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Top Event in November In November while freshmen and juniors braved the punctures of the tuberculin skin tests with puckered faces and squinted eyes, sophomores took hearing tests. The newly organized Book Guild toured the Notre Dame Library, and the Y-Teens invited their mothers to their annual Recognition Tea. At a college infor- mation night college-bound students and their parents heard repre- sentatives from Indiana schools explain requirements, costs, schol- arships, and courses. Parents of freshmen went through the daily schedules of their children, met teachers, and discussed prob- lems on Freshman Parents Night. With the Presidential election on November 3, many students campaigned vigorously, covering themselves with campaign but- tons and passing out stickers and pamphlets. After a demonstration assembly by Irv " Chief " Morgan, MHS boys became wary of judo-happy girls. Using volunteers, Mr. Mor- gan showed numerous defensive holds, throws, and trips, prompt- ing us to several days of experimentation. JUDO TACTICS. Under the direction of Irv " Chief " Morgan, Pam Robinson demon- strates a defensive grip a small girl could use. FIELD TRIP. Members of the Book Guild pause to scan the list of benefactors to the Notre Dame Library. These students review and discuss various books. Mrs. Harriet Kamm Nye, who has written a few books of her own, is faculty sponsor. GRIMACING. Facial expressions show feel- ings of fear, dismay, digust, and alarm when freshmen get their TB skin tests. 13
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NEW LOOK. Linda Cook teases Pam Wees- ner ' s hair for Pam ' s role as Emma in the play. The makeup committee worked hard to change their classmates into " new persons. " The Happiest Millionaire " The portrayal of the wealthy but wacky Anthony J. Drexel Biddle family posed many challenges to the cast and committees of the Senior Class Play. Directed by Miss Emily Davidson, " The Happiest Millionaire " was presented on November 12th and 13th. The early- twentieth-century-Philadelphia set required an extensive search for furniture and props. Mike Chung spent many hours hunting for stuffed alligators and devising systems for their realistic opera- tion. All cast members were measured for costumes, which were rented from a New York company or made by a local seamstress. Late rehearsals often meant ice cream cones instead of supper and eyestrain from trying to do homework in the dark auditorium. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle (John Call), the blustering, domineer- ing, but kind-hearted tyrant of the colorful Biddle family, was de- termined to keep his only daughter Cordelia (Carole Boozer) atom- boy forever and quickly vetoed snooty Aunt Mary ' s (Val Brown — Debbie Thomson) suggestion that Cordy go away to Miss Apple- gate ' s school. But Mrs. Biddle (Beckie Ekamp) persisted, hoping Cordy might become a lady. All were appalled, however, when she brought home Angier Duke (Jamie McCoy), heir to a tobacco fortune, and announced their intention to marry. Many humorous incidents and a happy ending resulted as Angle tried to prove his mettle to Papa Biddle, his independence to his doting mother, and his new sense of individuality to Cordy. LIVtLr LIvERS The Biddle family was one of action. Mr. Biddle energetically leads his wife around the living room and boxes with ex-prizefighter Spike O ' Malley at a dinner party. Even Mr. Duke exhibits the family vigor as he throws Cordy over his shoulder and carries her off to be married. 12
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TURKEY DINNER. Cafeteria workers serve a Thanksgiving meal to hungry students. LIVING PICTURE. At the annual Christmas Vespers students portray the paint- ing " Adoration of Shepherds " one of 13 tableaux behind the rose window. Wintertime Packed With CHRISTMAS PARTY. This blindfolded Span- ish Club member beats at a pinata. SENIOR PEANUT. Swallowing his pride, Bob Haeck pays the penalty for senior sponsor room 138, which sold the lowest number of Senior Class Play tickets.
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