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READ MUCH? Seniors find required hook good hut time consuming. Jame Wood Gary W ynn Kohert Wood Martin Yakovich SENIORS 99
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CREAM OF TIIF a ‘a l«‘mir crop arc the National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalists: Front row: Ken Cutler. Jean Kiihovils, Margaret Burrow, and Tom Mantuefel. Baek row: Steve Lundeen. Mike Lien, F.il llintz, and Mike Herman. Missing is Jeff Froelieh. Diana Wilcox Janet W ildman Arthur W illers Phyllis Williams
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Junior Officers Choose King Style, Organize Prom Plans The class of 1966 approached its junior year with great excitement. Having finally gained the respect which automatically ac¬ companies a varsity standing, all 799 juniors looked forward to the year of preparation which precedes that all-important senior year. Testing programs were an extensive part of their preparations. The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test paved the way for the Scholastic Aptitude Test, administered in the senior year and considered important for college applica¬ tion. Arithmetic tests and the National Merit Scholarship Test were also a part of the Juniors 9 testing experience. Many scholastic advantages were snapped U P by juniors as additions to their heavy sched¬ ules. French III was added to Rocky ' s language department and all of the language classes made extensive use of the popular language lab. A group of juniors chose to take the senior course of economics and government, leaving their senior year free for Senior American History, a college course. As members of the varsity, junior boys greatly aided the athletic program and helped spur the football, basketball, tennis, swimming. wrestling, and track teams of Rocky on to bigger and better things. Three junior girls added their voices to the varsity cheerleading squad. The Watchtower staff was strengthened by the addition of junior assistants, who will share the responsibility of putting out next year ' s annual. During the fall, juniors studied the art of journalism. They practiced writing, editing, and managing a newspaper and put their knowl¬ edge into practice on the school newspaper, the Crimson Crier , during the second semester. The Junior Class Play was one of the junior ' s many achievements. The Drama Club, Pep Club, Pan-American League, Future Teachers of America, French and German Clubs, Y-Teens, and Boy ' s Hi-Y were all outlets for the school spirit which was an important part of the per¬ sonality of the junior class. With the arrival of their class rings in the spring, the juniors began to look for the close of their second year at Rocky High. The Junior- Senior Prom, which was planned by the junior class, and the selection of two girls and two boys as Junior Marshals officially brought the school year to an end. Leading the junior class during the 64-65 school year are officers Stan Dawson, President; Jean Dominick, Secretary; and Cordon Fllingsworth. Vice-President. 100 JUNIORS
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