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Student Life Being a student is more than a seven hour-a-day, five days-a-week grind. To the individual students, school meant many different things. There were those actively involved with academics alone. Devoting all their extra time to study, they looked upon school as a place to learn. For some, classes were joined with extracurricular activities. For them, this arrangement brought enjoyment and friendship as well as some trying times in judging priorities among activities and classwork. To certain people, classes and school in general seemed to be too much. They solved the problem by gypping class or eventually dropping out. For them, it was all too much work, hassles, and responsibility. There were those involved in work-study programs who coped with half a day of school and the other half of work at their job. The combination of the two lifestyles, of pupil and breadwinner, within the day provided these students with a chance to experience early how life would be upon gradua¬ tion. For everyone, the year meant something. 12
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' Now more than ever ' Powderpuff football girls engage in a game of touch football against the faculty. Julie Leisman and Donna Ebert seem starry eyed over Mick Cox on Junior Red , White, and Blue Day. relates to 1974 " Now more than Ever " proved to be a successful theme for North ' s homecoming activities, and for the year 1974-75 in general. Although there was little par¬ ticipation in the dress day activities, the stu¬ dent body showed it ' s spirit in different ways, such as a higher attendance at the dance, enthusiastic crowd at the pep assembly, and a large audience at the faculty-student football game. The game left us with a victory, and the week left us with many memories. This year ' s social committee was solely responsible for the successful dance, and the large car rally. Pep board a newly formed organization made the plans for spirit week and the activities that went on. Paul Kellogg and Jonetta Cameron served as chairpersons of the social committee. And Mr. Russ Odegaard sponsored pep board. Sophomore ' s came in, all inside out on Sophomore Inside-Out Day. 14 1
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