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Page 14 text:
SPRING OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
Front: Bobbie Westberg, Patti Roos
Center: Bob Zukin, Tom Horton, Berne-ll Fox
Rear: Miss Daniel, Mr. Des Rochers
AMERICAN LECIONV AWARD
Nancycarol Moyer, David Carroll
FALL OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
Front: Barbara Blick, Betty Chapman, Miss Daniel,
Mr. Des Rochers
Rear: Buddy Bottoms, Bob Thompson,
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Page 15 text:
win fer '46
When the Carioca Class of'Winter '46 left Uni-
versity, they took with them one of the finest rec-
ords ever made by a winter class. From their ranks
came Commissioners, Knights, Mawandas, and
athletes. Under the capable sponsorship of Nor-
fleet Daniel and George DesRochers, the class gave
us seven Sealbearers and five Ephebians. .
The officers of the class were exceptional. Lead-
ing the Cariocas as presidents in the Senior B and A
terms, respectively, were Tom Horton and Bob
"Moan" Thompson. They were ably aided by boys'
vice-presidents, Bernell Fox and james "Buddy"
Bottoms, girls' vice presidents, Patti Roos and Betty
Chapman, secretaries, Bobbie Westberg and Bar-
bara Blick, and treasurers, Bob Zukin and Hunter
When the awards were made at the end of the
year, the class chose to give membership in the
Ephebian Society, the highest honor which can be
awarded a high school student, to Kent Tyler, who
had served the student body as president, Ralph
Daniels, Bill Heyler, Margaret Holland, and Cayley
Stone. The American Legion award went to two
outstanding Cariocas, David Carroll and Nancycarol
Moyer. Those who had been Meledonians two-
thirds of their high school career, Barbara Aron-
sen, joanne Haskell, ludith justman, Don Morri-
son, lrene Smith, Lenore West, and Roger Wiskow
were made Sealbearers.
Evidence of the war emergency was found in
the twenty-nine Carioca boys who received their
diplomas after they had entered the service, and
while several were able to attend the exercises,
most had their diplomas mailed to them.
Rio Rhythms, the South American Color Day,
was gay and lively, and the small class provided
an abundance of talent. Singers, dancers, musi-
cians, and skits were presented, backed by
"Roberto Thompson's Cariocansf' The highlight
of the program, of course, was when the class
marched down the auditorium aisles singing their
song and presenting their colors. The sweaters,
which were kelly green, had a gay and nonchalant
lose Carioca over the pocket.
On the Field Day,' the Cariocas were once again
caught in the winter class jinx, but they provided
stiff competition for the overwhelming number
in the Senior B class. ln regular school athletics,
the Cariocas gave Unihi some of the best. ln
football there were Kent Tyler, Moan Thompson,
Herb Millington, Chuck Cross, Buddy Bottoms,
Hunter Crittenden, Ray Biendorf, Don Michael,
and Bob Bishop. ln basketball they gave us Rod
Hatch, Bernell Fox, and Tom Horton. Track men
who produced championship squads were Dave
Upham, Buddy Bottoms, and Ted Off. Baseball
found Rod Hatch, Duane Walker, and Don Morrison
Carrying away the honor titles of best looking
boy and girl were Norman Hopps and Mary Ander-
son. Teddy Sargent was voted most popular girl, and
Bobbie Westberg, girl with the best personality. For
the first time in Uni history, one boy, Moan Thomp-
son, carried off both most popular and best person-
ality titles in the masculine division. Student Body
President, Kent Tyler, and Margaret Holland were
voted the boy and girl most likely to succeed. A
newly added title, "class joker," was a near tie,
with only two votes difference between Bernell Fox
and Hugh Kelley.
Graduation exercises were held january 25, l946,
and 2l9 seniors bid farewell to Unihi. ln return,
Uni proudly saluted their first post-war graduating
class. "Saludos Amigos," Cariocas, of Winter '46.
Tom Horton, Bob Thompson
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