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] cores of School Activities Are Chief Thieves NIGHT OWL. Coffee, No-Doz, and a source theme deadline kept students like Dave Wensits studying far into the night. Along with their daily assignments students read numerous books, gathered career information, composed themes, drew sketches for biology notebooks, and watched special television programs.
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Time Disappears; Homework, Jobs, CATCHINC-UP. Plopped by her phone, Sherri Foust discusses the day ' s vital gossip. The clock moved too fast for us 2100 MHSers. Calendar pages, too, flipped with unbelievable speed. The responsible culprit was none other than our own busy-ness. Being individuals with varied interests and talents, no two of us had identical schedules, but they were all undeniably complex. Jobs such as clerking in stores took a large time-bite from the days of a few of us, while others devoted many hours to photography, Y-Teen work, Candystriping, perfecting a basketball hook shot, or learning to play the guitar. Studying could not be ignored since homework probably occupied more time than any other single ac- tivity. Besides spending hours at our desks or the dining room table, we ran to the shopping cen ter for gingham for clothing projects or to the library for research work. And our social lives demanded evenings for parties, games, movies, dances, the plays, or just " messing around. " Countless times we wished we could stop the clock to cram in one more club meeting or assignment or dance, but the effort of- ten failed: the day — and inevitably the year — was just too short. MOTHER ' S HELPER. MHSers found no rest 2ven at home as chores and babysitting oc- cupied spare hours. Jo Ellen Smith spoons dinner to her new baby brother. LOFT LARKS. On Wednesday evenings many Mishawaka students rehearsed with their :hurch choirs for Sunday morning services. On Sunday nights most local churches held outh group meetings with varied programs.
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SUMMER PRACTICE. Not even locked gates could keep MHS cheerleaders from work- outs. They scaled the Tupper Field fence at 6:30 a.m. for summer drills. Spare Time Goes Out of Style When ORIENTATION. Carole Boozer ushers fresh- men to seats for a series of talks on MHS clubs, sports, publications, and traditions. The flurry of purchasing season football tickets, shopping for shifts, textured stockings, and madras shirts and blouses, and worming our way in infinitely long lines to rent textbooks rudely dumped us from the leisure of summer into the hectic world of time schedules, classes, and homework. Oftentimes after spending the day at school and returning home for a quick supper, we hurried back to participate in extra-curricu- lar activities. We practiced band routines, rehearsed for class plays, attended various club meetings, and cheered for our team at games. Returning home again, we tried to find time for a little home- work and " Mr. Novak, " " The Munsters, " and " Bewitched. " We plagued counselors with varied problems — from shortening the school day for after-school jobs to cramming seven-hour sched- ules with band and orchestra, A Cappella Choir, developmental reading, office work, dance class. CAA. and four solids. In September football players ran through tires on the practice field, cross country harriers trotted barefooted through the grass in Merrifield Park, tennis players slammed balls back and forth in practice matches on the courts, and tankers stumbled out of bed at 5:30 a.m. to swim laps. Along with these athletes we happily roasted by the raging bonfire at the Booster Club pep rally just before the start of school. The first pep session of the year was highlighted by a visit from " LBJ " , who was well protected by several armed secret-service agents. Boasting of a fine MHS football team, he called for a class- by-class vote, and our team was declared victorious even before we played the game with Gary Horace Mann. In the evening we yelled to " Fight Song " and " Charge " with the band, and our prophecy came true: we won.
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