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Page 27 text:
Switch to Swatch - On almost every
wrist you look at you'll find the popular
Swatch watch worn by many MV stu-
Only grows on top - Mohawks were
a style of haircut that was found sur-
prisingly often among MV students, as
modeled here by Eric Westover.
Bom black - Having your hair dyed
black or other colors was a popular
thing to do, as shown here by sopho-
more Roberta Morris.
I can see clearly -- Bangs hanging in
your eyes was also something seen
quite often. Sophomore Steve Arnold
is one of several who wore this style.
od, punk, preppie, or
casual, 1986 was the
year to do your own
thing. Mountain View students
appeared in everything from
501's to stretch pants. Hair
styles went from conservative
bobs to jelled mohawks.
lt was the year of shocking
styles and yet no one was
shocked at what anyone else
showed up in.
Students were allowed to
express themselves in their
own unique way as long as it
didn't "disturb the learning
"One of my teachers put
this guy with a mohawk in the
back of the classroom be-
cause people kept staring at
him and making rude com-
ments," said senior Jeff Van-
Norman. The fine line between
what does disturb the' class-
room situation and what
doesn't was solved with little
Fads and fashion
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All tied up - Designed for comfort,
these leather boots represent the
popular style worn by many students.
Hey dude - Black sunglasses or
shades were the in thing to wear for
eye protection from the sun as shown
here by Rich Orndoff.
Just call me stud - Senior Todd Hal-
lock stands around with his friends in
one of the more popular casual outfits
22 Fads and fashion
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Who says only one? - Every year
the trend to put another hole in your
ear seems to be the thing to do,
whether the person is male or female.
Dressed for success - Another
popular style was to have the side of
your head shaved or wear a long,
strait bob, like Erik Markoski and
Page 28 text:
State of shock - Varsity cheer-
leader Angie Kempf is congratulated
by Greg Arnett as she is baffled by the
latest news that she is Homecoming
Go, fight, win! - Teammates Mac
Fitch and Brian Morris execute the
plays they have been practicing all
week long for the victory in the Home-
chool spirit was obvi-
ous the week before
Homecoming. Each day
the students and faculty
dressed to show their school
spirit. Monday everyone wore
Swatch watches to watch the
Toros beat the Matadors.
Tuesday was amusing day and
Mickey Mouse was worn.
Wednesday everyone wore
black and blue, the colors the
Matadors were going to look
like. Thursday was all black
day, everyone wore black, and
24 Homecoming Week
Friday was class identifica-
tion: Seniors wore red, Juniors
blue, and Sophomores white.
Traditional activities re-
turned. Floats took the place
of sedan chairs and student
competition instead of teach-
er competition, was held.
At the assembly, the Home-
coming Court was introduced
and the class competition was
underway. The object was to
pass a potato from neck to
neck, and the team that was
done first won, which was the
At the football game later
that night, Angie Kempf and
Bob Davis were proclaimed
Homecoming queen and king.
At halftime, the Junior float
was announced the winner,
with the Seniors taking sec-
ond, andthe Sophomores tak-
The Toros went on to beat
the Shadow Mountain Mata-
dors 24 to 10.
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