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Page 67 text:
Rocky ' s orchestra consists of: FIRST ROW, S. Salak, K. DalPonte, S. Peterson, M. Scott, M. Guthrie, E. Twitty, V. Perkins, K. Sloan, M. Grimes, and L. Valsoano. SECOND ROW, J. Johnston, L. Greenman, C. Ackerman, S. Reinhart, C. Strahl, G. Berg, W. Bragg, L. Guthrie, S. Ellis, G. Mier, H. Wilson, D. Davis, M. Nelson. THIRD ROW, C. Mason, D. Epperly, D. Strauss, M. Ralston, P. Mason, S. Bolis, D. Hartman, D. Harrel, and J. Martin, FOURTH ROW, L. Burkert, D. Dahlstrom, J. Cliff, M. Moss- man, B. Guthrie, N. Davie, C. Stevens, M. Williams, B. Fuller, J. Gunther, C. Ulfig and Mr. Hart. FIFTH ROW: D. Short, B. Lees, T. Cowan, P. Young, R. Muskevalley, and R. Muskeyvalley. Orchestra concerts offer vivid expression and seventh hour hear (tremulous violins, melan¬ choly violas, resonant cellos, profound basses) orchestral music, strings and woodwinds and selected brasses, seventh hour in practice, concerts numbering four, backbone support for the spring musi¬ cal. choir, woodwind choir— also rehearsing, downbeat, upbeat by mr. hart, notes sustained, staccato, piano, fortissimo, music from the orchestra. Louis Valsoano, Mr. Hart and Melvin Grimes tune up for an orchestra concert. 63
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Debators prove debate an asset to rocky status quo vs. change, de¬ bate. interference abroad " hands off " policy, first af¬ firmative: " gentlemen, my colleague and I submit to you . . . " first negative: " contrary to what our opponent has led you to believe . . . " second affirmative: from u.s. news and world report ... " second negative: " from a speech by lyndon johnson . . . " rebuttal cross-examination argument persuasion logic... debate Mr. Armstrong enlightens debaters with his typical words of wisdom. The Debate team, Rorey Thompson, Paul Eagle, Maynard Siegel, Linnea johnson, Marty Lefstein, john Robison, Dave Heinz, Bob Martensen, Scot Caulpetzer, and Ken Herbert present formidable arguments to opposing debate teams. Sophomore debaters Dennis Brown, Dave VanDerKamp, Mike Shaner, Mike Dockterman, Pete Caras, Ken Slivken, and John Schweibert prepare to follow in the footsteps of the varsity team.
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Composing the Symphonic Band are, FIRST ROW: J. Lindorff, K. Kepes, D. Buntaine, T. Mitchell, D. Epperly, S. Miller, L. Dahlen, K. Hannie, D. Nelson, L. Haller, K. Tomaseski, D. DeMott, P. Rollins, D. Mahlo, K. Hymes, D. Strauss, and M. Ralston. SECOND ROW: P. Mason, E. Collier, M. Spalding, J. Lubben, S. Bolis, L. Zimmerman, D. Lovett, V. Schreiner, L. Curtis, N. Davie, D. Willers, M. Mossman, B. Guthrie, D. Carlson, K. Shoemaker, B. Reed, D. Peschang, B. Euller, J. Morrow, J. Miller, D. Melton, C. Preston, and J. Gunther. THIRD ROW: B. Banks, E. Turner, C. Randerson, L. Turnbull, D. Dick, S. Vann, N. Jones, M. Johnston, S. Leonard, D. Lindy, V. Ackerman, C. Lubben, D. Sullivan, S. Eckles, R. Benz, M. Smith, C. Wiley, M. Burrill, M. Williams, F. Peal- strom, R. Crouch, J. Mitchell, D. Elliot, P. Gregory, M. Winters, T. Herman, D. Harrell, B. Huffman, R. Hallgren, D. Divers and and A. Breck. FOURTH ROW: J. Herron, H. Doden, M. Pence, D. Kemble, M. Lofgren, N. Collins, T. Aitken, J. Davis, D. Baines, V. McCullough, B. Lees, M. Cobert, R. Bennett, S. Cobert, T. Wilson, S. Swim, W. Bradley, M. Hartman, D. Dahlstrom, L. Burkert, J. Kittler, P. Maxey, L. Green, B. Myers, J. Cliff, and L. Barker. Musicians add spice to games, concerts Symphonic band Concert band. Two halves—2 2 of the largest class in the whole school. Known in capital let¬ ters as: THE BAND. Woodwind choir, Brass choir—special groups from the large class for more specialized playing. The Pep band playing at basketball games to heighten spirit and enthusiasm. The Dance Band adding a swingy atmosphere to the Homecoming and Ex¬ change Assemblies. Rocky ' s band. THE BAND, adding music to the student ' s life, under the direction of Mr. Donald Kru- zan. Band officers, Julie Lindorff, David Harrel, and Brian Lees assist Mr. Kruzan. 64
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