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made the school what it is today. The
theme of the 30th anniversary
celebration was just an echo of what
McCallum has always been, a
"Tradition of Excellence." We were a
part of that 30-year tradition.
Those little extras-such as pep
rallies and dances gave us an added
incentive of pride and spirit. Even
though we were one of the smallest
high schools in Austin, our spirit of
togetherness and caring was as much
a part of the school as was the fight
for the victory bell in the traditional
Mac!Travis football game. We won
the bell by shutting out our 30th
anniversary sister school, 33-0. Our
We watched Austin grow, and
wondered about our environment.
We watched Austin begin its long
Congress Avenue beautification
project. We saw a Democratic
governor take the oath of office in
Ianuary. Mark White beat incumbent
governor Bill Clements, the only
Republican governor Texas has had
in over 100 years. After years of
work, Loop 360 opened to give
Austinites an easy access from
Highway 183 North to Highway 290
South. lt was a year of progress.
To celebrate 30 years at Mac, PTSA
members worked months to give a
peek into history. March 6 was set
aside for a special celebration and a
trip back through memory lane. It
was a historic day as alumni, ex-
faculty and administrators all visited
the school to celebrate 30 years of
True blue Blue Brigade members
gave their share of charm and
enthusiasm to football games and
other sports events. In February,
they sponsored the traditional
LISA BENAVIDES helps raise spirit
during a pep rally. For the second
year, pep rallies have been held before
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TAKING ADVANTAGE of the
opportunity to dress in the 50's style,
Madeleine Boyer and Sara Gates wear
scarves and cat eye glasses.
SENIOR TRENDSETTERS Beth
Petersen and jimmy Kipple carefully
match their plaids and stripes for the
perfect outfit on Mis-Match day.
IUNIOR Evette Badgett models her
"punk" outfit that won her the best
dressed award, while senior
Charmaine Bradshaw looks on.
a freshman. UThe people that go
here are pretty open minded. lt's
a nice, positive environment."
Robert Lehman noted that Mac
is llprobably as good a school as
vve have in Austin. If I had a
choice, I'd vvant to stay at
McCallum. I vvouldn't vvant to
teach at any other school."
uAs vocational counselor, one
of the things l like about
McCallum is that the students know
PATIENTLY WAITING for the
"Aloha Anderson" pep rally to begin
are varsity football captains Rory
Gustafson, Edward Martinez, and
they're going to Work for a life-
time," said loy Alexander. llThey
don't expect either the government
or their parents to take care of
them forever. They know that they
are going to,have to get out there
and work. That's what I really
like about the student body."
Ill think McCallum is
really a very fine school,"
announced Guy Bizzell. ltPeople
who come here, student teachers
and substitutes, feel that the
students here are above average in
their abilities and attitudes, and
they like working here."
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Special days of western attire,
50's fashion, mis-match garb,
punk rock wildness, and Aloha
Anderson filled Homecoming
week. Cindy Stanley dresses up
for Punk Rock day festivities.
Even with the rain and cold,
Mark White was inaugurated as
governor of Texas after beating
Gov. Bill Clements in the
November election. He
unseated Texas' only
Republican governor in over
Out of four dances held
during the year, the
Homecoming event was the
first. Taking a break from the
dancing is Bruce Bostwick and
Heidi Riherd. The dance ended
Sara Gates carries on the
tradition of leading the
students in enthusiasm and
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