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Debates Concern Labor Management Disputes COMPOSING THE ROCK Island debate team are FRONT ROW: Malcom Dalkoff, Duane Stevens, Steve Andich, Bruce Leman, Robbie Goldman, Warren Bull, Dave Martin, Don Goldman. Morrie Dalkoff, and Lynn Ste¬ wart. SECOND ROW: Richard Woeckner, Steve Saunders, Mike DeLoose, Dave VanLandschoot, Bob Slentz, Steve Desavouret, Larry Dalkoff, Jim Brenecke, Dave Down¬ ing, Kelly Gersick, Carol Kittler, Kathy Kepes, Laura VanDerKamp, and Steve Orr. THIRD ROW: James Lee, Tom Chapel, Dave Blitz, Bill Swan, Jeff Gersick, Floyd Rose, Gene Ramser, Bill Bertelsen, Tim Fuller, Mitch Kuhn, and Mark Schwiebert. STANDING: Steve Caul- petzer. Bud Ullman, and Gary Spector. THROUGHOUT THE QUAD-CITIES, Mississippi Val¬ ley and the greater portion of the state, these varsity debaters captured numerous honors in their various tournaments. Speaking for Rock Island High were Rick Steck, Steve Caulpetzer, Gary Spector, and Bud Ullman. The Rock Island Debate Team ag ain represented their classmates well under the direction of Mr. Armstrong in the 65-66 year. Led by the varsity debaters, Bud Ullman, Rick Steck, Gary Spector, and Steve Caul¬ petzer, the class of about 42 students delved into the field of rhetoric, presentation, debate, extemporaneous speaking , and radio speaking . With the Aug ustana Debate Tour¬ nament, the Sterling Invitational, and the Sectional at East Peoria, as hig hlig hts, the debaters filled their schedule with 11 tour¬ naments and numerous practice debates. With compulsory arbitration in labor man- ag ement disputes as the theme, the Rocky debaters proved ag ain their prowess in the 65-66 year. Debate 151
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PAYING THEIR RESPECTS to our flag- and our heritag e, the student body and team members join in the sing-ing- of the national anthem. In a few moments, the uproar will exceed the clamor of the fourth of July. Pep Sections Unite in Rocky Team Spirit RESOUNDING THROUGHOUT THE fieldhouse, the voices of the Pep Club members encouragfe action, sportsmanship, and victory. 150 Pep Club
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WITH ALL AS witnesses, the Pan-American League P ' y object is to make a big “hit” with the attempts to fullfill its purpose during the annual “club.” PiSata Party Again Big Event for Pan-Am As a carry-over from the previous year, winners of the Pan American Leag ue’s annual service project were awarded membership pins. Students had respond¬ ed to the need of the migrant workers, donating cloth¬ ing, pillows and fans. The annual Christmas Pinata Party also created in¬ terest among Pan Am members. Cindy Johnson’s first place winner, Reno the Reindeer, alone escaped destruction. At one of the Wednesday meetings, Alleman’s for¬ eign exchange student from Peru gave unique insights into the Latin American world. Original skits also came into the fore, as Spanish students and faculty sponsor Mr. John Blomberg joined forces and went creative. 152 Pan-American League
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