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Upstairs, downstairs, all around the school; people in groups and people by themselves, we go with the mad rush to gain knowledge, get to class, or maybe get a bite to eat. Math hall up the right steps. Science hall down the left steps. Examin- ing an amoeba, Frankie Long focuses with scientific precision. Food seems a delight to Ken Cathy and Dave Warren even if Deb Spooner has her doubts. Daniel Edlow travels through a bell time crowd while Nancy Eberly finds a moment of solitude to catch up on a few notes. All of this is our day to day life in the center of history. 1 1
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MARGIE QUARLES JOI TUCKER A Dazzling Display Delights Homecoming Crowd Weeks before Homecoming, the SCA got together and decided what to do this year. The results of this meeting were this year’s theme " Paths to the Present” and a planned week of activities. The activities included pep rallies, a special day for the seniors and juniors where they wore their shirts inside out, coupled with odd shoes and socks. Signs of Defeat Denbigh were everywhere. The sophomores and the freshmen had a special day too. They wore white socks, ties, rolled up their pants, and carried signs. The teachers did a piece by having a 50’s day. A chili dinner warmed stomachs before the American Graffiti movie. Floats evolved from masses of chicken wire and countless napkins. Friday was the big day staning with a pep rally which madly lead to the pageantry of the parade on Cook Road. The climax of the day came with the game and the crowning of Elizabeth Sim as our Homecoming Queen during halftime. The peak was reached as the giant flag unfolded to the strains of " The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” and " America the Beautiful.” 13
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