, Laura-CBE 125 House 10, 11.
Sziani, Ruth-Transferred from Holt Gram-
mer School lEnglandi 19715 French 115
House 115 SCIN 12. 87, 198, 200
Tartaglione, Roslyn-German 10. 87
Taylor, Anne-Hurricane 11, 12 Curr. Ed.5 Mu
Alpha Theta 11, 125 NHS 125 Pep 105 Quill
81 Scroll 125SHH 11,125 LSA 10,11,12.
87, 175, 197, 198, 199, 201, 261
Taylor, Johnnie-BSU 115 Golf 105 JV Foot-
ball 105 Swimming 105 Tennis 11.
Taylor, Willie G.-Pep 125 Swimming 125
Track 12. 87
Taylor, Wilma-DCT 12 Sec. 87, 260
Terry, Dave '
Tew, Virginia-Hurricane 11, 125 Latin 115
Mu Alpha Theta 125 Nike 10, 11, Treas.
12, Vice-pres5 NHS 125 Quill 84 Scroll 125
Scribblers 12. 87, 175, 199, 200, 201, 206,
Thomas, Barbara-Pep 10.
Thomas, Carlton-Band 10, 115 BSU 12. 194
Thomas, Luana-Bicycle 125 House 10, 11,
125 Hurricane 125 Hurricane Players 125
Keyettes 11, 12 Corr. Sec.5 Pep 10, 125
LSA 11, 125 Thespians 12. 88, 196, 201,
205, 208, 261
Thomas, Sharon-Lionettes 11, 125 Pep 105
Swimming 10, 11, 12. 88, 143, 153, 205
Thompson, Earlene-Transferred from Miami
Killian Sr. High 125 BSU 125 FBLA 12.
Tillman, Steve-88, 195
Tolbert, Willie-DCT 115 JV Football 10. 88
Tomlison, Bruce-JV Basketball 105 FCA 11,
125 JV Football 105 Var. Football 11, 125
G-Club 11, 125 ICC 11, 125 Mu Alpha
Theta 11, 125 Wheel 10, 11. 88, 151, 198,
Tower, Devin-FCA 10, 112 JV Football 103
Var. Football 113 G-Club 113 House 11,
123Key 123Pep10, 11, 123SCIN 11.73,
88, 205, 208, 244
Truby, Scott-Pep 103 Swimming 113 Wheel
Tucker, Deanne-Anchor 10, 11, Hist. 123
ICC 123 NHS 123 SHH 10, Sgt-at-Arms11,
12. 88, 182, 199, 201, 203, 206
Turner, Janie-Concert Choir 103 House 113
Melodettes 102 Pep 11. 28, 88
Turney, David-Band 10. 88
Underwood, Dennis-JV Football 103 House
Vachon, Mary-Sigma Anchor 11, 12. 18, 19,
Vaughn, Elaine-CBE 123 French 11. 89, 256
Veley, Cory-Transferred from Andress H.S.
lEl Paso, Tex.l 19703 Baseball 11. 89
Venters, Patty-French 122 Lionettes 11, 123
NHS 123 SCIN 123 Swimming 10, 11,12.
89, 199, 200, 205
Vidal, John-Transferred from Longmeadow
H.S. lLongmeadow, Mass.l 1970. 51, 89
Voyles, Mary Ann-89
Voyles, Robert-FCA 10, 11, 122 JV Football
103 Var. Football 10, 11, 123 G-Club 11,
12: Key 12.89, 251, 261
Wagner, Collen-FHA 11, 122 Latin 102 NHS
123 Nike 10, 11, 123 Pep 10. 89
Waldock, Beth-Transferred from Sandusky
High School, Sandusky, Ohio, 19713 Mu
Alpha Theta 123 NHS 11, 123 Swimming
Waldrop, Dennis-Baseball 11, 123 FCA 123
LSA 103 NHS 123SHH11.89,151,195,
Walker, Robin-French 123 House 123 Latin
103 Nike 10, Sec. 113 Scribblers 11, 12.89,
Wallace, Robert Lynn-Transferred from Sea-
breeze High School, 1972. 151
Walsh, John-Transferred from Churchill High
School lPittsburgh, Pa.l 19703 Mu Alpha
Theta 11, 123 NHS 12. 89, 196, 198, 199
Ward, Mae Vesta-89
Washington, Charles-Concert Choir 10, 11,
Vice-pres. 123 JV Football 103 Boys En-
semble 123 BSU 11, 122 Pep 122 Mixed
Ensemble 122 DCT 123 Orchestra 10. 89,
194, 257, 259
Washington, Cynthia-BSU 10, 11, 12: Con-
cert Choir 11, President 123 FHA 10, 11,
123 Girls Chorus 103 Harmonettes 103
House 103 Hurricane 12: Pep 10, 11, 123
Senate 123 Sr. Steer. Comm. 123 Young
Folks 11, 123 Student Government 122
Bicycle 12. 89, 194, 202, 207, 208, 259,
Washington, Ora Mae-FHA 12: Medical
Careers 11. 196
Washington, Zettie-BSU 10, 123 DCT 11.
Watson, Dennis-JV Football 103 Varsity
Football 11, 123 Key 12. 191
Watt, Terri-EAG 112 FBLA 12.90, 162, 195
Weems, Debra-FBLA, Vice-pres. 123 Gym-
nastics 10, 11, 12. 90, 153, 195
Weintroub, Merry Susan-Transferred from
Highlands School, 1970.
Welcome, Susan-FHA 10, 113 Pep 10.90
Wells, Peggy-Civinettes 10, 11, Vice-pres. 123
DCT 11: ICC12.80, 184, 203
West, Karen-Civinettes 11, Treas. 123 Ger-
man 1O, 11, 123 Mu Alpha Theta 12.90,
184, 196, 203, 230
Wetherington, Debbie-DCT 123 Lionettes 12.
90, 205, 249, 260
Wetherington, Margie-CBE Pres. 123 Latin
113SClN 11.90, 245, 256
Wheat, Penelope-German 11, 123 House 123
Hurricane 11, Sports Editor 123 Hurricane
Players Vice-pres. 123 LSA 10, 11, 123
NHS 123 Quill and Scroll 123SHH11, Sec.
123 Swimming 11: Thespians 123 "To Burn
a Witch" 12. 90, 165, 196, 197, 200, 201,
Wheaton, Eugene-BSU 10, 11, 123 Concert
Choir 10, 11, 123 Pep 123 House 123 Senate
113 Sr. Steer. Comm. 12. 90, 158, 194,
Wheeler, Steve-ECA 123 JV Football 103
Varsity Football 123 Weightlifting 12. 90,
White, Catherine-Transferred from Ft. Camp-
bell High School, 19703 Pep 113 NHS 11,
White, Janis-CBE 123 Latin 103 NHS 12.91,
White, Katherine-French 10, 11, 123 Pep 11,
123 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 123 NHS 12.
Whitehead, Jeanie-Bicycle 123 French 10, 113
Hurricane Herald 11, 123 Hurr. Players 10,
11, 123 ICC President 123 Key Sweetheart
123 Mu Alpha Theta 10, 113 NHS 11, 123
Pep 10, Sec. 113 Quill and Scroll 122
Senate 113 Student Body Sec. 123 Sr.
Steer. Comm. 12. 80, 91, 95, 199, 200,
201, 205, 206, 207, 208, 261, 273
Whitney, Maribeth-Transferred from Rolling
Green Academy 19712 Alpha 12. 91, 203
Whittington, Glenn-FCA 11, 123 Varsity
Football 10, 11, 123 G-Club 113 Key 123
Wrestling 12. 91, 147, 154, 195, 205
Widmayer, David-Film 123 German 113
House 10, 11, 123 Latin 103 Mu Alpha
Theta 10, 113 NHS 11, 12.91
Wilkerson, Carol-Transferred from Seabreeze
High School, 1970.91
Wilkerson, Judy-Alpha 11, Rec. Sec. 123
House 10, 113 Senate 113 Student Body
Treas. 12. 50, 91, 182, 185, 203, 208
Williams, Belinda-DCT 123 Lionettes 11,
Parl. 12.91, 248, 260
Williams, Clarence-Baseball 11, 123 JV Bas-
ketball 103 Bicycle 123 FCA 10, 123 FFA
102 G-Club 113 Interface 11,123Track10,
113 Varsity Football 10, 11,12. 91, 151,
Williams, Claressa-BSU 12. 91, 194
Williams, Debra Ann-91
Williams, Diane-Bicycle Club 123 FHA 102
Pep 10. 91, 197
Williams, Earnestine-BSU 11, 123 FHA 11,
123 Girls' Chorus 123 House 11, 123 Pep
11, 123 Sr. Steer. Comm. 12. 91,197
Williams, Gregory-Var. Football 12. 151
Williams, James-FCA 12: JV Football 103
Var. Football 123 Key 12.91, 139, 153
Williams, Kevin-Band 10.91
Williams, Leroy-Var. Baseball 11, 123 FCA
123 Var. Football 11, 123 Track 10, 11, 123
Wrestling 123 Weightlifting 11, 12.91, 147,
151, 154, 195
Williams, Michael-Transferred from Dewitt
Clanton High School lNew York, N.Y.l
Sept. 19702 BSU Pres. 123 Bicycle 123
House 123 Sr. Steer. Comm. 12.
Williams, Ronald-91, 153, 204
Williams, Wanda-BSU 123 DCT 112 FHA 12.
92, 158, 194
Willis, Nancy-House 123 Majorettes 10, 11,
Co-Head 123 Latin 10.92, 155
Wilmot, Billy-German 11, 123 Latin 103 Mu
Alpha Theta 10, 11, 123 NHS 11, 123
Wheel 10, 11, 12. 92, 198, 199, 204
Wilson, Chris-Transferred from Key West
High School, 19712 Var. Football 12. 107,
Wilson, Karen-FBLA 12. 92, 195
Wilson, Kathy-CBE 123 Latin 10, 11. 92, 256
Witt, Russell Alan -DECA Vice-pres. 11, Pres.
123 Track 10.92, 260
Woods, Stephen-BSU 123 Bicycle 123 Weight-
lifting 10, 11.
Woodard, Henry-FFA 10, 11, 12.
Woodrow, Rochelle-Anchor 12.
Worley, Ceretha-DCT Treas. 123 German 10,
11, 123 Lionettes 11, 12. 92, 205, 260
Worsham, Charles-FFA Treas. 12. 195
Wrench, Barbara-CBE 123 NHS 12. 92, 244,
Wright, Dick-FCA 11, 123 Var. Football 10,
Yarlett, Glenna-Nike 10, 113 Pep 10. 92
Yawn, Karen-CBE 123 Sigma Anchor 10, 11,
12. 92, 206, 256
Youngstrom, Rebecca-FSA 11, 123 Medical
Careers 11, Pres. 123 Mu Alpha Theta 10,
11, 123 NHS 11, 123 SHH 12.93,197,
198, 199, 201
Zapp, Debbie-Band 10, 113 Gymnastics 10,
11, Capt. 123 House alt. 123 Majorettes 12.
93, 129, 153, 155
Zetrouer, Debbie-93, 155
Zimpfer, Paul-EAG 11, Pres. 123 German 11,
Vice-pres. 123 Hurricane 11, 12: NHS 123
Quill 84 Scroll 123 Soccer 11, 12. 93, 194,
196, 200, 260, 261
Zinkel, Karen-Acc. grad. 93
Senior Di rectory 1297
Adams, Linda 259
Ainsworth, Jo 40, 159, 194
Albert, Paula 40
Anderson, Walter 40, 152, 154
Andrews, Wanda 40, 246, 260
Arinson, Pricilla 40
Arrington, Nancy 40, 197, 201, 259
Austin, Keith 40, 139, 153, 194, 198, 200
Baldwin, Beverly 40, 184, 197, 203
Bannister, Sheila 40
Barger, Karen 40, 205, 236, 257
Baretela, Deborah 40, 184, 203, 207
Bass, Pam 40
Behrouse, Berry 40, 152, 154
Benton, Annell 40
Berger, Fran 40, 198, 205
Berto, Carol 40
Betourne, Dawn 40, 256
Bicknell, Steve 40
Biery, Gay 40
Blair, Debbie 40, 235, 256
Bobroff, Jeannie 40
Bolen, Brenda 40, 259
Bolton, Debra 259
Bond, Carol 40, 205, 206, 208, 274
Boothby, Ricky 40
Borrell, Kathy 40
Boston, Bonnie 40, 259
Bostwick, Kenny 40, 150, 200, 207
Boulware, Jack 40
Boulware, Jill 40, 153, 272
Boyd, Rosa 40
Bristowe, Keyea 199, 205, 206
Brodsky, John 40, 194
Brown Beckie 40
Brown Charles 40, 110, 150, 151
Brown Louise 194
Brown, Terry 40
Bryan, Vickie 40, 208, 254
Burden, Danny 40, 198, 200, 205, 276
Burnham, Rodney 40
Burris, Wanda 196
Burton, Jeanne 40
Bush, Cynthia 40, 259
Butler, Mansfield 40
Neither spring showers nor the Keyette-plot sprinklers can stop junior, Ellana Villalonga.
Casteel, Sherry 40, 181, 196, 197, 206, 256
Castor, Claire 40, 42, 196, 199, 282
Cauthen, Craig 40
Cave, Gayle 40, 170, 198, 199, 205
Cave, Wendell 40
Cavvthon, Angie 40
Cayce, Annessa 40
Celli, Gail 184, 203, 270
Chesser, Barbara 40, 196
Childs, Bennie 40
Clevinger, Rosy 40
Clifton, Betty 41, 196, 256
Cook, Eugene 41
Cole, Barbara 41, 184, 198, 203, 261
Combs, Guy 41
Condo, Steve 41, 151
Crawford, Belinda 41, 196, 199, 258, 259
Crews, Pat 41, 198, 199, 200
Cribbett, Glenn 152, 198, 199, 200, 205
Camps, Joe 38, 40, 151, 205, 207
Carleton, Mike 40, 195
Carter, Bobby 40
Carter, Mary 40, 194, 197, 202, 205
Cason, Hazel 40, 196, 202
Cassidy, John 40
298! General Index
, Susan 41, 256
Daniels, Pat 41, 259
Davarro, Carmen 41
Davis, Beverly 41
Davis, Hugh 16, 38, 193, 198, 200, 205 207
Davis, Kenneth 41, 194
Davis, Patricia 41, 205
Dean, Fred 41,151
Dean, Ricky 194
DeConna, Vince 41, 151, 205, 261, 273
Deland, Peter 41, 168, 197
Delgado, Mary 199, 200
Dell, Liddon 154
Dennison, Collis 151
Dickey, Don 41, 137, 150,151
Dishong, Sharon 41, 189, 197, 205, 256
Dix, Sonja 254
Donigan, Bill 41, 154
Dortch, Mary 41, 197
Douglas, Thomas 41
Dukes, Kathy 205, 208
Dukes, Sheila 41, 47
Dunbar, Clifford 41, 194
Dutton, Ken 41, 151
Edwards, Inez Mary 194
Ellis, Cynthia 41,194
Ellis, Celester 151
Ellis, Leon 41,196
Eller, Jan 41, 198, 199, 201
Embro, Virginia 41
Epps, Sandra 194, 203, 207
Eskew, Michelle 41, 205
Falcone, Sharon 41
Faircloth, Vicki 41
Faricy, John 39, 41
Farrell, Chris 41
Feather, Susie 42
Fisher, Janet 42
Fitzstevens, Donna 42
Fletcher, Cheryl 42, 196
Flowers, John 42
Floyd, Lisa 42, 256
Foutz, Mary 42
Fredrick, Adele 42, 196, 197, 202
Freeborn, Richard 42
Friis, Suzanne 42, 206
Fulford, David 42
Fuller, Jerome 42, 102, 194
Fulton, William 42, 196, 198, 199, 2oo, 221,
Fussell, Cheryl 42, 203
Gainey, Harold 42
Gardiner, Melanie 194
Gaston, Lev 42, 256, 271
Gates, Dick 150
Gates, Marty 42, 154
Gatson, Jessie 42
Gayler, Stephen 42, 151
George, Debbie 42
Gilmore, Andrew 42, 205, 206
Goettling, Van 42, 104, 150, 195, 205, 256
Golden, Stansel 42
Goodbread, Nancy 42, 205
Gorman, Brian 42, 207
Gornto, Ted 42
Grant, Margaret 42
Grantham, Becky 42, 196, 205, 208
Green, Linda 42, 197, 198, 199, 200, 202
Greer, Diana 41, 194, 199, 221
Griffin, Debra 42, 194, 202
Griffen, Lono 42
Griffis, Patti 42, 204, 270
Griner, Greg 42, 150, 195
Haight, Fran 42
Hall, Charles 43
Hall, Sandra 43, 259
Hamilton, Frederick 43
Hammond, Linda 43
Hankerson, Cheryl 43, 260
Harbour, Larry 43
Harrell, Molly 43, 259
Harris, Deborah 43
Harris, Tyrone 257, 259
Harwood, Michael 43
Hathaway, Sharon 43
Hebel, Gary 43, 199, 201
Hennessey, John 43, 261
Herbert, Richard 196, 201
Herndon, Terry 43, 197, 200
Hertel, Laura 194, 197, 200
Hogle, Brian 43, 150, 271
Holder, Linda Carol 206
Holder, Mary 43, 201
'This is the way we clean up a lot, clean up a lot" paraphrase juniors from the old children's song as they work on the lot south of C-Wing
General Index X299
Hollis, Norma 43, 196
Holmes, Jerry 43
Howard, Linda 43
Howard, Maria 43
Huffman, Jandora 43, 196
Hunter, Elaine 43
Isaac, Beryl 43, 196
Jackson, Mike 43, 260
James, Mary 43
Jenkins, Laura 43
Jobes, Edward 43, 151, 264
Johnson, Carlyn 43, 257
Jones, Reatha 194
Jones, Bill 43
Jones, Michael 43, 197, 199
Jones, Raymond 43
Jordan, Cindy 257, 259
Karrie, Kathy 43
Kell, Suzanne 43
Kelly, Alean 43, 194
, Clarence 43, 116, 120, 124, 150
rick, Joyce 43, 194, 196
Lindsey, Wayne 205
Lindsey, Marcia Kay 43
Logan, Lonell 43
Long, Cathy 39, 43
Loomis, Frank 46
Kinard, Barbara 43
King, Pam 43, 196, 198, 199, 200, 205
King, Shirley 43, 194, 196
King, Tim 43, 194
Kitchen, Patricia 43, 155, 194, 203, 207
Kitchens, Steve 43, 151
Koburger, Marga 152
Kokomoor, Henry 43, 196, 199, 200
Krezdorn, Don 14, 43, 165, 196, 198, 199
Kritzman, Linda 43, 159, 190, 194, 198, 199
Laird, Allen 196
Land, Harvard 43
Lane, Cherry 43
Lane, Jill 43
Latson, Linda 43
Latson, Shedel 43, 259
Lee, Bonnie 43
Lee, Eleanor 43, 194
Lee, Peggy 43, 155, 203
Lemberger, Terry 197, 199, 201, 205
Lewis, Charles 151
Adrienne Monroe and Bonnie Gillis chat on their way to the junior parking lot.
3001 General Index
Lucas, Harold 46
Lyle, Carol 46, 196, 198, 199, 260
Lynch, Stan 283
Mace, Cynthia 46, 198, 199, 200
Mack, Dewayne 46
Majors, Edward 46
Martin, Brenda 46, 198, 256
Martin, Cam 46, 196
Martin, Matthew 46
ss, Jennie 46, 197, 198, 199, 234, 256
Mathison, Wendy 46
Mauldin, Jerry 46, 150, 205, 207, 2
May, John 46, 197, 200, 205, 264
McColough, Scott 46
McCray, Larry 194, 195
McDonald, Dara 46
McDonald, Reginald 46, 116, 118,
McElwain, Nancy 46
McGill, Jerome 194
McHome, Foster 46
McKnight, Janice 46, 283
McKnight, Vernon 197, 199, 201
McLeod, Curtis 46
McLeod, JoAnn 277
McNelly, Ruth 46
Merritt, Rose 46
Meyerholz, Larry 46
Miller, Helen 46
Millican, Esther 46, 197
Minshew, Doug 46
Mitchell, Larry 46
Moeller, Kathy 46, 197, 201, 205, 261
Monroe, Adrienne 38, 46
Morasco, Joan 46, 198, 199, 258, 259
Mullins, Pat 46, 259
Muniz, Carlos 46, 145, 153, 154, 199, 201
Murphy, Kenneth 46
Muthard, David 46, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200,
Myers, Tim 46
Nelson, Patty 46, 256
Newsome, Bryant 46
Nix, Janice 46, 194, 196
Noe, Nancy 46, 208
Nolan, Peggy 46, 269
O'Byrne, Michael 46
Ogletree, Debbie 46, 155
Olson, Gretchen 26, 46, 206
O'Neal, Deborah 46
Orth, Donnie 46, 150
Padgett, Pat 46, 107, 110, 150
Page, Nell 46, 166, 196, 197, 201
Shade, Lawrence 48
Paige, Deborah 46, 196, 197, 201
Palmer, Andy 46
Parham, Sam 46, 152, 197
Parker, Lee 46
Parrish, Jim 46, 204, 282
Doug 46, 151 , 197
Pennisi, Angie 47, 155
Perry, Ronald 47, 152
Phillips, Gayle 47
Phillips, Wendy 47, 189, 196, 198, 199, 2
Pierce, Colleen 47, 194, 197, 201, 205
Popplee, Chris 47, 194
Porter, Maury 202
Post, Cathy 198, 199, 261
Potter, Susan 47, 197, 199
Powell, Gene Emory
Powers, Barbara 14, 208
Powers, Debbi 47, 202, 208
Powers, Shawn 47
Previc, Patty 47, 196, 205, 264
Salmon, Patty 47, 196, 198, 199, 200
Salter, David 47
Sanderson, JoAnn 47, 196, 219
Sands, Bill 48, 197, 198, 199, 261
Sapp, Angela 48
Saunders, Roy 48, 200
Sausman, Richard 48
Savant, John 48, 197
Sandra 48, 152
Seale, David 42
Sieg, Charles 48
Simmons, Daphne 48
Sivia, Linda 48, 199, 203
Slade, Michael 48
Slobody, Joan ne
Smith, Dian 48
Smith, Ernest 48
Smith, George 48
Smith, Greg 48
, Jacquelin 48, 206
Smith, Jesse 48
Smith, Sandra 48
Smith, Sherry 48, 194, 197, 205
Soler, Judy 48
Prin key, Todd 47
Purdy, Tim 47, 136, 152, 154, 197, 201, 205,
Radford, Bruce 47, 194, 200
Ramsey, Bill 47, 259
Ramsey, Sue 47, 166, 196, 256
Reed, Armerdell 167, 194
Reed, Richard 47, 196, 201
Reuben, Jan 47
Rhodes, Delores 47
Rhodes, Theresa 47, 197, 199, 206, 261
Richardson, Christy 47
Riddle, Brad 47
Rilley, David 47
Robbins, Sue 47, 203, 208
Roberts, Heather 47, 202
Robertson, Gwen 47, 199
Robinette, Allen 47, 204
Rockey, Debi 47, 205, 208
Rodeheaver, Karen 47, 159, 194, 198, 199
Rose, Scott 47
Ross, Ronald 47, 194
Rubin, Jan 197, 208
Ruth, Terri 216
Sabatella, Joseph 47
Span, Charles 48, 197
Squillace, Carol 48, 256
Stanley, Cheryl 48, 197, 198, 199
Starr, Clyde 48, 260
Stewart, Linda 48, 200
Stewart, Robin 48
Stevenson, Lorraine 48
Stokes, Larry 48, 151, 194
Stokes, Lynne 48
Stormant, Fran 48
Strauser, Tim 48, 150
Strawder, Valerie 48
Van Mierop, Elizabeth 48, 197, 225
Venos, Ruth 48, 194, 274
Vickery, David 217
Vincent, Donna 48
Vinson, Pricilla 48, 196, 257, 259
Vinson, Shirley 48
Walchuk, Peter 48
Walker, Roosevelt 48
Walko, Karen 203
Walton, Reshe 110
Ward, Mary 48
Warner, Cyndi 197
Warthem, Ronald 49
Watkins, Jeff 49, 194, 196, 202
Weaver, Sally 49, 203
Wedemeyer, Jon 49, 203
Weintrob, Wanda 49
Weiser, Wm. Buddy 49
Weldon, Paulette 49
Westfall, Robert 49
Wetherington, Joan 49, 179, 196,
Wheelus, Stan 49
White, Daryl 49, 202
White, Jobie 49
Whitescarver, Teri 48, 205
Summeral, Kim 48, 197, 199, 264
Swenson, Peter 48, 152, 198, 199, 200,
Sykes, Chip 48, 151
Sylvester, Theo 48
Tartaglione, Toni 48
Taylor, Mark 48
Thaler, Julie 48, 203, 208, 261
Thames, John 48, 108, 146, 151
Thomas, Wayne 151
Tillman, Richard 48
Trapp, Anne 48, 194, 196, 197, 201
Trent, Torila 48, 194
Turlington, Kathy 48
Turvaville, Terri 48, 170, 196, 198, 259
Twedell, Sharon 48
Uhl, Lynne 48
Wilcox, Laran 199
, Carl 49, 194
, Cathy 194
, David 49
, James 49, 195
, Joan ne
, John 20, 49, 197, 198, 199, 200
, Johnnie 49, 160, 194, 202, 205
LaShaun 38, 155, 197, 201
Williams Maye 38, 49
Williams Nathaniel 49
Wilson, Catherine 49
Winn, Randy 49, 152, 194, 258, 259
Wyman, Gerry 49, 204, 208
Yeckring, Ronald 49, 150
Young, Cedric 49, 151
Young, Earl 49
Younglove, Jeff 49
Yozgat, Susan 49, 196, 198, 199, 200
Zeanah, Ross 49, 194, 198, 199, 200
General index X301
Alston, Richard 34
Arnold, Bobby 34, 150
Arp, Annette 34, 197, 205
Babb, Nancy 34
Bannister, Mary 37
Beauchamp, Janet 34
Gainious, Julius 34
Gartner, Jackie 34, 207
Gay, Avis 34
Gay, James 34
Giambra, Stephen 34
Glicco, Deborah 34
Godbolt, Jehovah 34
Gould, Linda 34
Griner, Laura 34, 203
Hacley, Vernon 34
Hankenson, Henrietta 259
Harling, Joye 34
Hart, Becky 34
Helton, Bob 34, 165
Henneberry, Patti 35
Herbert, Phillip 35
Herndon, Carole 35
Hoffman, Linda 35
Huckeba, Glenn 35
Hunt, Ann 35
Bozeman, Donald 34, 196, 256
Brannon, Joyce 34
Brodsky, Miriam 34, 196
Brown, Bonnie 34
Brown, Curlee 34
Brown, David 34, 195, 197
Brown, Larry 32, 34
Bryant, Arnett 34
Byerly, Ricky 34
Cameron, Connie 34, 205
Camps, Calvin 32, 34, 205, 207
Carter, Patricia 250
Cawthon, Jennie 34, 205
Clark, Barry 34, 259
Clarke, Crystal 196, 259
Cline, Martha 33, 34, 155, 205
Collop, Tom 154
Cowsert, Bonnie 34
Crenshaw, Larry 34
Curry, Jeanette 34
Damato, Diane 259
Dana, Patricia 34
Daniels, Bobby 34
Davis, Gerald 34
Davis, Hembree 34
Davis, Ruth 34
Dempsey, Janyce 34
Dennison, David 34
Dixon, Marty 34
Dixon, Sharlene 34
Dockens, Ken 34
Donigan, Marilyn 34, 151
Dortch, Donna 34
Dowling, Diane 34
Drummer, Alfreda 34
Eldridge, Grace 34, 36
Ellis, George 34, 258, 259
Eskew, John 32, 34, 207
Faircloth, Vicki 203
Ferguson, George 34, 231
Ferguson, Roosevelt 34
Ferrer, James 34, 152, 197
3021 General Index
Jamie Ferrer snatches a little time between his classes for a quick drink of water on a hot day.
Spring-fever must have hit sophomore president John Eskew-he's talking to a small, friendly lizard?
Jenkins, Roxann 33, 35, 155, 172, 19
Johnson, Jack 35, 150
Johnson, Kenneth 35
Johnston, Karen 35, 129, 155
Jones, Otis 35
Jones, Sandra 35, 194, 274
Julin, Pam 197, 223
Kirkpatrick, Gary 35
Kitchen, Alberta 35, 197
Kocker, Joel 33, 35, 195
Langford, Gerald 35, 154, 194, 201
Larez, Tomas 35
Long, Ronnie 35, 150
Lovely, Harriet 35
Mack, Caron 35
Mackey, Lynn 35, 203
Mallard, Janice 35, 196
Martin, George 35, 150, 194
McCliment, Lynn 35
McCray, Larry 33
McGinnis, Roberta 37
Mclntosh, Sabrina 35, 191, 205, 271
McKinney, John 35
McLean, John 35, 150
McNeal, Eva 35, 259
McReynolds, Lewis 35
Mikell, Sharon 35, 205
Miles, Veronica 35, 197, 207, 259
Miller, Joyce 35
Morgan, Leon 33, 35, 268, 308
Murphy, Joseph 35, 237, 256
Myrick, Cyd 35, 203, 268
Nicholson, Mike 153
O'Steen, Patricia 32, 36
Pace, William 36
Padgett, Janie 36
Parker, Terri 36
Patrowi cz, Scott 154
Pendleton, Steve 36, 194
Peterson, Cary 36
Powell, James 36
Prevatt, Levi 36
Pridgen, Harold 36
Privett, Bill 36
Rain, Suzie 36, 207
Rainey, Paul 36
Ross, Phyllis 36, 259
Rossman, Cynthia 36
Rowland, Joann 36
Rowland, Richard 36
Salazar, Alberto 36
Sanford, Ronald 36, 195, 208
Schiavone, Mary 16, 36, 196, 201
Scott, Deleon 36
Scott, Queen 36, 167, 197, 207
Scott, Wendell 36
Voss, Lainey 36, 153, 259
Walker, Cynthia 36
Walker, Kent 28, 36
Ward, Elaine 37, 197, 208,
Welch, Kenneth 30, 37
Silcox, Jerome 36
Slade, Nancy 36
Small, Mary 194
Smith, Alpha 36, 154, 195, 207
Smith, Clayton 36
Smith, Sherrie 36
Spidle, Bobbie 36
Williams, Annie 31, 32, 37
Williams, Diane 167
Williams Leroy 32, 37
Williams Lynn 33, 37, 155
Williams Nancy 34, 37
Williams Rachael 152
Williams Ruby 37
Williams Vandolf 37
Wilson, Annette 37, 169, 191,
Taylor, Antoinette 194
Thomas, Karen 36, 256
Tinker, Patricia 35, 36
Tooley, Patti 36, 194, 207
Varner, Jimmy 26, 36
Woodworth, Greg 37
Worley, Lamont 37, 38, 151
Wyman, Steve 37, 45
Yacko, Bruce 37, 48, 256
197, 201, 206
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smile to smile
you are gone.
But far away and beyond
I did not know him
when an acorn made me rich
or when skinned knees were
a common occurrence, but,
yes, we're from the same town,
the same world of certain schools
and streets and fields.
There are no expectations of answers
only him, his eyes, his soul.
Commitment is freedom
soaring, flying high,
not exhausting, clinging,
demanding or pounding.
He is, l am.
We dream a lot.
You were, I was.
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Mr. Morris Kenig of Keys Printing Corporation Mr. Bill Snell of Smith Craft Cover Mr. Aden Sowell of Keys Printing Corporation
Mr. Chris Headley of Canon Graphics U.S. Atomic Energy Commission for photograph on page 311 Mr. Steve Nesham of Lorri
Studios Mr. George Eves for supplementary photography Mrs. Peg Westmoreland advisor Marcia Casey editor Jan Smith copy
editor and student life editor Jenny Banks business manager Bill Sands Penny Wheat sports editor Mary Cline clubs editor
Virginia Tew classes editor Anne Taylor courses editor Glenda Ebersole ads editor Robert Markillie photo editor Peter Swenson
Paul Zimpter photographers David Cellon John Hennessey Cheri Hodge advertisements Barbara Cole Sue Mullins Julie Thaler
courses Cosandra Douglas Lynda Eades Linda Parramore classes Carolyn Camps Ginger Flussell Luana Thomas clubs Charles
Coles Cynthia Washington sports Kathy Moeller assistant business manager Cindy Champion Theresa Rhodes student life.
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