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Page 74 text:
Nine Talent Show acts travel to other schools
Announcer Jim Hooper introduces one of the nine winning acts
as the talent show progresses.
Tap dancer Pam Morrison is pictured at
practice as she readies herself for the
annual talent show.
The talent show, held january 31,
1962, boasted 13 colorful and diverse
acts in the high school auditorium.
james Hooper, as the emcee, pre-
sented acts ranging from a Mexican folk
dance to a performance by the majorettes.
Not all the acts were winners, as only
nine were chosen to represent Southfield
High School in students council spon
sored talent shows that were given at
Berkley and Waterford.
Winners included a modern dance
teamg the Orientals composed of Cindy
Jensen and Pam Reckg skitat the Hlloachl
Lounge" given by Uick Bohn and Con-3
nie Gardulskig a dialogue by Nancyl
Pearson, the Fortunaires, a singing
groupg a piano solo by Nancy Wilsong a
hula dance by Barb Kostung and the'
Paramounts, a band group.
Dick Bohn, as a disc jockey, interviews "budding actress'
Connie Gardulski at the "Roach Lounge." Their humoroila
skit was one of the winning acts.
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sincere interest in language skills anal booles
Row 1: Sponsor Mrs. Ellen Maitland, Presi-
dent Chery Cline, Vice President Jan Rogers,
Secretary Karen Geda, Wayne Maser, Sponsor
Mrs. Margaret Lawson. Row 2: Twila Gen-
Kean , Connie
Zurcher, Regina Daraskavich,
Row 4: Jill Furstenberg, Pat
Betz, Diane Exworthy, Janet
Whysall, Mary Cattell, Eileen
Latin Club's Roman Banquet
try, Diana Horger, Diane Davidson, Kathy
Ingram, Karen Pelletier, Bonnie Sherrill, Mar-
ian Lamantia, Robbie Worris. Row 3: Janet
Patrick, Karen Green, Joyce Mason, Cindy
y Latin Club
Possibly the most populated
clubs of Southfield High are the
Spanish, French, Latin, and
Library Clubs. At .the beginning
of the year French and Spanish
Clubs have very elaborate
initiations when new club mem-
bers come to school in authentic
costumes. Both the French and
Spanish Clubs visit a native
restaurant. In the spring of the
year, members sponsor a dance to
which everyone wears Bermuda
The Library Club is very busy
during the year with its regional
meetings and exchange of stu-
dents, to obtain information on
other library activities.
Sweteslch, Rick Gott. Row 5: Nancy John-
son, Barbara Frescholtz, Ron Reid, Donald
Glush, Roger Stanislaw, Merle Eastin, Bob
Kirkland, John Zehnder, Mike McDonald.
is the social high point of the
year for its members. Everyone
at the banquet enjoys the splen-
dor of the Roman style dinner
served by slaves.
Row 1: Secretary Andrea Soultanian,
Vice President Sigrid Pylkas, Sponsor
Mrs. Irma Wright, President Jan Dun-
ham, Treasurer Steven Brown. Row 2:
Birdie Jolls, Dick Worswick, Roberta
McC1ung, Linda Leon, Sharon Lovell,
Martha Jossman. Row 3: Lynn Moler,
Sandra Montgomery, Arlene Lampi, Ron
Walker, Sydelle Becker. Row 4: Mary
Sue Grant, Gail Kuivanen, Jim Arney,
Brian Kish, Leslie Gourwitz, Philip
Klahr, Dan Bremer.
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Honors awarded for outstanding Contributions
Kathy O'Bannon receives a radio and television
scholarship from WXYZ representative, J. W.
Fisher, as Principal Robert E. Hall and Mayor
Cogger look on.
Principal Robert Hall presents the Prinoi:pa1's award to Diane
Murphy as Don Armstrong, who also receive this award, watches.
' ,ya-ug: i,
Students who participate in extra curri-
cular activities throughout the school year
are given recognition in an annual spring
The Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion award was given to Ann Fryfogle for
outstanding . citizenship, school participa-
tion, scholarship, and attendence.
Jo Berner received the Southfield Sun
Journalism Award. Tom Creecy and Freya
Figas received literary awards. John
Ferris received the Birmingham Eccentric
award and Barbara Gardner received the
Four Corners Press award, each for. sports-
manship and scholarship.
Louis Sist, as a prominent band member
was awarded the John Philip Sousa Award.
Ann Fryfogle and Harvey Sweet received
awards for outstanding contributions in the
field of dramatics. Diane Murphy and
George Wright were awarded for their choral
music contributions. Mary Meharg, Arnold
Czarnecki, Irene Suess, and George Wilke
traveled during the summer of 1961 with the
Michigan Choral to South America.
Sydelle Becker was the American Field
Service exchange student from Southfield
who traveled to Holland last summer.
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