Lakeside Middle School - Lance Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 70 of the 1967 volume:
M. b. 3S- I COUNTYPUBLip UBRARjJ 3 1833 02199 2877 Gc 977.202 F77Lak 1967 Lakeside Junior High School Lance MOV f 4. ' 87 LAKESIDE LANCE 1967 1419784 zs£r a»,i K LANCE 1967 Lakeside Junior High School Fort Wayne, Indiana Volume VIII Administration Aids Students. Mr. Byron C. Jackson, our principal, has a busy day. It includes reading reports and articles to keep up-to-date on ideas in education as well as super- vising the daily matters of running a school. Mr. Charles Hoffman is completing his first year as Lakeside ' s staff assistant. He enjoys working with the students in his new position. Miss Barbara Bourff is a part-time coun- selor in addition to her teaching duties. She can be found in the office giving guid- ance two periods each day. Mrs. Ruth Messerschmidt and Mrs. Eve- lyn Pelz are our secretaries. Mrs. Messer- schmidt is also the school treasurer. Faculty MR. CHARLES ADAMS Phys. Ed., Coach MR. CARL ANDERSON Biology, Health Safety MRS. VESTA ANDERSON Phys. Ed., Health Safety MR. DALE BARRETT Industrial Arts MISS BARBARA BOURFF Developmental Reading. Guidance MR. DENNIS CARLSON Social Studies MR. JACK CASTER Math. Science MR. TED CRUM Science MISS SANDRA DRAGOO English MR. JERRY ECKART Home Arts. Biology MR PAUL FEASER Science MISS OLEETA FRENCH Home Economics. English MR. KEN HOWE Science, Citizenship MR. DAN KAUFMAN English. Phys. Ed., Coach MRS. JANE KIMMEL Math MR. GEORGE KOEGEL English MR. CHARLES LAURIE Math MR MYRON LOWE Social Studies, English MRS. MARY RUTH MILTON Art MISS IVA MINTZER Math MISS MARJORIE OSBORN English, Developmental Reading MRS. BARBARA PETROFF English, Spanish MRS. JILL RINNE Developmental Reading MR. AL SCHMUTZ Vocal Music MR MARSHALL SCHOEFF Science, Health Safety, Coach MR RAYMOND SCHOTT English. Latin MRS. FRANCES STEIN English, Dev. Lang., Publication MRS. MILDRED STOVER Math MRS. BONNIE STUELPE Librarian MR. JA.VIES TAYLOR English, Dev. Lang., Coach MISS IRMA TYLER Social Studies MR. ROBERT VACHON Math MR. OTTO WARKENTIN Instrumental Music MRS. KAREN WAKLEY Phys. Ed. MR. WALTER WOLF Social Studies Not pictured: MRS. SHIRLEY DAVIS Attendance, Study Hall Custodians The custodial staff keeps the building clean and fresh all the time. They are Mrs. Dellinger, Mr. Bryant, Mr. Deal, and Mr. Hamrick A Staff Keeps Building in Order. Cafeteria These ladies who work in the cafe teria provide a welcome hot lunch foi hungry Lakesiders. Classes Most Likely To Succeed Janet Nill and Mike Kipling, voted Most Likely to Suc- ceed, may someday have the world at their fingertips- Friendliest Students The winning smiles of Pam Mertz and Greg Adams il- lustrate why their classmates named them the Friendliest Students. Who ' s Who for 1967 Most Perfect Lady and Gentleman Chivalry is not dead, as Most Perfect Gentleman Greg Adams proves to Most Perfect Lady Bette Dodd. Most Engaging Personalities The ninth graders understandably chose Judy Lotter and Greg Adams the students with the Most Engaging Per- sonalities. Officers The ninth grade elected officers (1. ' o r.) Lyri Menocal, secretary; Mike Kipling, president; Rob Chappuis, vice-president; and Pam Mertz, treasurer- Ninth Graders Are Leaders Mike Abele Kevin Achenbach Greg Adams Ken Ahlersmeyer Richard Alford Debbie Amburn Karen Andrews John Ankenbruck Ron Annis Ron Arnett Gary Arnold Lynne Ashe Penny Ashley Ken Atteberry James Baldwin Lonnie Bartlett Eugene Bauer Tom Baughman Carl Baumgardne Pam Beam Dave Beard Jim Benecke Gary Bennett Roberta Benton Jay Bevington Karl Biedenweg Dan Biesiada Kay Bilger Bonnie Bimer Harold Blaettner Loyal to Lakeside Marianne Blue Gary Bly Linda Boiler Debi Bolyard Bonnie Bowman Dan Bowman Tom Boyd Brenda Brand Patty Bright Bill Brown Douglas Brown Randy Brown Rick Brown Tom Brown Tom Buesking Richard Burd Brenda Burkholder Wayne Butler Becky Cade JoEllen Carpeni.er Donna Case Kim Casler MaryBeth Chandler Rob Chappuis Gary Clark Jackie Clark John Cogan Karen Collar Eddie Collins John Comer Achieving Life ' s Goals Joe Comment Eric Converse Doug Cook Peggy Cope Cathy Criswell Clayton Crum Cynthia Culbertson Carol Cummins Denis Curler Darilyn Dickelman Bette Dodd David Doell Arlene Doughty John Drew Kirby Ehler Laura Ely Jerri Etchason Eddie Ezzelle Pat Falvy Debbie Feore Joan Figel Steve Fisher Joe Fremion Eric Garman Gregg Garvin Carol Gaskill David Gerdom Debby Gething Nancy Geyer Jim Givens Neat in Appearance Jerry Gray John Gray Barbara Greene Fred Griffith Linda Gronau John Gruse Larry Hammons Connie Hanauer Mike Harness Becky Harris Becky Hartzog David Hatch Linda Headford Mark Helmke John Hendrickson Robert Hensley Karen Hiatt Dave HirTernan Barry Hill Alan Hines Gary Hirschey Cheryl Hoblet Jim Hoppel Ron Houser Phil Hughes Gary Huguenard Steve Inscoe Linda Jackson Sue Johnston Ruth Johnstone llean in Thought, Word, and Deed Bill Junk Candy Kamphues Marsha Keesler Bruce Keever Mark Kidd Mike Kipling Joy Kitzmiller Jerri Kline William Kline Dona Koch Cathy Koop Steve Krause Karen Laier Don Lamley Mike Langley Barry Latham Jim Liggett Tim Lockwood Ginger Lortie Judy Lotter David Luke Cleve Lunsford Sharon Lynch Cynthia MacDo Rusty Madison Kevin Malcolm Carol Maley Janet Markey Ken Martz John Maus Eager for Education Marcia McClure Linda McCoskey Dean Melchi John Menocal Lyd Menocal Dave Merkler Pam Mertz Jenne Miller Darlene Mills James Miser Linda Moore Steve Mossburg Mike Mudrack Linda Nelson Reid Nelson Eileen Nesbitt Eric Nevogt Nick Nichter Janet Nill Roscoe Nunn Joel Pape Debbie Parker Gary Parkins Mike Parrish Steve Patterson Janet Pearson Craig Pelz Peter Percival Cappi Phillips John Pliett Reverent and Respectful Sherry Polios Christine Ray Dave Reavis Gay Redwanski Debbie Richard Nancy Roberts BethAnn Robnolte Sharon Robotham Jackie Rodgers Art Rollins Barbara Ross Pam Russ Charles Scheele Nancy Schellenbach Gregg Schmidt Cassandra Schoenlein Julie Schubert Thomas Scribner Nevin Seeger David Shaheen Holly Shook Larry Simpson Amy Smith Sharon Snyder Bill Squires Kent Starnes Jim Stedman Mark Steiner Bridgett Stuckey Teresa Stummer Sincere in Every Endeavor JE rm Regina Taber Debi Taylor Debbie Thomas Mike Thurber Aimee Tigges Mike Tulley Sue Upton Sandy Vanover Stan Verhaegen Cindy Vickers Gary Voirol John Voors Valerie Vosmeiei Becky Walker Freddie Walker Mike Watkins Al Wermuth Sandy Westerhausen Mark White Pam White Kathy Whiteman Freda Whittccar Mary Weigand Laurie Wiley Annette Winzeler Suzanne Wire Nancy Wise Elaine Wolever Tony Wolf John Woodward lAtiA Lancers Follow the Code. Tim Worley Laurel Vingst Janet Young Class Officers Eighth grade officers are (1. to r.) Tom Mensch, vice-president; Mike Rich, treas- urer; Scott Sargeant, president; and Mary Mauller, secretary. Eighth Graders Are Enthusiastic. Bruce Ackerman Jan Ahlersmeyer Trudy Albaugh Rick Allisbaugh Karen Anderson Denise Antoine John Antonides Laura Ashe Vicki Auginbaugh Elizabeth Baldwin Howard Balkenbusctl Patti Barkley Dan Baron Sam Bartlett Dan Barto Dennis Batchelder Carol Bauer Blaine Beard Patsy Beard Greg Bennett Kent Bethay Bill Bickham Roger Blakley Thomas Blood Terry Blough Jeffery Blue Renee Boitet Judy Bolin David Boshart David Bossard Barbara Bowman Betty Boxley Dave Brackmann Jenny Brady Gary Brantley Sue Braunlin Sue Brickman Gayle Brinker Ron Brown Jeff Bryant Jeri Bumgardner Jim Caley Randy Carboni Scott Carmer Lance Carpenter Pat Casey Sandra Cattin Kenneth Chivington Craig Christman Bill Clark Linda Clemons John Cobb Sarah Colpitts Tim Cooper Dick Coslow Dan Crozier David Crozier Donald Culver Laura Cummins Martin Curdes Sue Dager Vickie Dague Robby Davis Susan Davis Jean Deady Mike DeBrular Marilyn Derr Sarah Dick Dave Diver Shirley Dodd Gary Drew Becky Dreyer Sheeri Duckworth Stan Duckworth Caryn Dunbar Kathy Eberhardt Linda Egolf Linda Eloph Sue Emmons Mike Erler Pat Erwin Pam Essex Rose Fahlsing Ron Farlow Gary Feldheiser Rhea Felger Edith Firestine Bob Fisher Thomas Fitzwater Terry Flanagan Rick Fleenor Joann Foote Craig Fosnaugh Kathy Fry Diane Furniss Debbie Garr Kathy Gatton Dan Gebhart Harrold George Denise Gephart Tom Geyer Tina Gildea Christy Gillie David Gingrich Steve Gladieux Michael Goodwin Brian Gore Rodney Graham Ida Green BethGruber Margaret Guethe Sue Gurevsky Brad Hall Bill Hallford Cathy Hamrick Patsy Hanauer Denise Hansen Dennis Hansen Nancy Harmon Tom Hazelett Phyllis Heffley Mike Henes Mark Heuer Calvin Higdon Thomas Hileman Kenneth Hill Gregory Hinton Don Hogestyn Mike Holliday Mary Anne Holub Dennis Horacek Marie Hull Jeff Irving Mary Jahn Mikejehl VVillia mJenkins Beth Shan Johnson Chad Johnson Ross Johnson Jackiejones Jeff Kemp Sandy Kendig Waneta Kiefer Tarn Kiger Peggy Kinder Lana King Bob Klug Pamela Knispel Fred Koehlinger Dean Koontz Dave Kovvalczyk Keneta Krause Claudia Lament Joyce Lamley Kirk Langas Diana Langley Brian Langmeyer Dennis Lapp Mark La tier Pam Leiand Jackie Levin Dick Limburg Tina MacDonald Kevin Macy Chris Mahlan Cathy Malich Kathy Manes Cathy Manning Carole Masloob Mary Mauller Nanette McBride Michele McGann Joe McLin Dave McPherson Richard Meek Theresa Mensch Tom Mensch Greg Mertz David Metzger Jim Miller Pam Miller Vicki Miller Nancy Misselhorn Kim Morey Jan Morkeotter John Morton Debby Mudrack Barbara Myers Steve Myers Mike Nickolson Penni Niles Debbie Nycum Patrick O ' Brien Kevan O ' Rourke Dennis Parker Julie Peters James Pettit Janet Pfeiffer Irene Pietras Ann Pletcher Linda Pokora Mitch Polios Patty Polubinsky Art Pontius Steve Powe Dan Rapp Danny Ray Steve Redding Rendell Reed Cheryl Renn Carolyn Reppert Mike Rich Russell Roach Carol Robinson Bruce Rogers Robin Rogers Bonnie Roller Nancy Rupp Carla Salyer Scott Sargeant Cynthia Sarrazin Glenda Schaefer Betsy Schaefer Bill Schneider Tom Schwyn Suzie Scott Norman Seaman Deb Shaffer Dianna Shearer Pam Schinbeckler Connie Shoup Richard Shupe Donna Sicklesteel Glen Sims Jody Snyder Rick Squires Linda Stedman Bill Stover Nick Stoy Rick Sutter Karen Sweet Lisa Switzer Rhenda Sylvester Charlene Tanner Janet Thacker Jamie Tomlinson Lee Tomlinson Tim Truman Teresa Tulley Richard Tuttle Susan Uebelhoer Cheri Urbine Tom Vredenburg Shelly Waechter Cindy Wallace Jim Walters Janice Warnick Debbie Webster Sue Wehrenberg Richard VVeller Suzie VVeller Bob Wilson Dennis Wolford John Wood Kim VVorthen Susan Wrights Steve Vahn James Yaney Tami Zahn $ «? f) Lakesiders have a varied school day that sometimes includes assemblies. Here a Marine sergeant is showing a film and explaining the U.S. in- volvement in Viet Nam. After a seemingly endless wait, it ' s time for lunch! Students enjoy a good hot meal or a lunch from home along with a chance to relax and talk with their friends. Class Officers Officers elected in the seventh grade are (1. to r.) Tom Johnston, vice-president; Beth Fremion, president; Debbie Miller, treasurer; and Helen Grimes, secretary. Seventh Graders Follow Eagerly. Mark Albright Debbie Allisbaugh Bob Anderson Mikie Andrew Tom Arnold Ted Baron Janine Barrow David Barry David Bartholomew Don Bay Debra Bell Tom Benecke David Benner Eileen Benson James Benton Barbara Bergquist Linda Berning Ted Betley David Bickham Craig Bjork Darrell Bland Roxanne Blum Arthur Bobay Beth Boedeker Willis Bolin Janice Bolyard Janet Bossard Richard Bowlin Alan Bowman Paula Bowman Nancy Bowser Rick Boyd Dan Brady Beverly Brantley Hubert Brooks Mary Ellen Brown John Brunson Cheri Burd Kevin Burke Steve Burkholder Rita Butler Mark Ghappuis Beverly Ghristman Jon Clark Matthew Clark David Colcord Jane Collins Rod Converse Mark Coslow Dan Cox Mark Grain Sue Criswell Joyce Crosby Janet Crowe Ronald Dague Jerry Dahm Loutricia Daring Rick Davidson Debbie DeVinney Ricky Doctor Martha Dodane Rea Doenges Janine Donohue John Dreyer Renee Druhot Jim Duff John Duff Marsha Duger Cathy Dunbar Janet Durbin Chuck Earnest Carla Ehler Sandra Eloranta Jim Ely Joe Emrah Richard Erler Diane Essex Brenda Estep Greg Fair Sandy Farren Danny Faust Cathy Feldheiser Karen Feller Janet Fields Janean Firestine Jim Fleck Sam Fogle Mike Folk Wes Franke Paula Freimuth Beth Fremion Cheryl Garrard Richard Gaskill Cindy Gcthing Darlene Giessler Kevin Gilliam Phil Godfrey Richard Goeglein Paula Goodin Gary Gray Pamela Greeno Jenny Griffith Helen Grimes Keith Gurevsky Todd Habegger Kathy Hageman Cheryl Halbert Susan Hale Bob Haller Patty Hamrick Debbie Hanauer Boli Harris Joyce Harsch Deborah Hart Jacqueline Harter John Haverstock Randy Hayes Brian Headings Mark Henderson Pat Henes Rick Henry John Henschen Dale Higdon Nancy Hileman Jill Hinkle Thomas Hoelle Karen Hoevel Douglas Holliday Dcbra Holman Diane Holmes Debra Holom Kathy Hoover Shelly Houck Stanley Houk Donald Hull Carolyn Irby Susan Irmscher Richard Jahn Kenneth JefTers Jeanninejimison Tom Johnston Michael Jones Stephen Jones Bobjunk Mark Kantzer Rhonda Keesler Joyce Keever Krystal Keller Katherine Kennedy Donn Kinne Lourena Kipfer Cynthia Kirkpatrick Debbie Kitchen Steve Knapp Connie Knuth Sharon Koenig Fred Kreamelmeyer Linda Krouse Dan Kruse Lori Kuester Debby Ladwig Ricky Latham Lynn Lawrence Richard Lee Ed Leffler Doug Lehman Mary Ann Lochner Pat Lockwood Mark Louden Debbie Lunsford Jeff Luster Pat Manes David Maus Daniel Maxwell Monique McBride Denni McCreary Donald McGinley Karen McGinley Beth Menges Debbi Miller Marsha Miller Phillip Miller Tim Mills Don Miser Greg Needham Jim N ' eill Douglas Neiswonger Linda Nesbitt Cynthia Nicholas Randy Nordyke Rick Nunn Delaina Nycum Gary Oaks Barb Olofson Greg Parrish Janet Patrick Thomas Patten Brenda Patterson Charlene Peach Judv Pearson Neil Pelz Patrice Phillips Tim Pierce Kim Pontius Tonia Putman Claire Rammel Joyce Ray Richard Ray Paul Reeder James Redmond Debbie Reimund Ed Rhodes Kimberly Richeal Diane Ross Tom Rowan Amy Ruf Linda Rules Frederic RuofT Jim Schaffer Cheryl Schieferstein Sheryl Schlickman Becky Schmid Carla Schmidt Kim Schmidt Richard Schneider Gregg Schnelker Gabriel Shaheen Jackie Shaw Randy Shideler Donald Shuler Cheryl Simpson Kathy Simpson Debra Smith Doug Smith Rickie Smith Wendell Sprunger Gary Stemen Claire Stephenson John Steward Mark Stine Suzanne St. John Shirley Stogdill Michele Stonebraken Larry Strong Greg Suit Mike Summers Rick Sweeney Jenny Switzer Debra Thomas Jeri Thompson Gary Threet Steve Till Teresa Traylor David Troxel Janie Tudor Marguerite Tulley Joyce Tuttle Tony Valentine Linda Verhaegen Charles Yibbert Richard Wagner Janet Walters Julie Warnick Dan Warrick Neil VVayer Sue Weisz Tom VVermuth Pamela Whitehurst Ann Williams Dan Wire Debbie Workman Debbie Workman Jayne Wrights General Music In Mr. Schmutz ' s General Music classes, students learn about music and improve their own singing, too. Instrumental Music Students learn to play instruments and prepare for Lakeside ' s fine orchestra and bands in Mr. Warkentin ' s Instrumental Music classes. Latin Writing exercises help students get used to working with a new language, as they do in Mr. Schott ' s Latin classes. Lakesiders Study Language. Spanish Spanish, taught by Mrs. Petroff, is another foreign language Lakesiders may take. Lan guages are ninth grade electives. Lang. Arts All Lakeside students take lan- guage Arts in all three years of junior high- Dev. Reading In Developmental Reading classes, seventh graders work to improve their reading speed and comprehension. Dev. Lang. Eighth graders take Develop- mental Language for one semes- ter. In this class they concentrate on writing and speech. History Social Studies classes often vvatcl films, as Mr. Carlson ' s eighth grade History class is doing here Classes Occupy Lancers. Citizenship Social studies is not required for ninth graders, but they may elect Citizenship, which includes sociology and government. Biology Ninth grade Biology students study the structure of the bean and other plants, as well as animals- Math Math classes involve all students. They include General Math in all grades and Algebra for many ninth graders, as in this class. Study Hall Ninth graders spend one period in Study Hall every day or every other day alter- nating with music or art. Home Economics In Home Economics class girls learn to cook and sewi and also other valuable lessons in running a home. Industrial Arts Eighth grade boys and ninth graders who wish to, take Industrial Arts, where they learn to use tools and to make things. Art Students in Mrs. Milton ' s Art classes work in many art forms. Their work is frequently dis- played around the building. 1419784 Activities Concert Orchestra The Orchestra is the largest instrumental the year. at Lakeside. They play at several concerts during Lancers Make Music Concert Band The members of the Concert Band play at assemblies, pep sessions, and ninth grade basketball games. Dance Band Students who want more band training, in a smaller group, may join the Dance Band. Student Conducting Each year a few interested students learn the fundamentals of conducting. Here Mr. Warkentin goes over a score with his trainees. Cadet Band Seventh and eighth graders prepare for the other groups by playing in the Cadet Band. This group plays at eighth grade games. Home Economics Club Miss French leads the Home Economics Clubl for girls to develop their cooking and sewing skills. Students in the Art Club, sponsored by Mrs. Milton, have a chance to draw, paint, and sculpt. Knitting Club The Knitting Club teaches girls the basic skills of knitting and crochet- B ing. Miss Mintzer is the advisor. Shop Club In the Shop Club students learn to use the tools safely and well and learn to make things. Mr. Barrett is the sponsor. Model Building Club The Model Building Club is a group of boys who enjoy putting models together. The boys bring their equipment to school and work with Mr. Caster ' s assistance. Girls ' Intramurals Girls ' Intramurals are held after school twice each week to give girls a chance to participate in team sports and to stay physically fit. Mrs. Wakley and Mrs. Petroffare the sponsors. Lakesiders Stay Fit, Boys ' Intramurals Boys who are not on school teams still have an opportunity to participate in sports at two days a week. Mr. Kaufman and Mr. Schoeffare club sponsors. Lettermen ' s Club The Lettermen ' s Club was originated this year by Mr. Howe and Mr. Taylor. Any boy who has earned a school letter mayjoin. heer for Teams ep Club lr. Eckart and Mrs. Rinne lead the Pep Club, another new ub this year. It was started to establish a group of students who would know all the cheers and would lead the student body in spirit at games. Office Workers These ninth graders give up their study hall time to serve as office helpers. They act as messengers and as- sist the secretaries with the daily routine. Bicycle Patrol The boys on the Bicycle Patrol supervise bicycle traffic in the parking lot. They also set up saw horses to control car traffic and direct traffic for PTA meetings. Library Workers These students assist Mrs. Stuelpe and the students in the li- brary. They work before and after school and during study hall time checking out books, shelving books, and reading shelves. Audio- Visual he audio-visual workers help teachers by inning equipment for them, and by pick- ig it up and delivering it. They also are sponsible for taking care of the equip- lent Booster Club The girls in the Booster Club sell and collect tickets at games. They also sell bus passes and collect school banking money. Gym Workers fhese boys work in the gym cage. rhey help take care of the equipment ind distribute it to the boys. IWi Singing Lancers Mr. Schmutz ' s Singing Lancers are a group of eighth and ninth grade singers. They have won many honors and brought many awards back to Lakeside. Seventh Grade Glee Club Seventh Grade Glee Club gives seventh graders singing experience and helps train them for Singing Lancers. -4 ' WA c :- - «H Lancers Speak, Sing. French Club In French Club, sponsored by Mr. Koegel. interested students learn some con- versational French. Speech Club Miss Bourff and Miss Tyler are sponsors of the Speech Club. Members enjoy a variety of activities including speeches, debates, and plays. Typing Club Students learn basic typing skills in the Typing Club. Mr. Vachon is the club sponsor. World Affairs Seminar Mr. Carlson helps members of the World Affairs Seminar to become better informed by discussing current world problems. Chess Club Mr. Crum ' s Chess Club gives students a chance to learn the fundamentals of chess and to play the game. Outdoor Life Club Lakesiders may become sports- men, or at least learn about the outdoors, in the Outdoor Life Club with Mr. Lowe. Student Council The Student Council includ representative from each hom room and the officers of class. This year ' s Council office are (1. to r.) Greg Ada Fremion, Mark Helmke. Marl anne Blue, and Chuck Scheelfi I ' Publications These are the members of the publication staff. They are the people who put out our monthly newspaper, the Lakesider, and our yearbook, the Lance. • lan ofv Mp M Wiiifti Sports f I , ? f £ ft f J j yi Lf 1 .- ' M V I , Varsity Football The ninth grade football team was undefeated in regular season play, but was beaten by Kekionga in the city championship game. Reserve Football The eighth grade football team had a successful season. They showed a lot of promise for next year ' s varsity team. i — J i S ■ • A i If j • seventh Grade Football The seventh grade football team, coache d by Mr, Howe, played three games. They had one win, one loss, and one tie. Wrestling Mr. Taylor again sponsored a wrestling team this year. These ninth grade boys won fourth place in the city junior high tournament. Varsity Basketball Varsity basketball was almost a repeat of football. The team had a very successful season and brought second-place honors to Lakeside, losing the city championship to Kekionga in the final tournament game. m £3 ■ M Reserve Basketbi The Lancer reserves had a fair season with a lot of heartbreakers. The big- gest one came in the first game of the city tournament when the Lancers lost to Franklin by just two points. Seventh Grade Basketball The seventh grade basketball team, coached by Mr. Laurie, had a good year and showed much pron Varsity Cheerleaders Ninth grade cheerleaders were Judy Lotter. Ruth Johnstone. Pam Mertz, Janet Pearson, and Nancy Wise. Reserve Cheerleaders Marilyn Derr, Betty Boxley, Barb Bow- man, Sandy Kendig, and Tami Zahn served as reserve cheerleaders. Ninth Grade Track Track is coached by Mr. Adams and Mr. Kaufman. The season was barely underway when this book - to press, but all the signs pointed to a promising year! Eighth Grade Track These eighth grade boys looi ready to go get ' em at the b( ginning of the 1 967 track season Cross-Country Varsity Lakeside ' s cross-country varsity con- tinued the fine Lancer reputation by placing second in the city meet. Lancers Run for School. Iross -Country Reserves eventh and eighth grade cross- auntry runners are well on leir way to becoming strong inth grade teams. p3 ff ft fit- -rip . i-t. AUTOGRAPHS 1445
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