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Sneaking to get a ' Classic Coke ' was almost a daily event for Senior Jason Carter. The band was in good spirits on the night of Homecoming. Marisol Rodriquez and Iris San- While enjoying singing along, Tiffa- doval take a break from dancing at ny Davis dances the night away. Turnabout. 6 CLASSIC EVENTS
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Entertainment: The Classics Revived It’s movie time The theaters with their var- ied movies were popular enter- tainment for teachers and stu- dents. Several hit movies aired in the Spring and Fall. Fatal At- traction, Three Men and a Baby, Planes, Trains, and Automo- biles, Dirty Dancing, and Less Than Zero were just a few of the better liked movies that were seen by Ingots. Television, like theatre, pro- vided us with many new pro- grams as well as continuations of old ones. Alf, 21 Jump Street, Bill Cosby, and L.A. Law were watched religiously by many. Whether in the movies or on television, three stars seemed to keep reappearing. Patrick Swayze made appearances in Dirty Dancing and Red Dawn; Kirk Cameron showed his ta- lents in Growing Pains and the movie Like Father, Like Son, and Molly Ringwald made appear- ances in For Keeps and The Breakfast Club. J i Marilyn Monroe, a beauty queen from the 50’s and 60’s, was immortalized with a short movie career. Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were a comical duo from the 30’s and 40’s. Marija Watts , Allen Neyhart and Don Phelps help bring back memories of long ago by recreating these famous personalities, respectively. Deanne Dougherty and David Ratliff pose as the modern day Scarlet O ' Hara and Rhett But- ler from the classic Gone With The Wind. Pee Wee Herman, portrayed by Senior David Wallace, was one of the more popular movie stars this past year. Wearing his western shirt, Carl Hennings reminds one of “Howdy Doody, " the star of a classic television series from the 50 s. OPENING 5
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1 nock, knock. Who’s there? It’s the first guest of the evening. All of your close friends are gathering at your house for a game of Pictionary, the latest rage in group entertainment. The stereo is blast- ing with the top ten song, “Push It ,” and bowls of Dori- tos, chips, and popcorn are placed everywhere. All are eating, laughing, and enjoying each other’s company while the drawer is going bizerk trying to make his teammate guess his drawing as the time dwindles down quickly. But Pictionary parties are only the beginning. Stu- dents also love going to the movies, eating at McDon- ald’s, hanging out at the Southlake Mall, and of course, participating in the traditional school events. Kristin Baker and the others were not hesitant in showing their spirit Starting the new tradition of “Mr. In- during the bonfire. got Spirit” was Alex Cajigas. TIME FOR A PICTIONARY PARTY! CLASSIC GET-TOGETHERS CHANGE FROM “EVERYONE AT ARNOLD’S” TO ‘‘EVERYONE AT MY HOUSE” CLASSIC EVENTS 7
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