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BRINGING ROCK ISLAND a sweepstakes trophy in the Area Speech Contest atc--F irst Row: Karen Abel, Lois Nelson, Janice Draper, and Sharon Zeffem. Second Row: Joy Goldfarb, Prudy Brissman, Kathleen Syrrett, and Pat Collins. Last Row: Tom Mantueffel, Bill Robison, Gary Berg, and Bill Piehl. ON TO STATE” is not only a basketball cheer but is also applicable to the speech department. State speakers are First Row: Prudy Brissman, Karen Abel, Lois Nelson, and Annick Trop. Last Row: Bill Robison, Bob Martin, and Tom Mantueffel. Missing are: David Spector and Kitty Ekonomos. Top Scholars, Speech Students Show Their Skills lOCKY’S TOP SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVERS earned this distinction y out ranking the rest of the school’s 590 students. The top ten, with nrir grade points after five semesters of high school work, are — ' seated: Jackie Arnold, 97.45; John Robertson, 97.10; Sara Erb, 97.04; Mark Nitekman, %.88; Anne Hibbard, 96.60; and David Wood, 96.35. Standing: Richard Nelson, 96.25; Julie Hollingsworth, 96.09; Prudy Brissman, %.00; and Mary Valsoano, 95.95. SCHOOL LIFE 17
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AFS ' ERS, both foreign and domestic, gather to discuss their various experiences in strange lands. The inter¬ national travelers are Fran- cisca Ortiz-Suarez, Katherine Hotvedt, Lilly Akrapreedee, and Rudy Pellizzoni. AFS Program Promotes International Good WiU EAGER TO LEARN American customs, Rudy Pellizzoni, Rocky’s AFS student from Argentina, tries his luck at football. ALSO EAGER TO LEARN is Lilly Akrapreedee, AFS’- er from Thialand. Here she tries out a malt at a local drive-in. LOOKING OVER A selection of American music, Francisca draws comparisons between this music and the music of her native Puerto Rico. 16 SCHOOL LIFE
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HERE COME THE RO KS. The Crimson and Gold take the field prior to their 13 12 Homecoming victory over East Moline. A FITTING AFTERMATH TO A Homecoming victory is a Homecoming Dance. Rocky Combines Floats, Football Victory, Festive ROCKY ' S CHEERLEADERS LEAD The school in a back-bending cheer. RESPONDING TO THE CHEER. Hocky students loudly back the Rocks. 18 HOMECOMING
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