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SPRING SPORTS, FOR CRIER Contrail makes a telephone call while advertising her assistants Karen Queck and Robert Frink get Assistant Harris Harmon and circulation monager Ann Ruggles open a bundle of ROTO ' s which go with the Crimson Criers. Absent is Jim Bjorkman, assistant. The staff could be seen through the semester writing copy, arranging for pictures to be taken, running copy to Davenport to be printed, and ad¬ ding the finishing touches to complete their pro¬ duct. On Friday the circulation staff would distri¬ bute the papers to the student body. The second semester staff had been trained by Mr. Peschang in a regular, semester-long, journalism class in the fall of the 1960-61 school year. They easily slip into complete management of the paper at the start of the semester. Proofreaders Carol Westensee and Nancy Kail is check over galleys with head proofreader Sandra Turner. Standing: Pic¬ ture editor Pam Bartels and her assistant Suzie Eastland who decide which pictures will ap¬ pear in the next edition. 151 CRIMSON CRIER
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EAGER JUNIORS COVER GRADUATION EVENTS Business Manager Jane manager Sandra Adolphi and ready to collect new ads. The copy editor, and her assistants check copy for any mistakes. They are Bonnie Arp, Peggy Dover, copy editor and Nancy Powers. Co-editor Stephen Geifman looks over the Crimson Crier editorial staff. Kneeling: second page editor Phil Burke, assistant fourth page editor Barbara Becke, assistant second page editor Becky Anderson. Sitting: first page editor Sandra Stoit, assistant first page editor Patricia Clark. Standing: sports assistant Robert Fed- dersen, sports editor John Wenos, sports assistant David Conner. Absent from picture is co-editor Barbara Zef- fren and fourth page editor Lynne Wood. 150 CRIMSON CRIER
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The topic for debate is chosen every year by a na¬ tional board. Over 30,000 schools in the United States debate the same resolution, which this year was — " Re¬ solved: That the United Na¬ tions should be significantly strengthened. " Under the spon¬ sorship of Mr. P. J. Martin, the debaters met every day fourth period and after school where they learned the three R ' s: reasoning, research, and reci¬ tation. The two returning var¬ sity debaters this year were Steven Baxter and William Tyler. There was a total of seventeen debaters. The team participates in ten debates in northwestern Illinois, Steve Baxter practices his speech for the coming debate. Others waiting their turn are: Charles Tropp, Edward Sacks, Ronald Johnson, Ronald Hrebenar, and Bill Tyler. DEBATORS REPRESENT ROCKY AT CONTESTS Other debaters are: Martin Wiss, Wendel Swan, Stephen Geifman, Frank Cromar, Jbck Fields, Mike Gersick, Jim Brittendahl, Earl Stroop, Berkley Willhite, and Jim Deencalf. 152 DEBATERS
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