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CLASS WILLS John Allen wills his conceitedness to anyone who can stand it. Julie Anderson wills her ballet ability to Bob Sibilia. Nancy Armstrong wills her sweetness to a box of candy. Rolf Augustine wills his glasses to a seeing-eye dog. Gordon Benner wills his popularity to Janice Hager. John Anderson wills Garfield back to the Indians. Ann Blew wills her nerve to Leo von Seeburg. Ann Bowen wills her figure to a totem pole. Joanne Bowers wills her bottle of peroxide to Rudy Enriquez. Kathy Bowers wills her shyness to Elenor Utlaut. Ronald Boyce wills his hair to Bob Sibilia. David Brandenburg wills his physique to Charles Atlas Jack Bresee wills his car to the junk yard. Ronald Brown wills his brain to the nearest garbage can. Rozanne Bryant wills her figure to Jane Russell. Carl Cassady wills his sense of humor to Jerry Lewis. Steven Castle wills his shyness with girls to Doug Woods. Gail Champion wills herlast name to a spark plug. John Church wills his shyness to Jimmy Lindquist. Dick Claxton wills his wise cracks in English to a parrot. Roselyn Cohn wills her naturally curly hair to David Ghinassi. Steven Craig wills his cafeteria job to some hungry person. Mary Cronin wills her shyness with boys to Jackie Anderson. Sharon Crowther wills herself to the B.H.S. boys. Yvonne Cunha wills her laugh to a graveyard. Sheila Dougherty wills that swing to Sammy Kaye. Ellen E a rd ley wills her brain to Sammy Viviano. Sue Edwards wills her figure to Dagmar. Winston Ellerbeck wills Harriet to the L9 boys. Lorelda Fox wills her build to Bob Carlisle. Emily Gavey wills her clarinet to Mr. Minnzyk. Lebery George wills his sense of humor to the county morgue. Don Goode wills his natural abilityatgolftothe 19 th hole. Jerry Haines wills his quietness to a doormouse. Bill Hartman wills that suede to Lee ' s Men ' s Shop. Johnson Hing wills his watch to a take-it-apart class. Marjorie Holt wills her pocketbooks in English to the round file. Durk Hudson wills his binder to Peter Loeb. Glen Hultgren wills his brain to Einstein. Karen Jarman wills her complexion to a Ubangi na- tive. Richard Jennings wills that bracelet to any B.H.S. girl. Roger Jennings wills his job to anyone who needs what Roger still doesn ' t have. Ted Jenny wills his muscles to a toothpick. Gordon Johnson wills his last name to a can of floor- wax. Yachiyo Kami wills her small feet to Bob Boldy. Barbara Kincade wills her shyness with boys to Linda Lee. Ray Kechley wills Dale to " the " boys at B.H.S. David Koehn wills his many injuries to Herrick Hospital. Ray La Groue wills his plaster-cast to the construction of the new auditorium. Donna Larnach wills her figure to a modeling school. Lorna Lawerence wills Garfield to her sister. Marcia Lightbody wills her monologues to some lonely person. Gerald Luthin wills his job as Social Secretary to any party loving L9. Doris Lindsey wills that southern accent to a French- man. Ada MacNab wills her Scotchness to an Irishman. Jackie Marshall wills her many boyfriends to Gwen Goble. David Mason wills those big words back to Webster. Shirley Masters wills her many clothes to I. Mag n ins. Don McCorkle wills his quietness to some deserving loud-mouth. Arlene McCoy wills her height to the Empire State Building. Pat McEwing wills those numerous diets to the Fat Man. Don Miller wills his passiveness to a woman who is strong-minded. Harry Morris wills his slouch to the Charm Beauty College. Bob Mullin wills his nickname " Muffin " to Hugo ' s Bakery. Charles Myers wills that walk to someone with a car. Gordon Nordby wills his cords to a piano. Sara Nicholson wills her hair to Henna Rinse. Jill Overstreet wills her coy remarks to Bob N erne- check. Jean Patrick wills her lost weight to a Turkish bath. Deborah Porritt wills her tardiness to Mrs. Bartell. Charles Reinke wills his " li ' l " hat to a " li ' l " monkey. David Rinta wills his size to U.S.C. Andrei Rogers wills himself back to China. Gerry Rollefson wills his quietness to a Jerry ' s door- mouse. Kristin Roper wills her short brown hair to someone with long black hair. Gaby Rosenfeld wills her first name to a parrot. Bill Rulon wills his roughness to Jeff Horner. Rosemary Rutherford wills her voice to Frankie Lane. Dale Sackett wills her smile to a Cheshire cat. Robert Sage wills his obnoxiousness to poor B.H.S. George Seely wills his last name to a mattress factory. Peter Schugren wills himself to the H8 girls. Barbara Schweitzer wills her beaus to a ribbon factory. Norma Lee Sharp wills her eyes to a cocker spaniel. Sandy Small wills himself to the Stanford class of 1958. Janice Stevens wills her hair to a Toni ad— the other one. Sydney Stoddard wills her hands to Revlon. Bill Stoll wills those boots to a lumber camp. Ed Stone wills his shyness with girls to Russell Fuller. Frank Thomas wills his nickname " Mouse " to a Swiss cheese factory. Marcia Ti lies wills her last name to anyone who can pronounce it the f rst time. PatValiton wills her bubbling personality to a box of Duz. Mary Walpolewills her temper to a Chow dog. Peter Warner just leaves. Carole Watchers wills her good Spanish grades to Jerry Hecht. Vernita White wills her effervescence to a lime rickey. Jo Ann Willis wills her job as lota Prexy to any brave Epsilon. Lynne Wiseman wills her ability to flirt to some inno- cent 17 . Bill and Joe Wrixon will their twin ny problems to John and James Watt.
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