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School is not just the house of learning though .... it ' s also a place where the four community junior high schools join together as " a piece of the rock " with their long time rivalries; learning to be sophomore buddies, knowing that they will be together for three years anyway, so why fight it? The main ingredient of any school is people. You are the school and the school is you. How you act in this school whether it be purposefully or in vain, the school is judged by us, the students. The solidness of the entire student body depends upon the characteristics and substance of each student. In the midst of the morning dew, band members await instructions on how to ex¬ ecute a new half-time routine.
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Being Their Own People Laughing his way through another test, Jim Neifing proves that by the time you become a senior, tests are just an amusing sidelight to school ... or are they? " You owe me $150, for landing on North Carolina Avenue, " declares Brad Ellis dur¬ ing a game of Monopoly. Pat Wynes and Sfeve Goodwin look on, wondering how long it will be before they go bankrupt. Eyeing the delicacies offered in the cafe¬ teria, Vicky Sheer and Sally Nefzger de¬ cide whether to risk eating school food. Silent and thoughtful, Jane Jensen, and Kris Strayer wonder what else could pos¬ sibly happen in a not so typical day. 10 Bits ' n Pieces
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The Way We Were In 75 Homecoming activities for 1975 got under way with the selling of Homecoming dance tickets. Beginning the week was a toiletcounting contest, in which students were asked to count all the toilets in the school. The person with the right number won a grand prize at the Homecoming assembly. The winner was Paddy McAdams with the total of 201 toilets at Rocky. The grand prize was a golden toilet , delivered on wheels. Two hundred and one toilets garnered Paddy McAdams this gleaming yellow trophy. Senate president David Brown presented the award to him for winning the toilet counting contest. Reigning over the 1975 Homecoming ac¬ tivities were Nathan Learner, John Foley, Barry Brandt, Tom Tingle, King Robert Johnson, Queen Marsha Bladel, Mary Ann Hodge, Pam Whitcomb, Laurie Dan¬ ielson and Carol Foss. 12 Homecoming
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