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Page 6 text:
o you remember when you were
in first grade and the most excit-
ing part of school was recess, or at least
that's what you admitted? Back then,
after the school day was over you ran
home, gave the note that was pinned on
your shirt to Mom and headed outside
to get in on the neighborhood baseball
game and put holes in your clothes.
Then you grew up. The years you had
so anxiously been waiting for finally ar-
rived. You were in high school. Now,
you had more important things to do
than play neighborhood baseball, and
clothes were judged on style instead the
number of holes in them.
Through the activities you participat-
ed in you became a part of school. There
were sports events to attend, dances to
go to, powderpuff games to play in or
cheer at, class movies to film and Christ-
mas windows to paint. Mom was lucky
if she saw you long enough to say "Hel-
lo" or even "See ya later."
You ran out the door to see your
friends at a float meeting or a dance
where you talked about what was going
on the next week. You looked forward
to the school activities because they
made the best of it.
Swaying to the music, sophomores
jI,Martha Acosta and Bob Dunn share
AJ is a dance as old friends,
vi Cindy Doherty and Dan Wallace
N find it's easier to build a float with a
,kg SMX little cooperation.
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Page 7 text:
While waiting to perform pommie
Shanna Goodman flashes a Toro
Popping a balloon by hugging is
not as easy as it seems.
March 2,3,4. Carmen Gulley prac-
tices with the band every morning.
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The Senior crowd shows that they
are spirited by yelling the loudest
during the Toro Fan Fair.
In his PJ.'s, Victor Hurrior shows
off his night wardrobe on "Wake
em up day."
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