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Comprehensive learning leads to muck Success
Helpless Farmington defensemen watch as junior Joe down deep in Farmington territory. Southfield exploded
Andrews receives a pass from Jim Larson for a first for 12 points later in the game to down the Falcons.
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of education and fun
Although academic education is the pri-
mary purpose of a high school, outside
activities play a large part in the develop-
ment of young people. Southfield's 31 clubs
and organizations offer each student a
chance to pursue his individual hobbies or
interests. New challenges 'are met and con-
quered, and these achievements become a
lasting benefit to the high school and the
individual. Pride, too, encourage the student
to be as much a part of his school as pos-
Varsity cheerleaders introduce a new bas-
ketball cheer to a "full house" of South-
field students at a pep rally. The cheer-
leaders work hard to promote team and
school spirit, not only at pep rallies and
games, but all the time in every way they
Education comes through and from in-
terested teachers. lt is the educator's j0lJ t0
make knowledge available to the students
and to instill a desire for that knowledge.
Scholastic victories are the most obvious
and important successes to be acquired in
high school. Not only the students benefit
from a well-rounded educationg the faculty
receives gratification when they success-
fully pass on their knowledge to young
Mrs. Donna Melcher and Miss Virginia Ham-
mond explain the use of some language
laboratory equipment to Donna Parker,
Sherelle Reile, and Susan Haynes. The lab
was a new addition to the language depart-
ment in 1960.
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through involvement with outside contacts
Victories in the sports world are easy
to talk about, but not quite as easy to ac-
quire. Sports play a key role in the high
school program and activities are often
centered around them. The fans see only
the final victory, not the desire, determin-
ation, practice, attempts and failures
that have preceded it. Each new team
faces records to be matched and new vic-
tories to be established.
Business and the student are depen-
dant upon one another. It is a fact that
teenagers comprise a comparatively large
volume of the purchasing power. In re-
turn, business offers each student either
part-time work or a career in the future.
High school students' buying is affected
greatly by advertising. Advertisements in
return, are often geared to the high
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Sophomore Jan Kottke explains to senior
Jim Hooper that he just can not have the
cowboy hat, tricycle, and teddy bear
too! Jim proves that effective adver-
tising can sell anything to anybody.
When the Class of '62 graduates, they
will have set their goals and worked hard
for them, to reach this final high school
victory. Seniors naturally have a lot of
pressure on them, as they must remain
the admired image that the underclassmen
look up to. Then all too soon, the gradu-
ates are out either in the business world
or on a college campus. Their victories
cannot stop in high schoolg new goals
must be set and again reached.
After four months of fine craftsmanship,
senior Frank DeBottis proudly launches
his 12-foot motorboat in the S.H.S pool.
Mr. Milton Hurd and his swim team take
a break from practice to assist Frank.
His project was the largest ever com-
pleted in Southfield's Industrial Arts
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