Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

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wildcat 73 1972-73 NATIONAL EVENTS Li f-iter r,,rrepn yf-jrs ot u d involvement in South Vietnam a peace agreement was signed D The presidential election saw Nixon record a landslide victory over McGovern Q Once again a presidential campaign was marred by an assassination attempt as George Wallace was seriously wounded while campaigning in Maryland D Food prices, meat in particular, zoomed to their highest level ever Q Je sus Christ-Superstar became the spiritual influence in many people ' s lives. D LIFE magazine retired D The WanKel rotary engine developed as a possible answer to pollution tree auto transportation D Blact stars became popular in the movies, including Richard Roundtree in ' Shaft ' .O Rains developing irom Hurn cane Agnes wiped out thousands of homes m WilkesBarre. Pennsylvania D Author Clifford Irving was ar rested for attempting to publish a falsified biography o( Howard Hughes O The Oakland As defeated the- Cincinnati Reds in the World Series. D The Miami Dolphins crushed the Washington Redskins in Super Bow VII O George Foreman defeated Joe Frazier in the second round to become the world heavyweight tjoxinp champion. THE 1972 WILDCAT Mulvane High School Cathy Nix and Joe Fairchild, Editors In Memoriam The students of Mulvane High School dedicate this yearbook to our classmate Dalette Frazier, who was killed in an auto accident October 2, 1973, Dalette, the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Dale Frazier, was born September 14, 1957. She came to the Mulvane school system from Truesdell Junior High in April, 1972, She and her twin brother, Dart, were members of the sopho- more class this year. We will miss her. liifei ill iCTa ga tistigai irts inMs g Young People " Best Ever As Superintendent of Schools for the Mulvane school syrtem, Dean Parks is in contact with some 1, 700 young people. He sees these young people as involved in many worthwhile activities and, occasionally, in a few negative ones. He thinks today ' s students are generally bigger and more intelligent than those of previous generations. This positive attitude is reflected in his administra- tion of the schools. This year the major problem facing the school is overcrowding at the high school level, and, as usual, a tight budget. Superintendent Parks has been coordinating the educational programs for three years. He and his wife, Civilla, live at 1202 Joan with their son, Kyle, and daughter Janelle. Mr. Parks is in- terested in sports of all kinds. Hunting, tennis, golf and jogging are a few that he participates in with some degree of regularity. DEAN PARKS, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. BETTY BOREN, Bookkeeper. ROSALIE ELSTON, Typist. Webster Resigns Alter Nine Years To the Students and Staff of Mulvane High School: After careful consideration, I decided to resign my position as principal at the end of the 1972-1973 school year. My family and I have enjoyed the school and community ' the past nine years serving as teacher, coach, and principal. I have been blessed, as principal, with an out- standing staff who have worked hard for the improve- ment of this school system. Their cooperation and efforts have helped make Mulvane High one of the finest class 3A schools in Kansas. My thanks also to the students for their cooperation. Ultimately, they are the ones who make a school func- tion efficiently. We have been proud of our students and have always felt Mulvane High School students stand above the surrounding student bodies which has given myself, your teachers, and your parents a sense of pride in you. My best wishes to all the staff and students, Jerry L. Webster JEAN SHAW, Registrar. • JOAN McKINNEY, Bookkeeper. JERRY WEBSTER, Principal, Mr. Webster taU s with students in the hall. JERRY NELSON, Vice- Ptincipal . FACULTY - 1973- Mulvane Faculty RON ADKINS ROGER BARIUNEK JIJLIh BOWtLL LAW RENE BUCK BOB BURDETTE JERRY DEVORE CARL FELVER Q M- JOHN FRY ROBERT GLASER STEVE HODGE ADA JAAX JOAN JARRETT JOE JOHNSON DEAN McASEY JERRY NELSON BILL PARKER TED POWERS (t . i l NEL SID LOW JANIE SHELDON MICHAEL SHELDON FRANCIS SHOUP PEGGY URIBE ANETTA WEBSTER MAK ' IIL BROWN BOB SCHREINER 4m ' rrv A MARGARET COWEL BETTY BRADFIELD BETTY SKLENAR BEN KOPSA LYLE DENNEY The school lunch hour provides a special break with a de- licious type- a lunch served by Betty Bradfield and Betty Sklenar. Margaret Cowel cooked during the first of the year but was forced to quit because of illness. Ben Kopsa and Larry Daily are the cheerful custodians while Lyle Denny keeps the busses run- ning. The faculty and students really appreciate these friendly people who help keep the school running smoothly. J ' . iy ' j -A ' - ai; ■ ' •--:-» Qw " V.:: ?yj-,-.. ■• .tJS §jigsBiBsmmam SENIORS BECKY ARMSTRONG RICHARD BELCHER DAVID BOYD RUTH BARINGER BRIAN BOBROVICZ DENNIS BOYER CATHY BARTON DEBBIE BOHNER CONNIE BROWN CAROL BEITZ CINDY BONNER DEBORAH BROWN d KATHLEEN HUSS BILL JACKSON CARL JOHNSON DOUG PHNSON JUNE JONES ..,,. ■, %:•.• ' . .. .RANDY JONES v , . , RON JONES ., .. " V f..A TERESA KATER ' m JERRY KELLEY CAROL KLOPFENSTEIN CHRISTOPHER KELSO RICHARD KOTARA , DON KERLEY MATT KREIDLER CATm ' KESSINGER BARBARA KUNTZ ..pURTIS KUNTZ RANDY MARTINEZ JERRY MEYERS KENT OTT KATHY LANGHOLZ DONA LAWLESS DENNIS LEADER CONNIE MASTERS MARILYN MELCHER GARY MEYERS - COLLEEN McCORMALLY JOEL OVERBEY JANET NIGHSWONGER JIM PARKER CATHY NIX RANDALL PATTEN 1 CLARK PHILLIPS .-,V-;.-s RAMONA REEKIE DAVE REISIG CYNTHIA RICHARDSON ' MARILYN ROCK .-• " ••;- s» ' ' -. LINDA SCHWABT - ' i ' ' " :,3- ' . 3REtt SCOTT , dIKE ROGERS • ' ' " = : ' »- LESLIE SCARBOROUG|i,_ . _. Vi;, BRUCE SPilPPERS RAYMOND SEARS i?j ' ; £| jim SHOEMAKER -A ttflW RITA SKLENAR ELAINE SOMMERHAUSER MARK SORENSON CRAIG STAGNER TERRI STANDERFER . c- .V ' ;: :c X ' " 10 SPEER ■ f,v j, " -» ■ . ' VI VIVIAN STOLE PHILIP TATUM TOMMY TAYLOR BARBARA TITUS RONALD TERRELL KATIE TITUS DAVID THOMAS VICTOR TRIEBEL RICHARD TIEPERMAN JANIS TULL BOB WAYMAN KARMA WILKINSON PHILLIP WRIGHT VICKI WKIGHl JAMES YOUNG n ' -.V; -;. ••. . • SANDY YOUNG ' U ' ' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. D. Carney, Pres.jS. Day, Vice-Pres.; S. Young, Sec; L. Childs, Treas. ; M. Aba- solo and T. Taylor, Stuco. Rep. -- ' :v-. ;; .vL ' . ;•: ■• .- ' -iiw- " ..: ' - : ' r::: -- 4Wi :. •:♦::■ r-yj i! S0i jV v.,«:.v: •. v " - ' ib yM IM f • JUNIORS Cheryl Adkins Perry Adkins Sheila Alley Terry Allied Debra Alvarez John Antle Micki Armstrong Sherry Atha Mark Bales Thaine Barnes Stacy Bergmann Sabrina Bloomgren 22 Junior Concession Stand Loren Elston Dan Ferguson Susan Flinn Jani Folsom Glenita Franklin Karen Friend Randall Frikken James Gerlach Kathy Gray Steve Greathouse Michael HaU Sandra Harper Marilyn Harreld Pam Harris Deborah Hess Sally HiU Eugene Howard Randy Howell 23 Robert Howell Bruce Humbolt Fred Hunter Vaughn Jenkins Rod Jones Devee Keely Valerie Kennedy Kurt Kems James Kessinger Ronald Kihle Kent Kraus William Langhok Dennis Langlois Alice Lentz Ray Levitt Jackie Lewis Barbara Lisk Susan Long Violet Long Nancy Lynch Donald Maxwell Timothy Mclntyre Merle McKee Robert McKerracher 24 Greg McMahon Marcia McVay Mark McVay David Miller Richard Myers Raya Murphy Malcolm Nichols Jean Nix Diane Ott Bill Ox ley Rebecca Pippin Teresa Pray Steve Prowse Jim Purvines Lyim Reed Lorraine Reneau William Rikli Curtis Roberts Pat Rogers Lynne Rosendale Shelly Ross LouAnn Rowe Jerry Shoemaker Fred Simon Janise Smith Marya Sommerhauser Debbra Spoon Mark Standlee Chris Stites Ron Struble Jerry Taylor 25 Larry Taylor Rita Tharp Tina Thompson Virgil Thompson Gay land Titus Carl Underwood Catherine Venskus Robert Wa Rick Wadley Diana Walker J anet Ward Pam Watkins Billy Worthy Jim Wyant Robert Yacconi Randy Zimmer Buddy Jones BUSY. BUSY JUNIORS The junior class always has a busy and productive year which begins with the magazine sales. Another big high- light is getting junior class rings, but the main event is, of course, the Junior-Senior Prom. The officers are Mike Hall, President; Loren Elston, Vice President; Curtis Roberts, Secretary; Devee Keely, Treasurer; Janet Ward and Malcolm Nichols Student Council Representatives. The sponsors are Mr. Glaser, Mrs. Sheldon, Mr. Burdette, and Mrs. Buck. 26 SOPHOMORES Randy Atha Randy Bamett Pam Been Dana Bennett Samuel Booth Sterling Borthwick " M ' M K Mark Brozek Tim Burke Shirley Bums Darrell Bunis Vickie Bunis Thomas Caldwell Jim Campbell Jim CaiT Donna Carter Patti Chambers Vonda Clark Mike Costello Vicki Cotton Mary Beth Craig Vicki Craig Mark Cranston Ron Crook Ronald Crowley 28 Kathy Croxson Linda Davis Terry Davis William Davison Dimny Dec aire Robin Denney David Dickey Robert Dickey Gary Dudley Ronnie Dye Cindy Eaton Tom Elliott Dan Endres Rebecca Erb Randy Fanning Brent Fleming Kenneth Fleming Mel Flores E Sharon Folsom Dalette Frazier Dart Frazier Christina Friess Kathy Gahagan Tony Garrett Sandy Gray Linda Hamilton Belinda Harlan Brigid Harren Stephen Hartley Vernon Hartung Mike Harvey Daniel Heerschee 29 Damon Helms Cvirtis Henderson Patricia Henderson Kim Henness Leigh Higgs Dorothy Hill Jo Ann Hollow ay Melvin Howard Kent Hurd Ehvayne Jarre 11 Scott Johnston e Biyon Jones Rogene Kees Kim Kelso William Kihle Chris Kimble Ted Kissinger BiU Kraft Fred Lamb Randy Landen Diana Layton Stacey Levitt Cindy Lighty Jeannie Long Martin Lyon Jeffery Madding Wes Mahlandt Greg Mayfield Brian McCormally Cindy McCurdy Carl McDowell Kevin Mclntyre David McKinney Diane McNeil Bemie Melcher Rhonda Milleson Terri Mills Jo Etta Mitchel Billy Moore Jesse Morgan Tony Murphy Jo Nighswonger Dale Nungesser Rick Owens Andrew Patton Phillip Paxson David Persels Brent Phillips Mark Pierson Dale Pittman Sunny Pool Michael Powell Cindy Powers Robin Pulliam Teresa Pyeatt Don Ramsey Leslie Ramsey Richard Rathbun Trena Redmon Doug Reed James Reed Rodney Reekie Ricky Reeves Dennis Rhynard 31 " " fH ' Tom Rico Jo Ann Rigney Mark Rivera Michael Roberson Wayne Rock Steve Rogers ]| Donald Rowe Maria Salander Mona Schaich Michael Scharl Robert Schippers Melisa Schmitt Cheryl Schwab Shirley Shaffer Charlie Shoemaker Teresa Shoemaker Diane Smith Valerie Smith Whitney Smith Darrell Spoon Curtis Stagner Debbie Starbird David Steams Tom StoU Allen Tanner James Tatum 32 John Taylor Teri Thomas Marilyn ' Titus John Unger Joni Wade Dan Walker Susan Walker Diane Waller Peggy Wallsmith Debbie Wayman Michelle Wells Tern Wells Carrie Wharry Donna Winegar Forrest Wise Lori Wright John Young Ann Comstock ii i ill i ■W " --i. r f !U Dfta I m ' ' ' p ]l " , Vw " -i tf i.1 :m- ' k ACTIVITIES [2a - • - ' ' ' " - STU-CO OFFICERS: L TO R: Joe Fairchild, president; Mr. Nelson, sponsor; Randy Martinez, vice-president; Tim Mclntyre, treasurer; Tina Thompson, secretary; Mr. Parker, head sponsor. Stu-co Shows Impressive Achievements Student government had impressive achievements for the ' 72- ' 73 school year as well as a few defeats. As usual, the club sponsored a Christmas and a football homecoming -dance, revised the dress code and constitution, and sold valentines. Stu-co also installed new bike racks, a new bulletin board, and added three new trash barrels. Gold sashes were acquired for graduating seniors with high honors. The local group also joined the National Associa- tion of Student Councils. Stu-co members voted to sponsor fewer dances, but to offer financial aid to other club-sponsored dances. Joe Fairchild was an active, responsible president who was sensitive to the wishes of the stu- dents. Mr. Parker and Mr. Nelson were sponsors. Pres. - Joe Fairchild V, Pres. - Randy Martinez STUDENT COUNCIL; L TO R; BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Nelson, Tim Mclntyre, Tina Thompson, Joe Fairchild, Randy Martinez, Malcolm Nichols, Mr. Parker. 2nd ROW; Curtis Roberts, Brett Scott, Chris Kelso, Mike Abasolo, Forest Wise, Dan Heersche; TOP ROW: Dennis Cobb, Hazel Britton, Marilyn Rock, Ronnie Jones, Cindy McCurdy, Janet Ward, Tommy Taylor. Vice Pres. Tom Humbolt, Sponsor Francis Shoup and Pres. Jim Shoemaker. Jo Speer receives the FFA Sweetheart jacket. Mr. Shoup congratulates Joe Fairchild upon honorary FFA membership. FFA OFHCERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dan Heersche, John Grother, Kent Ott, Kurt Butts, Jim Shoemaker, Tom Hum- bolt, Don Kerley, Mr. Shoup, Mike Abasolo. iritawux ' (J 9 ■fs -f. UWf g I 4 h A ' ' ' - u ; w 4f i FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA, BOTTOM ROW: D. Heersche, K. Ott, D. Kreley, K. Butts, J, Shoemaker, T, Humbolt, J. Grother, M. Abasolo. 2nd ROW: J. Fairchild, V. Hartung, S. Dochow, M. Harreld, R. Jones, C. Venskus, G. Howard, J. Speer, Mr, Shoup, 3rd ROW: T. Stoll, B. Fleming, D. Steams, F. Wise, M, Rivera, J. Carr, S, Borthwick, L. Childs. 4th ROW: L. Hinds, W, Mahlandt, B. Kuntz, R. Rico, D. Ram- sey, D. Nimgesser, S. Hartley. TOP ROW: D. Bongiomi, K. Kraus, R. Rathbun, M, Flores, M. Harvey. FFA Achieves Top Recognition National dairy products judging team. The Mulvane Chapter of Futtu ' e Farmers of America continued its winning ways in various contests. Ron Jones won first place in the state judging contest while Kent Ott, Ron Jones, and Gene Howard won third as a team; Kurt Butts, Kent Elder, and Jim Wyant placed in the Silver Division in State Livestock Judging; David Steams won first in the District Public Speaking Contest; and Gene Howard, Kent Elder, David Steams, and Marilyn Harreld placed 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 6th respectively in District Dairy Judging. The FFA Rodeo was one of the highlights of the year with action and thrills galore. Other activities which were much enjoyed included the pot luck suppers, the breakfast at the Shoup home, and participation in all of the FFA activities. The school is proud of its FFA Chapter and its accomplishments. Mr. Francis Shoup, sponsor, and the boys consistently achieve top recognition. 4] QUILL TYPE EXECDTIVE BOARD, LEFT-RIGHT: B. Scott, B. Armstrong, M. Nichols, D. Lawless, R. Jones, B, Hock, Mr. Adkins. ' CLUB MEMBERS, BOTTOM ROW: L TO R; C. Carson, D. Brown, J. Speer, J. Dame, lvarez. 2nd ROW: C. Powers, T, Mills, T. Taylor, T. Standerfer, V. Wright, M. Jtt, M. Rock, C. Wharry, D. Layton, 3rd ROW; Mr. Johnson, J, Ward, J. Lewis, S. ' ■ " ' ' " • " — .•-r ' , - . i o r Mrs. Webster. 4th Quill Type members are especially chosen to serve the school. They perform valuable services with a smile as they sell and take tickets for athletic events. The large Christmas tree in the lobby I was exceptionally well decorated this year. The trophy cases in the | - hall also received a much needed cleaning and shining. The club ' year closed with the traditional picnic in Watson Park. Dona Lawless was an enthusiastic and able president; Mr. Adkins was the sponsor. | QUILL TYPE: TOP ROW: P. Deloney, M. Armstrong, P. Watkins, D. Alvarez, S. Harper, S. Hill, C. Venskus. 2nd ROW: S. Long, C, Adkins, D. Keely, D. Ott, B. Bobrovicz, R. Martinez, S. Day, K.. Ott, T. Allred. 3rd ROW: J. Waid, R. Rico, J. Speer, K. Hughes, J. Shoemaker, R. Dickey, D. Miller, T. Day. 4th ROW: Mr. Adkins, sponsor, K. Clasen, K. Daily, J. Parker, C. Albers. BOTTOM ROW: B. Armstrong, B. Hock, B. Scott, R. Jones, D. Lawless, M. Nichols, Mrs. Brown and Mr. McAsey, sponsors. PEP CLUB MEKffiERS BOTTOM ROW: L TOR; C. Carson, D. Brown, J. Speer, J. Dame, S ' uni ' ' M p " l ? wu- P° i ' T. MiUs, T. Taylor, T. StanderfW, v " Wright, M. ' Yo ,n n ■ ?f " " i ' ' " J ' ?; ' ° " - ' ' ° 5 ' - J° ° " ' J- « . J- Lewis, S. I w ' a n " ' , - " " g es, M. Armstrong, D. Ott, P. Deloney, Mrs. Webster. 4th Smith, K. Croxson, C Lighty, R. Denney, C. Friess. 5th ROW; C. Klopfenstein, C. Mc- Curdy, J. Holloway, V. Craig T. Davis, D. Waller, D. Smith, D. Hill, B. Erb, S. Ross, ' ? i ' ' . f. ' ° ' k X- ' ' ' ° ' J- Nighswonger, s! Levitt, P. Been T. V t;i? T " 1° ' ?• ?oJ ,;r ° ' ' Crawford, G. Franklin, S. Alley, R. Sklenar, Ct Yo ' ;g!l: tt. rc° n; " " " ' ' - - ' - - ' - Pep — Spirit — Enthusiasm One of Mulvane High School ' s most active clubs is the Pep Club. Mrs. Webster and Mr Johnson provide the leadershin an l wir, r r i .o -u „--i- __„ »»cu:,icr ana ivir. ■D . 1 , . -i-- .. ..xuii ywi i.ci-iii ijtsjug ana pep rallies, l he fom- Pon girls are welcome entertainment during halftime at basketbaU games, and always eive delightful performances. Tommy Taylor was the competent president this year. V ' Wri t W ?. ' x? ' S?. ' ' ' y ° ' ' i - T. Standerfer, Vice-President; H;Jrw.i?? S ' o- fl °« ' Treasurer; TOP ROW; Mr. Johnson, Sponsor; J. Speer, ' Head Cheerleader; M. Rock, Student Council; Mrs. Webster, Sponsor. ' ■ P r» Compliments of YOUNG ' S FINA SERVICE 930 E. MT. VERNON WICHITA, KANSAS 267-1171 COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE Tires Minor Tune Up Shocks Brake Work Batteries Washing Spin Balance Lubrication FREE COFFEE POMPON GIRLS, TOPROW-D. Ott, P. Deloney, D. Keely, J, Lewis. 3rd ROW-M. Armstrong, K. Hughes, S. Young. 2nd ROW-J. Ward, M. Rock. BOTTOM ROW-M. Elliott. TOP ROW: Karen Friend, Joyce Carlson, Hazel Britton, Alice Lentz, Janise Smith, Chris Friess, Jo Holloway, Mrs. Sidlow, Sponsor. BOTTOM ROW: Elaine Sommerhauser, Carol Klopfenstein, Marilyn Rock, Michelle Elliott, June Jones, Barbara Kuntz. FHA Stresses Community Service The Future Homemakers of America is an organization for girls who have had one year of Home Economics. The impetus this year is toward community service. In order to finance their projects, the club sponsored a highly successful basketball game with the KEYN disk jockeys, a tupperware party, and a chile supper. Delicious home made ice cream highlighted the annual membership party. Mrs. Nelmarie Sidlow, the sponsor, is thanked for her helpful- ness and cooperation during the year. Marilyn Rock was the president. Hazel Britton served as district song leader and Terri Mills was district treasurer. President Marilyn Rock confers with Mrs. Sidlow FHA, TOP ROW: R. Kees, T. Thomas, R. Milleson, R. Denney, C. Eaton, T. Pyeatt, S, Folsom, M. Schaich, 2nd ROW: C. Nix, D. Spoon, R, Rico, D. Hill, M. Wells, D. Waller, D. Smith, B. Erb, R. Pulliam. 3rd ROW: R. Cor- win, R. Sklenar, S. Walker, V, Eaton, C. Beitz, P. Alley, C. Powers, T. Wells, C. Wharry, S. Levitt, S. Ross, M. Craig, Mrs. Sidlow, sponsor. 4th ROW: V. Clark, C. Eighty, P. Wallsmith, S, Shaffer, V. Smith, D. Bennett, V. Cotton, P, Been, T. Davis, V. Craig, D. Carter, B. Harlan, L. Wright, C. McCurdy, BOTTOM ROW: A, Lentz, K, Friend, B. Kuntz, J. Smith, H. Britton, T. Mills, M. Rock, M. Elliott, J. Jones, J. Holloway, C. Klopfenstein, C. Friess, J. Carlson, E. Sommerhauser. RAVENOUS NEFARIOUS DEBONAIR CHICANERY TRAVESTY CAPRICIOUS LUDICROUS SOPORIFIC CONTENTIOUS MAGESTERIAL K uibEiiiimii CHAOTIC INCARCERATED LUGUBRIOUS DIFHDENT NHS Members Nationally Recognized Members of the National Honor Society are students who are chosen because of academic excellence, character, leadership and service. Tlieir names are nationally recorded by the National Asso- ciation of Secondary Scliool Principals. The group sponsored a mem- bership tea for parents and members at which John Carney, a former member, was the principal speaker, and also sponsored a pre-Christ- mas panel discussion by college freshmen. Brenda Hock was President and Mrs. Jaax and Mr. Adkins were sponsors. President Brenda Hock relaxes in the gym. NHS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Vicki Wright; Craig Stagner; Mrs. Jaax, Sponsor; Brenda Hock, President; Rodger Dickey; Dennis Cobb; Mr. Adkins, Sponsor. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS: BOTTOM ROW: FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: V, Wright, B. Hock, D. Cobb, R. Dickey, C, Stagner. SECOND ROW: T, Mclntyre, J, Fairchild, J. Parker, R. Jones, K. Elder, F, Simon, P. Rogers, D. Carney, R. Patten. THIRD ROW: E. Sommerhauser, M. Rock, T. Thompson. S. Bergmann, K. Clasen, K. Daily, M. Brozek, T. Day, D. Miller, M. Nichols, J. Shoemaker, D. Kerley. C. Phillips. TOP ROW: Mr. Adkins, Sponsor, C, Kessinger, C. Brown, M. Elliott, B. Armstrong, D, Keely, J. Ward, D. Ott, C. Adkins, P. Deloney, A. Burton, R. Baringer, C, Klopfenstein, A. Lentz, Mrs. Jaax, Sponsor, 53 NFL OFFICERS, LEFT-RIGHT: C. Stagner, T. Mclntyre, Mr. Sheldon, C, Kelso, M. Rock. The Public and Students Enjoy Speech Activities This year the Mulvane High School Speech Depart- ment celebrated success and good times as a result of hard work. The year started with the Debate Squad dis- cussing the topic of Federal Aid to Education. The Squ attended several tournaments throughout the year re- ■ suiting in success and a trophy. They concluded the sea- son in January with an overnight trip to Dodge City for their E istrict Toumament. In the meantime, the drama students were actively involved in preparing for the all school play, " Get Witch Quick. " The play was held for two nights and involved extensive prop work and practice Their work proved fruitful and the play was successful. The cast and crews enjoyed a party to top ofjf the pro- duction. During the last part of the year, the Forensics and Drama students planned and executed a night of one act plays and speech events for the public enjoyment. Many of the students who participated this year will be returning next year and so the Speech Department ex- pects an equally enjoyable and successful year. Mr. Sheldon was the dedicated and enthusiastic sponsor. n n tM «M« My spirit runneth over! s Ajv " GET WITCH QUICK " March 22 March 23 PLAY CAST ROW 1: Jerry Myers, Craig Stagner, Brigid Harren, Elaine Cummins, Becky Erb, Daniel Walker, Marilyn Harreld, Dennis Cobb, Peggy Wallsmith, Mr. Michael Sheldon, Director, ROW 2: Shirley Shaffer, Diane McNeil, Marilyn Rock, Anne Burton, Kay Hughes, Vicki Wright, Rogene Kees, Cathy Nix, ROW 3: Mary Beth Craig, Carl Johnson, Rod Jones, Tommy Taylor. s M CLUB: BOTTOM ROW; L TO R: C. Kuntz, D. Thomas, T. Crook, C. Philips, D. Car- ney, J, Shoemaker, R, Martinez, S. Day, B. Bobrovicz, B. Scott, T. Richardson. 2nd ROW: G. Titus, L, Elston, D. McKerracher, B. Langholz, R. Rikli, J. Fairchild, D. Boyd, C. Roberts, M. Nichols, J. Shoemaker, T. Allred, K. Kerns. TOP ROW: Mr. Devore, Mr. McAsey, C. Henderson, S. Borthwick, D. Walker, D. McKinney, F. Wise, B. Fleming, Mr. Domenico. IB BUYS ... The M club of MHS made a major stej toward athletic improvement throu the purchase of a weight machine with sixtee: individual stations. The purchase price, ,300. was financed by the club through cession stands, sloppy joes, Mulvane at shirts and program advertising. The coaches and students feel that the weight machine will help to rebuild the teanas and to strengthen them for future M CLUB OFFICERS: C. Phillips, V. Pres. ; R. Martinez, Treasurer; S. Day, Pres. ; C. Roberts, Stu-co, Rep. ; and Steve Domenico, Head Sponsor. BACK ROW: FOOTBALL COACHES: S. Domenico, J. Devore, D. McAsey. FRONT ROW: ALL M Cluh President, LEAGUE CHISHOLM TRAIL FOOTBALL PLAYERS; C. Kuntz, B. Bobrovicz, S. Day, and T. Skip Day. Richardson. LIBRARIANS: STANDING; Vicki Eaton, Myrna Brozek, Diane McNeil, Carol Klopfenstem Carol Beitz, Barbara Kuntz, Debbie Hess, Valerie Kennedy, Chris Kelso, William Rikli, Carl Underwood. SEATED: Connie Masters, Mrs, Buck, Librarian. L 1 b r a r • 1 a n s m »0L.mm i »um J m m N N !► _ •• % »• I : ' MUSIC FLUTES, TOP ROW-C. Wharry, C. Brown, J. Speer, S. Hill. MIDDLE ROW-D. Hill, T. Kater, K. Daily. BOTTOM ROW- A. Lentz, H. Britton, M. Craig, C. McCurdy. SAXOPHONES, TOP ROW-L. Ramsey, R. Baringer, J. Smith, R. Dickey. MIDDLE ROW-R. Denney, V. Hartung, N. Lynch, W. Rock, C. Roberts, BOTTOM ROW-J. Parker, T. Stoll, M. Elliott, M. McKee. The Mulvane High School band is an organization that our school can be proud of. Leadership, enthusiasm, talent, and a lot of fun can be found in this fine group which represents a cross-section of MHS. _ ed many fine concerts under the skillful direction of Mr. Ted Powers Working very hard, th( ty f :tafP MiKic Festival The fine Pep Band brought great spirit to all sports activities. With m h harJwoJk, pa Mr. PowL ' freat abilities, the ' band, as a whole, had one of its finest years ever. STATE CONTEST SCORES Clarinet 4 Flute 4 Woodwind 7 Band Brass 7 Trumpet 4 Drum 4 I II I II I III I Trombone 4 Dennis Cobb Cindy Powers Whitney Smith Ronnie Jones Ruth Baringer David Steams Majorette Tern Standerfer TWIRLERS: CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Wade, D. Layton, M. Harreld, V. Stoll. Majorette Pam Watkins CLARINETS, TOP ROW: P. Watkins, T. Standerfer. 2nd ROW: D, Layton, B. Harlan, T. Wells, P. Been, S. Levitt. 3rd ROW: V. StoU, C. Klopfenstein, D. Hess, M. Wells, D. Waller, J. Ward. 4th ROW: D. Wayman, S. Atha, D. Keely, T. Butts, C, Carson. BOTTOM ROW: J. Carlson, C. Lighty, T. Pyeatt, M. Schmitt, M. Rock, B. Erb. LOWER BRASS TOP ROW: R. Howell, D. Cannichael, V. Wright, L. Elston. 3rd ROW: K. Coon, S, Borthwick, D. McKerracher, M, Elliott, M. Schaich, S, Rogers. BOTTOM ROW: J. Madding, D. McKinney, B. Scott, R. Jones, M. Hall, C. Stagner, T. Crook, tf i i € TRUMPETS, TOP ROW: B. Fleming, M. Rivera, C. Hender- son, G. Wade, 2nd ROW: D. Miller, M. Cranston, J. Carr, B. Jones, F. Lamb, T. Allred. 3id ROW: M. Bales, J. Tay- lor, B. Ancell, J. Shoemaker, J. Kelly. BOTTOM ROW: J. Tatum, S. Folsimi, J. Folsum, J. Fairchild, D. Ott, C. Powers. PERCUSSION, TOP ROW: P. Rogers, D. Pittman. 2nd ROW: K. Ott, J. Shoemaker, R. Sears. 3rd ROW: W. Smith, J, Wade, M. Harreld, L. Davis, D. Steams. BOTTOM ROW: R. Wadley, D. Boyd, G. Hbwaid, D. Ramsey. BAND OFFICERS, (L TO R): Brett Scott, Connie Brown, Dan Carmichael, and Loren Elston. 2 f r Director Steve Hodge VOCAL OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Speer, T. Thompson, C. Stagner, K. Friend, M. Brozek, A. Lentz, R. Kihle, Mr. Hodge, Mulvane Singers Are Tops Under the direction of Mr. Steve Hodge the Music department has enjoyed an outstanding year. This year the vocal department presented concerts in the Fall and Christmas, along with a grand finale Spring Con- cert, After many hours of practice, the vocal groups received very high ratings at State and League Music Festivals. Accompanists Vicki Wright, Dennis Cobb, and Anne Burton were greatly appreciated for their work. Many thanks to Mr, Hodge for an exceptional job in his first year at Mulvane, At the League, all the groups received I ratings except the Girl ' s Glee which received a 11+, In King- man at the State Contest Mixed Chorus, Boy ' s Glee, Mixed Ensemble, and Boy ' s Quartet 1, received I ratings. Girl ' s Glee, Boy ' s Quartet 2, Girl ' s Trio, and Girl ' s Six received II ' s. Informal Boy ' s Glee Rehearsal MIXED CHORUS, TOP ROW-M, McVay, B. Harren, K, Wilkinson, P. R. Kihle, R. Howell, C. Stagner, R, Sears, C. Stites, M, Roberson, D. Rhynard, R, Barnett, M. Brozek, P. Wallsmith, J. Speer. 3rd ROW-K. Friend, D. Winegar, V. Cotton, R. Tharp, J. Smith, D. Starbird, A. Burton, L. Gahagan, V. Burris, D. Carter, B. Harlan, J. Lewis, S. Alley, J. Long, B. Pippin. 2nd ROW-A. Lentz, V. Craig, S. Pool, D, Wayman, V. Wright, R. Baringer, S. Bloomgren, P. Been, P, Hender- son, C. Richardson, Mr. Hodge, BOTTOM ROW-R, Corwin, K, Coon, C. Stagner, L, Scarborough, R. Dickey, R. Funk, H. Britton, V. Stoll, R. Rico, J. Rigney, JMmMMmMjm.1 ?fi i RLS GLEE, LEFT-RIGHT, TOP ROW -P. Watkins, T, Thompson, K. Wilkinson, V, Craig, V. Smith, R. Milleson, V, 11, D. Brown, J. Speer, T. Thomas, S, Alley, C. Friess, B. Harlan, Pam Been, J, Mitchell, L. Wright, R. Rico, A. •mstock, C. Wren. 3rd ROW-S. Folsom, J. Rigney, J. Lewis, D. Ott, D. Spoon, C. Lighty, S, Ross, K. Daily, S. Levitt, Mills, D. Waller, T. Davis, M. eUot, C. Whany, D. Layton, J. Holloway, L. Schwab. 2nd ROW-K. Friend, H, Britton, Clasen, A. Lentz, R. Corwin, S. Young, C. Brown, D. Lawless, M. Rock, M. Schaich, M. Craig, D. Carter, C. Ai- rs, M. Brozek, J, Carlson. 1st ROW-Mr. Hodge, V. Clark, C. Carson, C. Adkins, S. Bloomgren, V. Wright, B. Hock, Nix, T. Standefur, R. Baringer, J. Smith, C, Powers, R. Denney, A. Burton, D, Cobb. IIXED ENSEMBLE, BACK ROW-R. Sears, H. Britton, D. Cobb, R. aringer, C. Stagner. MIDDLE ROW-T. Mclntyre, K. Friend, P. Vend- ck, V. Wright, R. Kihle, FRONT ROW-J. Speer, C. Stagner, S. loomgren, R. Jones, A. Burton, Mr. Hodge. ACCOMPANISTS, LEFT-RIGPfT: V. Wright, D. Cobb, A, Burton. ™ V - - -i ' V " ' ATHLETICS SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS: L TO R: David Boyd, Brian Bobrovicz, Randy Martinez, Troy Richardson, Skip Day, Dave Carney, Curtis Ktintz, Jim Shoemaker. D. Thomas, J. Kelley, Trainers. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: TOP ROW: Cathy Carson; Jo Speer, Head; Debbie Brown; BOTTOM ROW: Janet Dame; Debra Alvarez. J. Fairchild, T. Stoll, Trainers. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: TOP ROW: Coach McAsey, T. Burke, D, McKinney, C. Henderson, S. Johnstone, D. Walker, B. Fleming, F. Wise, C. Shoemaker, M. Rivera, J. Taylor, D. Persels, M. Brozek, J. Unger, S. Booth, B. Yacconi, Coach Domenico, MIDDLE ROW: Coach Morrison, D. Reed, K, Butts, J. Wyant, K. Elder, C. Roberts, D. McKerracher, J. Shoemaker, L, Elston, B. Oxley, M. McVay, D, Jarrell, J. Kelley, Coach De- Vore. BOTTOM ROW: T. Stoll, J. Morgan, C. Kuntz, B. Bobrovicz, S. Day, R. Martinez, D. Carney, J. Shoe- maker, D, Boyd, T. Richardson, K. Kerns, J. Fairchild. .-40 SJT ' i •4 — VARSITY OFFENSE: S. Day, B. Bobrovicz, D, McKerracher, J. Shoemaker, J. Morgan, T. Richardson, C. Kuntz, D. Carney, D. Boyd, F. Wise, R. Martinez. VARSITY DEFENSE: S. Day, C. Kuntz, D. Carney, F. Wise, J. Shoemaker, J. Morgan, T. Richardson. J. Wy- ant, L. Elston, B. Fleming, B. Bobrovicz. DAY, ELSTON, MORGAN, TOP WILDCAT STATISTICS The Mulvane High School Wildcats completed the season with a 3-0 record. The total offense leader was Skip Day with a combination of 650 yards on running, passing and pass receiving, Loren Elston had 524 yards and was also Mulvane ' s top rvisher, Troy Richardson, who was injured mid- way through the year, finished with 252 yards on 87 carries. Skip Day was Mulvane ' s top passer followed by Brent Fleming and Dave Carney. Brian Bobrovicz was the favorite target of the passers. A pair of sophomores led the defenders. Guard Jesse Morgan had 61 tackles and line- backer Brent Fleming had 60 stops. Local grid fans are looking forward to next season. COACHING STAFF: TOP ROW: Jerry DeVore, Dean McAsey. BOTTOM ROW: Steve Morrison, Head Coach Steve Domenico. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD 1973 RECORD Mulvane Derby 20 Mulvane Kingman 32 Mulvane Augusta 26 Mulvane b Chaparral 20 Mulvane 26 Circle 6 Mulvane 6 Valley Center Mulvane 36 Andover 12 Mulvane 18 Goddard 36 Mulvane 6 Campus 26 Troy Richardson All League Curtis Kuntz All League Skip Day All League Jim Shoemaker Dave Carney Brian Bobrovicz Honorable Mention David Boyd Randy Martinez B TEAM CHEERLEADERS: FROM L TO R: Carrie Wharry, Diane Layton; Kim Henness, Head; Linda Davis; Tern Mills. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM: TOP ROW, L TO R: Daniel Walker, Mark Rivera, Charlie Shoemaker, Forrest Wise, Brent Fleming, David McKinney, John Taylor: BOTTOM ROW, L TO R: Curtis Henderson, David Persels, Mark Brozek, John Unger, Jesse Morgan, Doug Reed, Sam Booth. J. -J J i» i u •n (N ,1 i o.v 2., ' V ' - ' vhH 1973 BASKETBALL SQUAD: TOP ROW: L TO R: M Brozek, J. Shoemaker, B. Heming, S. Borthwick, D. Car- michael, F. Wise, M. Cranston, T, Allred, G, Titus, and C. Shoemaker, MIDDLE ROW: C, Roberts, J. Carr, M. FUvera, M. Pierson, D. McKinney, C. Kimble, and D. Carney, BOTTOM ROW; B. Bobrovicz, S. Day and R. Martinez. 1973 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: CLOCKWISE: Debra Al- varez, Debbie Brown, Jo Speer, Cathy Carson and Janet Dame. Coach Carl Felver talks to team members during time-out. 74 TRAINERS: J. Fairchild, D. Rowe, K. Kerns, and D, Spoon. B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS: T. Mills, D. Layton, C. Wharry, and C. Powers. d Dean McAsey - Assistant Coach 1972- •73 BASKETBALL RECOR A TEAM MHS OPPONENT MHS 49 Oxford 47 48 38 Winfield 61 52 67 Derby 79 31 49 Goddard 60 48 53 And over 36 50 43 Augusta 50 36 37 Valley Center 64 32 58 Circle 55 47 50 Peabody 55 50 42 Sacred Heart 50 41 31 Chaparral 37 49 57 Clearwater 63 54 47 Augusta 59 52 64 Cheney 65 49 43 Kingman 75 41 56 Goddard 54 69 44 Valley Center 58 37 Circle 66 30 Winfield 88 B TEAM OPPONENT Oxford 29 Winfield 61 Derby 52 Goddard 54 Andover 49 Augusta 44 Valley Center 53 Circle 53 Chaparral 71 Clearwater 42 Augusta 43 Cheney 36 Kingman 44 Goddard 66 Valley Center 57 Circle 44 1 «r7 ? Aw-x? T ' , - McKinney, S. Borthwick, F. Wise, M. Cranston, C. Kimble and C. Shoe- maker. BOTTOM ROW: M. Brozek, M. Pierson, J. Carr, and G. Titus. ■■S h Randy Martinez Brian Bobrovicz Dave Carney Mark Sorenson Skip Day Dan Carmichael Brent Fleming Honorable Mention Terry Cook Richard Rikli Coach Felver EJ mSr ' A kM y MM ■ ■j lii 2BU 1 IBP m ' ' IBil t - ■ ' • ■♦. IHE 1973 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM CROSS COUNTRY The Wildcat Cross Coun- try team, under the direction of Coach Carl Felver, had an active season during which they participated in several invitational meets. VVTiile no one placed in the regional meet at Cheney, Mulvane took third place in the league meet behind Augusta and Chaparral, Bill Langholz, Richard Rikli and Sterling Borthwick placed 7th, 10th, and 11th, respectively, in the league meet. Terry Allred QUEEN SANDY YOUNG Michelle Elliott First Attendant Brenda Hock Second Attendant ' V— ■ ' ' rv-ir ' ' ? ' ' . wti w ' lv ji; Brian Q v:y R o y a 1 t y FOOTBALL ROYALTY ESCORTS Dave Carney, Skip Day, and Randy Martinez; First Attendant Michelle Elliott, Queen Sandy Young, and Second Attendant Brenda Hock. BASKETBALL ROYALTY: Second Attendant Jo Speer, Queen Cindy Albers, and First Attendant Debbie Brown. R o y a 1 t y Escort Brian Bobrovicz, Second Attendant Jo Speer, Escort Skip Day, Queen Cindy Albers. First Attendant Debbie Brown, and Escort Randy Martinez. GIRL ' S TENNIS TEAM: L TO R: J. Carlson, B. Hock, S. Hill, D. Keely, T. Kater, K. Daily, K. Venskus, T. Standerfer, B. Armstrong, S, Young, M. Armstrong, T. Thompson. Pep! Pep! Pep! GYMNASTICS TEAM: TOP ROW L TO R: L. Rowe, J. Ward, M. Armstrong, C. Adkins, D. Brown, C. Carson, C. Albers, D. Ott, S. Young, K. Crawford, T. Mills. BOTTOM ROW L TO R: D. Alvarez, P. Been, R. Pulliam, D. Layton, M. Craig, P. Watkins, D. Daily. " m. Ml I il lii I II nil. i Boys Intramurals s c e n e s m wmam mM . w te i» i» % 1 t JtE Mt ' I fir M » .;.. - ; _ Twelve Year Classmates Fathers - Sons O i i ' ■m w ' ■ TOP ROW, L. TO R. : V. Triebel, P. Wright, B. Schippers, D. Thomas, C. Kelso, B. AnceU, J. Cowel, Dave Carmichael, Can Carmichael, R. Sears, G. Dody, L. Childs, J. Kelley, J. Myers; 4th ROW: G. Meyers, K Langhok, K. Ott, T. Kater, D. Cobb, J. Tull, J. Grother, K. Hughes, D. Carney, K. Felts, R. Rikli, K. De- Haven, R. Dickey, K. Wilkinson, D. Kerley, C. Brown, B. Bobrovicz, C. McCormally, S. Day, P. Alley, R. Martinez, C. Nix, M. Sorenson, J. Speer; 3rd ROW: W. Horton, M. Melcher, T. Crook, C. Kessinger, D. Reisig, C. Beitz, P. Tatum, R. Sklenar, R. Jones, L. Schwab, R. Belcher, T. Standerfer, D. Leader, D. Brown, T, Richardson, R. Reekie, C. Phillips, B. Hock, R. Patton, E. Sommerhauser, M. Rogers, C. Klopfenstein, M. Abasolo, J. Brozak, M. Brown, V. Wright, J. Fairchild, D. Lawless, J. Parker; 2nd ROW: L, Scarborough, B. Titus, J. Shoemaker, B. Armstrong, M. Dossey, J. Jones, D. Dubois, K. Huss, R. Butcher, R. Baringer, D. Boy- er, A. Burton, D. Johnson, C. Barton, C. Kuntz, T. Taylor, B. Scott, C. Richardson, R. Rivera, R. Convin, J. Overbey, R. Rico, S. Dochow, B. Kuntz, R. Terrell, M. Elliott; BOTTOM ROW: C. Stagner, S. Young, C. Johnson, C. Masters, D. Boyd, M. Rock, J. Young, K. Titus, L. Hinds, E. Cummins, M. Kriedler, D. Bohner, A. Dye, C. Bonner, B. Jackson, J. Nighswonger, D. Fuller, V. Stoll, T. Rosendale, C. Albers, R. Tieperman. Commencement 1973 Dennis Cobb Valedictorian Ruth Baringer Salutatorian Cathy Kessinger Honor Student Craig Stagner Honor Student Cathy Carson Mike HaU Junior Attendants Joe Fairchild Dona Lawless Danford Awards M r ' -€ % ' ] WSL Wr:i :m B AND C OUTLET KURNITURI Discount Prices and Easiest Terms Free Area Delivery 711 N. Baltimore Derby 788-286 COMPLIMENTS OF R.R.HARPER WHERE PRICES ARE BORN .. NOT RAISED 7700 SOUTHEAST BLVD. (K-15) 788-1543 IN DERBY RALPH SANDEFUR FORD S A N D TTTT -— Olfl W l V t. mt ' 3S McINTYRE ' S MFA INSURANCE 509 North Second 777-4103 Mulvane CONGRATULATIONS FROM Branine Chevrolet C W Auto Supply Cullison Shoe Repair Garvey Grain (Peck) Greiners Sons Hamons Dept. Store Ideal Furniture Long ' s Hardware McGee ' s Store Morgan ' s Cafe Mourning ' s Cafe Mulvane Pharmacy Radco Davis Sellers Prescriptions -a A. :: r j • ;: ' ::..J h 1 vjp ,f ■flS 4n ' ■ ' ' i- iSi - ' ' V ' " ' : Mk: • ' :wv.. ii- % w 1 a ■J?, - ' ADMINISTRATION ■s ' -kL. ' -r EUGENE FARBER President CLAIR FERGUSON Vice-President U.S.D. 263 School Board The students of Mulvane High School wish to thank the school board members for all the hours they have spent working on the problems that have faced the school system during the past year. We appreciate the whole hearted efforts they have made to provide us with the fine school system that we have. We are proud of our school and know that the school board members are always work- ing in the best interests of the school and community. GARLAND BELL DR. DALECARR IRA HALL BEN HARGROVE KENNETH TEFFT DEAN PARKS Clerk • JM ' S HAIR STYLING 400 N. Baltimore erby, Knsas Ci-eativeHairSivr ' EUGENE FARBER President CLAIR FERGUSON Vice-President U.S.D. 263 School Board The students of Mulvane High School wish to thank the school board members for all the hours they have spent working on the problems that have faced the school system during the past year. We appreciate the whole hearted efforts they have made to provide us with the fine school system that we have. We are proud of our school and know that the school board members are always work- ing in the best interests of the school and community. GARLAND BELL DR. DALE CARR IRA HALL D AND L CAFE 113 W. MAIN FRIENDLY CAFE WITH HOME COOKING INGALLS ELECTRIC Appliances and T.V. ' s 777-1571 104 W. Mam MuKanc. Kansas dkji w ' .. ' ' ..firJL. T i;..,i i Vivian Lee Stoll The MHS graduates of 1973 sorrowfully bid farewell to one of their beloved classmates, Vivian Stoll, who was killed in an automobile accident on July 7, 1973. Vivian was a popular girl who was a friend to everyone, always smiling and eager to help whenever she could. She lived each day to the fullest. Vivian, a championship twirler, was head twirler for the band and also belonged to the glee club and mixed chorus. She was a teacher ' s aide for band and did almost all of the typing in preparation of this annual. Vivian was also active in Rainbow Girls and in her church. We will all miss her. ■ ' .» : 1972-73 INTERNATIONAL EVINTS D Pr.»«).nt NiKon m.de .mporlant v.».t» to R»d China and the USSR D Compr.hen„v« «orch.» ol ..rim. p »«ng.r» «nd b.8g.g. b.c.m. M.nd.rd proc.dur. ,n an .lor, to r. due. »Ky,ark...,. n W.lh ,h. death ol H.rry S Truman and Lyndon B Joh,«on ,h« US w«. l.ll w,.ho., . survV.nl . . ' - ' only the th.rd t,m. .n .t» h.»tory. D H.nry Kis.mg.r w.t Ih. Pr,t,d.nt » p.r.on.1 Invov ani " or lor the Par.» peace talk D Britain wa» accepted mto the European Common M,, -, n b , deleated Bof .» Spa»»Ky to become the world chew champion. D The moon landing by Apollo 17 was the last scheduled moon probe unt.l the y.ar 2000, D The - ' ' - State agreed to supply Russia w.th vast quant.t.es ol surplus wheat. D Terrorism continued in Northern Ireland D The Godlather was the top picture ol the year D Arab terrorists disrupted the splendor ol the Summer Olympics ,n Munich by killing U member, ol Ih. Israeli Olympic ,.am. D Mark Spitz set an Olympic record by winning sev.n gold medals. O Japan hosted th. Winter Olympics while Colorado --. down ih.ir chance to spon- sor th. 1976 Wmt.r games ? 3. CiL.;


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