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Instrumental Music Involves Many Students MEMBERS OF THE Rock Island High School Symphonic Bond ore, FRONT ROW: Jeff Cohan, Julie Lindorff, Monica Pealstrom, Gail Knerr, Sue Miller, Pam Putney, Laveeta Newman, Marilyn Fields, Diana Mayes, Liz Hymes, Mike Caldwell. SECOND ROW: Julie Blick, Allen Carlson, Elaine Collier, Barb Weisenborn, Mike Creekmore, Patty Reese, Ruth Mayes, Kathy Turner, Brian Gutrie, Geraldine Haymon, Dave Stevens, Art Breck, Rinya Burrill, John Timm, Dan Beatty, Kurt Eychaner, Dave Bane. THIRD ROW: Christine Wohlrab, Phylis Campbell, Darlene Lauf, Pam Mason, Marie Carson, Carol Gus¬ tafson, Bob Fuller, Sheryl Greve, Dale Morgan, Jack Salstrom, Lanny Penwell, John King, Kevin O ' Hern, Lois Atkind, Dave Serrano, Debi Greim, Mike DRUM MAJOR, STEVE Austin, and Drum Majorette, Sharon Seymour, proudly display " RT insignia. Due to large enrollment in the Rock Island High School Band, the entire band was divided into two divi¬ sions, the Concert Band and the Symphonic Band. Tryouts were held to determine in which band students would play. Because of the limited number of certain instruments, some students played in both bands. The major activities of the Concert and Symphonic Bands THESE SELECTED MEMBERS of the Band make up the new Brass Band which performs with the orchestra. 168
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WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, HEAD of the debate team, presents his edito¬ rial for WQAD-TV. Rocky debaters started their schedule of tourna¬ ments by winning the Mississippi Valley Debate Tourna¬ ment title in mid-December. The Forensic League re¬ stricted participation in tournaments to Illinois, but Rocky was allowed to enter the Palmer Tournament in Iowa. The club ' s debate topic for the entire year was " Re- solved:.-That Congress Should Establish Uniform Regula¬ tions Controlling Criminal Investigation Procedures. " The affirmative debaters supported new regulations pending in Congress regarding criminal Investigations while the negative debaters supported the status quo. SENIOR DEBATORS CONVEY the courage of their convictions through their challenging arguments. They ore, SEATED, Jeff Gersick, KNEELING, Mark Schwiebert, Steve Orr, STANDING, Bob Goldman, Dave Downing, Steve Saunders, Jim Brenneke. Debaters Respond with Challenging Rebuttals UP AND COMING neophytes of the debate team are, SEATED, Debbie Bunch, Peggy Risley, Lenea Johnson, Sheral Greves, STANDING, Fred Jecks, Bob Martinson, Maynard Siegel, Scott Doellinger, Dave Heinze, Bill Able. Paul Maxy, Craig Brown, Don McWilliam, and Marty Lefstein. 167
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in Variety of Interesting Musical Groups Swim, Jim Sutton, Pat Staples, Mark Serrano, FOURTH ROW: Ginny Schriener, Richard Schenebricker, David Heinze, Gabrieile Fowler, Ted Larson, jackid Paffenbarger, joy Herron, joy Herron, Heri Gersick, Linda Burroughs, Frank Thomas, Bob Huffman, Tony Cook, David Harrell, Tim Herman, Larry Johnson, Dave Fullerton, Terry Cox, Sharon Seymour, Terry Sheer, Bob Carbone, Russ Zeroth, John Robinson, Terry Stone. Larry Barker, Dary Cox, Bill Ellison, David Leetch. FIFTH ROW: David Conrad, Lee Meredith, L. T. Eckles, Brad Schamp, John Seebeck, Joe Ullman, Cerie Margan, Steve Austin. were marching and playing at football games, partici¬ pating in the February and AAay Concerts, and playing at area junior high schools in the spring. Expanded facilities greatly aided the band depart¬ ment by increasing its working and storage room. Addi¬ tions were made to last year ' s new uniforms, which were obtained by selling liquid soap. REGULAR BAND MEMBERS branch off to specialize in the formation of a new Woodwind Band. L. T. ECKLES, ASSISTANT manager; Liz Hymes, manager; Mike Swim, assistant manager, serve as student directors of RIHS Bond. 169
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