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New People Bring New Ideas to Club Programs NEW PLAY COACH. Mr. James Wright shows Sherri Foust how to register fear he directs the rehearsal of his first play at MHS, Cuckoos on the Hearth. This school year was a different one indeed. Changes of every kind confronted us. Adjusting to these changes was sometimes vexing, sometimes fun. Several clubs re-elected officers this fall to replace students who held two offices as the new club quota ruling limited us to membership in three organizations and only one officership. New advisers and sponsors added a touch of freshness and variety to a few organizations while three entirely new activi- ties offered us wider opportunities. The new Ski Club organized by Mr. John Chelminiak sponsored skiing trips to Little Switzer- land and Mt. Wawassee. The new International Relations Club invited students from foreign lands to express their feelings about American life. Prodding fans to action at the basketball games was the goal of the Cheerblock. Under the guidance of new co-sponsors the FTA staged a " Dear Teacher Week " instead of the usual one day affair. Different techniques, more challenging and diversified music. " new equipment, and a Chamber Choir were changes made by the new choral director. CLUB QUOTA. Senior counselor Vic Wuko- vits tells Cindy VanDeWalle that to abide by a new rule she will have to resign from one of lier two presidencies. NEW DARK liOOM. Mi.- > Suzann.- Kamm. the new Alltold adviser, fiddles with the en- larger in the new newspaper darkroom.
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Student Cifc From football pep sessions with Mr. Thurston demonstrating tackling positions, to a nuclear age assembly with irradiated whiffle balls, we were educated, entertained, and inspired. We were excited about Homecoming and electing Student Council officers and impressed by the quiet beauty of the Pre-Easter service. It was a year filled with change and contrast. 11
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