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Page 73 text:
Cut-outs of football players,
Christmas spires, Hallowe'en spir-
its, and outstretched suns ap-
peared on the cafeteria wall as
the school year passed from one
season to another. Strange exhi-
bits of flying fish and mobiles
decorated the lounge. Through
the year we saw the work of the
Art Service Committee all around
us. Working with cans of gold
spray, mammoth shears, and wide
expanses of colored paper, the
members organized displays and
made posters for countless school
functions. Mr. Fabry and Mrs.
Hall sponsored the committee,
while Liz Shera and Sharon Whit-
ney were student officers.
Pottery wasn't the only thing that
these dexterous lads and losses
made from clay. They used their
imagination to create forms ranging
from statues to iewelry. When their
works were displayed, they stimu-
lated much interest, even if their
symbolism was not always apparent.
Guided by Mr. Jacobson, the
group enioyed crossing into a new
world, that of abstract art, where
one's creative sense is one's guide.
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Left to Right: Pete Dixon, Mr. Fabry, Raquel Garcia, .lo Carol Riggio, Ted Thomp
son, Beverly Byrne, Elizabeth Shera, Kaspar Leipins, Dempster Leech, Sharon
Whitney, Brooke Maddux, Kathy O'ConnelI.
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Left to Right: Barbara Rollin, Cynthia Zimkus, Marion Kellam, Carla Jepsen,
Ellen Shipman, Bonnie Ward, Elise Boger, Barbara Skinner, Gaye Arakelian,
Nancy Blod, Ann Beckman, Peggy Fannon.
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"Is Labor Too Strong?" "Should
America Have Intervened In Hun-
gary C'l956J?" Interesting topics
such as these were contested in
formal debates and occasional
informal discussions by this year's
debating club. The purpose of
the club was to give experience
in formal debating procedures,
to encourage clear thought and
speech, and to help the students
think carefully about controver-
Under the direction of Mr. Lit-
tlefield, this year's semi-active
Mathematics Club interested it-
self in a variety of topics. Among
these were mathematical recrea-
tions Cthey spent months trisect-
ing angles and designing per-
petual motion machinesl, logic
fif it is foggy today, Whitey Ford
will winj, set theory, and the slide
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The subversive singing of
the "Marseillaise" opened the
cIub's informal tete - ei - tetes.
This greatly enhanced the al-
ready continental atmosphere
of room 104. While passing by
the door, one could hear rau-
cous laughter in response to
the records, games, and bons
mots of Monsieur Colaninno,
the club sponsor.
Officers were Mesdemoisel-
les Marylin Arthur, President,
Ronay Arlt, Vice-President,
and Elizabeth Shera, Secre-
Left to Right: Judy Naill, Linda Terrana,
Elizabeth Luckhurst, Marcia McReynolds,
Nancy Brazer, Kenneth Arnott, Donald
Lewis, Don Hayden, Eugene Lewis, Bob
Bach, Heidi Ormsby.
Seated, Left to Right: Ronay Arlt,
Marylin Arthur, Elizabeth Sherc.
Standing: Monsieur Colaninno, Rita
Suffredini, Frances Howard, Steve
Scott, Janice O'Connor, Brooke Mad-
dux, Barbara Lust.
Buried under an avalanche
of 2,000 new books and a
backlog of countless unpaid
fines, Miss Lord was rescued
by an efficient crew of student
librarians. In addition to their
regular duties at the circula-
tion desk, they aided in pro-
cessing and shelving the un-
marked volumes. The students
who crowded the library this
year should appreciate its un-
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