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Pom Port Girls Help To Promote School Spirit The Pom Pon Girls are a relatively new club at Rocky. They are funded by the Rock Island Boosters and in turn assist the Boosters by passing out programs at games and supplying their meetings with refreshments. Pom Pon was organized to boost school spirit mainly during sports events. The girls work hard on pom pon and march rou¬ tines which they perform during halftimes at games. Marching girls dressed in red and gold assist spectators as they cheer the Rocks on to victory. 1. Officers of Pom Pon are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gina Maurus, Sue Nagy, Carolyn Cullison, and Cyndi Gray. Missing from the picture is Donna Moroni. 2. The 1972-1973 Pom Pon Girls are. LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: Sandy Drake. Diane Williams. Debbie Lawson. ROW 2: Cyndi Gray. Donna Moroni. Teresa Doyle. Debbie Dillingham. ROW 3: Kim Olstrom. Sue Nagy. ROW 4: Carolyn Cullison, Brenda Tay¬ lor, Nancy Kimball, Gina Maurus, and Nancy Cooprider. 3. The Pom Pon Girls march at the Homecoming Parade. 4. Pom Pon Girls practice after school. Pom Pon 53
Page 56 text:
Y-Teens Set Up Goals A segment of the largest women ' s organiza¬ tion in the world, the YWCA — this briefly de¬ scribes Y-teens. Y-teens have changed a lot this year. They combined the high school clubs, moved all their meetings to the Y and added a new youth director. Y-teens have actively par¬ ticipated in area Y conferences, raised $500 by " jailing a jock,” worked with the Committee for Interracial Action, and initiated a Big Sister-Lit¬ tle Sister program. Y-teens are given the chance to work through a national organization toward necessary and positive social change. 1. The Sophomore -Teen officers are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Liz Wheelan, Jean G ermanis, Debbie Heggen, and Emily Lardner. 2. Nancy Evans works at the " Drop in Center " at the Y.M.C.A. 3. Varsity Y-Teen officers are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Murrens, Liz Lardner, Nancy Evans, and Mary Jane Andrews. 4. " American Pie " was the Y-Teen ' s 1972 Homecoming Float. 52 Y-Teens
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Dolphinettes Achieve Perfection Rocky ' s Dolphinettes strive for grace, agility and beauty in the water. A swimming club, Dolphinettes is the only club at Rocky to include the junior highs in their membership. To belong to Dolphinettes a girl is choosen on the basis of her synchronized swimming ability. The club presents an annual water show in March. The theme for this year is " Journey Through Outer Space. " It includes routines representing the different planets. 2 7. Mary jane Andrews even manages a smile as she gets out of the pool after a strenuous Dolphinette practice. 2. just a little more practice and they ' ll have it! 3. Rocky ' s aquatic artists listen intently to instruc¬ tions. 4. Gene Kristmanits is determined to do a ballet leg. 5. Kim Grevas and Chris Evans prove that Dolphi¬ nettes isn ' t all hard work. 6. Dolphinettes get into their groups and discuss their plans for the show. 7. Dolphinette officers, Liz Lardner, Kim McGinnis, Nancy Evans, and Vicki Ackerson walk toward the future. 54 Dolphinettes
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