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Pep Band is a special branch of the "A" Band. The members are chosen by the instructor,
Mr. Clark. They are chosen on their ability to play popular music and their seniority in the
band. It consists of twenty three members. They play for nuinerous events throughout the year,
such as basketball games, pep assemblies, and any other event they may be asked for.
Saxophone Clarinet Trombone Trunipet
George Auer Leatha Heinrich Lee Ann May Patsy Steinlicht
Ray Auer Patty Thomson Merle Shockey Dave Roesler
Billy Wilson Jim Ahl Ronnie Chyba
.Toe Engler William Holst Steve Sibell
Steve Kent Baritone Jerry Smith
Donna Baggaley Tom Martin Clifford Roebuck
Drunus Accordian Piano String Bass Bass
Forrest Houlette Barbara Rich Toni Shama Helen Pontius Dave Curtis
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Mary Alice Stangle
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Four members of Deadwood High School have been
given chairs in the ninth annual All-State Band Con-
cert to be held in Mitchell on April 3rd and 4th, This
year Patsy Steinlicht, David Roesler, Tom Martin,
and Steve Kent have the honor of playing in this fine
This is Patsy's second year to play in the band,
and she will play sixth chair out of 18, in the cor-
net section. David will play eleventh chair cornet.
Steve is third out of six tenor saxophones. Tom will
play third out of ten baritones.
They are chosen on competitive auditions over the
entire state. Eight hundred tried out, only 150 were
"A" Band is an organization of 56 members. They are chosen on their ability to play con-
cert music, experience and prior service in "B" Band. They play for concerts, football games
out-of-town appearances, music festival, and anything else that they might be asked for. This
year they put on, for the entire student body, a different type of concert. They called it the "Pop"
Concert. It consisted of a variety of music, such as mambos, calypsos, sambas and rhumbas
and marches. They hope to make this an annual affair.
Back Row: P. Thompson, J. Proctor, C. Baker, J. Stangle, C. Arends, R. Gorder, D. New,
J. Fletcher, F. Houlette, B. Rich, D. Curtis, R. Duke, R. Regan, T. Martin, S. Sibell, R.
Chyba, D. Roesler, P. Steinlicht. Middle Row: D. Baggaley, J. Clark, L. Heinrich, R. Dyvig,
B. Wilson, P. Williamson, G. Auer, R. Auer, S. Kent, J. Engler, R. Island, C. Marshall,
C. Roebuck, J. Smith, H. Hicks. Front Row: H. Pontius, L. Pontius, R. Wilson, M. Stangle,
M. Clark, S. Curtis, S. Curtis, in back of them, J. Hennen, L. Pontius, R. Turner, W. Holst,
J. Ahl, M. Shockey, L. A. May.
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Left to right: M. Newell, D. Speck, D. Rhodes, N. Ellis, S. Curtis, M. Stangle, treasurer,
J. Parker, J. Marshall, secretary, D. Carlson, B. Ruth, presidentg S. Johnson, J. Veitl, S.
Curtis, J. Proctor, J. Fletcher, Mrs. Nelson, advisor, not pictured, Gary Keehn, vice-presi-
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For the first time in the history of Deadwood High School, an enthusiastic group of Latin
students have been organized by their teacher, Mrs. Harry Nelson, into an active Latin Club.
The Vox Discipulurn Club QVoice of the pupilsj composed of sixteen members, has had a busy
first year. They hold two meetings a month, one in the evening and the other during a regular
class period. In the early part of February, the Deadwood students journeyed to Sturgis as
guests of the Societas Romana Club QRoman Societyj, the Sturgis High School Latin Club. The
meeting was held in true Latin style, complete with togas, tunics, and a play presented by the
The Vox Discipulum Club is an active member of the Junior Classical League sponsored
by the Arnerican Classical League of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, whose aim is: The mem-
bers are to hand on the torch of classical civilization in the modern world. They believe an ac-
quaintance with the civilization of Greece and Rome will help them understand and appraise this
world of today, which is indebted to ancient civilization in its governments, laws, literatures,
languages and arts.
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