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William Abel Noncy Adney Mamie Aguilar Roger Aldridge James Allen Jane Allison Frederick Anderson Gary Anderson James Anderson Mary Jane Anderson Susan Anderson Todd Anderson Katie Angel Bradley Appier Joyce Apple Linda Armstrong Patricia Armstrong Elodie Arnett Larry Arnoe Mary Arnold Steven Arnold Judy Ashby David Ashpaugh Keith Atkins Joseph Atnip James Atwater Thomas Ayers Donna Baines Michael Baker Vickie Ballinger David Bamman Donna Bane Beverly Banks Terry Barber Lawrence Barker Kay Barnard Brenda Barnes Vera Barnett
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Neophyte Rockyites Choose Class Leaders SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS present o solid phalanx of femininity in President, Susie Bundy; Vice-President, Patri¬ cia Haines; and Secretary, Patricia Coin. The Sophomore views his new school with mixed feelings. His ju¬ nior-high school self-assurance wavers under the onslaught of upperclass¬ men ' s jibes. His teachers expect much more individuality. He gains a newer and wider range of friends. He expands his outlook on his world through his classes. Biology shows him why and how this world functions. In English, he explores the literary achievements of authors ranging from William Shakespeare to John Steinbeck. He studies foreign languages to gain greater respect and appreciat ion of other cultures. He learns of the latest mathemati¬ cal concepts in Modern Algebra. Driver ' s Theory increases his desire for a license. He masters the skills needed in soccer. The Sophomore strives to expand his social interests. A myriad of clubs invite him to join their ranks. The Sophomore Mixer is held for his benefit. He is free to attend CYC. Homecoming provides the chance for his first real date; The Sweet¬ heart Swirl, his first formal. He has his own teams to cheer on to victory. Five girls from his class are chosen to represent the Pebbles in pep assemblies. The voices from the balcony grow stronger as the weeks go by. The Sophomore is given the chance to participate. He elects his own class officers. Members of his class have a voice in school policy through the Senate. Qualified ath¬ letes are given the chance to com¬ pete in contests, some on the varsity level. He plays a major role In many speech activities. His counselors aid him in the ex¬ pansion of his interests through the Sophomore Problems course, as well as individual counseling. Programs of study, designed to give him the best range of subjects are mapped out with his assistance. Gradually, his horizons expand. The Sophomore no longer thinks of himself as an individual struggling for survival against 801 other Indi¬ viduals. He comes to realize that by working with his classmates he can gain the most out of his three years at Rock Island High School. He makes mistakes; he sees others make mistakes. And through these errors, he learns. The Sophomore expands in understanding of himself. 118
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Ronald Barrett Karen Bartels Ellen Baft Susan Battin Teresa Baugh Jacqueline Bea Larry Bealer Sandra Beam Daniel Beauchamp Pam Beauchamp Agnes Becker Paul Becker Stacey Becker Gregory Begyn Janis Behrends Connie Beintema Martin Bell Thomas Bell Pamela Benfield Cynthia Bengston Barbara Benjamin Debra Bennett Randy Bennett Donna Benoit Joan Benton Marion Berberich David Berg Donna Berg Stephen Bergren Jennifer Bernauer Nancy Betts Richard Bevans John Bevill Kathleen Bigsby Carlene Bingaman Bonnie Bjorkman Kerryn Blais Gloria Blocker 120
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