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Darrell Ahney Steven Adam Stewart Adamn Junior Agy HonaM Alhrighl IN ' ggy Ander Dwight Andernon Martha Anderson (.ail ndirh Stephen Andlch Cdward Anthony Katherine Armstrong Harry Atkin Charles Austin Mike A erill (larlon Ayala Kosemary liaghy Mary Kllon Hain Joel Baker Jonathan Baker Beverlee Bale Mike Bank Boh Bai lo r Brian Barger Dennis liarkan Mike Barker Susan Barker Gloria llarnr Kathy Barm ' ll Dianna Barnewolt Mary Barr Steve Bateman Cheryl Baltin (ilon Baugh Cynthia Beam Judy Beasley Janie . Beeker Zelma Beeker Ste e Bell Dehhie liemlt Carolyn Benjamin Biehard Bennett Dan Benson Steve Benton John Berenger Steve Berg Bill liertelsen Vicki Bos Boh Bevans V ran liianehi Mary Biggs Chris Bjorn Kileen Bladel Mike Bladel JefT lilaser Fran Bledsoe SOPHOMORES I 19
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As the school doors opened in September, Rocky witnessed the entrance of 805 eager hut bewildered sophomores. These students faced a year of challenge and excitement never before experienced. They became acquainted with Silas Marner and the insides of a frog. They learned, and not any too soon, how willing their upperclassmen were to trick them. The biggest portion of the year was spent adjusting to the many changes which occur upon entering high school. Crowded halls, a lively cafeteria, split assemblies, two dismissal times, and literally hundreds of new faces were problems met by underclassmen. Sophomores, through their counselors and a six-weeks course. Sophomore Problems, were able to discuss and solve their problems. Along with these difficulties, however, came a new world of friends and activities. Joining any of the many fine clubs at Rocky was one of the new experiences open to Soph¬ omores. Membership in these clubs gave them a chance to see leadership in action and to ob¬ serve the duties connected with each job of each club. In order that the sophomores could play a part in the governing of the school, each homeroom elected its representative to the student senate. Sophomore sports ineluded foot¬ ball, basketball, tennis, golf, traek. and cross country, athletics in all of which they excelled, five girls were chosen to lead the Pebbles on to victory and to console their classmates after another Friday morning contest defeat. Regard¬ less of the outcome of the contests pep assem¬ blies were an important part of school life. Sophomores soon discovered that they do a great deal to build a strong school spirit. In¬ deed, Rock Island Senior High offers the sopho¬ more many opportunities to develop socially as well as academically. The s« phomore year at Rocky is a very im¬ portant one. This is the year in which the ac¬ tivities and line of study lor tin future years are determined. The wise decisions made at this time will not only greatly aid the student, but also the high school as a whole. This yt ar’s sophomore class emerged with great ability and exuberance, and showed itself ready to be next year’s middle classmen. HEADING THEIR CLASS art the sophomore officer ; president. Jack Derrick; secretary, Jo Ellen Swedburg; anti vice-president, Cari Sheets. 118 SOPHOMORES
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Edward Blirk Sandy Blomgren Weldon Blo« m K«jjf r Bodin Toby BoMHrll Buthann Boteh Joann Boultinghoutie I inda Bowyer Jerry Boxman Preston Boyd Palmer Boynton Cathrine Bradlrv Pam Bradley Bill Bradley (larolyn Bragg Shirley Bragg Bill Bragg Della Braughton Dave Breck Bill Brege Pat Brennan Beth Brotman Chris Brown Derris Brown Maggie Brown Tom Brown Karin Brtihn Orville Bryan Louedna Bunker Jim Burgess Ed Bursott Mike Bylowsdy Dana Caldwell Steven Callen Tony Campagna Pat Campbell Dytine Cantrell Barbara Canum Julie Carlsen Danny Carlson Dave Carlson Marvin Carlson 120 SOPHOMORES
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