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WE TRIED - Seniors Sam Vandiver
and Tracy Parker hang their heads
low as they walk off the field. Photo
by Robert Miller
HERE COMES THE SUN - Senior
Crystal Tanner blocks the sun from
her eyes while selling frisbies during
Summerset. Photo by Greg Powell
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TWINKIES AT PLAY - So-
phomores Hilisha and Denisha
Wilkins enjoy a big laugh while they
take a short break from their daily
schedules. Photo by Angie Cook
WI-lO'S WHO - juniors Lisa and
Lori Ben ask the question, "Can you
tell us apart?" ln case you can't,
standing in front is Lori, the younger
of the two, and Lisa views from
behind. Photo by Mark Donnell
A PASSING MOMENT - Senior
Dale Muse takes a brief moment to
chat with her twin brother, Fred,
between classes. Twins were often
seen sharing part of their days
together. Photo by Angie Cook
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SLEEPY HEAD - Senior Shanda
Etchison speaks with her eyes closed
during an afternoon lecture. Photo
by Angie Cook
Silence can speak -
louder than words,
especially when it's
reinforced with body
language, that uni-
versal lingo that
leaves little room for
Take a smile. It may be silent, but it
surely isn't simple, for its meaning can range
from "l'm glad you're here" when the
appearance of a substitute teacher cancels a
dreaded test to "l'm glad you're gonei' when
an unwanted suitor finally gets the hint.
A smile can also indicate "I know what
you're up to" as Principal james Smith spots
a Big Mac.
A point is equally versatile. It can denote
the government's invitation, "Uncle Sam
wants you," a junior's class ring selection, "I
want this one," or an opponent's view of Ellis
Bell's court prowess, "He went that-a-way."
A "scared look" can mean a senior lunch
Silence beats words
when body language
reinforces the message
skipper waiting to
see Mr. Andrew
Beavers, a tardy
an Honor Society
meeting, or a blue-
robed senior walking
across the football
field for his graduation diploma.
A simple yawn can mean "I'm sleepy" in
sixth period geometry, 'Tm bored" during
homeroom, or "l'm satisfied" when the
basketball team beats Ole Main twice in the
While silent expression is usally effective,
it can go astray if the message is misunder-
stood, senior Melissa Matthews said.
"One night I was on a date, and as we
came out of a movie I happened to yawn,"
she recalled. "Unfortunately my date thought
I was bored, and he took me home early." --
By Karen Salmon
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