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to remember our days at Senior High. The gab sessions at lunchtime, the hilarity and excitement of parking lot capers, the race to Casey’s or the cafeteria, hours spent in study hall or class room trying valiantly to absorb the boundless information exams and life will demand, the enchantment of the music and romance of a school dance, COMMENCEMENT marks the end of much, the beginning of more. the breathless thrill when that final minute of the game brings the absolutely essential extra points, field trips, class rings, May Day, graduation—all matter in some way, all leave their indelible mark. THROUGH FIELD TRIPS Nature broadens a biology laboratory to include a wider area, opportunities for fresher approach.
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Out of class or in, On the job or on the go SENIOR Is full of so much to do—attending meetings, practicing for programs, chatting with our friends, struggling to meet requirements, planning futures. HE WARMTH AND COMPANIONSHIP of friendly faces . . . the boisterous commotion of crowded halls . . . the thud of books hastily thrown into bulging lockers . . . the reluctant acceptance of endless homework, drills, rehearsals . . . determined minds set on scholastic achievement . . . the sports¬ manship and spirit of earnest competition . . . these are life at Senior High. Whether we are among the ones who barely slide under the 8:45 finish line and who whisk off in the mass exodus at 3:31, or among the slightly rarer ones who come early and stay on after school for any of the many varied reasons—getting out High Life on time, attending a club meeting, making up a missed assignment, doing a little extra library research, waiting for a late bus—all of us have countless reasons TRADITION and pageantry of may pole dance seem ever new. 8
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V In fall we stand in ines THE RIGHT LOCKER is more important than the right teachers. home room, treading what seems to him miles of corridors, walkways and stairs to arrive at a spot he will have trouble finding again. Finally he goes on a tour, conducted by a student council member from spot to spot, building to building. So much bigness to realize, so many new things to stare at! What he sees in this first afternoon at Senior furnishes food for countless com¬ parisons and discussions until Wednesday when he comes back to meet his teachers for the first time. Tuesday offers upperclassmen a chance to renew old friendships, to rush to get registration cards and dash madly for the CLASS PORTRAITS demand a long trek to the gym, our Sundav-best look. T ± HOUGH THE CALENDARS SAY LABOR Day, to sophomores it’s Registration Day at Senior High. With it comes almost every emotion from excited anticipation to fear and a homesickness for friendly, familiar old scenes left behind at junior high. But whether his major feeling is dread, satisfac¬ tion or indifference, each sophomore dusts his share of auditorium seats while he half hears Mr. Routh’s directions and announce¬ ments. Then he follows a guide to his new REGISTRATION is an ordeal for teachers as well as stu¬ dents.
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