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Page 16 text:
Student council elections were
held in the spring of 1975. Those
elected were: president - Jay
Johnson: vice-president - Vanessa
Hazlettg secretary - Ann Espinosag
and treasurer - Nancy Dutcher.
Class elections had one of the big-
gest turnouts of campaigners ever.
In the fall, ambitious students from
all three classes cluttered up the
halls, Commons, and cafeteria.with
their brightly colored posters.
During assemblies for ea'E:h class,
students gave sincere speeches. in
hopes of being elected. ,-
The large number of candidates
gave the voting student body a big
decision in choosing the person they
wanted to have to serve them best.
Elections are spirited
WHAT A DECISION - Seniors listen atten
THE V.l.P.'S - Smiles mask the faces of stu-
dent council officers Ann Espinosa, Nancy
Dutcher, Jay Johnson. and Vanessa Hazlett.
tively to their classmates during student elec
tion campaign speeches.
"M" FOR MARY - Sophomore Mary Boel-
man sincerely expresses herself while giving
her campaign speech.
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"WHAT?" - Secretaries register puzzled
students in the office during summer sopho-
' t t' .
more regls Ya 'On "ELEVATOR?" - Especially helpful to sopho-
mores, this sign points the way to the location
of the elevator.
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held in summer
More than 500 sophomores were
shown throughout our school during
sophomore orientation. Under the
guidance of the staff, seniors led on-
coming sophomores down the halls
and through the Commons and ex-
plained to them various aspects of
the school. The newcomers were
taken to classrooms and told by
staff members rules they had to fol-
It was an effective and most suc-
cessful orientation for all. Most of
the sophomores knew where to go
the first day of school Cexcept for
the few who couldn't find the ele-
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3 DOWN, 6 T0 G0 - While waiting a turn to
speak, candidates give their undivided atten-
tion to a campaigning classmate.
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT - Sophomores
go over last-minute details before presenting
speeches to their class.
OUTNUMBERED - Dean Neff doesn't pay
attention to his female surroundings: he's just
concerned about his speech.
WHO'S NEXT? - Seniors nervously wait to
give their campaign speeches for class office.
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