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Pepperdine University Awards D-ay at Malibu January 25
where they received first place sweepstakes for the fourth
tconsectutive year along with first place trophies forthe
yearbook, newspaper, and literary magazine. i Eighth
grade boys played soccer in P.E.l As a social science
project, ninth grader Pat McDonald interviewed world-
famous explorer John Goddard following his annual
assembly presented February li. R Musical and dramatic
talents were exhibited during the annual Talent Assembly
January 30. EThe Journalism Department found a new
home in the more spacious quarters of 3Ol ot the end
of first semester. Efifold was victorious January 29 in the
eighth grade Blue-Gold Basketball Game. Rod Daniels
and Marcos Gollarzu were Blue captains while Bronco
Sevic and Mike Sillo captained the Goldf A See's
Sucker Sale, sponsored by the seventh grade class, was
held January 28 after school to raise money for the
framing ofthe winning photograph in their new Photo
Gallery competition. E A student locker check was held
at the end of first semester. Craig Alexander and Janie
Teague received their Cougar Awards at the Awards-
lnstallation Assembly February T4, New ASB officers were
installed and Starr Aworols went to twelve studenls while
"J" Awards went to nearly 50 others. I Muir edged
Luther and Jordan for first place over-all in the annual
Tri-School Basketball Tournament February 5. Jordan
placed second in the eighth grade division, third in the
ninth, and tied with both Luther and Muir in the seventh.
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