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Page 169 text:
LISTENING WITH EXCITEMENT to an aorount of the football game are Rick Sleek, Russ Scott. Marvin Stewart, E«I Slivken, Katlii Syrett, Marge Ziffrin, Cheri llinman. ami Marty Mosenfelder. Kelly Gersick is relating the st€ ry. DRAMATICS 165
Page 168 text:
SWIM I RACE AT DINNER ar« J. It., Tom Manteuffel: hi? children. Preston Boyd. Jody Schnieder, Jim Karmen, Cheryl Giefman; and his wife, Pam Muench. Pete Settle and Gary Berg display their masks. I HE GLEE CLl B sings for Miss Dove, Karen Itirkhahn, while she is sick in the hospital. (»lee club members are Sianey Turner, Betsy McDonald, Lorene Schreiner, llolly Ecker- man, Jan Caldwell. Jim Graham, Bill Bate¬ man. and Judy fox. 44 Miss Hove” MISS DOY E, played by Karen Birkhahn, gets advice from her favorite presi dent I eddy Roosevelt, played by Randy Slusser, as Gerry Gibson. Don Beyer, Jane Eriedlund, and Randy Witter look on. 164 DRAMATICS
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Good Sportsmanship Displayed, Promoted Ky Lettermen ' s Club Members MEMBERS OF THE Lettermen ' s Club finding time to pose for a picture are. First row: Lonnie Elliott, Steve Wilson, Gary Schnittgrund, Vince Sapinski, Bob Wood, Don Wentler, and Randy Alridgc. Second row: Jim Jenning, Colin Bream, Steve Clark, .41 Bream, Rick Simmon, Greg Bell, and Larry Benker. Third row: Bill Cleair, Craig Kuriger, Stan Dawson, Dane Chris¬ tenson, Bill Stengel, Rod Jenning, and Steve Dawson. Fourth row: Harold Kaller, JefT Maurus, Terry Crawford, Ken Evans, and Dave Andich. Fifth row: Scott Sheer, Gary Anderson, Marc Gellerman, Dave Kirkwood, Tom Sower, Steve Shullaw, and Dan Reynold . The Lettermen ' s Club is one of the most active clubs in high school. To become a member of the club, a hoy must have earned a major letter in either football, cross-country, basketball, track, wrestling, swimming, tennis, or golf. Lettermen serve the school in other ways beside their sport’s activity. Other worth¬ while activities of the club are: ushering at the football and basketball games, assisting in the running of junior high track meets, and contributing to charitable organiza¬ tions and school drives. The highlite of the clubs activities is the annual faculty-lettermen basketball game. They also sponsor a girl for the Kiwanis Karnival Queen. The Lettermen wear their red sweaters a- dorned with their earned letters and num¬ bers. 166 LETTERMAN
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