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NOT HER IDEA OF A JOKE-In seventh-period study hall,
Judy Kelly stares at the pile of books she finds on her desk-
after all, she can hardly finish her own homework in one hour!
NO CUTS-Mr. Peters stands by to see that
no one cuts into the cafeteria hamburger
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PEOPLE of all backgrounds are fused at Texas High.
A reflection of the group would be a grand kaleido-
scope revealing students-studious or fun-loving-and
teachers-dedicated and wise.
The office gang-principal, assistant principal, coun-
selors, and secretaries-mirrors a group that is ready
to aid us in any possible capacity.
Classes reflect memories of daydreaming . . . practi-
cal jokes . . . piles of homework . . . embarrassing mo-
ments . . . beloved teachers.
A view of mug shots shows us our best friend . . .
the class clown . . . the girl with the friendly smile
. . . the class president . . . and most likely, a horrify-
ing picture of ourselves.
Everyday more than l200 people walk through the
halls of Texas High-girls, boys, teachers, and admini-
strators. Each one is different, unique, and special, but
all are united in a great society, whose members are
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GETTING INTO CONDITION-Students in Mrs. Gibson's first-year typing
class spend ten minutes at the beginning of the period warming up. They
work on three sentences until their fingers are in condition for their timed
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T iger Track Teamsters Use Texarkana College Field
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JUST FOR FUN-Mike Parks and Leonard Frazier have
fun throwing a twelve-pound shot put hack and forth
becaugfg at the same time they are strengthening their
BEGINNING IN MARCH Tiger track teamsters donned
warm-up suits and started conditioning for the 1966 TRACK
season. After preliminary training, Tiger tracksters con-
verged at Texarkana College to begin final muscle-toning
and actual practice.
Bengal thinclads participated in several meets, including
the Hogs relays and district competition. Under the leader-
ship of their coach, Dale Works, the Tigers hoped to better
their fine record of last season.
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Tiger hurdler, gets on his mark, gets set, and is ready for the
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BACK T0 THE SALT MINES-During football season, every fhel' talk ab0l1l C0mPelili0H YCUSS Tiger Band music? SPe0ial
Friday moming the Tiger Gym rocks with yells and music. Stunts? PUPPY cheerleaders: PTeCi5i0n Performances of the PSP
When the pep rally ends, students reluctantly pile out of the Squad-all the Tiger spirit.
bleachers and retum to their classes. As they cross the campus,
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