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Debaters Make Forensic Fireworks The rigors of a debate are special, known only to debators. The debate team at Rocky proved that they could l survive that strain, by their participa¬ tion in many debates throughout the two state area. All the finer points of debate were used to their fullest advan¬ tage by the Rocky debators. Pro and con, arguments, rebuttals and more, all figure into a Rocky debators year. 1. Dave Hughes deduces a masterful conclusion. 2. Willing to argue on any good subject are Rocky ' s debaters: Julie Wallace, Audrey Galex, Lauren Janov, Pat Guthrie, Greg Lanier, Nancy Young, Rich Todd, Sue Dohrer, and Dave Hughes. 3. Grinning debaters look as if they have something up their sleeves? Debate 33
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Equality, Civil Rights Concern FREE, ACLU Equal rights and freedom for all were the basic goals on which ACLU and FREE stood. FREE, Freedom Rights Equality for Everyone, was concerned mainly with wom¬ en s rights. Speakers and films played a part in educating FREE ' s members about women ' s rights. ACLU, the Amer¬ ican Civil Liberties Union, was involved with civil rights for everyone. They too had speakers to help teach mem¬ bers their in dividual rights as students and as citizens. Both these clubs made great gains in educating Rock Is¬ land students about their rights. 1. Nancy Shallman, Carson Doran, Toria Strauss, Jimmy Doherty, and Helene Minot are concerned with legal rights. 2. Helping to ush¬ er in new rights for women are FREE members Susie Johnston, Kris Peterson, Jan Beinke, Nancy Shallman, Helene Minot, Toria Strauss, and Teresa Edwards. 3. A Legal Aid attorney speaks to 32 ACLU, FREE
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Thespian Career In trigues Members Acting a most visible form of expression. Characters, costumes and sets create an atmosphere, but the driving force that makes it work is the people. This years Drama Club was possessed with the driving determination to make their plays come alive. In their plays, with the costumes and sets. Drama Club created real charac¬ ters and situations. At their meet¬ ings, members discussed new inno¬ vations and plans allowing for a wider field of expression and realism. 34 Drama Club
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