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Acting Talent Is Shown in " Mouse That Roared " An outsider so brave as to venture into a Drama club meeting may feel he has strolled into a room full of lunatics, as truly, Drama Club is for the uninhibited. Once he has settled into the general hysteria, he finds he rather enjoys himself as he shares with the others an interest in theater and the dramatic arts. Drama Club sponsored the production of The Mouse that Roared, a trip to Chicago to see " No No Na¬ nette, " work in improvisations, the annual Rockcademe Awards banquet, and a number of parties. They also raised money to rehabilitate the badly crippled Little Theater. 1. Suzanne Koepplinger and Alan Branch do an im¬ provisation at a Drama Club meeting. 2. Drama Club members listen with interest at a typical meeting. 3. Sherry Clay and Sharon Quale ham it up before the Drama Club play to hide their nervousness. 58 Drama Club
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Elephant Club Campaigns Young Republicans work toward promoting Republican ideals and informing Rockys stu¬ dent body of the Republican ticket. Under the leadership of officers — Tom Pappas, Don Gib¬ son, Molly Patton, and Gary Olson, they sold Nixon pins and held a mock election. Club members are also active in working at the Re¬ publican headquarters. Young Republicans strive to inform and educate future voters. 7. Officers of Young Republi¬ cans are, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, Don Gibson , Molly Patton , and Gary Olson. Miss¬ ing from the picture is Tom Pappas. 2. Tim Burke contrib¬ utes his help to the Republican party. 3. Shelley Gardner , Tom Pappas , Patty Peterson and Debbie Young help out at Nix¬ on Headquarters. Young Republicans 57
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7. Members of " The Mouse That Roared " find curtain call most rewarding. 2. Gary Olson appears to be a " Mad Scientist " as he prepares to work the lights. 3. Playing " Make Believe " are Dra¬ ma Club officers Don Cochran , Linda Ziffrin, and Suzanne Koepplinger. Drama Club 59 2
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