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Lazy summer days prompt Seniors Carlos
Estrada and Iunior Kevin McIntosh to a round
of vigorous soccer. Photo by Grant Olbrich.
Students returning from summer break found
the courtyard an ideal place for maintaining
their tan. Senior Leslie Champion invents a
unique method for attracting sun rays. Photo
by Grant Olbrich.
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Carefully staring into the bushes as he squats
behind a shrub, Senior lim Tomforde enjoys
the Wimberley scenery. Photo by Dan
Activities such as bike riding provided exer-
cise for Sophomores Maureen Mahoney and
Nancy Henderson. Keeping in shape was im-
portant during the relaxing hot summers. Photo
by Grant Olbrich.
Convertibles dominate the roads during hot
summer days. Seniors Melissa Pope, Iensy
Moyer, lean Pressler and Elizabeth Devertier
pile in Kelley Didion's cruiser. Photo by Dan
Summer O 11
Page 12 text:
Suntans, parties, the beach, vaca-
tions, Tropical Blend, brew, jobs,
Fourth of luly, poolsides, more par-
ties, Tiddies, camp, Astro games,
Birdwells, iced down Igloos, heat-
waves, convertibles, a few more par-
ties, and last but not least: No School!
The precious months between May
and August have long been "numero
uno" in the minds of Memorial
students. "Summer is a time when
you can grow up and mature without
the stress of school," explained
Sophomore Stan McDonald.
Personal recreation was a favorite
among students. "I spent two weeks
in the wilderness backpacking with
Young Life," said Senior Kristen
Fink. "It was the funnest summer I've
ever had," she added.
"Along with other Memorial
students, I spent a week at Windy
Gap, a Young Life camp in North
Carolina," explained Senior Tracy
Others had less fulfilling motives.
"Women and waterskiing made my
summer," said Iunior Kevin Keith.
The beaches of Galveston Island
provided a summer hangout for
Memorial students. "I spent half my
summer at a rented condominium off
of Iamaica Beach," revealed
Freshman Robin Hecht.
Freshman Edie Hansen preferred
jamaica Beach for majestic reasons.
"I liked climbing the dunes at the
beach," she said.
Still others spent their summer
months traveling throughout the
world. "I traveled overseas to
Great Britain with my parents," com-
mented Sophomore Stan McDonald.
"We accomplished the usual
sightseeing list, and it was in-
teresting," he added.
Others traveling abroad went with
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Barechested and enjoying the outdoors, Senior
Robert Wallace soaks in the sun's rays flying a
kite. Grasping onto a line of string, Wallace at-
tempts an airborn maneuver. Photo by Kathy
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12 0 Summer
Visits to the park, spark the memory's past idea
of fun. Senior Beth Robertson shows off her
skill of balance on a see-saw during a visit to
the park. Photo by Kathy Dyer.
Positioned on top of the slide at their
neighborhood park, Seniors Connie McCarthy
and Iennifer Broussard catch some rays. Photo
by Kathy Dyer.
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