Pinckney High School - Pirate Log Yearbook (Pinckney, MI)

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That victory snapped Fow- lerville's 32 game winning streak. The days events were capped with the Homecoming dance featuring "Rumor," activities Z TOP LEFT: The Journalism class again sponsored the pre-Homecoming bonfire. TOP CENTER: The queen candidates are presented at the pep assembly. TOP RIGHT: Jim Mitchell led the marching band in the Homecoming parade. BOT- TOM RIGHT: Steve Blshop readies a touchdown pass. BOTTOM LEFT: The football players participate in the Home- coming festivities. i, -, 15lactivities ff., xp" 1 I ,Jr N .,g ,.? f 16!activities e activities!17 TOP LEFT: Mr. Banks meets his future son-in-law for the first time. TOP RIGHT: Kay and her father have their last mo- ments together before the ceremony. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mike Mayville and Mark 5 3' fi if .TQ y .Ti 1' ' Q.. . if e f - H 4 i 4 ff' gl.: in e if 1 1 f ,Li Stull work the sound and lights, some of the most vital elements in the play. BOT- TOM CENTER: Mrs. Evans gives one of her many tips to polish the performance. 'T F3217 s5.fZ,fuff ' ' Q , fn, an all school play Last year's All School Play was origi- nally scheduled for the 16th and 17th of March but the second performance had to be postponed one week due to a record snowfall. Directed by Mrs. Evans, the father and mother were played by Ed Conklin and .lo Ann Charboneau. Their child- ren included Rick Robertson, Randy Walz, and the bride, Judy Furman. Kay's fiance was Larry Backlund and the Banks' faithful maid was Cathy Siterlet. Other cast members included: Kris Pedersen, Ann Talkington, Sue Conklin, Marie Stull, Terri Degraff, Mary Singer, Mark Morlock, Kerry Hitchings, Doug Trelfa, Karen Rom- lne, Debbie Fuller, Teresa Schreiner, and Beth Siterlet. -.0-..,, 2O!activities 4:fw?izSf g""" 2-1 L - 'F ER. 5 5 graduation '73 TOP RIGHT: Mr. Kennedy says goodbye to his Class of '73. TOP LEFT: John Gardner, class valedictorian, gives the class some wordly advice. 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L 1 if-if , ug, 1 - 1 ' people peopIe!27 mr corp superintendent mr. kennedy-principal administration The administration at Pinck- ney High had a new addition to its staff this year - Mr. William Thompson became theuvice Prin- cipal. His job delt basically with student-teacher problems and he pursued these ends with im- mense energy. The creation of a ,Vice Principal gave Mr. Kennedy more time to concentrate on one of the weakest parts of our sys- tem,the curriculum. Plans for the new addition to the school system kept Mr. Corp and Mr. Mc Closkey more than busy. mr. thompson - vice- principal mr. mc closkey - busi ness administrator mr. chamberlain - ju c . gums 'fs 'T -'-W..-X", . ,.-.,,t, ..,- maf- W.---1 zj-jr , jf-1-:C V .sv M, 4 My fefapis-"' 'ff n"b'51+21-S' - -1,- nior-senior counselor mrs. swarthout - sopho- more counselor counselors The life of a high school stu- dent is not always easy. There are many problems facing us, and the counselors are always pre- pared to help us face our prob- lems, and in time, solve them. One's future is very important and a big part of the counselling job is to help the student prepare for the future. The invaluable services of a counselor are never really realized without such strong guidance, many students turn to something else for help. Luckily, Mrs. Swarthout and Mr. Chamberlain work to keep that at a minimum. TOP LEFT: Mr. Thompson stays on the move to keep up with what's happening in the school. CENTER: ln his first full year as superintendent Mr. Corp has been busy with plans for constuction. RIGHT CENA TER: The buses and budget keep Mr. Mc Closkey busy. BOTTOM RIGHT: Juniors and Seniors find Mr. Chamberlain for help with their problems. BOTTOM CENTER: Mrs. Swarthout is a friend to the student. 29 english Creativity and inspiration were basic principals of the English Department. As the year went by you could cover a variety of sub- jects from Shakespeare to the contemporary stories in "Voice" magazine. The only new teacher was Mrs. Tessmer who came from the Middle School. mrs. evans -- drama 1, mrs. dennis - english IV, 11, speech, english 10, creative writing, novels. yearbook. mr. mcconnell - english ll, Ill, michigan history, applied english. mrs. tessmer - english mr. szostek - independ- 11, journalism 1, 11. ent reading, english 11. miss wilcox - librarian ix J L ,-. 9 g X'-, 5 1 I 1 t. TOP LEFT: Terry Basydlo gets some extra help from Mrs. Tessmer. CENTER: Mr. McConnell and Mr. Szostek ready them- selves for class. RIGHT: Miss Wilcox checks to see how many classes will be in the library for the day. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Evans and TERRY THORNTON work on final mats for the yearbook. LEFT CENTER: Mrs. Dennis corrects some fun- ny papers. faculty!31 mr. carpenter - govern- ment, american history. mr. hand - government, american history. mr. mantyck - world his- tory, michigan history inquiriesin sociology. mr. wilson - world geog- raphy, government. history This Year's History Depart- ment has gone through many changes. One was a new set of books entitled Problems in Amer- ican History. A second change was instead of having one class for the whole year, the students were allowed to pick two periods which interested them most. Each period was a semester course, The final change this year was the fact that Juniors were allowed to take Government. This year all of these changes worked for the betterment of the department. 32 ,. ,, , wifi ,. . Z :Eg lin special ed. Mr. Fisher is this years new Special Education teacher. He came from Sullivan School of Special Education in Ann Arbor where he was an aid. This is his first year of actual teachingq Mr. Fisher enjoys his work very much despite the fact he has no real classroom to teach in. mr. fisher - special education business Our Business Department of- fers several courses pertaining to the many aspects of the business world. The basic skills of Typing and Shorthand are taught and further application is available in the successful Office Block program. Nlr. Crumback, Mrs. Hand, and Mr. Nurnberger are gratified with the presence of Pinckney gradu- ates in the ever-growing corpo- rate world. mr. nurnberger - typing 'mrs. hand - shorthand I, l, personal typing, busi- office blocktypingl. ness law, business math. mr. crumback - book- keeping,sales,typinglI. 34 hrs. mantyck - trigo- wometry, algebra ll, gen- eral math. F -,yr V, -..V mrs. schabacker - calcu- lus, geometry. , 5 .f 1, Wu mr. vaughn - earth science, algebra 1, government. - ,denmtsland many juniors are plan- math Mathematics is one of the strongest areas of the Pinckney curriculum. .. Mrs. Mantyck heads the de- partment, which includes Mr. Vaughn and Mrs. Schabacker. For the first time ever, students par- ticipated in state-wide math competition. Also, the Calculus class was made up of nine stu- the class next year. Ing-5gilQg34lgfiQ5.lQQ.5p.f computers and podhdlfggfcfaigulfavtors, our math depart1'i1iiilflfG,'allS51Qut to prove that the hum5ii'lli4fiih'a'51iii rules inthe mathematicaltworld. TOP LEFT: Mr. Crumback is always ready to lend a helping hand. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Vaughn likes to take time out to talk and laugh with his students. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Mantyck can always stop teaching for a good laugh. BOTTOM LEFT: Mrs. Schabacker gets ready to correct some papers. LEFT CENTER: Mrs. Hand and Mr. 'Nhifnherger work cooperatively in room C 1 " 35 mr. davis - earth 5Ci- mf. dunn - Cl'1el't'liStry I. ence, biglogy I, Ill, II.physics.frenchl.ll. physiology. TOP LEFT: Mr. Dunn delivers .i lecture in Biology. TOP CENTER Two of the best science teachers discuss the coming year. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Andresen has many classes other than PE. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Lincoln keeps the schedule ol athletic events in order BOTTOM CENTER: Mr. Dunn smiles as he returns student assignments. science This years Science department was happy to receive two new sets of text books: one for Phys- ics, Fundamentals and Fron- tiers, and one for Chemistry. the 5th Edition. Another contribution to the department was a new Monroe 650 Electronic Display Calculator with two memories. which is used mostly in the Chemistry and Physics class. lg" . -1-... " 133 " IW! ff. f tl 8Ym The Phystcal Eductatton De partntent strlves to treate the best possllmle atmosphere tor their students. brlngtng thorn .mn Jwareness ot the tmportunte ol .1 healthy mlnd and body. llns ye4,n"s PE, program was suppltett vvtth'new equtpment whnch re placed the equipment from Ittet year. Included tn the new suppltes were soft btall bases. hugh lump. standards. gym mats. and all new equlpment tor held hockey. ond flagfootball. phystology, mrs. andresen tonser vation, biology IV gym mr. tincotn - gym home ec. Preparation is the key word for the Home Economics Depart- ment and Mrs. Dickerson. This years Home Economics covered a wide range of subjects including the emotions of Family Life and making natural foods. Besides the regular magazines, Mrs. Dickerson subscribed to a new, and interesting one called, "Mother Earth News". mrs. dickerson - clothing I, ll, home furnishings, family living, child de- velopment. industrial arts In our Industrial Arts Depart- ment quality is an important as- pect ofa well finished project. In this quality goes the craftmen- ship, and skill of the students, combined with the guidance and suggestions of the department teachers. Many different fields are of- fered which will start some stu- dents in their future vocation. Some of the classes offered are electronics, woodshop, and metal shops. Each year a numerous amount of projects are entered into a number of state and local exhibits. Pinckney acquires many ribbons from these events show- ing the quality and skill of this department. TOP LEFT: Mr. Blackford explains a prob- lem in electronics. RIGHT CENTER: Mr. Sturock takes a day out to lecture in Metal Shop. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Blackford and Mr. Ash confer in the wood shop. BOT- TOM LEFT: Mrs. Dickerson seems to enjoy her clothing classes. LEFT CENTER: Fami- ly relations is one of the most popular Home Ec classes. mr. sturock - metals l, ll, woods l. faculty! 39 art Creative expression is encour- aged and stimulated by Mrs. Lu- cas and Mr. Ash, the art instruc- tors. Everybody has some imagi- nation, and art provides the chance to utilize this imagina- tion. lt is a relaxing and reward- ing experience as well. Plaster casts, loop rugs, and chalk drawings are only. a few projects undertaken by the art students. The advanced artists did some work in portraits. Art offers many enjoyable and learn- ing projects for the imaginative beginner, and a chance for the experienced artists to develop their talents. 40!faculty 'B Ae I .X Y -1. 6 ' .mn . j t K L Y: N 5. I ,1.,, h .a-, . -Q., Lge. gv:.il,:5-1.2-' ,,. A ,,., mrs. lucas- art l, ll. LEFT: Mrs. Lucas proudly displays student art work. LEFT CENTER: Questions inart cover a wide range of topics. RIGHT: Mr. Napier conducts the band with enthusi- asm. BOTTOM RIGHT: Band mem- bers keep a watchful eye for direc- tions. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Ash answers a question for Rick Robert- son about sculpture. Q-E B: . ikpuaifh' mr. napier - band band This.year's band was the big- gest band in Pinckney High School's history. In addition to 94 regular members, there were also 6 baton twirlers and a drum major. No one else can keep a class of this size better under control than Mr. Napier. He led them through their football halftime activities, their yearly concerts, and arranged for them to appear at U., of M. Stadium for the an- nual Band Day. r' Tfl' I - il!-' - faculty!41 TOP ROW: Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Walker, Mrs Monteith. Mrs. Swarthout, Mrs. Whitley Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Gasper, Mrs. Stratton Mrs. Kenny. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Hylman Mr. Ruhlig, Mrs. Krahn. Mrs. Neuman Mrs. Voyle, Mr. Shinault. Mrs. Petit, Mrs Baughn. She-rm Templeton, Earl Nichols, Roy Clark. staff Plnckney High School operates as a complete working unit. Three important branches of this unit are the Secreta ries, Bus Driv- ers, and the Janitorial Staff. The Secretaries are involved in com- munication and aiding in the organization of school affairs. Our bus drivers provide the means for a safe and enjoyable ride to and from school. The jani- tors clean and maintain the school building. They arrive very early in the morning and don't leave until late at night. They also lend a friendly hand to students andteachers in need. ' - f' Mrs, Janowski. Mrs. Wlundyka, ivirs. Henry. staff!43 jim aguilar debby amburgey chris andrews dawn aschenbrenner scott atwood kim auman jack ballard karen ballard victor banta tammy barber mike barnard dan barrett terry basydlo brian becker ken beeman 4-'lfunderclassmen TOP CENTER: Nancy Mackenzie, vice president: Edgar Blery, president: Gloria Henry, secretary: Marcia Robinson, trea- sure. BOTTOM CENTER: Sophomore class advisots, Mr. Vaughn and Mrs. Plcuccl. i i sue bell david bennett lisa bennett 1" A mark bennett rick bennett frank bennett mitch bergeron rose bertrang edgar biery terry black carolyn boffa cyrus boorom kurtis bottke ed bowers tracey bowles undercIassmen!45 chris breijak daryl brewis pam bridges Sheila briggs karen brooks mike buggy greta bumgardner john burkhart tom burch carol buschlen debra campbell dennis campbell sue carpenter nancy carrigan TOP LEFT: Sandy Morrow, Theresa Filk- ins, and Carol Olkowski head for their next class. TOP RIGHT: Dennis Smecker! gets help from Mr. Blackford. CENTER: Checking out equipment is part of Don Speer's job in A.V. BOTTOM CENTER: Glo- ria Henry and Don Dyke are two active sophomores. N j l'-:ft . .1 jack Chamberlain gary clark rick clark scott clayton dawn close dane cooke lorraine cooke diana Copeland kevin copley marty cottom randy culver steve cu rts jody derryberry pat desnoyers brian dewey nancy down ricky drapinski dorenda duchane N, N dan dyke bob eva ns theresa filkens cyndi fry mike gabriel doug gallop donna gardner james gardner LEFT: Mark Perkins gives Gloria Van Blaircum a helping hand to get to class. LEFT CENTER: Bob Valentine called to his teacher that he would be late for class, RIGHT CENTER: This year's sophomores come on strong. RIGHT: Curtis Bodke, Jeff Grohs, and Doug Schhipper discuss "important" matters at lunch. judi gasper ken gearhart marie gipson julie grannis kerry gray cheryl greaves brenda grigg jeffrey grohs donald gyde tamra haines tim hansen kathy hartman howard hatfield jerry havranek james hayner joanne haynes julie heinig gloria henry L.: -I L s1""-A ,. . -'1?fW'iF'??Qif55i:u'1f ' gfflfigritg-E..:' E .1554 :'g'1'l'gw.m. a '1 .-9' ' i Grit' pq 5 . ' N -51. , I' 2 .- -.". ff: r " ' 'Ls E,-1 211 .wih '5,u, elody hall aron hoover m hopkins ie hogan i 1 a e houck nda howard bfefrtihuxta ble ga ron horgan A I a' J if .' pat jadczak norma janisse robin jenkins rick jezowski don joffrion george johnson dave jones Sheri kaercher heather kailen laura keiser dan kendall russell kennedy robert kid debra kitson mark kovach randy krahn mark kremkow james kropp lb ilx Q .' ' 'un-'--C13 ,ff as-gi' lf: GF- 7- . ' v -I tt., wa, Z? 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TOP CENTER: Cindy Reck, Mike Barnard and Lori Wilson look up friends in last years yearbook, BOTTOM CENTER: Tina Suter and Robin Strautz take timed writ- ings in typing. s .-.. .P nancy krupa kathy Iambert monte lane james larosa steve laszlo bill leclere lisa lelonek john l'esperance -steve lewis marthy Iinn alden lovely doug luckhart alice lyson diane macainsh nancy mackenzie undercIassmen!51 john maltby mike manners joanne manns john marcoux bob marsh bernie maruszewski cindy martin gayle maurer barry maus bruce maus Iouann mayville grant mcgowan dale meitz john mety jim meyer doug miller ml' 'iw 9539 -fl x f ' ' :I , . i LEFT: Greta Bumgardner, Tammy Neu- man, and Debbie Campbell awaited the start of the pep rally. RIGHT: Terry Thor- ton greeted the world with a smile? BOT- TOM: Geometry keeps students busy. shea novak mike o'conneII mike olejniczink carole olkowski jack pappert frank parrish janice miller kent miller kim miller chuck montieth jeff morrison sandy morrow mike moses bob mosher pat muldoon tammy neuman undercIassmen!53 TOP LEFT: Jamie Robinson is proud of the Nlum John Marcoux bought for her at homecoming. TGP RIGHT: Bernie Maru- szewski gives the photographer a sly look. CENTER: Bob Marsh and Nancy Carrigan get ready to start the day. debbie patterson denise pearson bruce pelto mark perkins thomas pety john pratt denise rasmussen cindy reck sue restorick sharon richards terry richards T lawrence ringle lisa ritchey jamie robinson marcia robinson robin robinson 54 ,iw .. Z V .. ,',l H W1 4' - -ins.,-""Mg!r?'M-, Y--i.::""1s-Ll X 2 fi -, H V 1 V ' 'IQ ' ,,."""' :I -' 1' , f . 'f' V 7 1 3 wg,-f'-,,f "f'f"' xi' Fgrijw,-rims' 4. 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'Q K-., x 'wrn' W f - 4 -v, H:-, wi' W qi 5 ' f ' .,,,,1gi 'Jigs 1 ,L ,Q ,, K . ,mskmf beth rogers phyllis rowell rob ruggles patty rumple anita sanchez larry savoy richard schaner Iaurie schenden doug schipper belinda sears brian shirey jerry shirey roberta singer keith skates elbert slider rose slider dennis smeckert don speer dana stibbles tom stone robin strautz barb soujanen tina suter george tanner brian teppatti roberta thompson steve thompson terry thornton sue triffo tammy tucker gary tumath ken valentine 9 afgqq l - I 'fx' . bob valentine russ valentine gloria vanblaircum debi verellen don vierling ron vierling bob voight nancy vollmar IOP CENTER: Sharon Horgan gets ready for lunch. RIGHT: School quiets down after 2:05. BOTTOM CENTER: John Mehy looks for his geometry book. CENTER: Edgar Biery intro- duces the sophomore queen. Fa. cindy waiters kevin walz debbie ware maria washick dawn weese I sandy wisner pat welshans bob widmayer 57 debbie williams dale wilson eileen wilson lori wilson sue wilson gary wiltse mike winisky rick winslow don wiseman larry woodruff matt wright TOP CENTER1 Debi Verellen crosses off photo asiwgnmemts as they are Comple- t d BOTTOM CENTER' Mrs 'ones' 1 xnlIlnlxedxubSt1iL1ir. BOTTOM LEtT Carol OWSTKI takin aqumk Tfmh imm lumh underclassmen!59 5. dawn abney rick alamat heidi armstrong sharolyn aschenbrenner bill baker debbie barbour john barkau john barker flora bellman paul bemis charlie bennett linda bennett debbie blassingame stephanie boffa frank borik matt briejak jim brown luke cahill james campeau vern campbell 60!underclassmen TOP CENTER: Dennis Mc Kinney - V.P., Annette Williams - Sec., Lezlie Morse - Treas., John Conklin - Pres., BOTTOM CENTER: Mrs. Schabacker, Miss Wilcox Junior class sponsors. i l jim Carroll george charboneau bill cipponeri ken Click robert Coker ken Collard john conklin greg cook caraig Corwin jim darrow underclassmen!61 randy dean karen densmore dan deplanche cindy duchane valerie dudek robert dunn diane eggenberger mary emling juniors LEFT: Kim Schmidt made a pretty Junior queen. TOP: History sometimes took a lot out of the students. CENTER: Cindy Feh- renbalcer learned a lot in business law class. BOTTQM: Bruce Secore and Bill Plummer shake on an important matter..: Q. fl E? ani? is michael engel mike engel cindy fehrenbaker larry floreske pam foley keith foote patrick fuller doug freeland 62 Er. UT: 6,3 , in 52: figiiff -"' iff! 9 7 v-wh.. i.3,.,, P Lu, all b , 1 J?Vf!""f .6.iQQ'f.ff A was ., ri- lv , -if il' iil .H n -'J if rm... ,, . . rp. .,. , .-.Q 'rf 1 im- r Mfr f' " W-Zi:-.!." JS -il noi Wfgimfre Ll' J., 5. ,ff :L . 4 2,1-,,4 -'gi -u ., .1 , ,.-, f 171 LE . "w:z:-'.., .fgja If K A 5 . '1- ,,fEjhugU f -4 '-'fhf-lvl Q 1 . - ' f" T QTT-::1"'R J nf: ,x " ', N A T. gl.i",T5a, ,A fig.. g ,':TL',. ., -ll V lfmxllk-.9 'Q-11:2 - L 'A ,, ' -1 1-rp E Ll'.E1-'Qif' ' - :Z H as - 4,-:-:l4g.1....1"- .5 .:, u 1, - .,- . - -.,., - ' fir- 'J 1- wi . CL, - Q5 'S ,fl ir'-' " i -mi W V Q-1 V la' 3, - ,.-is " ,L N , -' rs L -- - ,A - .f'h7-'g-5t'1LmQ' " 'Jif'.L3.'L:.' l.f.Z7.l ,'-' eg 'La 11 ' . " ' 5'NQ':'e::.I-v.r"e1,'-' rf- -- fe-1 ff ' 13, "n 1::f,::5.., -. A ji 1, . 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".. v "':'ffP x x ll 1 yihynis Henri 7 Qiilliliq rfah -mary harvey Vikki heinig fjean higgins greg hime mike horgan chris hotz linda jaeger rick johns 63 lee ann johnson pam jones cindy kaercher L-5'-IFB,-5-1 L' W av dave kaminski llew "12- A' Il :sg .,:. -er.--2, .... fi? ,, .... . paul kelly rita kitson jan klein bill knight cammy kraljevich cathy kuhn mike lachance linda larosa mike Iatimer kevin law ,iz :WI 2 'X N mike lebow julie leeman alan leeman lindy lentz , .. lu , 1 mg xi' LEFT: Juniors worked diligently to ready their float for the parade. CENTER: Paul Harrah, Mike Yost, and Laura Minghini worked hard on art projects. BOTTOM RIGHT: Cindy Duchane clarified a point for a friend. -x gi.,1 inda lewis dan loiselle wayne locke teresa macainsh dennis mckinney robert mclaughlin diane mcniven tom mcphail mike malik jane marshall diane marzolf teresa matteson storme meitz marlys merna dennis messisco linda michaels mike miller tom minahan laura minghini Iaurie morgan jerry morrow Iezlie morse frank morton margo morton N -Q 3 vm Egger F33 X 415' it my ,Qt-.JFA terry murphy bill navarre kathy noland roy nowitzke gerardo ostos john parker mike parrish jim patterns dave pelto john pin john pinnow bill plummer sue poster matt prahl barb rains ,ngyxb ellen rankin randy rasmussen ann rejman lewis ringle cathy roberts karen romine norman roth tim runyon john ruppel terry russom mike rufter rita rysse randy sage brad salow frank sample janice sawyer herb schenden kim schmidt richard schneider james selleck rusty shaw pat shehan brent smith sheryl snowgold fi, -- F3 an W T5 Q e .- .Y - . 5 3 e .ng , 'Mx In nf! A ' ka . .,., ,x l ze TOP LEFT: Rl!! Kl!50l1Hand Ken Click head for their 6th5.hQljif:C,la,5seS. TOP RIGHT: Mike Lesow cramggfdriilgesr. BOTTOM CENTER: Heidi Arrhiigrljhg and Russ Kai- ser enjoyed Iast yea'r's'prom. ,f 'A IW. doug stone sue strange dan Strauss Iaurie strong barry strube brian sullivan ann talkington lana thompson roger trelfa debbie triffo undercIassmen!69 ff . T"HmM'M-Tmj gghrlon turley carole van5lairC'um cindy vanblaircum dianne vancoppenolle alan vanderhoof T jack vasher - l debbie viars bill vis linda wallace TOP CENTER: The halls get more crowded each year. RIGHT: John Barkau isn't sure whether to go in or not. MIDDLE CENTER: Luke Cahill and Norm Roth share a scene in Drama. BOTTOM CENTER: Everyone smiles at the end of the day. LEFT: Al Leoman and Norm Roth worked hard in English. 70!undercIassmen :E SL A fs ,.,,,,. -,,.:.'. v - 5 311121, 3 11. JD 'divx-,:.Q.,. hi.-icing' "1-"H -. ,Q--N nigga jeff waiters randy walz edsel white rick white jim widmayer linda wieczorek underlcassmen!71 bv w 4 annette williams don wilson kathy wilson colleen winkelhaus charlie wiykovics greg woodruff dorothy wroten tom wynn mike yost 72!underclassmen d is 4 li K f"f2fflQQ 5 fn ' .l ,ws mf 23" , ' 'T I , , ISL fS'UfV 2? , ,,,, 55 i f nf i . ? " I gs 5 -' .X .. it f l TOP CENTER: Lana Thompson seems in- terested "The World's Greatest Athlete." TOP RIGHT: Dave Bowen is busy with some make-up work. BOTTOM RIGHT: First hour drama watches a pantomime. MIDDLE CENTER: The library is a busy place. BOTTOM CENTER: John Conklin tries to use the microphone previously used by Jackie Barkau. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jan Sawyer and Luke Cahill rehearse a scene. underclassmen!73 74!seniors 'nf seniors flower: rose colors: green and white trip: bus trip to washington d.c.!new york city tk ,N class of '74 motto: some men seem things as they are and ask why? - we see things as they can be and say why not? sponsors: ms.dianedennis ' ms. diane evans awards: float champions - 1972, 1973 spirit Chomecomingj winners - 1970, 1973 ann pine-10-Student Director-Play, GAA Aide, Class Seo, Mat Maid, Yearbook. ArtClub.12fOfficey phyllls keymer 10 Big Club 12 Ski Club GAA Class Treasurer Sisters, GAA, 11-Ski seniors!75 sally aldrich dennis abney dan amburgey larry backlund alan baker tim baker tom baker jackie barkau cheryl beerens steve bishop beckie bowen mike bridges peter bublitz brian bumgardener jeanne campeau joyce carpenter FAR RIGHT: The Class of 74 wall soon enter the "wild world", RIGHT CENTER Dave Tucker and Harry West enjoy thenr long awalted lunch break. wes Carroll cindy chapman dave charboneau larry clark sandy click jerry collard chris comerford dan Cooke ,K 'Uv marcia culp V sheri dippold L , kevin douglas K W N seniors!79 8O!seniors rene dudek steven duchane jim dyke barb eichstead pat engel steve engel 1-5 1-Q-is 'I EQ" , TOP RIGHT: Steve Restorick takes an active part in the sometimes heated class discussions. RIGHT CENTER: The Senior Class had a choice of colors, their pick was green and white. LEFT: Loretta Yoder takes one of her many trips to her locker. greg ettig earl fisher mark floreske sue fry debra fuller don fuller iudy furman rick garrett rick glowacki george gola karen graf kim graf janie gutshall dave hale terresa hansen ,N,, , ,. Y' if ' marilyn haynes dan hende liz henry jodi hess kerry hitchings patty holcomb CENTER: Dan Cooke and Jackie Barkau meet during one of Yhe welcomed class breaks. seniors!83 dave hollister mike hose tim hurley patty horgan duane houck jerry huhman f juan jimenez cindy jones diane keith TOP RIGHT: George Gola, Floyd Mackenzie, Lance Kuhn, Dave Charboneau, and Tim Baker block the camera's view of the hall. MIDDLE: The Class of '74 were Homecoming victors in their last attempt to win the coveted float crown. BOTTOM: Patty Holcomb and Kerllyn Rosenber- ger congratulate the 1973 Homecoming Queen. Jackie Barkau. bill jones linda kaiser b0bj0r'leS sharon kinnunen mike kaFI'iCk tg- .pgs age .i QCA 1 Q X seniors!85 al kovach charlene kozemchick kellie krupa lance kuhn debby Iamirand karen lamirand ann larosa barb lawrence rose Iebow sue lemm patty Iuttman jeanette Iyson sue macdougall floyd mackenzie joe malik marie manns Phyllis Keymer, Ed Conklin, and Mary Morse discuss plans for the graduation ceremonies. seniors!87 steve marzolf tim matteson eric maurer mike mayville bob mc call larry mc laughiin . '3".f2Lf fi 1- -N 111 E 5 w Q. 4 'P '19- xr, 56 x K pete metty diane meyer mary michael lynn miller lim mitchell leslie morgan mark morlock Iaurie morris bunny mroz ni jeannine navarre harold neuman joyce newcomb gerardo ostos jane otis kris pedersen 1i1'iff5f.g,f., 1Ul,'!x1'Q1-lfnfg' njikw-Q rsmii.. 335: 11-J- L., ,,--ww ilvgQ1Ni.'3YgH 211 IFE f"I 1, -W .,. ,, 1,,,-A.,rfr "M k 5 ,gg mf-' 'f, 1 .pi-ff ,.,-Q, ,iw-.w, V gg, ,'31,n'f:.H i.M 'iyrimws 5,::ZL'ii. 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BOTTOM LEFT: Seniors enjoy the suc- cessful 1973 football season. robert schmidt karla Schreiner cathy shirey beth siterlet sally smith lee ann sobie harry stacey karen stibbles paula strautz gina sullivan dick swanson david tepatti .-...X.x..Q,-QV, ,. I dave tucker dan van coppenolle vlckie vedder april verellen frances viars becky vosmik Cherie walz harry west rose wickstandt mike williams TOP RIGHT: The Senior skit added spice to the sometimes mechanical pep rallies. RIGHT CEN- TER: As Anne Pine charges down the hall, Sally Smith looks to see where the commotion comes from. LEFT CENTER: Kerilyn Rosenberger, a Senior Queen, take timeout to pose for the 1974 Pirate Log. BOTTOM LEFT: Dave Charboneau and German exchange student, Peter Bublitz, pause to say hello to the camera. steve wiltse denise winters nancy wollenhaupt john wright 96!seniors 5 not pictured Cantwell. kurt engel, steve guidot. bill gunnels, bonnie gustavo, arenas haines, brian heining, alan hime, jeff hinchey, mark Heiser, dale kirkwood, mark pettis, gary reeves, gary singer, mary trelfa, douglas tumath. allen venable, patricia wilcoxen, mike williams, theodore wright, julie yoder, Ioretta zalma, kevin seniors!97 98!invoIvement involvement TOP ROW: P. Hall, L. Michael, J. Lyson, J Gutshall, S. Posler, B. Vis, L. Wieczorek, D. McKinney, M. Breijak, M. Engel, F. Borik. SECOND ROW: M. Harvey, Kim Graf, Kar- en Graf, D. Guidot, S. Aschenbrenner, R. Rysse, K. Krupa, K. Schreiner, C. De- LaTorre, R. White. BOTTOM ROW: Sec. - L. Henry, Treas. - S. Wiltse, L. Yoder, V.P - J. Carpenter, J. Black, Pres. - E Conklin. 100!organizations . Imam . ,wx 5 ! fi'., J la: 2 Q Q Q0 QI, 2 ,I L H R .....iii ..iiJ S ,.-"""'VY - . in Y .. ' xxx- ' . , ...E ,, ,,.i,,, . K --h' -kg . , . .., Ufnffi 11 .ln .ai -gt-ix. LEFT: Edgar Biery, Nancy MacKinzie, Dan Deplanche. Frank Borik, Luke Chaill, Jim Mitchell, Flora Bellman, Liz Henry, Mr. Crumback. Rick Robertson, Debbie Gui- dot, Mary Michael, Joyce Carpenter, Lau- rie Morris, Larry Savoy, Jane Savoy, Rita Rysse, Lori Schenden. - V - - f,,,,,-W...--.,,'.-Y FAR LEFT: Mrs. Hand presides over an N.H.S. meeting. TOP LEFT: Dennis Mc- Kinney, Bill Vis, and Mike Engel help sup- port the N.H.S. by selling moving eye but- tons. TOP CENTER: Rick Robertson in- forms students of Student Government activities. BOTTOM RIGHT: Treas. - Mary Michael, Rec. Sec. - Flora Bellman, Pres. - Rick Robertson, V.P. - Liz Henry. Cor. Sec. - Debbie Guidot. organizations!101 TOP ROW: Colleen Winkelhaus, Pres. - Jim Mitchell, V.P. - Debbie Fuller, Jack Vasher, Stephanie Boffa, Rita Rysse. SECOND ROW: Sharon Kinnunen, Mary Michael, Sec. - Karla Schreiner, Dana Stibbles, Karen Stibbles, BOTTOM ROW: Treas.-Sandy Click, Jane Otis. 1- 102!organizations business club The Business Club this year has been avidily working on pirate dolls. With Mr. Crumback as their leader, the Business Club marched onward to their careful- ly selected goal: to design and sell a product. They possessed one of the most important factors that is necessary for a successful mon- ey-making organization - teamwork! TOP LEFT: Mr. Crumback stands with Business Club officers: Karla Schreiner, Sandy Click, and Jim Mitchell. TOP CEN- TER: Chess Club officers include Terry Richards, Mike Engle, Rick Rosenberger, Ken Beeman, and Dave Tepatti. TOP RIGHT: Dave Tepatti plans his strategy against Rick Rosenberger. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Crumback dictates a letter to Karla Schreiner. chess club Governed by Mr. Carpenter, the Chess Club did remarkably well this year. They conducted a ladder tournament for the entire year, and also sponsored the third annual P.H.S. Chess Cham- pionship Tournament inthe spring, Meetings were held every week and the attendance grew steadily throughout the year. A few stu- dents were sent to the USCF-rat- ed tournaments. TOP ROW: Keith Foote, Arenos Gustavo Peter Bublitz, Bob Schmidt, Bill Vis SECOND ROW: Dave Tepatti, Joe Black Jack Vasher, Greg Cook, Harry West, Ter ry Richards. BOTTOM ROW: Rick Rosen berger, Mr. Carpenter, Jim Selleck. organization!103 Effort was everything for the Varsity Club this year. Led by Mr. Wilson, they demonstrated matu- rity, integrity, and most of all, sportsmanship. Freshman football concession stands were operated by the Var- sity Club and they also sold popcorn. its members included hard- working, young men and one woman. All efforts centered around promoting athletics in the school. varsity club ,--air - ,-Q ?: TOP ROW: B. Vis, E. Maurer, L. Kuhn, E. Conklin, S. Wiltse, M. Latimer, D. Tucker, F. Mackenzie - Treas. SECOND ROW: S. Bishop, D. VanCoppenolle, G. Gola, M. Gramer, G. Reynolds, M. Williams, R. Rob- 10-flforganizations ertson, M. Morlock, S. Duchane - Pres. BOTTOM ROW: R. White, D. McKinney, H. West, J. Huhman, J. Barkau, D. Loiselle, D. Amburgey, K. Rosenberger, D. Marzolf - V.P.. Mr. Wilson - Adviser. g.a.a. The aim of G.A.A. was to in- volve girls in interscholastic and intramural sports. Only an inter- est in sports was required along with the dues of .75a' a semester. Monthly meetings were held to set up activities. Members were enthusiastic during the games as well as at the meetings. Kinnunen, K. LaMirand, K. Kuhn, A. Wil- TOP ROW: M. Haynes, S. Schreiner, P. Keymer, D. Krupa. SECOND ROW: K. liams, C. Winklehaus. Haynes. D. Verellen, D. Duchane, D. Mac- Ainsh. THIRD ROW: C. Fry, D. Close, L. Ritchey, K. Stibbles, D. Aschenbrenner, S. Houck, D. Stibbles, S. Briggs. FOURTH l ROW: S. Horgan, B. Rogers, L. Schenden - V.P., S. Novak, N. Vollmar, C. Boffa, J. Derryberry, T. MacAinsh. BOTTOM ROW: S. Posler, A. Talkington, D. Guidot. C. Jones, C. Duchane, P. Shehan, D. Abney. J. Barkau, G. VanBIaircum, G. Bumgard- ner, T. Neuman, Kim Graf- Pres., Karen Graf- Treas., B. Siterlet - Sec. D. Fuller. J. 105 audio-visuals The many-faceted educational experience is enhanced with the use of audio-visual aids. Pinckney is developing this department which is headed by Mr. Dunn. TOP LEFT: Mr. Dunn, A.V. sponsor threads the projector. TOP CENTER: Big Sisters plan the raffeling of their valentine candy. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Dennis, Big Sisters sponsor. TOP ROW: Lisa Ritchey. Mark Morlock, Rick Drapinski, Dick Swanson. 106!organizations big sisters One of the most helpful groups at the high school in 1974 was the Big Sisters. They decorated soap for the patients at Green- briar Convalescent Home and held their annual canned goods drive to help a needy community family. The needs of many will be fulfilled as long as we have an organization like the Big Sisters. -, was limi. , f ,, . , -L 1 ,,.. qi Q-T1 gg ,Q T-me gg r ,- ...tw , H.. ,L .1 J ii W I ,iff RIGHT CENTER: Storme Meitz and Rita Kltson discuss details of the canned goods drive. CENTER: Mr. Dunn shows Jerry Ostos how to thread the projector. LEFT CENTER: Lisa Ritchey straightens up the A.V. roorn. . f ff- ., it TOP ROW: Karen Stibbles. Joyce Carpen- ter, Sharon Kinnunen, Stephanie Boffa, Kathy Wilson, Janie Gutshall, Rita Kitson. BOTTOM ROW: Lee Ann Johnson, Karen Romine, Debbie Kitson. organizations!107 TOP ROW: H. Schenden. K. Taylor, D. Miks, T. Williams, M. Yost, L. Ritchey, T. Murphy, B. Muldoon, J. Maltby, B. Dip- pold, W. Carroll. SECOND ROW: L. Mi- chael, J. Mitchell, B. Vis, J. Grohs, K. Mc- Guinn, G. Kraljevich, M. Nighswonger, G. Henry, B. Pelto, B. Marsh, M. Hose, L. Chapman, M. Steward, D. Lawrence, K. Leemon, F. Auxier, M. Michael, S. Greer. C. Stratton, D. Kitson. THIRD ROW: L Johnson, L. Thompson, R. Huxtable, C D B M K T P K rews, B. Schenden. M. Cane, G. Taylor . Sampler, J. Fisher, L. Cahill, E. White .Carroll. S. Atwood, E. Maurer, B. Smith .Click, C. Boffa. FOURTH ROW: J. Damn .Grey, M. Hopkins, H. Neuman, L. Clark, . Kruger, K. Howe, K. Ludwig, J. Doan, S innunen, C. Buschlen, R. Reck, G. Cham berlin, L. Cooke, D. Hopkins, N. Krupa, M Robinson. FIFTH ROW: F. Borik, D. Ware K. Stibbles. L. Mayville, G. Maurer, S. Dar- row, D. Forrester, S. Hogan, D. Close, L Kremkow, N. MacKenzie, D. Copeland, D Stibbles, R. Rysse, S. Aschenbrenner BOTTOM ROW: R. Morse, K. Evans, L Rankin, S. Click, T. Nabb, L. Evans. band Band activities furthered the students musical background by providing varied experiences. In addition to the practice af- forded in class, band members also had the opportunity to do some marching at the football games and some performing for regular concert audiences. Under the direction of Mr. Na- pier, the band contributed pride and spirit to our school. 108!organizations TOP RIGHT: Mr. Crumback assists Co-op students. BOTTOM RIGHT: Dorothy Sabo on her job at the General Store. CENTER: Lana Thompson relaxes between selec- tions. LEFT: Herb Schenden warms up before class. g TOP ROW: Bob Jones, Jerry Collard. Doug Trelfa. Steve Duchane, Terresa Hansen. Dennis Abney. Jim Mitchell., SECOND ROW: Sherry Dippold. Jodi Hess. Debbie Fuller. Joyce Newcomb, Jane Otis, Duane Houck. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Morse, Dor- thy Sabo. Beth Siterlet, Vickey Vedder. Beckie Bowen, Bunny Mroz. Barb Law- rence. Debbie LaMirand, Marcia Culp, Charlene Kozemchick. co-op The purpose of Co-op was to give qualified Seniors an oppor- tunity to work part time while going to school. With Mr. Crumback as their sponsor, Co-op helped to make responsible adults out of the stu- dents who participated in the program. Some 36 Seniors took part in this year's Co-op and their indi- vidual efforts reflected maturity on our school. organizations!109 ski club TOP ROW: J. Campeau, B. Vis, T. Murphy, D. Tepatti, L. Cahill, A. Talkington. SEC OND ROW: P. Keymer, J. Furman, D. Wil liams, S. Novak, D. Seckert, D. Charbo- neau, D. Marzolf. H. Armstrong, M. O'- Connell. BOTTOM ROW: L. Strong, K Foote, D. Radtke, R. Robertson, G. Cook, B Te atti, K. Romine, D. Guidot, J. Gut- - P shall. The Ski Club fully enjoyed the snow this year especially during their successful trip to Canada. Under the direction of Mr. McConnell, they sold ice cream and twinkies at lunch in order to raise enough money to pay for part of theirtrip. 110! organizations ' .vis ' ' ' ' fgfgf my '- :Z -.w'f.v'::,-5 1 3295 TOP LEFT: Cathy Kuhn and Ben Rajala sell lunchtime snacks to make money for the ski trip. TOP RIGHT: Terry Murphy hams it up. BOTTOM CENTER: Edsel White, Brent Smith, and Eric Maurer play with gusto. BOTTOM LEFT: Ski club members head for the slopes. pep band Spirit and enthusiasm was the main objective of the Pep Band. The Pep Band was composed of many high school band mem- bers. Jim Mitchell and Wes Car- roll guided and directed the band They started each Varsity Basket- ball Game off by playingthe Na- tional Anthem. TOP ROW: Linda Michael, Mary Michael. Dawn Close, Terry Murphy, Brent Sam- pier, Gloria Henry. SECOND ROW: Nancy Mackenzie, Brent Smith, Liza Rithcey. Mike Yost, Herb Schenden, Brian Dippold, Scott Atwood, Karen Stibbles, Diana Copeland. Mona Carroll, Eric Maurer. BOTTOM ROW: Diane Forester, Larry Clark, Frank Borik, Jim Mitchell, Dana Stibbles, Wes Carroll, Gayle Maurer, Shar- on Kinnunen, Debbie Ward. organizationsflll w f K 1 3 z i ' Lg 1 4 -.111 ,. M f , Q A L, office aids 'mf ff ,,..J Helping students and teachers was the task of the office aids. Under the guidance of Mrs. Jan- owski, they typed, filed, answered the phone, took messages, and generally worked to make school operations more harmonious. TOP ROW: Mrs. Janowski, Jodi Hess, Ellen Rankin. SECOND ROW: Paula Strautz, Beckie Bowen, Ann Pine, Terresa Hansen. BOTTOM ROW: Sally Smith. TOP CENTER: Ann Talklngton does some filing in the periodical room. RIGHT CEN- TER: Using the P.A. is one of Becky Vos- mIk's many jobs as an office aid. FAR RIGHT: Plenty of typing keeps Teresa Hansen busy. CENTER: Sally Smith dou- ble checks the absence sheet. BOTTOM LEFT: Mlss Wllcox supervises as Kerry Hltchlngs checks out a book. organizations!113 drama Under the management of Mrs. Evans, Drama took place in the cafeteria this year, where they used the stage and lighting equipment. There was an ad- vanced Drama Class offered to those students who had taken Drama 1 or who had some previ- ous acting experience. Presenting a play to the Ele- mentary School, and to the High School, was what they did to en- tertain students throughout the schoolyear. i l14!organizations in ar Q14 L-i if - '93 N11 " A ,521 xl? . L ' - H .V 5 :- art Mrs. Lucas formed the Art Club in order to promote the students interest in art. They attended various art shows throughout the year and offered an art scholarship for a student planning to further their education in the art field. organizations!115 TOP ROW: Debbie Ware. SECOND ROW: Mary Harvey, Dave Charboneau. THIRD ROW: Lou Ann Mayville, Dennis McKinney, Terry Thorton, Phyllis Hall, April Verellen. Ed Conklin. FOURTH ROW: Linda Bennett. Patty Lutman, Jane Savoy, Mrs. Jones, Ann Pine, Tim Baker, Mike Mayville. FIFTH ROW: Debbie Klaus, Robin Strautz, Debi Verellen. BOTTOM ROW: Lezlie Morse, Karen Romine, Mike Karrick. Saturday morning lucbers, wracked nerves, and newly moth- ered advisers all contributed to the ultimate hasle of hassles, the 1974 Pirate Log. Their efforts reaped tremendous benefits 116!organizations yearbook through the feeling of having really accomplished something. Yearbook, headed by Ms. Evans, "enjoyed" another successful and fruitful year. . T494- ,sas tt X F va. Air-Q 14 if .JE 3 C vi :S wgigsiggtf f' M-at ,za TOP LEFT Teri Thorton cuts pictures for the theme section TOP CENTER Ann Pine lines copy on a Senior mat TOP RIGHT Jane Savoy checks final mats be fore mailing CENTER Ed Conklin and Teri Thorton discuss ideas for the closing BOTTOM RIGHT Dave Tepattl confers with Mrs Tessmer about an article BOT TOM CENTER Llz Wellborn looks through another paper for ideas for the Pirate s Word TOP ROW Rick Robertson Jeanne Cam peau Charlie Wlykovlcs Tom McPhail Paula Strautz BOTTOM ROW Bill Knight Liz Wellborn, Nancy Wollenhaupt, Dave Tepattu, Mary Michael, Mrs Tessmer 8 2 ti. 3' Q Sie ..Jvc 'E 5 at at tv 1' - -:- 1 4 sf- . 3,-4, 'L '. Q-.at await'-1-f fwis 55 is-'ive -is rierrifvyiitl 3. ag, ,Q as , ,,. .,,,,, it Q i- 'I Q journalism The Pirates Word staff got off to a great start with several new members and a new adviser, Mrs. Tessmer. The paper also had sev- eral new features, one of which was "Remember When" column. The school newspaper is a vital and necessary forum for student and faculty opinion. This year's staff worked toward fulfilling that noble purpose. organizations!l17 1 18!sports TOP LEFT: Arvid Kallen, Brad Fish- er, Bob Schmidt, and Mike Wilcox- en prepare for the rough day's practice ahead. TOP CENTER: Coach Hand informs the golfers about the league meet. BOTTOM RIGHT: Bill Vis shows the correct follow-through. BOTTOM CENTER: Varsity golfers perfect certain as- pects ofthe golf swing. pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckeny pinckeny pinckeny pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney pinckney 163 171 171 155 155 155 174 173 332 156 153 331 158 153 153 311 162 330 82 fowlerville Stockbridge williamston haslett grand ledge dewitt williamston northville haslett tour bath Stockbridge pinckney tour leslie Deffy fowlerville league meet bath regional state final - dan loiselle 208 200 181 160 168 184 176 164 161 168 189 178 186 178 TOP ROW: Bob Schmidt, Terry Murphy, Brad Fisher, Dennis McKinney, Brent Smith. Mike Wilcoxen, Jim Selleck, Mr. Hand - Coach. BOTTOM ROW: Kirk Mc- Ginn, George Kraljevich, Dan Loiselle, Diane Marzolf, Bill Vis, Rick Winslow, Ar- vid Kallen. ve- ""' I .. ' - .. "S 'au M Vi e if ,C '. ' - 'F 1, -1, - i ' fkizf-xv, 1..- golf The Pinckney Golfers proved again that they were the TOP golf team in the Ingham County League with an- other undefeated league record. The Pirates swept the league, plac- ing four players in the top six and grabbed third in the regional. With all the Varsity members com- ing back and some J.V. men and wom- en coming up, next years season should be most promising. Coach Hand feels his golfers have a good start at the state meet. Bill Vis and Dan Loiselle captured Co-Captain while Dan was voted M.V.P. 12O!spo rts i TOP LEFT: Harold Neuman leads the day's practice. MIDDLE LEFT: Coach Ash starts the meet against Brighton. MIDDLE RIGHT: Ed Conkoln and Dave Perkins round the final turn. BOTTOM LEFT: Jerry "Super" Huhman strides in first. TOP ROW: Chuck Monteith. Larry Clark, Wes Carroll, Eric Maurer, Ed Conklin, Don Joffrion. Dean McCall, Mike Malik. BOT- TOM ROW: Bob McCall, Harold Neuman. Dan Amburgey. David Perkins, Jerry Huhman, Steve Lewis, Mike Williams. Robert Ash - Coach. cross country This year's Pirate thinclads put it all together to turn out proba- bly the best Cross Country team Pinckney has ever had. Paced by Jerry Huhman and Harold Newman and inspired by Coach Doug Ash, the harriers captured the first Pinckney Cross Country League Meet ever. Bob McCall and Dan Amburgy were also medal winners. The Pirates also raced to first in the Hudson invitational and finished a fine second in their own meet behind a high ranked Class "B" team. Jerry and Harold were voted together the MVP award while dashing Dave Perkins received most improved. With the loss of many top Se- niors, next year will begin a re- building program. But by far, the Pirates will not be counted out from anything. - TOP ROW: Trainer Al Baker, Manager Mike Cook, Trainer Bob Mosher. SECOND ROW: Coach John Sturock, Rick Robert- son, John Pine, John Conklin, Lance Kuhn, Steve Barnard, Jim Darrow, Dave Tucker. Floyd Mackenzie, Gregg Cook, Coach Tom Wilson. THIRD ROW: Harry West. Mike Gramer, Rick Stone. Dan VanCoppenolle, Bill Baker, Dan Cooke. Steve Bishop, Mike Latimer, Dave Hollis- ter, John Parker, Steve Duchane. BOT- TOM ROW: Rick White, Mike LeBow, John Barker, Tom Wynn, Mike Barnard, Chuck Delatorre, George Reynolds, Kelly Rosen- berger, George Charboneau. Dale Meitz, Dave Charboneau. varsity football The slogan forthis years Pirate football team was "Effort is Ev- erything", and it really described our team's season. Plagued with two losses early in the season, the Pirates displayed superb "effort" and rebounded to win five straight. They ended with a fine 7-2 record, thus duplicating last years performance. Even though the Pirates fin- ished second in the league they proved that they were the best by routing the league leading Fow- lerville Gladiators by a score of 39 to 20. Coach Tom Wilson and Coach John Sturock displayed great coaching ability. - P 9 "0 57 5 W . ixa TOP CENTER: Coaches Wilson and Stu- rock direct the plays from off the field. TOP RIGHT: Captain Floyd Mackenzie and Rick Stone open the hole for Kelly Rosen- berger. BOTTOM RIGHT: A proud Pirate offense awaits the signals. BOTTOM CEN- TER: The Pirate defense just missed de- flecting the pass. BOTTOM LEFT: Chuck DeLaTorre boots an extra point attem pt. sports!123 124!sports j.v. football The J.V. Football team had a fine season this year, displaying great leadership, enthusiasm, and determination. With a season record of 6-2, the team exhibited excellent talent that will be need- ed for Varsity in the years to come. Coach Szostek and Coach Gagswell expressed much happi- ness at the final out come of the season. 1. BOTTOM ROW: Mark Ringle, Bob Valen- tine, Richard Yoder, Roger White, Don Vierling, Tom Stone, Dale Wilson, Monte Lane, Russ Valentine, Coach Tim Gog- swell. MIDDLE ROW: Craig Parker. Kevin Law, Mitch Bergeron, Jack Chamberlain, Rob Ruggles, John Marcoux. Ken Valen- tine. Bob Willson, Doug Gallup. TOP ROW: Gary Wilste, Ron Vierling, Ken Gearhart, Jim LaRosa, Dave Minock, Bruce Pelto Rick Clark, Bob Evans, Dennis Smeckert Coach Szostek. , YE. TOP LEFT: Coach Szostek talks strategy with Bob Evans. TOP MIDDLE: Three yards and a cloud of dust. MIDDLE LEFT: J.V.'s rejoice after a victory. BOTTOM MIDDLE: My gIasses?! Where are my glasses?!! BOTTOM RIGHT: Rugged J.V. defense. sports! 125 k 1 girl's basketball The girls really got into the swing of things this year. For the first time the Pirate women participat- ed in a league. They also went to a state tournament. The girls have the drive, bustle. and determination needed to be victorious. Loretta Yoder and Jackie Bar- kau received the Co-Captains award. Jackie was voted as the Most Valuable Player. The Junior Varsity was coached by Mrs. Conklin and the Varsity was coached by Mrs. Andresen. TOP CENTER: Kathy Kuhn outmoves her tall opponent. RIGHT CENTER: Loretta Yoder drives in for a lay-up. BOTTOM CENTER: Lorl Schenden arches one up for two points. BOTTOM LEFT: A big part of the J.V.'s success was their fast break. f ...J A rre., Qafilihgl l QW. l sports!l27 varsity basketball TOP ROW: Coach D.J. Lincoln, Mike Gra- mer, Steve Wilste. Kevin Douglas, Steve Bishop, Jim Darrow, Bill Vis, Lance Kuhn, Gary Wilste. Mike Latimer. BOTTOM ROW: Terry Bysdlo, Dan Amburgey, Dennis McKinney, George Reynolds, Chuck Dela- torre, Rick White, Kelly Rosenberger, Robert Schmidt. The Pirate Varsity got off to a slow start, but came on strong at the end to grab a second in the Ingham County league just be- hind a powerful Leslie team. The team produced a 15 and 5 record which is the best the Pirates have had under Coach Lincoln since his arrival. The 74 tournment prospects are very bright with Mr. Lincoln confident of a District win and rising in the Regionals. Next years outlook is also bright with overhalfthe team returning. BOTTOM-LEFT: Steve unleashes a 2 point- er. TOP: Steve Bishop gets the tip. FAR RIGHT: Mlke Latmer shows his good de- fense position. BOTTOM: Georgs Rey- nolds drives through the defense. sports! 129 il -J .-, MJ X 3,4 its 1- .ll E TOP ROW: Coach Ron Nurberger, Dale Mietz, Brian Dewey, Rick Winslow, Steve Lewis, Jim LaRosa, George Kraljivich. BOTTOM ROW: Rick Clark, Richard Yoder, Ron Veirling, George Tanner, Don Jof- frion, Steve Thompson, Roger White. j.v. basketball What this years Junior Varsity lacked in height and size they made up for in speed and ability. Although the team did not cap- ture the league title, they did turn out a winning season and win- ning attitudes. The team was composed of mainly juniors and two promising freshman. Coach Nurnberger feels the team members have the drive and talent to turn out more winning seasons in the fu- ture. Mr. Nurnberger has high hopes for next years season, pos- sibly the league championship. TOP ROW: Coach Robert Vaughn, Dave Charboneau, Dave Hollister, Dan Cooke, John Pine, Coach John Hand. MIDDLE ROW: Matt Prahl, Tom McPhail, Glen Kin- sey, Joe Malik, Bob Mosher. BOTTOM ROW: Chuck Monteith, Dennis Smeckert, Dave Perkins, John Barkau, Dale Wilson. wrestling Wrestling is a very demanding sport. ln fact, the average athlete wouldn't put up with the aggrava- tion, heartbreak and demands on livingthat this sport requires. The Pirate wrestling team overcame all the hardships and ended the season with a fine record. The wrestling team was so successful that they were 11-3 in dual meets and placed either lst or 2nd in every tournament in which they competed, including a second place finish in the league. Coach Hand and Coach Vaughn were well pleased with the final outcome of the wrestling season and expressed deep thanks to all graduating seniors. Jr., L . 'yr I n gn .if V 5' j I l, y -uv 6 2-THA 22' arf if ., 1 Q .. , Q N , ,Q -. H ' I J TS-5, Qu A . ., ,v N 1 W Kp ix Ailllk-X ' fm'-"i'5P.H'?'f! by . an I ni V Lap" 1if" Hs ff 7' fi- f'q 3 V ,Q 5 fit U Ffewf , rv "" ' 'fi , 55,8 ' lo . A 11:95. 'I ' .lv...n..L..L..I.La--..K. , I Q ia.. , ha. WSQWQ, .1 mC' 'W"hv"7"f' tiff' '4 J -- fi' fiwIY,,' alma gr. 1 M in 9 W mr x H rigmjrzgnfq "H+ ww 134!s po rts TOP LEFT: Rick sets the pace. TOP CEN- TER: Coach Wilson instructs the correct way to stretch out. BOTTOM CENTER: Rick polevaults with skill. BOTTOM RIGHT: Running with pride and confidence. BOTTOM ROW: L-R, Coach Robert Vauhn. Rick Robertson, Jack Vasher, Steve Thompson, Frank Parrish, Erik Maurer, Wes Carroll, Coach Tom Wilson. SECOND ROW: L-R, Rick White, Larry Clark, Harold Heuman, Mike Barnard, Tim Baker, Den- nis Smeckert. THIRD ROW: Steve Lewis. David Tucker, Tom Minohan, Bob Vorght, Tim Runyon, Bob Mosher. FOURTH ROW: L-R, Bernie Maruszewski. Rick Winslow, Tom Baker, Bob Valentine, George Reynolds, Mike Gramer. TOP ROW: L-R, Harrison West, Jack Chamberlain, Greg Rowland, Dennis Abney, Lance Kuhn. track Track is a matter of inches and the Pirate track team really proved that saying true Last year's team had a fine season placing a strong third inthe league. They repeated being the Livingston County Champions beatingthe second place team by a huge margin. men are returning. Qualifying for the State Meet for the first time in Pinckney his tory was Jim Young, who set a new school record with a vault of 12'6". He was also voted the MVP at the spring sports banquet Coach Wilson and Vaughn think this year's team should be a real powerhouse since many letter TOP ROW: Mr. Nurnberger - Coach, S Wiltse, R. Nowitske, SECOND ROW: M Briejak, B. Plummer, N. Roth, M. Engel, B Engel, THIRD ROW: A. Vanderhoof, F MacKenzie, K. Rosenberger, M. Wilcoxen C. VanCoppenolIe. BOTTOM ROW: B. Bak er, T. Wynn, J. Barker. D. Amburgey, M Latimer. TOP CENTER: Roy Nowltzkie throws the winning pitch. TOP RIGHT: Tom Wynn connects for a homer. BOTTOM LEFT: Gary Wlltse, one of Pinckney's finest hitters. baseball The Pirate baseball teams showed great determination last season in holding down their end of the all sports trophy. Although the Varsity was dis- appointed with their 6th place finish in the league, the prospects for the 1974 season are very encouraging. On the other hand, the J.V. Baseball team enjoyed a fine sea- son, tying for 1st in the league while completing an excellent 13- 3 record. South defense played a strong part in many of their games. Coach Ron Nurnburger and Coach Stanley Szotek predict a better or as good a season this year as last year. Coach Nurnburger is the new Varsity head coach this year tak- ing over for Mr. Wesley Reader who retired after 32 years of service. TOP ROW: B. Evans, D. Joffrion. SECOND ROW: J. Marcoux, G. Wiltse, R. Vierling, J. l.aRosa, R. Ruggles. THIRD ROW: B. Valentine, D. Cooke, D. Dyke. FOURTH ROW: B. Shirey. D. Meitz. K. Val- entine. C. Briejak. D. Jones. FIFTH ROW: S. Clay- ton, R. Clark. M. Kremkow, K. Miller. BOTTOM ROW: J. Pappert. P. Desnoyers, M. Linn, B. Pelto. G.Tanner. s po rts!137 C .f 451- ,,4,,, f is J, ,.-+..., J., , . H. ..,i. ' TOP ROW: Jackie Barkau - Co-Capt., Annette Williams. BOTTOM ROW: Cammy Kraljevich, Jeanette Lyson, Cindy Jones, Diane Meyer, Janie Gutshall. 2251 el so.-af' heerleaders One important aspect of a winning team and season is en- thusiasm. This years enthusiasm was created by our Varsity and J.V. Cheerleaders. The cheerlead- ers job did not stop after a game. They planned and lead the pep assemblies, skits, class cheering competition, and over-all spirit. They also were responsible for the football and basketball pro- grams sold at the games. 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IWBIWKS marina brighton floor covering 9641 Ci9Xf9V'PiV1CkneY road 421 west main, brighton 426-4333 229-9571 46 Congratulations Class of Happiness IS your dream come true IVIURIEL S BRIDAL Downtown Brighton Prom And Special Occaslon Gowns weddmg servnce by muruels 7351 valley forge brighton 229 2492 the nutshell pmckney commumty clnnlc 107 east mam, plnckney 375 mall street, pmckney 878 3489 878 3151 '74 LL 71 ' Pl ri , "Yi, 51, gyrgi , ,FN ,si rf ' x 1,2 I I -xi N N -.,,.-.L ...Kham AC SCO 461 dexter road pmckney 878 3138 L-R -X-4 R ISV'-:fy S hardware crow s nest pizzeria 114 WGST mam DIUCKUGY 3665 Creston pinckney 378 3221 878-6416 thesier equipment co. INN Joan ocean ',fmwrM.1 ff 28342 pontiac trail, south Iyon 437-2092 149 ima ia Q nn, ,,'.-,,,. munsell supermarket utsell s clothmg 153 mam street gregory 102 west grand raver howell 498 2643 546 1370 yax jewelry howlett hardware 108 east grand raver howell mam Street SVGSOVY 546 2180 498 2715 mx beurmann s furniture hohday mn 2700 east grand rnver howell 125 hohday lane howen 546 0250 546 6800 ,P fin? portage Iaketradmg post laws' Store mc 9270 mC8"9SOV road. DIVWCKNGY 205 west mam, brughton 426 4114 229 4360 +5 A ,.5QHgJ,u .f A f ' fs f . ---, . - L,-35 ,:.- E3 , QVX: I, .... H V. H H , .. K 1 I 0 lie ' K Q . . I ' v . , v x ' ' ' X 1 ! S. T J SALES SAIL BOATS DEALERS FOR FLYING SCOTT INTERLAKE REBEL RASCAL FIREBALL SUNFISH SAILFISH MANY OTHERS RENTALS SAILING LESSONS GATORTRAILERS FITTINGS SWAGING t 1 sales hallo golfcenter 426 4155 hilltop ford and mercury 2798 east grand raver howell 546 2250 9072 dexter-pinckney rd., dexter 1277 east m-36, pinckney 152 gs Q' CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS OF '74 FROM A "gf: FE 'ik' mg swf ' nrnivgfx MALIK HOME BUILDERS malnk homes 2422 east m 36 pmckney 878 3798 L duck s b Ilne bar mary wolter real estate howell pmckney road 7421 dexter pmckney rd dexter 546 9392 426 8188 J o ' 1 ? S y . S- X --S-1' '?"7:. - , A -4 My ,.. - W Qalfr 1 1- Z K- . ': - V " X pf. W ' -fix. iii-' " 'NR W N 'T " VV ,V . 4 1" I - N l - A4- w'x:" ' , Z - -b f ,. ' ,Q rd'-.5.l' Iy- ,I ' ', . ,- '. - .' --,fylnu f .: fi Q --X,-g.::,:.,: , , ..A-.1,--E34-'I' 5 'fl 5- 'Q Vi . 1 lf" 1 11 :A .- . 1- va-, A-. - '-V .- .f..4, v f .u 1, , , 1 , "Ag, -,:. . , .. J gy, 'R , 54 1 5:5 -,1 '. i' -""- 1' 1 I ' - 1 K VV -i VV .. L: isglii, , M Q' ll ' x . ,u .JY . H . Qs, 0 ii -,Ai 9 - ,M ,H 4-55 : ,X 5 2- f- .- . , . . - - U V' curtls lawnmower sales 84 service 7495 east m 36 lakeland 229 4610 ,ab manufacturmgco dancer department store 7495 m 36' hamburg 1225 east grand river, howell ac9 7857 546 2786 Q v lui? S- " " " H I E ii 3 2 a 2 AN CO. 154 CHEVRU LET gordon slayton chevrolet mc ron s floor covering 861 east grand raver howell 6472 east m 36 546 4 240 227 5730 XX evra? dairy dip burger den putnam pinckney 878-6660 lakevlew roller rlnk hamlln mccaln trucking unc 10595 east grand raver brighton 27483 pontiac trail south lyon 229-4311 437 1777 Fi' Il 11u1W':':.U1"'l 1 ha mbu rg screw products co robert hall clothes 7425 m 36 hamburg 5580 east grand raver howell 227 6157 546 6522 242372 Qsrwq-,Vw-w. .-R , ., . ,S ,,, -,gmlim N 11 wut , 'H , -. ER ROAD Professional Bldg R DAVID BROOKS D0 CHARlES R LYON D0 BAKER CONST bakerconsvuchonco 2512carpenterroad annarbor 971 9670 P' 'Ji ads!157 GOODNOWS g00dr10wSv1Hage SVIOD mayvnlle sales Slservlce 210 West BV-and VIVGV howell 11417 south hamburg road hamburg 546 0320 229 9856 cltnzen's mutual Insurance co ' 645 west grand ruver, howell 546 2160 158!ads L. . ' 1. Pu '. . ' . " 'r'-,' . H. sl I .- Z'-5-jr A . punckney pharmacy Dennett brown unsurance agency 101 east mam pmckney 9419 mam whrtmore lake 878 3155 449 2742 yoder marine products HOOVGVCNGVYHCZ' 250 dexter road plnckney 435 W 3 mlle 878 6306 449 4411 Mix, M311 SITEEI , W mann st eet apparrel 102 t k EARLT BRANDES PRESS Room CONSULTANT BRANDES SALES CO BRANDES AUTOMATIC PRESSES AND ACCESSORIES NEW AND USED EQUIPMENT es man pnc y 8786776 lg! fff, georges market 11 1 pearl, pmckney 878 3731 T V l IYF. ' K A H , I 4 - I 5 Q, C A I DISSS I 5 ' r w 'n, i ne I f ' :I f ' Q x - 4.. 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