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Award Winning CCCI Paper Created Leading the Crimson Crier first semester staff are Norman Siegel, Mr Peschang and Bruce Weeks. Second semester staff consists of Debbie Braner, Page editors were: Julie Adams, Stacey Me Callum, Kelly Watkins, Denise Dreher, Sheri Tadlock, Linda Audrey Galex, Brian McRae. Mike McKee, and Lin Soady, Theresa Francis, Tammy Davis and Laurie da Pierson. Hindman. Barb Rich and Jim Bladel were in charge of adver¬ tising for this years Crimson Crier. Printers of The Crimson Crier are Joe Lenser, Brian McRae, Dale Peterson, Jim Davis. Mr. Hawkinson, Jeff Cobert and Rick Ullrick. Printed at the “Rock,” the “Award-Win¬ ning” Crimson Crier served to keep all students informed of happenings at the “Rock.” With accurate reporting and observant student staffers, the Crier reported both the good and bad aspects of the 1974-1975 year. Covering the lat¬ est events, the Crier also included such things as: editorials, community articles, and freshmen happenings. Working for high levels of excellence, both semes¬ ter’s staffs gathered only the true story to publish the happenings — not the opinions.
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Members of Dolphinettes are; 1st ROW: Debbie Johnson, Ann Jansen, Brenda Stevenson, Lori Sweet. Audrey Galex, Emily Lardner, Liz Evans. 2nd ROW: JoAnn Rakus. DeeOee Baudrey. DeAnne Rice. Cindy Boeye. Carol Carlson, Susie Johnston. Jodi Murrens. Monica Quill, Valerie Ackerson. Cathy Smith. 3rd ROW: Susie Brick. Kim Mitchell. Lynn Brown. Chery Kay. Linda Bishop, and Terrie Hegg Rock Dolphinettes practiced diligently in preparation for the annual Dolphinette Water Show. Each member, chosen in December, was picked for her grace, style, and ability. Practices began early and usually ended late as the girls strove to produce a faultless show. This year’s theme became “Life Under the Sea’’ fea¬ turing sea life animals ranging from sun- fish to flying fish; from whales to octupi; and from eels to sailors. Mr. Ackerson and Mr. Knapp helped to add the profes¬ sional touch to the March Dolphinette Show. Dolphinettes get last minute instructions about show details. Dolphinettes practice a star formation. J Dolphinettes 97
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First semester staff consists of FIRST ROW: Cathy Bently. Lana ONiones. Barb Rich. Bob Scott. Bruce Weeks and Ted Grevas. SECOND ROW: Arthur Cal- lagher. Michelle Bell. Norman Siegel and Jeff Nel¬ son. Second semester co-editors are Craig Kavensky. Debbie Johnson, and John Voss. Second semester staff consists of FIRST ROW: Kel¬ ly Watkins. Tammy Davis. Debbie Johnson. Lisa Hoffmann. Julie Adams. Craig Kavensky. John Voss. Brian McRae. Audrey Galex, Dana Garrison, Laurie Braner. Lynda Soady. Denise Dreher. Kim Tobias. Jom Betz and Sheri Tadlock. SECOND ROW: There¬ sa Francis. Stacey McCallum, Debbie Braner. Diana Drake, Linda Pierson. Mr Peschang. Scott Brown and Mike McKee. Crimson Crier 99 ' J
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