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Page 14 text:
1 Avid Harrison Backers Hustle io Viotorg
Jubilant cheers greeted Senior class president,
Jim Thomson, as he "modestly" accepted the
chair of honor beneath the golden record of
victory at the end of the "Beatle Magamaniaf'
The class of '65, following in its own victori-
ous footsteps, led the school to a record-break-
ing profit of 5S10,000. Taking first place with
ease, the Seniors, led by Beatle George, returned
173'Zp of their quota. Ringo, the Junior mascot,
rolled into second place at the 13177 mark.
With 121175 returns, the Sophomore mascot
Paul finished third. Fourth place winner John,
led Frosh salesmen to 105W of their quota.
Father Randal "heads" Bea-
Mag winners are: front: Felice Finney,
Joann Kesicki, Lu Carano, David Tang,
Virginia Lent, Jeanne Rogel, Judy Richard-
song bark: Bob Darling, Charlie Brackney,
Bill Steen, Mike Sewell, Tom Stant, Kathy
McLaughlin, and Gary Jarrold.
"We're going to win, by George, we're going to win," assuredly claims Se
President Jim Thomson.
Blasting drums, twangy guitars, and shaggy wigs establish the Beatle theme
Salpointe's Magazine Drive.
Page 13 text:
leaming white "Bonneville" furnishes unaccustomed luxury for convention-bound Student Council mem-
Governmental Activities Spark Patriotism
To become better citizens, Salpointers practice
After a month's campaign, the state of Salpointe
anded Lyndon johnson a landslide victory in its
rst national mock election.
Locally, Student Council members shared their
periences with other school leaders at the Stu-
ent Council Convention.
Nine delegates from Salpointe participated in
e Model United Nations, debating the issues of
ed China and Peace-keeping forces.
-minded students register in the fun-filled con-
of Salpointe's first "mock" presidential election.
Politically-minded Salpointers partici-
pate in Model United Nations. They
are: front: Debbie Devereax, Joan
Mclntee, Peggy Springer, Sharon
Coppola, Bob Knickerbocker. Bark:
DeDe Wild, Niki Grivas, Karl Od-
gers, Mary jo Stewart, and john
Page 15 text:
"I just love off-campus," mumbles
Melody Leone as she ravenously de-
vours a mouth-watering Hogie
Burger. Munching silent agreement,
Virginia Lent and Pat Steffen reflect
the delights of off-campusing.
Proud Seniors Flauni Privileges
Senior Day awes prospective University of Arizona fresh-
men Mary Jo Stewart, Pat Hannan, and Suzi Schatteles.
"Make way for the mighty senior," echoed
clangorously through onion-infested and per-
fume-infiltrated corridors as arrogant upper-
classmen capitalized on their most anticipated
Off-campus personifies an equally welcomed
privilege zestfully enjoyed' by all seniors. Every
Thursday such hangouts as the Hogie House,
Yankee Doodle, Frostop, and Art's vibrate
actively and enthusiastically with vital, animated
sounds of Salpointe upperclassmen.
Incapacitated seniors Bill Steen and Eddie Ronstadt are
grandly transported by beanie-topped frosh.
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