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SCH GGL SPIRIT THRIVES
At right, some of our favorite acrobats try
their skill at forming a human pyramid. The
student body, assembled for a pep rally when
the feat was attempted, appreciated the group' s
efforts. However, it was generally agreed that
the boys need a little more practice before
they will be ready for the United States
Below, it is hard to believe that a short time
ago this hall was filled with eleven hundred
School spirit is a vital part of life at South San. At
left, the results of digging deep into closets and imaginations
are displayed by a group of Seniors who typified the effects
of "Crazy Day" on the student body. One of the activities
of Homecoming Week, "Crazy Day" was held to promote
interest in So. San' s Homecoming game against Uvalde High.
During football season the top officers of the classes
decorated the goal posts at Bobcat Stadium, in keeping with
school spirit. These officers are Tony Levia, Mary Lou
Sandoval, Seniors, Paula Morris, Elsie Kerfoot, ,Tuniorsg
Sylvia Dominguez, Evangelina Lopez, Sophomoresg Norma
Pena, Janie Sosa, Freshmen.
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CAMPUS VIEWS. .
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Right is a view of the rear patio, where the
Bobcadet pep squad meets every morning to
work out a drill for Friday night's football
Below is the side entrance to the high school.
Every niorning fifty teachers and eleven hun-
dred students climb up these steps to begin
a hard days work.
South San Antonio High School has long been
the center of education for the surrounding com-
munity. The School, seven years old, is not only
attractive but contains the best of educational
facilities. Left is the entrance to the gymnasium,
home of the champion Bobcat basketball team.
To add color to the annual the following campus leaders pose at El
Tropicano Hotel in formal attireg
Alva Schulze: FTA president
Berle Barnett: NHS president
Alba Ortiz: Student Council vice president
Victor Garza: Student Council president
Judy Charleton: FTA president
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