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Using his backliand, Jim Florreich returns a serve. Summer just isn ' t long enough SUMMER VACATION. Two words usually defined by students as a time to relax, get away from school, and travel. However, many used this time for advancement by attending summer camps, going to band prac- tice, or working out in the blazing sun for the coming football season. Yet most of us could be found at Boogie Mountain, at an arcade play- ing Pac-Man, or just sitting at home watching our favorite soap. In addition, some of us liked to walk around the neighborhood check- ing out what was happening, but the more fortunate ones were speeding around on mopeds. Girls spent time basking in the sun while listening to their favorite radio station. Rigorous outdoor sports, as well as bicycle mo- tor cross races, were the highlight of the summer. As the end of the sum- mer drew near and the bronzed bodies returned to school, we all felt the time just hadn ' t been long enough. Sharpening her riding skills one week before the start of school is Karen Topliffe. (PHOTO BY NEIL TOPLIFFE) Summer hosts many ups and downs as demon- strated by Mike Finkbinder. 6 Student Life
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Dancing to " Reunited, " Lisa Miller and Brian Phillips sway to the music at the freshman Christmas dance. During a foreign language meeting, officers Danette Csillag, Shannon Ferbrache, and Billy Cook discuss plans for the Christmas party. Drama Club members Dennis Glaven, Debbie Carter, and Scott Brothers portray characters in the play " Arsenic and Old Lace. " In, out of school involvement helps to create new friendships A student ' s life! What does it con- sist of? School, sports, skating, video games, movies, and the list goes on. With the closing of Woodview and the new students from IPS, the enroll- ment increased from 806 to 1071 stu- dents. All departments expanded due to more interests and more participa- tion from students and teachers. Be- cause of this increased involvement, the school year was a huge success academically, athletically, and musi- cally. Likewise there was variety in dress. Fashions ranged from knickers to cowboy boots. Another popular sight was the mind-boggling Rubik ' s Cube, which students and teachers attempt- ed to master. While many were solving the cube, others were tackling video games. Ev- ery weekend teenagers would pile into the arcades spending their quarters for a few minutes of enjoyment, which turned into hours. Whether it was getting involved in or out of school, students enjoyed making new friends which made it easier to CROSS THE LINES AS ONE. Treating Rick Smith and Brent Welch to a pizza at Noble Romans, Miss Mary Kress keeps up her end of the bargain. Student Life
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Enjoying a campfire in early autumn are cross- country runners Jim Ross, Mary Lou Fazio, and Jeff Vance. Student Life 7
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