Tates Creek High School - Compass Yearbook (Lexington, KY)

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Q E 2 5 v 1 I fd ! ff 2 V' f W My ff f 1- A an f U WX Q74 f 4 if ,f W fyfvyg 1 . ww, 4 ff Q I W ,,, fly, 254 "gf f' f ' wgyg!! 4 ' ,, W f f 41 4 f I I , f 5 ff X f ' f " f 7,,,f4iiWfff,T ' ' 1 iw, wmfwwf, " ,N Wffzwfi , ' f , X I ,Y ,Nw f f, . , .1 yfgezyfff ,, ' , V,,,,M,4:W,, ff W ,, . dgf .4-1 Q.y,, LQ, 0 Q E Q 'Z You're hungry as a HGRSE? But your eyes were BIGGER than your S . TCM Ac H. f""'- K 4 3 W 4' ff 'ig' wif , 1 ' ,C 'QQIQF' - ' V 'N 'K 41 M.: , I . 5 Nj. g X , , ,3 ' vi 2 ' N A 5- 'Q f X ' . 'fri x - ,Q fl. W, . ,- 1:11 Y- k "Ha, ' V 'm.qAx,.. Q gk f fb 4 Q 4 Si QQ, ,V Q. MA M s . X 1 N-..,J' .da- ff These girls made the Winning touchdown for Homecoming QUEEN Kim Guy, Barbara Stokley, and Peggy Jones. fy 1. 7 Christmas . . a time for peace, love, and tranquility .4 " 1,4 f fv , Mfg 5 -,yi V,.,f 4, ., ,, 7 'Z' f. 53 w w .my ,, 1 ,Q X ff, - f 1 42 Hoe down at the Creek! The annual Sadie Hawkins Dance was highlighted by Kenny and the Accent Review while Debby Barnett and David Brewer were crowned Daisy Mae and Li'1 Abner, Fearless Fuller? B111 S1111rr1an do you llke p1e9'? M RIGHT GIGI Strauss and Danny Wlute jf' 1 if ,.. 1 -z, 1 'wr-,s r 5 fi sa Kfgy' f l s fs 'Q . n x I .fe l . Q, f 4 ff yy W 'mf' V A ' X ,mf , N x .'?. a 'ff, - If .- .7 'fn' ' Y 5 1 Sf 1, .3 I Z z .A .g, 5 ,ar I' 'Q 1 V I , Q 9, 1 J nl , I X K' Q g A?Ii,'! It I fl' E , I 1263 i if A . if ,x 1 V it ,HW J if If ' X W -ug South Pacific The Roger 85 I-iammerstein's play, South Pacific was presented by the Tates Creek Student Body and included some '70 students. The play was performed under the direction of Miss Linda Warman and Holli I-lollingshead. The lead role, Nellie Porbush, was shared by two great actresses - Billi Lou Gorman and Brooke Miller. Danny Mingo, as Emile de Becque, was one of the leading men. The beautiful Bloody Mary was played by Toni Pisacano. The music for the play was provided by G. Field, M. Minor, S. Henderson, R. Jouett, K. Moore, R. Ried, K. Landrum, S. Pasquarielle, J. Bolender and A. Rouse. It was truly a spectator musical. . V, , ,,,, ,, .,7,,,,, .VW ,V Z Z A H . L: ,awww l :wi-f Janet Roberts and Lynn Kovinow 1-' nl' lv V7 , 1,1 'I-,,, '49 . 4. if ff 7:4 I 4' ' I' , 1 , 4153 ,f -1 yi W J vwf w ,QW 4 ' , cg ,Wm ,4 ,QW ff . Q99 f w ff ,, may 1 I W" X .. f 4 7 X 4, Z ff' 4 ,ff iw if M. 3411, My SQ., Sailors played by Glles Reynolds Cobb Kelley, Noger and Mmor Gary Davis and Linda White Richard Giles, Bobby Emest, Ron Wilkerson Dancers were Sloan, Hardin, Conkwright, Landrum Noel, Roberts, Carter and Floyd. J I c X. ,ffm JW ' 'T Commodores Finish 3-6 in Disappointing Year Andy Dohn breaks through the defensive line. 1969 FOOTBALL RECORD is Tates Creek Opponent 0 Garrad County ----- 28 O Cumberland - - - - - 28 0 Anderson County ---- 6 6 Lafayette ---- - - - 7 15 Clark County - - - - - 7 47 Jessamine County ---- 0 20 Henry Clay - - - - - 7 7 Danville - - - - 16 12 Bryan Station - ---- 28 Won 3 Lost 6 attempt I I mass 1: Fil Simpson fights for first-down yardage against Bryan Station's "Green Machine." Friends and foe alike converge while Simpson attempts to hang on to the ball. 1969 was essentially a rebuilding one for TC football, as 27 lettermen were lost through gradua- tion. Inexperience, a weak offense, and misfortune were blamed for the team's woes. The Commodores did not score until their fourth game. This followed losses to Garrad County, Cumberland, and Anderson County. Changes were made in the offense. Ben Bransom was moved from center to fullback and Cam Graves shifted to left halfback from quarter- back. Sophomore Bill Silliman came to the quarter- back position from fullback. These changes defi- nitely improved the Commodores' offensive punch. Following the defeat by the Lafayette Generals, the Commodores rolled to three straight wins including the 20-7 defeat of city rival Henry Clay. Then misforttuie hit the Commodores as senior Bruce Malony was injured as the team lost to Danville. This dimmed TC's chances against Bryan Station and despite a game battle by the Commodores, the Defenders prevailed 28-12. This loss left the team a 3-6 mark on the year. H and D O W N S l - and X X3 'QM 5. ,,. MW' -5 - 2 1:2::::'-ifv,-wf:w,4g- 144 V K i l x lf' i 9 , 1 1 1 X, v Inexperlence Hlnders TC ..,--- 0 0 Coach Walton reacts ztrongly to the E1ClZlOIl Oli thi: flcld. Wx f ,fi f I 1 c .WMU ,f U ,r E' T ' X f f ,,,, Q f , Hg 3 x ' , 77" f 1 f' 033' f 1, ff? The team looks on helplessly as their teammates go down in defeat. 1969 marked the first time that the Tates Creek Commodores had been defeated by rival Lafayette in foot ball. ln a hard-fought contest, the Commodores sur- passed the Generals in every department except the score. TC scored their first touchdown of the season and piled up 227 yards in rushing, but to no avail. Ben Bransom scored the six points. Things perked up for the Commodores as they slid past Clark County by a score of 15-7. Bill Silliman scored a touchdown on a five-yard run and the next TD with the same keeper play. The next game was even better as TC trounced Jessamine County 47-O. Touch- downs were scored by Bransom, Silliman, Emanuel Watson, and Danny Philpot. Philpot put points up on the scoreboard by intercepting a lessamine County pass. tv ytst fs, -g K i 6 0 AN ' X x. l. ffax 'X -if ' ff: f ef Q 2 xg 4 ik 'EE Y WJ. 5 I A A X gk ik. i Fil Simpson runs against BS. against Bryan Station. The running of Frank Lemaster proved to be too much for the TC defense. Following the win over Henry Clay, the Com- modores faced Danville. The Creekers not only lost the game but also the services of Bruce Maloney for the Bryan Station contest. This proved crucial against the formidable Defenders. The game with Bryan Station was TC's hardest fight. The Defenders employed a successful ground game with All-Stater Frank Lemaster leading the way with 200 of the 326 yard total. Bryan Station scored after poor coverage of a TC puntg then the Commodores fought back with a '71-yard drive for a touchdown. But the Bryan Station ground attack was good for another score. The Defenders scored again in the third quarter after a pass interception. TC got the ball and Bransom scored from the one-yard line to make the score 21-12 with 9:56 remaining in the game. A try for a two-point conversion failed giving the ball to Bryan Station. Lemaster scored with six minutes on the clock to make the final score 28-14. 37 0x...,,. ij, ,,.,,,,,, , bf' Adidas: an integral part of a runn CI'S existence 'L S-.N .A ' ,O 9 E 5 i W f wwf? ' nga' ff , ' 2925, 1 A , f 'W fsffl mf Www ,f 757 in 1 fy mi f A e Q 15 ,!, f QWWW f 474- A ,,,f X, M, wwf 3 Mr ' Z X, ,xl ' 1 I f ,A Z4 I HEERLE DERS BOOST TC SPIRIT E Lori Couzens lets the crowd know she's proud ,of the Commodores. 5 The Tates Creek Cheerleaders again proved to be a valuable asset to school spirit. They presented above- average pep rallies which united the student body behind the various teams. During the summer, the squad attended the National Cheerleaders As- sociation clinic where they gamered three second places and the Spirit Stick. In the Regional Touma- ment, the A-team group won the runner-up trophy in cheerleading competition. The members of the B-team squad were: Cathy Carlson, Peggy Jones, Lynn Woods, Carol Riggs, Brenda Clarke, and Cheryl Bolton. Mrs. Sharon Johnson sponsored both groups and can be commended for her fine work with the girls. At the Spring Sports banquet, Beth Stigall was recipient of the Best Cheerleader award. s 3 -ah The cheerleaders react enthusiastically as TC receives its T first District trophy. 1 2 .f, .vff 7 . B, 3 " t I ': ,Qu ,'--x ff .VC if cv r ,1 .JW swf' is kr 'V "Alu rg " .. -n . 'ex N I . a w I 5 . ' x .tw - ,4. e 1 V M ,Q 4 'V ..,-f .FZ . .W . ' '- .,., .,. 9 ' 1,59-, Vs- , 'ar 3 Q ' '.f: 45.t,,,e:,,,? 'Rf L, by fflfv, , buggy?-1 poi-Q lr 'rg :em f f .- "' "E ' L-Iffflfwff 1 9 Jr. ., ...,..,'1 Vx.. U r ,-H+' -. "4 W, 1-., A The Tates Creek A-team cheerleaders are: Lori Couzens, Becky Lee, M P Wh Wheeler, Leah Jones, Beth Stigall, Eunice Archie, ary at eeler, Becki Lewis, Jane A much-needed break is taken during halftime by the cheerleaders. LEFT: Senior Eunice Archie moves to the rhythm of a pom-porn routine. fa ' I TH ll Z N , ,fm 1 s QE "E in 5 F X W, I 'f -J? --:qu 5 F 54 I' W' i 'I , ,,,, ' -1 'Q ' Qlwifaifffgf QM? 4, , in 4 , l ' 1 Q 0 2'-1 ,M-iw Qvr ,2??fg'i I 1 xv 5, 'SX Xi 4 4 , .ns 1, Q D -Q '12 f-' v f 6 ,nv -, V, .1 , ,MA ,Wh ,N X. ,,.. ...eww 4 -C: ,L W 5 if 9 i Q, I f ,. M- W 6 5 5 vi if 6596 :wi f Q . W., gm F2 1 rf by 1 ,ff 'I 5 QS 4 effgg ? ,gff i 1 -1 ,., , If A 2 1 ' fx i 'M IR..- A F., nv""m A if J Q Q? , ,Q , ff' 1 .' 1 1" 'iff W0 , 2 4 1. b , X Y 4 5 A if 4 If Z' ,I . " 'if A f N Q., , 4 ff ,MA . 4, I ,' lar. WV' " ATES CREEK E214 tnttn SES Iggy CR EEK FRONT ROW: Aaron carter, Marvin Walker, Steve Musgrave, Donnie Willi21rr1S, Rick Floyd, Dave Mclntosh. SECOND ROW: Benjy Lewis, Theodore Jackson, Craig Wilkie, Dwaine Parsons, Donnie Woods, Bill Thomp- son, Steve Shuey. Not pictured: Mike Lewis, Bill Silliman. The Tates Creek team ended the season with a 16-8 record. The team was coached by Louis Stout, W, A. West, and B-team coach Nolan Barger. The season opened with a win over Harrison County, followed by a loss to Mason County, 84- 79. TC then upset rival Henry Clay, 75-73, in a double overtime, before beating Lafayette. The Com- modores fell to Anderson, but rebounded back to beat Scott Cotuity, Breathitt, and Frankfort. TC suffered its first two city losses to Henry Clay and Bryan Station, but got back on the winning track clobbering Lafayette, Grant County, and Lexington Catholic. The streak was broken when the Creekers fell to Covington Catholic and Franklin County. TC was victorious in its next five outings, with the ex- ception of a loss to Bryan Station. Tates Creek drew a bye in the first round of the District, and beat Henry Clay easily in the semi- finals, 71-64. ln a low- scoring game, the Commodores became the champs with a 48-44 win over Lafayette. In the llth Region Tournament, TC clobbered Madison Central, and lost to previously-beaten Frankfort 53-35, end- ing a fine season and living up to the Commodores standard of success. Coach Louis Stout made the Commo- dores a number one team. Stow I Ear Stout's Team Posts a I 6-8 Record Y' Q Qfwffzfw 7WMwM , gf Scorer award. if 11 Craig Wilkie was recipient of the Leading Junior Dwame Parsom displays the technique Steve Musgrave ends his career at TC in the which won him the Leading Rebounder award Regional Semi-finals. at the Spring Sports banquet. in mm...- A ,ww ,XM f f ,fy ,fa ,, V ffffffp, vc , 4, , , g,'6" Q,f,,.ff, far' ff fx' 1 ,,,,,, A .W " m ,nfl X' yi V,.,,wf .gf ,fff,fw4,,fw , , ,,f,,,f W, ,f ,rf 4 QM, 1, Co-captam Steve Musgrave, who rece1ved the Best Free Throw Shooter award , hustles down the floor duff' fl Mlke Lew1s moves around Lafayette players ff 1 3 ,--, Q for a Jump shot, li. NDC Q y, s Q 6 ,- Q0 J, 2 Q gp , MC K L -x N 1 Q 3 ,- +A. 'U AAQA wg? nfl? 'c PN 42 04 Page ZX' TC Adds Excitement to Its Game -f 1 4' 1 f - - fv. Hustle Award winner Steve Shuey grabs a rebound against Lafayette. Shuey was also co-captain. ,,.,1 959 TC's spirited bench is one reason the Commo- dores won the District. Mike Lewis lunges under the basket for two p0if1fS' ,f .ly H. .-,f tb, VD: ,f,,f ga.. gg: - '...- j,,, .. '.... '.,.-- -La .-v- . .-Ll.. H3352 f "3-'IL' -vs. ' .J " 37", .ng- Z':'g. wx.,- H,- ,..... 1-4 1969- 1970 BASKETBALL RECORD Tates Creek QPPO1-lent 73 Harrison County - - ---- 61 79 Mason County - - - - 84 '15 Henry Clay - - - - - - 73 81 Lafayette ----- - - - 75 54 Anderson County - - - - - 65 46 Scott County - - - - - 44 66 Breathitt County - - - - 65 59 Frankfort ---- - - 57 62 Henry Clay - - - - - 64 53 Bryan Station - - - - - - 62 83 Lafayette ---- - - - 66 85 Grant County ---- - - - 51 82 Lexington Catholic - - - - - - 63 58 Covington Catholic - - - - - '73 70 Franklin County - - - - -'71 '70 Woodford County - - - - - - 54 70 Georgetown ---- ' ' " 45 53 Bryan Station - - - " ' ' 59 92 Seneca ------ ' ' 66 75 Jessamine County - - ' " ' 57 71 Henry Clay ----- ' ' 64 48 Lafayette ----- ' " ' 44 59 Madison Central- - ' ' 44 35 Frankfort ---- ' ' ' 53 Won 16 lost 8 Craig Wilkie shoots a lay-up over a Defender Girls Are Runners-Up y in State K A -- Kathy Kincer, Outstanding Girl Gymnast, per- forms on the vault. RIGH T: Outstanding Gymnast Kevin Buster works out on the horse. The girls' gymnastic team, coached by Mrs, Lillian Delaney, proved to be one of the top teams in the state again this year. In season meets, the Commodore girls went undefeated, beating Bryan Station, Franklin, Mt. Sterling, and Lafayette, twice. They won the County-wide meet by a size- able margin, allowing them to enter state compe- tition. In that important meet, the TC girls brought home the runner-up trophy, after being beaten by i Seneca's "one woman" team. y Coached by Mr. Harry Johnson, the boys' gym- nastic team saw a great improvement in its quality. The members were: Kevin Buster, Mike Raley, Ray Vacuello, Dwayne Kelly, David Duncan, Jerry Kinderchnet, Johann Salehi, Logan Leet, Keith Forster, Goerge Vacuello, and Chuck Scott. In five meets, the boys beat Mt. Sterling twice, split matches with Lafayette, and lost to Bryan Station. They placed second in the County-wide champion- ship and third in the state. SUPCI Noodle" Peggy Skidmore. Keith Forster Strains to keep in position the parallel bars. spa yi. Q BOTTOM ROW: Leah Jones, Cathy Carlson, Janet Campbell. SECOND ROW: Peggy Phillips, Robin Fngle, Brenda Clark, Becky Reynolds, Debbie Fuller, Sharon Moore, Becky Callahan, Dottie Frith, Judy Guthrie, Sally Floyd. Not Pictured: Kathy Kincer, Peggy Skidmore, Barbara Sturma, Lisa Basham. Weightlifting The 1969 State Champions had another success- ful season. The team participated in many meets, including one in Cincinnati. The group was strong- est in the low weight division. Members of the weightlifting team included: Bill McDaniel, Bruce Maloney, Mike Yann, Bennett Bayer, Jack Duff, Ben Bransom, Big George, Danny Philpot, Ryan Stone, Tommy Philipps, David Gregory, Doug Durbin, Mark Van Buren, Buddy Sanders. Coach Oldham trained the boys. ,ix B ,r,s, Bruce Maloney heaves and gives modore yell. 'w- 3 COIT1' f9HHHi'Pmr nh Case, Tommy Philipps can lift 2-ounces with ease. Qwl 9 "t5i'i498f Bill McDaniel demonstrates his skill by pressing, Wrestling The wrestling team closed its second season with a 3-10 record. Under Coach Harry Johnson, the victories included a 29-21 win over Harrison County and a 42-8 rout over Bryan Station. Members of the team were: Darrell 198 lb.J, Bob Schwartz 1107 1b.J, David Dennis 1115 lb.Q, Kevin Buster 1123 1b.J, Ken Simon 1130 lb.J, Joe Morrow 1145 lb.J, Martin Fister 1155 lb.J, Chris Moore 1175 lb.j, and Tom Robert- son 1heavyweightj. The B-team members included: Johann Salehi, Brad Mamitz, Rod Ellis, and Don Leach. Swim Team Plunges Into a New Season i 33, W ' - Mike Richards, captain of the boys' team, won the back stroke event in the state meet, ts Go! Wally Roscoe dives for that extra second in a fast start. Coached by Mrs. Sandy Blackburn, the swim- ming team fared well this year. In regular season meets, the boys' team beat Frankfort, Richmond Model, Lafayette, Bryan Station, and Henry Clay twice, losing to Ashland by one point. The girls were defeated by Henry Clay, Ashland, and Rich- mond Model. In state competition the boys' medley relay team, composed of Doug Quick, Mike Richards Charlie Saunier, and John Stanback, placed first in that event. The girls' medley relay squad, includ- ing Debbie Dougherty, Susan Hoff, Kassie Kessingef, and Joan Roscoe, came in fourth. The boys' team was rated fifth out of 23 participants, while the girls' team was ninth out of 19. A ,I-n Lil , ,- ..f 2" 21 .,' ,I -1 Wy pun FRONT ROW: Pete Griffin, Mike Prickett, Charlie Saunier, Wally Roscoe, Doug Quick, Ray Hall, Mike Richards. SECOND ROW: David Dougherty, Mrs. Blackburn, Brenda Roe, Vicki Rostil, Debbie Dougherty, Susan Hoff, John Stanback. Not Pictured: Joan Roscoe, Kassie Kessinger. Wally Roscoe comes up for air. Yzg W! Q f 4 Concentration is the name of the game for Coach Blackburn. Baseball Hits Best Record Craig Wilkie tries to beat the throw to first. nga, Af - Zz. 114: Coach Ron Cole improves the field. s E If s "I K ll I I 4 1 5 ,-1 i., " W. .f'5"f5 . rg,i!5,4f,.- A. :.f,f,f-' - V Mn" .di-,gA,. I I .,,-- M,.x4.v,.y .1 A ,yn . "'ei',.', ' If 'cf I I Hii, vi, r, 5'1" . 1 lk! J, 1. 4'-1 5 1. i .1 37 'ff lf o .1 , ' 5 in . M it X . 42 P nl Q A 4 1 1 'F K ln , V I gr, . -',1:,',p2V if ' .M . ef fur-Pr 1' f"",- 1 w 5 we 1' 'fl vf - ' ' -1 V M 4 'fx I 4 Q " ' . iz w . . s -mf if'-Lg JL " -- 1: L , . X Q51 L ' YAY? x ,ma Sw? Q . .4 iq.-uvQ,n,s, ,F - 1 fy, . ., . ...-Q, F TEQ.uiun.n.q -,-x T Q. " Ben Bransom, A11-city first baseman, waits for the pitcher's throw. it , xi b 3- , - -1' "M fs ,mf-.. ,,.'N,.,. M RIGHT: Star pitcher David Estes warms up. x .X ii lull ? a ta Q , ' 4' J. , ' mms, -- " K fl -". A Q ,-WMQAS' ' - . 'R N Coach Cole had a lot to say during baseball. Catcher Bill Silliman tosses the ball back to the pitcher. 1970 BASEBALL RECORD Tates Creek Opponent Manuel ---- Manuel ---- Henry Clay - - Danville - - - Lex. Catholic Danville - - - Pleasure Ridge Pleasure Ridge Portsmouth - - Portsmouth - - Portsmouth - - Fort Knox - -. Fort Knox - - Sayre ----- Woodford Co. Woodford Co. Lafayette - - - Bryan Station - Lafayette - - - Henry Clay - - Won 16 Lost . :4i3,jsZiyp 3:5 is - . ,. f' . .. V i f 5 5 wks k it., 1, . iss? who M we Cavs-Z .J 2, 2 . as Q 'Q " S i t .. ' f-L'- 1 . V ." gf ' "' iz'f,g,1z21 1 1 -"f L' "wif 5' '. , ."s' . ' QK79? Coach Cole looks across the field at his team. FRONT ROW: M. Fisher, T. Harris, B. Papania, M. Raley, M. Richie, D. Silliman. SECOND ROW: S. Shuej, D. Williams, B. Silliman, C. Graves, F. Simpson, B, Bransom. THIRD ROW: T. Oliver, S. Gilvin, G. Mielcarek, W. Smith, S. Musgrave, F. Nelson. BACK ROW: Coach Cole, D. Estes, J. Brewer, C. Wilkie, B. Lewis, D. McIntosh, J. Connors, C. D. Gentry. Fil Simpson waits on third for the right call. 4 4 5 1 www 1' V ,, ' W , ,, ma.. 4, ffw ,f X, , QW I V fi , , ,ff TC runs off the field after beating Catholic in the District, 3-0. RIGHT: Mike Raley watches Shuey um home. 4,, , .44 if x, N 5 X 'I Statistician Paige Scoggin roots the Commodores on. I 441K-h . - .l-V1 Steve Shuey rounds third base for home 2 FIRST ROW: J. Custer, R. Whaley, D. Dodson, J, Brumfield, B. Davis, D. Philpot, B. Ranta, M, , Warner, I. Parr, K. Hardin, M. Gregg, K. Buster, L. Leet, B. Fleming, D. Gregory. SECOND p ROW: Coach Oldham, E. Curtz, N. Sanders, G. Sagaser, F. Simpson, D. Rees, G1. Weingarth, M. I Overstreet, F. Barnett, C. Collier, B. Atkins, K. Lindquist, M. Slone, J. Patrick, B. Selby, S. Mitchell, J. Perry, J. Brehm, D. Faulkner, J. Hanna. BACK ROW: K. Marlin, B. Maloney, M. Lane, P. Isenhour, K. Ranta, D. Durbin. The Tates Creek boys' track team had a strong track campaign this year. In season meets, they defeated Henry Clay, Georgetown, Frankfort, and Bath County, losing only to Lafayette. The team placed third in the Fayette County Relays. In the Regional Track Meet, the Commodores again came in third, with Gene Sagaser winning individual hon- ors in the 880-yard run. Fil Simpson placed second in the 100, third in the 220, and fourth in the 440. Placing second in the two-mile run was Rick Whaley ln the State meet, Outstanding Runner Gene Sagaser represented Tates Creek individually in the 880 in the State, and placed third. RIGHT: Gene Sagaser and Mike Mabry pass off. Sew: our 5 Track Team Picks Up Speed Baton pass: Glenn Weingarth to Mike Mabry. 'a ,ww V xv Gene Sagaser breaks the tape in the 880-yard run. U15 ig f ji- J nfl ELS Amiliz lane lung as umm ' 'IS v, JT ' ,V - IHC M' 'W nfl: mil -mzlasfrr V 5' -JTEEPLE W5 WUT' Q Muff 1, L li: 'lid I Milf ' 3 L 'xy :' .UH ts best ear during spring cornpetmon The 1969-70 girls' track team coached by Mrs. Lillian Delaney, saw i y Chctyl Bolton jumps the bang of thc gun. l fmm the starting blocks at Ruth Sarto: runs the relax' SYQZI. willy' 4 gif pedtion, Ja' s l Q Girl s Track Team Ties for Second The Tates Creek girls' team had a successful year. Sparked by talented individuals, the team tied for second in the region. Before that event, the team competed in the Fayette County Invitational. Teresa Hutsell captured both the 220 and high jump events Ruth Barton won the '70 ard - 'Y hurdles and placed third in the 50-yard. The team placed first in the 880 medley. Teresa repeated her wins in the region , and went on to the State meet, where she finished third in the 220-yard rtui. QWJS KRW ' ,s na... txt l this untill Coach Lillian Delaney accepts the second-place Region trophy as a happy team, and a tired one, looks on 65 FRONT ROW: David Dougherty, Harvey Helm, Hillary Boone, David Fisher Larry Fisher. BACK ROW: Steve Offut, David Cleary, Bayne Selby, Steve Walker, Jim Satterwhite, Coach Pickering. 3, 1970 BoYs' TENNIS RECORD Tates Creek Opponent I 9 Sayre ---- - - - 3 Shelbyville - - - - - 6 Woodford County - - 10 Bryan Station - - - - ll M.M. I. ----- - 3 Woodford County - - 7 Clark County - - - - 7 Bryan Station - - - - 1 Shelbyville - - - - 10 M.M.I. - - - - 12 Sayre - - - - - '7 Ashland - - - - 6 Henry Clay - - - 3 Clark County - - - - 6 Lafayette - - - - - 5 Lafayette - - - - 7 Danville - - - - - 2 Georgetown - - - 5 Henry Clay - - - - 1 Georgetown - - - - Won 11 Tied 1 Lost Netters Have I I-8-I Season -v--........ Steve Offut plays the net as doubles partner Bayne Selby looks on. LEFT: Numb er one player David Fisher concentrates on a serve. Three in a Row for Wheeler and Sturma State Doubles champions Susan Sturma and Jane Wheeler watch as Coach Walton looks for a broken string on the racket. RIGHT: Susan Sturma shows her strong serve which made her game a difficult one to beat. The girls tennis team coached by Mr Roy Walton gave a fine perform ance tlus year ending the season with an 18 2 record The only matches TC dropped were against rival Henry Clay However the Commodore girls pulled through when it really counted as Mary Pat Wheeler defeated Henry Clay s Barbara Watson for the singles crown in the Regional Mary Pat then advanced to the semi finals in the State Susan Sturma and Jane Wheeler were victors in the Regional defeating H C s duo The defending state champions made it three in a row bringing home the number 1 doubles trophy 1, FIR Ro: KOV C. B, . P. l Foul Tor 1 .la-UC lf nv-da N FIRST ROW D Harmon, K Lamar, A Holhngsworth P Ph.11l1ps S McCormack, D Scott, S Sturma, V ROSI11,J Curry A Rosenstem, S Brock, K Bechanan, Mason Landrum, C R1IChlC K Stlgall I Clem, L Kovmow, L Couzens, P Woodward, C Long, S Wrlson, L Cotton, L Pennrngton, M Wheeler, J Wheeler C Black, L Boone SECOND ROW Coach Walton, T P1sacano,J Whlte, B Hanna, P Surmont, G Parks B Stlgall Martha Landrum, L McComack,B Sw1sher,A Underwood B Roe, L Proff1t, C Clark B Land P Hymson, L Scully S Wagoner, D Morphew, D A1l1n,J Courtney, S W1lloughby L Ethrldge L Foushee, G Dunn, S Tommy Wade Floyd H Ray A Levy L Couzens, W Smart, C Srmth S WCIIZCI, D Pfrngstag, jr V ,JET-""" EEA V X 7, 4 am mm W! 4 I ffafihdlfgmgzg Z 4 If mllf5',.,,,,,,g, W 905 if i fyfff A V , fl , ff ll ff! QQWZ y f f QQX x XX QR fffnwfllfaf J"7fW'f7fZf1! 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' ' ' fc , WZQ W40 " 'ff' "fum ' f'i'ffi??f7,'ff' , , ,, ' ' ' ' fvfoffm ,f ',, V4 !,f'44,,jg,a4W ' , W W' ,,, , f ' . 1, 2,241,541 Y 432' f ' . fy., f. fc 5-1 f I A I , jiwdwf M ' V ' ,, 1,,, ,, fy yf A , ,W,,, A, I , I ,, f, XA ' fr ,,f 'f , , , 4 iw ' P I , f, ' xy. , ,,f I , A! j, , , , ll V ff, ' , V My , I . , 'bu .5 " I V 'V A , J. , Q inva- , TATES CREEK 'S BOYS' GOLF TEAM: Coach Abney, Ben Ferrell, Norm Bamhart, Steve Cox, Jim Byington, Tommy Phillipps, Jim Wise. BARNHART LEADS C GOLFERS T0 SIXTH IN STATE Norm Bamhart shot a toumament low 146 to lead the Commo- dores to a sixth place finish in the state golf toumament Jim Byington shot a 155 while two freshmen Jim Wise and Steve Cox had respective totals of 168 and 170 Bamhart s 146 outshone the 149 card of toumey favorite Dennis Hurley of Covington Catholic Although many team members felt that the team could have placed in thc top three the prospects for next season are bright as Norm Bamhart Jim Byington and others are retuming to Coach Abney s squad fC's Ca: j r TATES CREEK'S GIRLS' TEAM PLACES THIRD IN STATE The Tates Creek Girls' Golf team finished third in the state golf tournament behind second-place Lafayette, a team the girls had de- feated twice previously. Carol Lear had the best score for the Com- modores with a two-day total of 172. Barbara Lear and Nancy Ziegler each carded a 198 while Nancy Comell finished with a 222. The girls' squad is coached by Coach Abney. TC's girl golfers from left to right are: Nancy Comell, Nancy Ziegler, Coach Abney, Barbara Lear, and Carol Lear. K., 7 i ! V I Student Council Steve Slabaugh, Mr. McFadden, Steve Shuey, Toni Pisacano. Not Pictured: Lois McCormack. ghe PCE T126 SIG? SIZE TIC! 5511 EOS 02 P, gre: busy, Toni i. .' r The Student Council sponsored the annual Hootenanny which was performed in the Little Theater. The officers this year were Pres. Steve Shuey, Vice Pres. Steve Slabaugh, Sec. Lois McCormack, Treas. Toni Pisacano. Their service projects included awarding a one hundred dollar Scholarship on Recognition day. They also sponsored a student exchange pro- gram. Shuey lays it on 'em. f A.,-,, 3 -f,,-l s A.F.R.0.T '01 4 1 l w ' Y w V Ill 'f I yj! f, I I , if 1 I X 'lc 24 s . 23 . f '25 xg 22 M fl "' s .RQ 33 Swffa i A rw 30' MA A11 students with a B average or better in math are eligible for mem- bership in Mu Alpha Theta. Mu Alpha Theta sponsors an award to the most outstanding math student each year. Mrs. Harmon is the sponsor. H , , I L1 . : 1 2? V, L X5 - y , I , Nts yff' "A-. . .qv . I 5 C' ialhle x :N haley I National Honors Society OFFICERS: Glen Weiggarth, Sally Paulson, Rick Whaley, Ruth Barton, Kathie Walz, Mrs. Cooke. ,1, 1 . ffMI:b'l".7-2 1 l If ',1 The National Honor Society is the highest scholastic honor organi- zation at Tates Creek. They con- ducted two tappings for induction ofnew members. They also pro- vided a tutoring service for students .,, I I H ! 5 1 1 T Key Club Key Club spreads a little warmth. , W i """'-V' Li 5 gy KEY CLUB: B. Bayer, B. Bransom, S. Musgrave, S. Smith, T. Winfree, G. Buchanan, R. Parsons, K. Martello, A. Smith, A. Brooks, G. Weingarth, G. Sageser, J. Roberts, C. Graves, J. Satterwhite, T. Parker, J. Custer, R. Whaley, D. Morgan, J. Daniels, R. Wilkerson, T. Phillips, S. Slabaugh, D. Ming0, K. Buster, J. Hanna, D. Fisher, L. Fisher, B. Fleming. 5 Ben lights the way, Good Ole Mr. Oldham. A y, 9, L. Powers, R. Gardner, D. Brain, L. Slone, K. Current, C. William- son, B. McDaniels, P. Thomas, Miss Warman. Speech and Drama Club The Speech and Drama Club participated in sev- eral invitational tournaments, including the Transyl- vania Invitation Debate. Mike Howard, a sopho- more, entered the Optimists' Boys' Oratoracle Con- test and finished with lst place. The club also in- terpreted a choral reading selection for the PTA in May. PM l 3 ,,,, ' 0: r f strl ' wr- -all ' aa. K f I Pa.. wig? Members of the Speech and Drama Club helped sell tickets for South Pacific. S 1 E Sbil Z? 1 sa Interact The Interact Club had the first annual Pancake Breakfast. As service projects they gave a Thanks- giving basket to the Salvation Army. They held a campus clean up every two months. They sponsored a girl in Brazil through the Christians Childrens fund and they donated a hundred dollars to the Public Library. Xt f S' far we fs! U ,'..x . J f, f" y B. Malony, K. Linquist, I. Kelly, B. Atkins, D. Quick, J. Connor, B. Selby, S. Eads, T. Breah, D Rees A Abshire, D. Dodson, W. Witt, D. Lagrew, J. Berjenski, F. Simpson, M. Deevers, M. Lane, K. Henry B Radcliff Mr. Colonese, S. Harmon. . Us A 'Pi OFFICERS: Paige Scoggin qSec.y, Karen Current fPres.J, Martha Landrum QV. Pres.J, Alice Cabe fTreas.D,, Susan Brock CPres. - Not Picturedj. I nk 9' N -, .Q - 31 - 3' ,,n1zwg ,, . 1 - . " .'x."Q-'fg,.'X.-- QAQPI-...'-'-'V XA .ri . ' -N .x . --' ' H, 'A " -fire - V 'bfi'-aw. ff. A f "f,QJ""e.x f-11g ,- ., -, All L. k Q ,h - V--YN. xaggigvrw M ,wc!EJv'f.Q:5 I A M, ' 'S'7s."1Q -WNY ' 'X Qs' "' -"S A-.xi-r -x is-'li-i .KA--1 , 'L 5 ' ' .323 - 7-1 ' . T K-4- 9-,. l V I W , hav, ,,,, ,, ., . v :Q , wr , M In D K- 'w,..Q'.::9lAgrf?'x ,vqyx f . - ' ' 9. . " -.f-f 'I "X-'V LB.--.v-?"fwf' 1 V ' ' K Ay, 1-Q" "' 'iff .lg vu-'fx ' . ' .,' ' ' - ' 5-' ", ' fn' pxwi - x .SW - Y S 9 'xx ,4l. X4 A..1,,1"-TA I in n V vhfpr, , I ,N .-Q4'.QQ..i: I A N ...ug-A r ,xy N' ., wks: 5 . , . .K :Q wr -, ' K .1 ,N M A fu, ' 7, 1 --"' wi --.-refs-' 1..,f-, 4, , ,.: 4,3 - , , " ,,..: -xi. -- fix, ,Q . ., " 'r 'Mk-', i '9 .""...., . -ff'-Ng, . 3' ami, Yr' S au. '- 4, "1" ' ,D -,N ,'jMm,,.L -,, if-7' Q, , 'f":-ZTt Y and w " X' -'N-f .I. A.,. ' , fx ' ' 'V ' 4 .r.,, L4 - -J' -4. ' r Peace? Under the guidance of Mrs. Jones, the Pep Club strived to pro- mote school spirit. Money was made by the selling of Christmas cards and shakers. Members also made signs and helped to operate the concession stands at the football games. The Pep Club also spon- sored a beautiful legs contest this year. 4, A, ' J - al 'I' A'-' I I ACTIVE MEMBERS: Sponsor: Mrs. Gray, Editor: Toni Piscano, Assistant Editor: Susan Augspurger, Busi- ness Manager: Bobby Ernest, and Section Heads - Martha Landrum, Kathie Walz, Rena Gardner, and Becky Harrison. Others include: Kay Bradshaw, Lois McCornack, Chris Pfeiffer, Cathy Cochran, Diane Brain, Paul Murphey, and Janet Curry. Photographer was Terry Cleary. . ?' .f - I 1 , ,'v 4:2510 V4 sl Ride 'em Bronko-Bayre!! Suck fem. The Compass Staff accomplished something no one thought possible . . . the completion of this book! After eaming a record amount of 35800, they began their hard efforts. Most of the money was made off a Donkey Basketball game that took place in April. The staff wishes to express a special thanks to the advisor Mrs. Gray - a new asset to the staff this year. Zi 5 ir H 3 MASTH EAD is il 15 2 M if 3? if' CW M W C. f f Z f Z. K? f ,, , HEAD qi f ff f EL if :Z T 34 ,....................... rw 4 Behind this door lurks many strange things. P. Costich, T. Griffin, J. Mingo, J. Hanna. NEXT YEAR'S EDITORS: Ann Wall, Bill Lutes. Cartwright, S. Burke, B. Davis, K. Current, M. Campbell, S. Bailey, D 5 This year the Newspaper staff consisted of two journalism classes. The co-editors were Karen Current and Peter Costich. Mr Wiseman posed as their sponsor. The ma- jority of the major events were reported in Masthead, although many times not favor- ably. Mr. Wiseman tells another . . . Iljoke. ll Two fellow classmates listen to their fearless leader criticize an article. -Zn", L ...., X f 1 M I ,,., 1 x . . !W,-, f. , ..QQ..: ,-,... 1 f , ' ,qw Q 4 Jn- 'X .- 553 p 1 4 f, 6 'xii lx. 1x5 7 X lv.'5,'f, If H6 '-A' fifvvaf .nf Q ' X , 4 -i 9 E- A f fu ' W2 ,. 1 2 , a p ,421 ' .' if , , ,U , f ff Y 3 7 A ' rw TQ" ' , , V' fn ' 02 i MM . , In .f f f- . M, I. up ly 'fu Band The year was one of hard work for all of the band members. Their dawn marching and long hours of practice paid off. The Tates Creek Marching Commodores won the Manisphere Intemation al Band Grand Championship Competition in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Under the direction of Don Trivette, the Band also won the Class AAA Marching Competition and came in third in the Class AAA Concert Phase of the intemationally recognized con- test. Other honors this year included a Superior at the State Music Contest and Second Place in the Lions Invitational Band Contest. Lions Inv Band p 91,,,,,.,. , , , gulf ffm. , 4 5 ., z f , . f 4- , I Zz. Q, Vmdz, "Wy, X If , f 'wr -4 mwwwvvwwwwnffywwwwwnwwvfaw pww f J ,,,,,,,F,,,0,,,W,,,,,,,, Z , ' ' Z "Cf 44. :Vw f , f. , . Vx? , 1 7 4 qw: Lv f.1f,,1gf,.' M, .f rj, ,,44zg,,5 , ,. f f f L, M O mmf. Q 795, XQf:,g1mgLg.: A M ,4 , Y X, is f, , . ' IA A X wJn,,v,Z v -v ' :nge GPN al C46 , e 'rg MIL? Jail' Chamber Singers This year a new chorus was formed, the chamber singers. They sang for the Spring Pet. which is all of the teachers ra the county. They also sang at Central Baptist Hospital at Christmas. They were also on television. Out of sixteen entries in the State Music Contest fourteen received ', F fyfg f M., 4f,?l,QZ7i"'f Superiors. Sophomore Girls' Chorus I Chorus Advanced Mixed Chorus I r, MRS. WHEELER Crchestra J. Stone, J. Issacs, C. Cox, G. Reynolds, P. Hays, B. Swisher, Mrs. Kelly rt Club ...,.-.- FUTURE FARMERS OF MERICA F. F.A. is a part of Vocational Agriculture. The purpose is to train young men to be rural leaders. Their acljvities include Public Speaking in which category Mike McDonald Placed Third in the Stateg making money by selling calendarsg electing a Sweetheart, Uoyce Clem received the honor this yearjg holding an Annual Banquetg and participating in the Blue Grass Fair. 1 l 4 FUTURE SECRET RIES OF AMERICA I Y hi f,5a s f 4 wr S. .AY SEATED: C. Whalen, A. Short, P. Perkins, S. Tucker, J. Carpenter, J. Guilfoil. STANDING: Mrs. Cheek, S.,Stacy, P. Boggs, B. Green, S. Wagnor, E. Gridley, D. Cox, N. Rose, G. Gilvin, D. Finch, Mrs. Combs. Membership in the Future Secretaries Association is open to Junior and Senior girls who are taking two or more advanced business subjects. Many of these Future Secre- taries eam while they learn by working part-time in off-campus businesses. Other members devote full time to their studies at Tates Creek since they plan to major in business or related studies while in college. Club activities during the year have been variedg highlights of these were the annual TC FSA Christmas Open House and the Awards luncheon hosting the girls' bosses for the year. TC Future Secretaries attend- h ing this annual luncheon are pictured above. y 99 WWW? Library Aids jar-.. ,,,,..-f- MRS . GAIDIK X. ,,fQ:fW,1 1, i LEFT TO RIGHT Ronme Hurst Vernon Adams Robert Kruspe Darrell Bartley qnot p1cturedJ Kenneth Ware. Qfflce Helpers OFFICERS: J. Benning, I. Stone, A. Rosenstein, P. Scoggin, T. Combs, D. Grant, U. Archie, K. Brock, S. Turner, C. True, D. Gilbert, M. Dodson. COUNSELORS: L. Isenhour, N. Thompson, L. McMurray, P. Haddock, M. Hoskins, L. Pennington, K. Current, Susan Sturma, M. Herron, D. Heaton, K. Walz, L. Dueltgen. . il... rw: .ex J. . . ts. . ess Q 14' -wi, .men K 1 sl", X .3 X X ,SY M a. 'v' .5 gk F 1? ,f ' ,A 'ew 53' -X O 7"" ,L f jd' d Qi Latin Club F A , ,H d g I K ' .1 'ez 7 +5 .:.,.p.. M...-a img OFFICERS: Fred Nelson, K. Henry, Meg Riddell, Nicki Pisacano, Danny Mingo. I d d 1 K French Club The French Club 's purpose is to encourage people to find out more about the French culture. The officers are Becky Lee, Diane Brain, and Augsperger. In October a full- length French movie was presented fwith subtitles of coursej. In Decem- ber there was the Christmas banquet and in February a combined banquet with German Club. In May they went to see the Movie "Z" and ended the year with a picnic. Susan Y German Club ,ff , ,M 1 4 ff ' 1, .1 Q f,'1 , '9'Q"'Yv7q,,wwwwn ff , ww ,,,.,., ,..- -g ., ,f w ,,, f --11. 'w-f-...- fue-.M ,AJ 5? BET LUB BHK HIGH gum! OFFICERS: Doug Rees, Lois-McCornick, Judy Stone, Glen Weingarth, and A Kathy Walz . The Beta Club is a service club composed with a high scholastic standing. This year they sponsored the annual Beauty and the Beast Dance. They give a 3100 scholarship to an outstanding senior. Beauty and -the Beast Hang- Ups ffhzff ,za f , ., - ', f JVC 7 ,,,.,W. ff A typical Beta Club member demonstrating her high scholastic ability. Q u, ,X Most honored student at Tates Creek . A 4+ - lc . , . .U 1. Q ,, -A ! . r - '1 I -. 1 fs '1 !1f3"' - L Xl -nfl "' .. I 'a .' :R w 2, fi? My al- g 1 b V-1,-L V :E SIT' fa- 'p-Qiffi 5,-e .Q we if fi fmfkf pifx-Q mi' if 4 .f-ff ,ffz H: , Q-'.I1'1:i mg ff' 'E ' lg :fx Vffi 1,2 3 is 3 fnlf 'f Pi-.wwf V, rr '. gi ff, 'gg 1? xl WW F' I o i Qz' L, 1 h iv , .,. ' 5' 35 ' 1 'A' i' ,255 5. , 7 ' V A o if X " 4.1 5' 'V ' o Q ' , .wiv :N 'faq Q ' E, , L Li, I , yy 2.5 1, Q . 5' If 5 f . 5 ' " J' 5 S 'ers ,V 2 f V- 214 f , If fi I if , W gi ,, Z I - . ' 11, V1 '11 V 5' f 5 ' av Q 'E 15 3 5 4' if '- 6.1. QEYIYV ai ! : 5 ,qi I 5 We 5 . ,, f ,f:.,2f,f.'1 - Doug Reece. f ff' , i L I - Q ! up F fr ,mr .ii Kathie Walz - Surprise, Surprise, 1, 1 , ff I 4 Surprise! X ii ,2 15 Q 5 f r 5 2 iz , 1 5 5 S E ' if ,fir I 1 X i 'if ,H ,rf 1? Z, i. if 5 5 Y .1 l 1 1 K' 41 f 1 2 1 5 S 2 , 91, M5 v 5 X if ff I5 Q' 24 E .wir -0 . is 'if L" ii I. ii all Karla Ann Strong in Q.-' Doug Reese , ,,.,,A,4f,,f -1 ,, , 1 , ,04.f,,: ymffff' f f f' " , f, ww, f' ,fig xx. I 5. Q-mm-an ' . wuzfii.. Faculty :K lf we can seek new answers, rather than continually challenging the old My f ff 4, f ff ff ,fa ,ffyf P' f X fffWfQU f WVKVU: z' J atwgagq, f --.W , I , , I Mmwwwv ,,,, M M44 f 1 . if 4 P , Lg N iii wa! ix ,.,, fi wif .- x, MR, THOMAS, Principal 4 MA, .f,. ., ,ll K, princiPALS ffm . .Um M ABOVE: MR, BREWER Assistant Principal LEFT: MR, FULLER, Assistant Principal MRS, TURNER and MRS, BLYTHE SECRETarieS A ., xl I O N 4-fffa ABOVE: MRS . MILLER LEFT: MRS, FATHERGILL and MRS . DA UGHER1' Y MRS, SCHMIDT gn, .,,, X ' .ffgggxz - a+ ". MISS VAN HOUSE COUNSELors ' Q I i . XA ,OFS V. Qambs Naydei ff ABOVE: MR, BLAYDES LEFT: MR. PICKERING LH-VT: MRS, MARTIN 1 N SEIQI'ORA MEGEE, Spanish MADAME SCOFIELD, French SEAKIORA PHILLIPS, Spanish Pwr" N ful liL, each LJSE f X' 4 HERR MA YRWIESER, German Foreign Languages MADEMOISELLE BROCK, French English ABOVE: MRS, REA, Senior English RIGHT: MRS, DAY, Senlor English ,42,W47f' 'V 0 f 4 f 24554241 , ,,4W1fpC' f'7?'iZf' ' QQ J! I MRS, GILFEDDER, Senior English A 4 " 4 1 .-.- ,x Cl' , fn. -Q-.pi vm 4. 2 f 4 g zz ' ' "V V- HH 4 M-yvtfqmf , 'f':ff-ffff M f yzf1!,4Z W., f 45,7 , f 44 fi, L W 'f wie, ,4 WZ' 1 ,, W, 'GW ' 4' "df ,1, ' ' W Y ,ij ' , gf Us 1' 4 .Q , 1 " .ax I 'i ...MW ..... f 515 IKM fn Q UW-4 ff G 4,51 ..., fw fJY6,f,1 ,f bw, vn- 1 K 1 W 1 Z i MISS WARMAN, Speech and Drama LEFT: MRS, HOPKINS, Reading 4 E MR, WISEMAN, Journalism BELOW: MRS, SELLIER, Junior English J ' 5- 5512 .',, f MRS, RAMBO, Junior English MRS, RUCKER, Junior English MRS, HIGHLAND, Junior English MISS STILES, Sophomore English K.-M Z f f l MRS, DOWNEY, Sophomore English 'ff MR, PHILLIPS, Sophomore English MRS, GRAY, Sophomore English MRS, WARDEN, Sophomore Englrsh 'xx Nl. 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I I LINDA WHITE THERESA WHITE TIM WHITE DALE WILEY ROBERT WILHITE RONNIE WILKERSON GAYLE WILLIAMS VALERIE WILLIAMS CINDY WILLIAMSON "II f ' I.I...K M ,fm ,ff ,VC Mwf MM Z ,fy 415 W! X if f X ff I :Affa- A Q ,mit ' ty E I 1 CHARLES WILLARD BONNIE WILSON DEBBIE WILSON DEBBIE KAY WILSON BEVERLY WISEMAN WES WITT haf , f f ?vw?v'?"Yr'1fff- ' I MY "'rvg.,,,,, ' J T""w-Q... . OMMN N JUDY WOOD DONNIE WOODS PAM WORSTER NYLA WRIGHT JAMES C. YOUNG NANCY ZIEOLER W ,M IN MEMORY OF LYNN GAIL SCHWEET f1952- 19685 The Chess Players All men are players in the celestial game. They do their part, then pass on. A child 's game is simply played, Moment by moment, piece b piece, Marking time by sunsand wing, Little fin ers move the knights and kings. Little chigdren touch the simple things in life, So bright in the dawn. Not a child and not yet a man, He moves his pieces decisively. But he's still hidin , Behind a wall of gittering laughter, Supported by the equally tinny laughter of his friends, A little lost, a little found, Secure in company, But still looking, looking For himself In the full, clear morning. Noon shies at nothing. The sword of life Has stabbed the heart, Not to kill, but to wound, To assure that the scar that is left Is strong and tight. Knilghts and kings battle, An both win, Delighting in the robust joy Of living. Now is the late aftemoon. Slow, gnarled fingers Move each piece After so much thought. Fragile memories overcome all Except the blurred and misty vision Of the ship that comes to harbor At eventide, The end of day. We are all chessmen In this game of life. We do not play to win, But to delay defeat As long as possible. Eternity is our opponent, And lest we come Too close to winning, I-le periodically Sweeps our pieces from the board, And we begin again. Moving an stopping, Running and waiting, Living and dying: We begin again. Lynn Schweet l 207 TO AN ATHLETE DYING YOUNG. The time you won your town the race We chaired you through the market place Man and boy stood cheering by And home we brought you shoulder-high. Today, the road all runners come, Shoulder-high we bring you home, And set you at your threshold down Townsman of a stiller town. Smart lad, to slip betimes away From fields where glory does not stay And early through the laurel grows It withers quicker than the rose. Eyes the shady night has shut Cannot see the record cut, And silence sounds no worse than cheers After earth has stopped the ears: Now you will not swell the rout Of lads that wore their honors out, Runners whom renown outran And the 'name died before the man. So set, before its echoes fade The fleet foot on the sill of shade And hold to the low lentel up The still-defended challenge cup. And round that early-laureled head Will flock to gaze the strengthless dead, And find unwithered on its curls The garland briefer than a girl's. A. E. Housman IN MEMORY OF DONALD WILLIAMS f-nd"-' 5, if - i'1"i3 Hu-'i 'H ' IN MEMORY OF IOHN GRIESE ,,,,, ,M.I,I .M 1 i AcHELoR F THER The seniors performed brilliantly in this year's delightful play, Bachelor Father. Directed by Miss Linda Wamian and student assistants Diane Brain and Ron Wilkerson, the play was produced and staged by some seventy seniors. Christy Amos as Kelly Gregg, Billi Lou Gorman as Ginger, Toni Pisacano as Nan Foster, Bill McDaniel as Peter, Danny Mingo as Howard, Stewart Smith as Bently Gregg, Gene Parr as George, and all the members of the cast and crew left the audience roaring with laughter in their excellent presentation of the three act modern comedy. The new fad? I , f f I 2 1 1 , , I J f . ff X.15i'f K 7. Gene Parr, Bi1liLou Gorman, Christy Amos, and Ron Wilkerson. 2 Q -.,,., Stewaft Smith, Bill McDaniel, and Toni Pisacano. 3 I by M9 ., A 4 f 3' 4 J- f f- I , , . p-I OUTSTA. DI G RALEIGH WATSON Eastem Kentucky Scholarship and Leadership Award FREDRICK WHALEY HM HANNA Yale Cup Enoch Grehan Joumalism Award TONI PISACANO Beta Club Service Award Marguerite McLaughlin Yearbook Award KATHY WALZ LINDA ISENHOUR American Legion Auxiliary Award Chi Omega Book Award DOUGLAS REES Faculty Cupg Bauch and Lomb Science Award Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers Mathematic Award University of Kentucky Alumni Association Award SALLY PAULSON KARLA STRONG Altrusa Club Award Crisco Home Economics Award BRUCE MALONEY Junior League Vocal Music Award BILLIE LOU GORMAN BRENDA RAFFORD Pilot Cl.ub Speech and Drama Award Eta Sigma Phi Latin Award I AMW sENloRs GLEEN WEINGARTH Kiwani's Cupg Enoch Grehan Joumalism Award WILLIAM KEARNEY ARYLON BRQQKS American Legion Award Key Club Scholarship Award PAIGE SCOGGIN Danforth Award DAR Citizenship Award LOIS MCCORNACK DONNA REDMAN Lexington Business and Professional Women's Club Student Cotmcil Award JOHN O'DONNELL Danforth Award Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Award University of Kentucky Alumni Association Award DIANE BRAIN GWEN FIELD Lexington Women 's Club Educational Award Junior League Instrumental Music Award DANNY MIN GO Metropolitan Women's Club Drama Award REBECCA SWISHER MARTHA LANDRUM Metropolitan Women's Club Art Award Marguerite McLaughlin Yearbook Award 4 '1 3 5 gf: -W, S gy-4. K 1 ki, 'Z 2 , N- I' f 5 1 .ff p' ,sfjz gg, w 'W f 'AG 'f 4 ,, 7 fa , i M, 4 ly ,Ja XA? f 1, f M 7 t fl A gf 'a 4 ,Mya Q ibm . 4 I I 'i . Remember me to the ones who were there . . . KING and QUEEN: Steve Musgrave and Beth Stigall lfxv- f! X - Jlkliv , Q Milam? O 1 ' -. 5- wv x-X F4 "x BACCALAUREATE laureate was held Sunday, May Thirty-- first, Nineteen Hundred Seventy at Immanuel Baptist Church, with the Address being presented by Reverend David N. Blondell of Crestwood Christian Church. The Ushers and Marshalls were junior members of Na- tional Honor Society. V r I J U -x il 3 V' ' X N'-Hager. , 2 I 8 Seniors move in the processional to their seats accom- panied by "Trumpet Voluntary. " "WH-M-.....,,,,, , M u""""-rwm.f4W,. , r f is y, V ,fart . ,fi 6 , f- ggi 3 ABOVE: Tates Creek Chamber Singers offer up their feelings through two hymns. LEFT: Attentive Seniors absorb the Address. I QQ Long ago . . . it must be" I Ian Alcorn and Eunice Archie seem caught in a pensive mood. 'U diva' This year, the faculty was able to get 3 biTd'S' eYe View of the graduates RIGHT: Off to the Senior Party! ! But first, check in your cap and gown. Son Arthur receives his diploma from Mr Rouse. xl Q L 9 "Can you imagine us years from today?" 1 K l r nl JI 1 The marshals for graduation were: Richard Floyd, Karen Crossen, Mary Beth Ely, and William Lures. Mike Bechanan solemnly heads down Aisle two. "Old friends, memory brushes the same years. " I l W, x 2,9 , , HQ, , u,5's. ww G,Q n j.1yrff1'Q,,,,w N ' WJ ' ilu., um1"'f'3'1vw ' ' ,, 4 4 xi ffffffffm, Upon I6C6lVll'1g her dlploma, Mellnda Dean glVCS her Q I' . Y Z 110,062 I, daddy a kiss. iff, . A , W 527114. - ' N K , -X! ! '1 ll' A1 I Nfl, V L "It's the spnngume of my 11fe. " Ig, 9 ey' aids dow ,ff ' Ad sl 'Y 3 n I an "Some are laughmg some are CFYWS ' ' , .ws I., .,, 5,4 4 ic," ' 4 5' -ff G Q51 3 !-' Speakmg at the event was Don Bale, ASSISISHI Su- permtendent, Bureau of Instrucuon, of the Kentucky Department of Education. IN APPRECIATION The 1970 Compass Staff gratefully appreciates the generous contributions from the following people: Ades Lexington Dry Goods Clay-Wachs Stock Yards American Businessmen's Coca Cola Life Insurance Compliments of a Friend Arby's Roast Beef W. T. Congleton R. Arnspiger Insurance Congleton Lumber Co. Ashland Oil Consolidated Insurance Ball Homes, Inc. Container Corp. Bank of Lexington Continental Inns Blue Grass Butane Cornett Construction Blue Cfrass Insurance Cottrell's Bakery Boggs Insurance Agency f Curtis Advertising Boone Driver's School A Daniel Construction David B-rain L. T. Davis Office Breeder's Supply and Equipment Equipment Co. Dixie Cash Register Bringardner Lumber Co. Dixie Cup Broughton's Farm Dairy A. R. Dixon Campbell House Eastern Air Lines Carey-Adams, Inc. Ecklar Moore, Inc. Central Kentucky News Co. 222 Engle Supply Co. Eubank Lumber Co. Factory Services Fayette County Board of Education Fayette Loan and Thrift Federal Sign and Signal Corp. 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