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John marshal! high school 
10101 east 38th street 
indianapolis, indiana 
volume VI 





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caring about 
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blacks, whites 
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students 
arrested for 
violence, 
drugs . . . 
a ^together' 
senior class . . . 
dying clubs . . . 
science trips to 
Okefenokee, 
St. Louis . . . 
our goal 
is to unite, 
to accept, 
to widen 
our circle of 
compassion. 





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HOMECOMING 

VICTORY 

ELUDES 

THE 

PATS, 21-6 



'Floats, Patriettes, 
the band — just how 
many people are left 
in the stands to view 
this gargantuan 
parade? 9 



On Friday, October 13, victory 
passed over Marshall's head as 
one of the top 20 state teams, the 
Chatard Trojans, rolled the Pats to 
a 21-6 loss. However, the defeat 
was only in points, as spectators 
continued to cheer the team. 

At half-time the array of 20 
floats were displayed by students. 
The floats came from every class, 
some clubs and some third hour 
homerooms. The junior class float 
was judged the winner. Then the 
Patriettes, under the direction of 
Ms. Norma Dillon, did their rou- 
tine to "Get It On" and "Stripper" 
played by the marching band and 
conducted by Mr. Stephen Hum- 
preys and Drum Major Gary 
Thomerson. Finally, former 
Homecoming Queen Cindy Rob- 
erts crowned her successor. Senior 
Mary Sue Fulton. 

After the game a dance was 
held in the main foyer to let Patri- 
ots celebrate the homecoming. 

— Patrick Lewallen 





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ABOVE: Riding home the winning class float is Junior 
Chuck Owens. Homecoming was on Friday October 13 on 
Sullivan Field. LEFT: Leading his band at the Homecoming 
Dance after the game is Senior Bart Chafin. RIGHT: Hear- 
ing the news that the 1972 Homecoming Queen is Mary Sue 
Fulton, the crowds in the bleachers showered her and her 
court with confetti. Mary Sue was crowned by former Queen 
Cindy Roberts. BELOW: Tackling a Chatard Trojan are 
Marshall Patriots. The Patriots lost the game 21-6, to give 
them a 2 win, 6 loss record at that time. The Pats later 
defeated Tech, a local power. 




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Patriots on Parade 



TWO NIGHT 
TALENT 
SHOW 
SMASHING 
STAGE HIT 

'Say Alleluia! Its 
the Right 
Reverend Doctor 
Billy Sol here to 
help you cash in 
on your faith ' 



The sixth annual "Patriots on 
Parade" had no basic theme this 
year, thus allowing students 
enough freedom to display their 
wide range of talents. The show 
was a success, although temporar- 
ily cancelled by the teachers' 
strike. 

Mr Gayle Byers, co-adviser of 
the show, stated after auditions, 
"This year's extravaganza, ingeni- 
ously laced with barbs on the 
media, will undoubtedly go down 
in history as the most smashing 
'Patriots on Parade,' " and it was. 

Mr. Byers. choir director, and 
Ms. Janet Eberle, publications 
adviser, coached the show along 
with the steering committee com- 
posed of three students. 

The acts in the show consisted 
of current music, soul, blues, piano 
soloists, dances and short skits fea- 
tured in the auditorium. Major 
musical groups participating in 
"Pats on Parade" were the Mar- 
shallaires and the Liberty Belles. 

— Patrick Lewallen 






ABOVE: Working out their numbers for the variety show 
are Junior Jim Kimsey and Senior Gary Thomerson. Their 
group played from the orchestra pit at various times during 
the show. LEFT: Singing "Leaving on a Jet Plane" and 
"Rolling on the River" during a musical interlude of "Pats 
on Parade" is Doug Lewis. RIGHT: Portraying the part of 
"Brother Billy" in a satire during the show is Junior Ray 
Kane. BELOW: Performing an original interpretation of 
"Tequila" are Majorie Bunnell and Debbie Lewis. 







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ABOVE: Giving the benediction to fellow students, faculty 
and parents is Secretary of the class, graduated senior Terri 
Kauffman. LEFT: Receiving his diploma from Reverend 
Sheilds, a member of the School Board, is Class President 
Paul Day. Bill Shipley and Paul Day assisted in handing out 
all the other diplomas. RIGHT: Senior Pat Lewallen, Co- 
Editor of the 1973 Marhiscan, pauses on the Indiana Uni- 
versity campus where he attended a two-week journalism 
workshop. Pat won first place in his editor's workshop, one 
of many that journalism students attended. BELOW: Led by 
the class officers the graduating class marches toward Sulli- 
van Field where Commencements take place. This was the 
first class to hold Commencement exercises outdoors. 




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Graduation on June 7, 1972 had 
a slight change from the usual 
commencement agenda. For the 
first time at Marshall, the event 
was moved outside. 

The 1972 class officers Paul 
Day, Bill Shipley, Terri Kaufmann 
and Marsha Kimbel led their class 
in two even lines from the student 
parking lot to the football field. 

After a brief opening and wel- 
come from Principal Thomas 
Haynes, Valedictorian Bob Copus 
gave a few words of inspiration to 
the class and to the audience. 

—Patrick Lewallen 



This summer found many Mar- 
shall students in workshops. 

Publication staff members 
enrolled in one and two week 
workshops at Ball State and Indi- 
ana Universities. 

Six German students visited 
Germany for a month where they 
studied in German schools. 

Cheerleaders and football 
Patriettes also attended one week 
workshops at Vincennes and Indi- 
ana State Universities; Lynne 
Cory and Ed Radcliff attended 
Girls' and Boys" State. 

—Sharon Crowe 



Graduation, Institutes 




'72 SENIORS 
STAGE FIRST 
OUTSIDE 
GRADUATION 

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got to stay out till 
we graduate because 
the rain would just 
ruin my hair'. 



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Dances 



SHERWOOD 
COUNTRY 
CLUB HOSTS 
PROM 

'Quasi Modo! What 
kind of a mixed 
drink is that? 9 



Mr. Thomas M. Haynes, Mr. J. 
Ray Johnson, Mr. James Rodehef- 
fer and Colonel Clark, District 
Army Instructor were among hon- 
ored guests to attend the 1972 Mil- 
itary Ball. "Hopefully Someday" 
was the theme of the formal dance 
with more than 50 couples attend- 
ing. Junior Earnestine Eddy 
escorted by Senior James Blanch- 
ard was crowned queen of the 
dance. 

The Sherwood Country Club 
was the location for the fifth 
annual Junior-Senior Prom. "Cele- 
brate", the theme, corresponded 
with the gaily decorated country 
club. The dance took place on 
June 5 and was organized by Sen- 
ior Sponsor Roger Schroder and a 
steering committee of juniors and 
seniors. John and Jim Kimsey's 
band, "Quasi Modo" provided the 
music. 

—Sharon Crowe 









ABOVE: Seniors Danny McGinley and Mary Sue Fulton 
take position for their prom pictures taken by Paula Studios. 
UPPER LEFT: Juniors Lynne Cory and Steve Hall sign up 
for prom pictures as they enter the dance. LEFT: Autumn 
Cluggish and Howard Cox stop for some refreshments 
served by Pam Emrick and Joni Patterson. RIGHT: Dancing 
at the 1972 Military Ball are Ernestine Eddy and Jim 
Blanchard. The theme of the formal dance was "Hopefully 
Someday." BELOW: 1973 PROM COMMITTEE: Sharon 
Crowe, Suzanne TeVault, Beth Curran, Brenda Dyke, Vickie 
Crawley, Linda Allgood, Janie Stract, Diane Jacob. Chunky 
Buttram, Mary Parrot. The committee's chairman was Linda 
Allgood. 





All-School Play 



'UP THE 

D 

O 

W 

N 

STAIRCASE' 



The setting — an inner-city high 
school. The story — the problems 
faced by a first-year teacher and 
how she handles the everyday 
troubles of her students. With the 
help of fellow teachers and her 
students, Sylvia Barrett, played by 
Liz Ebert, comes to know herself. 

Ms. Patricia Clifford directed 
the play March 15 and 16. 
"Although the play 'Up the Down 
Staircase' is a comedy, it does 
illustrate many of the foibles of 
modern education. Perhaps Bel 
Kaufman is alerting us to recog- 
nize our inadequacies," stated Ms. 



Clifford. 

Mr. Paul Justice and the stage 
crew built the set with openings 
cut in the wall ala the "Laugh-In 
Joke Wall". Senior Gary Hampton 
managed the stage crew, and soph- 
omore Margaret Johnson designed 
the school setting. The set and the 
matinee performance were another 
in the series of "Marshall firsts". 

"Up the Down Staircase" 
proved to be a delightful, modern 
comedy that brought a great turn- 
out by the students and commu- 
nity. 

— Ene Ruusma 



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the point, 9 
'Well, then let it be 
a challenge to you!' 




CAST 

Sylvia Barrett Liz Ebert 

Paul Barringer .... Steve Hall 
Bea Schacter . . Bernie Cooper 

Dr. Maxwell Clarke Larry 

Jahnke 
Mr. McHabe . Mike Glotfelty 

Joe Ferone Bob Smith 

Mr. Bester . . . Dan Nordsieck 
Ella Fridendburg .Jean Kane 

Students Tom Healy, 

Janie Sterrett, Lynne Cory, 
Jim Kimsey, Ron Smith, 
Laurie Ziesmer, Beth Ely, 
Margaret Johnson, Sherry 
Lawley, .Debbie Behnam, 
Greg Mansfield, Pam 
Emrick, Bennie Anderson, 
John Wilson, Kalah Kuhn, 
Shelia Harrison, Joann 
Shanks, Kathy Purcell, 
Donna Downton, Molly 
Mulcahe. 
Director Ms. Patricia Clifford 



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ABOVE: Painting background scen- 
ery is Senior Karen Denny. The 
stage crew, with the help of Mr. 
Paul Justice, built the set. LEFT: 
Presenting the rules to her new 
class, is Miss Barrett, the teacher in 
the play. UPPER RIGHT: Speaking 
to Joe Ferone (Bob Smith) is 
Teacher Slyvia Barrett (Liz Ebert). 
LOWER RIGHT: Portraying the 
part of one of the students in the 
"back row" is Senior Tom Healy. 
BELOW: Rehearsing his role in the 
all-school play is freshman Greg 
Mayfield. 







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English 



NEW PHASE 
ELECTIVES 
INFILTRATE 
ENGLISH 

f The phase electives 
give pupils both a 
freedom in 
scheduling and a 
responsibility to 
know their needs. ' 



Marshall's English Department 
was the first in the city to intro- 
duce phased electives, giving jun- 
iors and seniors a choice in their 
English courses. Various phased 
electives were Art of the Motion 
Picture, Bible as Literature, Black 
Literature, Folklore, Mythology, 
Reading Seminar, Science Fiction, 
Shakespeare, Short Story, and 
Twentieth Century Novel. Lan- 
guage and Communications, Edi- 
torial Practices, Speech and 
Drama were also offered. 

"Effects of Gamma Rays on 
Man in the Moon Marigolds" was 
reviewed at Clowes Hall by Ms. 
Patricia Seawell's English 1 class. 
Humanities classes toured the 
Museum of Art and the famous 
architecture of Columbus, Indiana. 

Teachers added to the depart- 
ment were Ms. Colleen Stanley, 
Mr. Jack Weaver, Ms. Margaret 
Rawlings, Ms. Nancy Williams 
and Ms. June Grundy. 

— Debra Jarchow 





22/english 












ABOVE: Gazing over first period Mythology class is the Greeks' lesser god Pan. The 
history and worship of Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Norse gods were studied in 
Mythology. LEFT: Jerry Bullock works studiously on an assignment during class. 
LOWER LEFT: Seniors Lynne Cory and Elizabeth Ebert act out important parts of 
a famous dramatic play during Drama II class. Drama II is a second semester course 
taught by Ms. Patricia Clifford. BELOW: Tom Healy relates his views on a current 
book to his Twentieth Century Novel class. The class, taught by Ms. Judith Waugh, 
reads and discusses current novels and their authors. 




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ABOVE: Social Studies students learn to take accurate notes for their notebooks. 
LEFT: A senior takes advantage of the voting machine in room 113 to aid Nixon's 
landslide victory. UPPER RIGHT: Registered voters had to decide between Hudnut 
and Jacobs, locally, and McGovern and Nixon, nationally. RIGHT: The Indianapo- 
lis policeman being interviewed by reporter Kathy Whyde explained how the police 
works in local government and distributed career information. BELOW: Sergeant 
Max Brenton, narcotics agent, informs psychology students about drugs and some of 
the methods used by the narcotics division to educate students. 




24/social studies 




Students again compete for the 
Lilly Foundation scholarships 
through their social studies classes. 
The winner received $1000 and the 
runner-up received $500. 

Psychology and metropolitan 
problems classes welcomed outside 
speakers. Sergeant Max Brenton, a 
narcotics agent; Robert Roun- 
savel, Urban League member, and 
members of Alcoholics Anony- 
mous visited. 

Mr. Dwighi Shaw was named 
the new department head, and Mr. 
Richard Crowe was added to the 
teaching staff. 

— Debra Jarchow 



Social Studies 



HISTORY 
STUDENTS 
WELCOME 
SPEAKERS 




'For the first time in 
my life I realized 
what a national 
election meant. 
It made me proud. ' 



25/social studies 



Math 



ONE-HALF 
MARSHALL'S 
STUDENTS 
TAKE MATH 

*My straight lines 
never seem to turn 
out straight, and my 
circles are shaped 
like squashed eggs. 9 



Math students were once again 
able to try their hand at the 
improved system of modern com- 
puter technology. A new proce- 
dure was set up this year by the 
Math Department. The principal 
computer is shared with Broad 
Ripple. Each school has a terminal 
into which questions are punched 
by students. 

There were close to 1500 stu- 
dents enrolled in the Math 
Department, which includes one 
half of the total student body. 
Five new teachers were added to 
the department's staff: Mr. Alan 
Norris, Ms. Karen Waddell, Mr. 
R. Joseph Benda, Mr. Venkata- 
chalapathi Ellur, and Ms. Gwen- 
dalyn Reed. 

— Debra Jarchow 




26/math 




ABOVE: One of the qualified com- 
puter operators is math student 
Steve Nokes. LEFT: Using a plastic 
model to illustrate space figures is 
Unified teacher Stephanie Thorne. 
RIGHT: Working problems on the 
board enables students to solve 
problems themselves and to partici- 
pate in class. LOWER RIGHT: 
Explaining to Geometry 1 students 
the complex proofs of plane theo- 
rems is Mr. Carl Hines. BELOW: 
Assisting an Algebra 3 student dur- 
ing study time is Mr. Alan Norris. 





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ABOVE: Stirring the solution in her 
crucible is junior Lisa Markham. 
LEFT: Kevin Mounts is another 
student who has used a cigar box to 
mount his insects. RIGHT: studying 
examples collected by fellow stu- 
dents is one way to study for a biol- 
ogy leaf test. FAR UPPER RIGHT: 
Taking blood samples is one of 
many class projects in advanced 
biology. LOWER RIGHT: Live ani- 
mals are observed during zoology 
by Mr. Randy Lamb and his stu- 
dents. BELOW: Physics students 
study the effects of acceleration and 
force during a classroom lab. Chem- 
istry is a prerequisite for Physics. 





28/science 







An overnight educational field 
trip was sponsored for the first 
time this year by Marshall's Sci- 
ence Department. Their tour, 
arranged by Trailways, included 
Missouri Botanical Garden, Cli- 
matron and the Park Zoological 
Garden. The cost was $40.00. 

The bulldozing and construction 
that occurred in the fall created 
problems for biology students. It 
resulted in the absence of insects 
and caused many species of birds 
to look for safer homes. 

Life Science, a general science, 
was added to the department's 
curriculum. It deals with proper- 
ties of matter, the universe, and 
the more physical aspects of sci- 
ence. The class is taught by Ms. 
Mary Lou Lyons, who is also new 
to the department. Besides life sci- 
ence, she also teaches two physics 
classes. 

— Debra Jarchow 



Science 



ZOOLOGY 
AND BOTANY 
CLASSES 
TOUR ST. 
LOUIS 

f J don't have dreams 
about exams 
anymore; now 
they're nightmares 
where insects return 
for revenge!' 






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Foreign Language 



EUROPEAN 
TOURS 
ATTRACT 
STUDENTS 



^Exchanging ideas 
and solutions with 
people from 
different lands is the 
easiest way to insure 
peace. 9 



Studying a foreign language at 
John Marshall includes more than 
just learning the proper grammar 
and pronunciation. Through the 
I.U. Honors Program seven stu- 
dents will spend their vacations 
somewhere in Europe and live 
with a European family and learn 
the customs of the country they 
are visiting. 

While advanced Spanish stu- 
dents visited the Rivoli Theater 
and viewed recent films produced 
in Spanish, Latin students tried a 
new approach to Latin. Instead of 
lengthy translations of Latin into 
English, an active oral approach to 
the language was tried. 

Fourth year German students 
for the first time were given a 
choice between either German lit- 
erature or German history. 

New teachers added to the staff 
included Ms. Mildred Stevens and 
Ms. Patricia Seawall. 

— Debra Jarchow 






ABOVE: Ms. Mildred Stevens finds 
that drilling with pictures helps stu- 
dents memorize their French vocab- 
ulary words faster and easier. 
LEFT: Illustrating sample sentences 
on the board to his Spanish I class 
is Mr. William Jefferson. BELOW: 
Reviewing the day's lessons with her 
German I students is Ms. Paula 
Barbour. RIGHT: Famous Latin 
philosophies are often discussed in 
Mr. Byron Cooper's Latin classes. 













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NEW CLASS 
FEATURES 
OWN-SPEED 
PROGRESS 

f J never realized 
typing would 
demand as much 
stamina as summer 
training for the 
football team, ' 



"Business courses prepare stu- 
dents in two areas. There is direct 
preparation toward future business 
vocations; there is also indirect 
preparation for the everyday busi- 
ness world that we all live in," 
explained Ms. Janet Weaver, head 
of the Business Department. 

Record keeping, taught by Ken- 
neth George, was added to the 
department's curriculum this year. 
It's an individual progress course 
where the students move through 
the material at their own rate and 
emphasizes financial record-keep- 
ing. 

— Debra Jarchow 






ABOVE: Operating the switchboard 
is junior business student, Vickie 
Bradshaw. Office work is open to 
any student majoring in business. 
LEFT: Adjusting the typewriter for 
junior Christine Elliot is Ms. Joan 
Waldman. RIGHT: Typing her class 
assignment is junior Evelyn Wil- 
liams. BELOW: Completing her 
general business homework is Fresh- 
man Shiela Swann. The class is 
taught by Ms. Jean Potts. 





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DE, ICT 



DE AND ICT 
TRANSFER 
INTO LARGER 
CLASSROOM 

*DE helped me get a 
job I really like. It 
helped me train for 
my present job and 
any future one. 9 



Distributive Education classes 
moved into a larger classroom that 
was completed this year at Mar- 
shall located in the music hall. 

The main goal of DE is "to 
teach students skills in the area of 
marketing and distribution." Stu- 
dents learned how to handle a cus- 
tomer complaint and were pre- 
pared for job interviews and 
requirements. All seniors in DE 
were employed. 

Industrial Cooperative Training 
placed students in various indus- 
trial trades. Some students became 
nurses aids, X-ray technicians, or 
auto mechanics, where they 
received valuable training. 

A regular weekly salary was 
paid to students, and reports on 
conduct and attendance were filed. 

During the classroom phase stu- 
dents worked on individual study 
related to their area of work. 

— Debra Jarchow 






ABOVE: Fastening glass sheets into 
a large window frame is Jeff Hen- 
derson. LEFT: ICT student Ron 
Snyder, works in the meat depart- 
ment of a grocery store. RIGHT: 
Patching worn tires is Senior Fred 
Taylor. BELOW: Holding the DE 
banner are Mr. Ken Stanley, DE 
coordinator; Rusty Brill, state presi- 
dent; Diane Harmon, treasurer; 
Tom Tompkins; David Fromm, par- 
liamentarian; Elaine Smith, secre- 
tary and David Ponto, president. 





Home Economics 



MORE BOYS 
PARTICIPATE 
IN HOME EC 
CLASSROOMS 

*The best part of 
foods class is when 
we get to eat. Of 
course, not 
everything turns out 
edible. 9 



Woman's Liberation should be 
happy to know that a few future 
husbands will have some knowl- 
edge of housekeeping or of family 
living. Boys were enrolled both in 
foods and family living classes this 
year. A chef's class is also planned 
to be added to the curriculum. It 
will be for senior boys and will 
require no previous home econom- 
ics courses. 

Colorful red, white and blue 
striped vests were made by the 
sewing classes for the office mes- 
sengers. Badges were also sewn 
onto the ROTC uniforms by the 
sewing students. School services 
were also performed by foods 
classes; refreshments were made 
for meetings. 

Ms. Marilyn Johannessen, 
department head, explained, "Stu- 
dents need to be prepared to con- 
tribute their share in making a 
family successful. The home is the 
basic unit in our present society." 

— Debra Jarchow 





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ABOVE: Glenna Lambert carefully 
places her creation into the oven. 
LEFT: These home economics stu- 
dents agree that being able to sam- 
ple their meals is the best part of 
foods classes. FAR LEFT: Colorful 
displays are a major project of the 
Home Ec Department. This one is 
done by the sewing classes. RIGHT: 
Preparing her dish for the day is 
Linda Steen. BELOW: Showing one 
of its completed projects is this Sew- 
ing II class. 





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Industrial Arts 



AEROSPACE 
STUDENTS 
CONSTRUCT 
HOVERCRAFT 



The Industrial Arts Department 
gave parents a chance to see just 
what the students were doing. A 
family day was set aside and par- 
ents visited the shops and watched 
the students work. 

"Girls are welcome to sign up 
for any industrial arts courses," 
offered Mr. Clifton Scott. Mr. 
Scott feels there is a growing area 
for women in the industries. 

During the year, classes partici- 
pated in contests including archi- 
tectural drafting, printing and 
lamp construction. 

— Debra Jarchow 



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me a chance both to 
work with my hands 
and to create my 
own styles and 
designs. ' 






ABOVE: Demonstrating the basic 
methods of construction is Mr. Mar- 
tin Coble. UPPER LEFT: Aero- 
space placed posters at strategic 
points in Marshall's halls to attract 
students and to interest them in 
signing up for the course. LEFT: 
Randy Amos studies a car engine 
before repairing it. RIGHT: Fixing 
a carburetor is Kennetha Paschell. 
BELOW: Manuvering the aero- 
space hovercraft are Jeff Kingston 
and Craig George. 








ABOVE: Rehearsing for a concert is the Freshmen Girls' 
Choir. LEFT: Practice rooms are used by students during 
free periods. RIGHT: Playing "The Masterpiece" is the Sym- 
phonic Wind Ensemble. BELOW: Mr. Stephen Humphreys 
is Marshall's band director. 




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The Marshallaires brought 
Christmas cheer to nursing home 
patients this year. They also did 
Advent caroling for the patients at 
Turtle Creek Community Hospital, 
sang at Patriots on Parade, and 
participated in the Cavalcade of 
Music. 

Choir appointments included 
the convocation series at IUPUI, 
the Hobby Show at the fair- 
grounds, and Christmas on the 
Circle. 

Music students had the chance 
to enter many contests. There were 
vocal, wind, choir, band and 
orchestra contests both state and 
city-wide. Band members partici- 
pated both in Pep Band and in 
Marching Band. 

The Music Department, headed 
by Mr. Raymond Brandes, added 
two new classes the second semes- 
ter. They were a Girls' Glee Club 
for upperclass girls and a Boys' 
Octet. Tryouts were in January 
and February. 

—Debra Jarchow 



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US1C 



GIRLS' GLEE 
CLUB, BOYS' 
OCTET, NEW 
CURRICULUM 

^Playing an 
instrument takes 
hours practice. 
Scales are played 
over and over. 



41 /music 




ABOVE: An art student forms a round ceramic dish with modeling clay. RIGHT: 
Art classes practiced their drawing skills by sketching the landscape surrounding the 
school. LOWER RIGHT: Pupils piece together a large collage made in separate sec- 
tions. BELOW: One art project is to design and finish an original poster for display. 





42/art 




Fashioning hand-formed ce- 
ramic figures was a novel opportu- 
nity in the Art Department this 
year. The figures were prepared by 
students in the new ceramics 
course. Exploratory art was also 
offered for the first time. The class 
was a combination both of paint- 
ing and drafting and of craft arts. 

Junior Michelle Corliss won first 
place for her design submitted for 
the flag of the National Associa- 
tion of Letter Carriers. First prize 
was a $100 savings bond. The sec- 
ond place prize of a $50 saving 
bond was won by Senior Beth 
Curran. Beth also won second 
place in the contest for Marion 
County high school students to 
design an official police flag. Mar- 
shall students again participated in 
the Scholastic Arts Contest. Prize 
winning entries and honorable 
mentions were on display in the L. 
S. Ayres auditorium. 

— Debra Jarchow 



Art 



CORLISS 
WINS FIRST 

IN FLAG DESIGN 
CONTEST 

'Art affects much of 
our daily lives. It 
affects our clothes, 
our homes and even 
the food we eat. ' 



43/art 



Phys Ed, Drivers Ed 



STUDENTS 
COMPETE IN 
PRESIDENTIAL 
FITNESS TEST 



Students in all advanced physi- 
cal education classes competed for 
the first time in the Presidential 
Physical Fitness Test. Certain 
standards were set in the areas of 
running, jumping and throwing. 
To pass the test it was necessary 
to excel in each area. 

Co-educational activities in the 
Physical Education Department 
were more numerous this year. 
Volleyball, dodgeball and softball 
were included in the co-ed sports. 
Mr. Leonard Brown was the only 
new teacher on the staff. 

— Debra Jarchow 




*I was always part of 
the group who came 
to class half-dressed 
and panting from 
the last lap in gym. 9 




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DRIVER EDUCATION CAR 



STU 

DRI 



COLLINS OL0SM08IL 

-foSO LAFAYETTE RD. _ 




ABOVE: In Drivers education stu- 
dents use simulators and receive 
actual driving practice. LEFT: To 
prevent accidents on the mini-tramp 
a spotting belt is fastened around 
the waist of the student. RIGHT: 
Performing stunts on the rings is 
Borka Radovanovich. LOWER 
RIGHT: Taking her turn on the 
horizontal bar is freshman, Diana 
Christensen. BELOW: Ten points 
go to phys ed students who climb to 
the top of the rope. 






45/pe, drivers ed 






ABOVE: Calvin Johnson properly arranges the uniform of an ROTC cadet. LEFT: 
ROTC cadets stand strictly at attention during an inspection. ROTC is directed by 
Sgt. William Pennington. RIGHT: Night school electronics student wire equipment 
during class. Electronics 1 and Electronics 2 are both offered through the night 
school division. LOWER RIGHT: Business and typing classes are also offered as 
illustrated by this night school typist. BELOW: Ms. Judy Harvey teaches English 
grammar and literature to night school students. A number of English courses are on 
the evening school curriculum. Evening school is directed by Mr. Clifford Snyder. 




46/rotc, night school 



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^ ' ::: '-:,;:-: -. ■■■■■-: : - 




Competing in the spring and fall 
drill meets is one of the major 
events in ROTC. A second place 
trophy was won in the city-wide 
fall competition by Marshall's drill 
team. Drill procedures differ from 
school to school, but basically fol- 
low the same general form. 

The ROTC participated in the 
Veterans Day Parade and in the 
all-school Memorial Day Parade 
at Fort Benjamin Harrison. 

Annual inspection sponsored by 
the AFI was in May. The perform- 
ance of the ROTC cadets as pre- 
scribed by armed force regulations 
was inspected and graded. 

John Marshall Evening School 
moved into larger office facilities 
this year. Besides a new office, 
certain classes were offered for the 
first time during night school. A 
church-choir workshop, taught by 
Mr. Gayle Byers, was one of the 
new courses added to the curricu- 
lum. 

— Debra Jarchow 



ROTC, Night School 



ROTC WINS 
2ND PLACE 
IN CITY- WIDE 
COMPETITION 

r It 9 s really great 
having an evening 
school here. Now I 
can get the one last 
credit I need to 
graduate.' 




47/rotc, night school 





ABOVE: Students find the library 
full of material for papers. LEFT: 
Replacing books are Kathy Abbot 
and Charlie Welhoelter. RIGHT: 
Working at the card file is Gary 
Smith. BELOW: IMC ASSIST- 
ANTS (BOTTOM ROW): S. Geyer, 
V. Sausser, W. Ott. G. Smith and 
M. Park. (TOP ROW): C. Welhoel- 
ter, R. Youngs, L. Twigg, R. Wil- 
liams, R. Webb, L. Buis, J. Sheehan, 
K. Abbot and C. Kennedy. 





A Christmas surprise was pre- 
sented by the Instructional Materi- 
als center during the week before 
Christmas vacation. The surprise 
consisted of a wide collection of 
paperback books. The books were 
rebound and made available for 
students to check out. There was a 
variety of books. 

IMC director is Ms. Virginia 
McDonald and assistant director 
is Ms. Barbara Rainwater. Adult 
assistants are Ms. Bernadette Col- 
liers, audio visual and Ms. Clara 
Moran, library clerk. Library 
experience is a one semester 
course in which students learn to 
operate various machines and to 
locate information in the library. 

"The library should be the cen- 
ter of learning for all school activi- 
ties," stated Ms. McDonald. Stu- 
dents were encouraged to ask for 
specific book titles not presently in 
the library. 



— Debra Jarchow 



IMC 



IMC 

PRESENTS 
SURPRISE TO 
PATRIOTS 

* Having our library 
right here in the 
school is great when 
it's time for term 
papers to be 
written. 9 



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5 1 /sports 



Cheerleaders 



CHEER 
LEADERS 
SPONSOR 
BUTTON DAY 



f They have how 
many outfits? I don't 
even have that many 
clothes in my 
closet V 



It took a thousand dollars to 
dress the Varsity cheerleaders. The 
girls bought the wardrobe of four 
skirts, two sweaters, two cullottes, 
a vest and a raincoat. 

Cheering along with them was 
the Cheerblock, a group especially 
organized to yell and spread 
school spirit to the other students 
at the games. Freshmen and J.V. 
squads often combined to do a 
cheer with the Varsity to get 
across the message. The adviser of 
all the squads was Ms. Martha 
Griffin. The cheerleaders spon- 
sored sign day. 

— Jan Burleson 




ABOVE: Attending nine home games is the requirement for trying out for cheer- 
leader. ABOVE RIGHT: VARSITY CHEERLEADERS (FRONT TO BACK): Kim 
McDuffee, Mary Sue Fulton, Evelyn Williams, Connie Coapstick, Cheryl McKinley, 
Debby Hartmann, Cynthia Sayles. RIGHT: Poise and equilibrium are just two of the 
many assets a cheerleader must have to perform such acts in front of the crowd. 
FAR RIGHT: JV CHEERLEADERS (TOP TO BOTTOM): Terri Shephard, Denise 
Robinson, Kim Fontana, Kim Kingsley, Carol Newell. BELOW: FRESHMAN 
CHEERLEADERS (TOP TO BOTTOM): Mindy Breedlove, Mary Beth Steiner, 
Kim Womack, Kelly Kingsley, Linda Houk. Their adviser is Ms. Martha Griffin. 




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53/cheerleaders 



Patriettes, Majorettes 



PATRIETTES 
WIN SECOND 
PLACE SPOT 
AT CLINIC 



They tended to get sore muscles 
practicing for an hour and a half 
four nights a week, but that was 
the major requirement of being a 
Patriette. Forty girls were selected 
as Basketball Patriettes; the best 
thirteen from last year's Basketball 
Patriettes also performed during 
football half-times. 

The Sparkettes from Indiana 
State University held a camp at 
ISU to instruct girls from Indiana 
schools on new struts and rou- 
tines. Seven of the Patriettes 
attended this camp during the 
summer, where they won a first 
place ribbon. 



The girls made up the routines 
themselves. Terri Kolcheck and 
Susan Martin devised the dance to 
accompany 'Stripper', 'Hawaii 
Five-O' and 'Big Spender'. 'Horse' 
and 'Son of a Preacher Man' were 
arranged by Liz Ebert; Vicki 
Crawley devised the routines for 
'Sunny' and 'Aquarius.' 

The Majorettes accompanied 
the Marching Band during foot- 
ball season; the girls twirled with 
Liz Ebert as captain and Ms. 
Norma Dillon as adviser. 



-Jan Burleson, Judy Martin 



^They're super good. 
I wouldn't try to 
teach them how to 
do anything. They 
can really dance. 
Kaboom, kaboom.' 






UPPER RIGHT: MAJORETTES: (STANDING) Liz Ebert 
(KNEELING) Becky Haywood, LeeAnn Scott, Kathy Nell. 
RIGHT: The finished product of many hours of practice 
shows in the end as the Basketball Patriettes perform their 
routines to the music of the Pep Band. LOWER LEFT: 
Long hours and hard work make a Majorette. These girls 
also perform and twirl their way through the season with the 
Football Patriettes and Marching Band. ABOVE: Practice 
makes perfect as Liz Ebert, with the other girls, spends many 
hours and four days a week to perfect her routines. LEFT: 
Only the best girls chosen from the Basketball Patriettes to 
perform in the Football Patriettes squad during halftime 
shows at the football games. BELOW: FOOTBALL 
PATRIETTES (BOTTOM ROW): Ene Ruvsma, Karen 
Hosbein, Linda Boughton, Vicki Crawley, Sharon Lamberg, 
Susan Martin. (TOP ROW): Diane Harmon, Sandra Piers, 
Ruth Steadman, Debbie Lewis, Terri Kolcheck, Marjorie 
Bunnell, Beth Curran. Their adviser is Ms. Norma Dillon, 
who holds tryouts each spring for the Patriette marching 
corps. 





55/patriettes 



Football 



RICK HARRIS 
AWARDED 
ALL-CITY 
HONORS 



*The team is real 
happy with its new 
coach. His plays are 
modern, without 
messengers. 



Going into the 1972 football 
season with a tough schedule, first 
year head Coach Rodrick Shaw 
led the Patriots to a four-win, six- 
loss record. Marshall's entire 
schedule was made up of teams 
that were at one time or another 
in the top ten in the city. 

Junior Rick (Catman) Harris led 
the offense in scoring with seven 
touchdowns and one interception 
he ran back for a touchdown. 
Terry (Hocus Pocus) Hochgesang 
led in total rushing, carrying 129 
times for 582 yards and an aver- 
age of 4.5 yards per carry. Senior 
Dan McGinley quarterbacked the 
offense. Senior Mike (Big Boy) 
Boyer, broke into the backfield to 
down the quarterback a total of 17 
times. 

Team awards went to Dan 
Uhlenhake for offensive lineman, 
Boyer for defensive lineman, Har- 
ris for defensive back and 
Hochgesang for offensive back. 

— Mark Combs, Jay Wilkerson 





56/footbaIl 






VARSITY FOOTBALL 



Shortridge 

Howe 

Arlington 

Lawrence Central 

Ritter 

Chatard 

Roncalli 

Tech 

Scecina 



OPP JMHS 



22 
20 
42 
45 
22 
21 
21 

6 





14 
14 
12 
46 
6 

20 
22 



UPPER LEFT: During the Home- 
coming Game against Chatard, Jun- 
ior Duane Christmon gives the 
"Right-On" sign as a fellow team- 
mate heads for the end zone. 
LOWER LEFT: With daylight 
ahead, Junior Halfback Chris Fields 
strides upfield. RIGHT: Attempting 
to intercept a pass thrown by the 
Tech quarterback is Junior Rick 
Harris. BELOW: VARSITY (BOT- 
TOM ROW): D. Stockdale, M. Ste- 
vens, T. Hoshgesang, L. Hatcher, D. 
Ulenhake, M. Holden, K. Williams, 
R. Harris, D. McGinley, B. Boyer, 
W. Bartels, S. Sokolek, R. Tichener. 
(MIDDLE ROW): T. Kuhn, P. 
Holden, T. McGinley, R. Clements, 
T. Brown, D. Christmon, M. Boyer, 
M. Sipes, R. Gentry, T. Reckert, L. 
Carmen, P. Lawley. (TOP ROW): P. 
Shannon, T. Smith, M. Lasley, R. 
Benton, J. Jensen, T. Brown, Assist- 
ant Coach John Deal, Head Coach 
Roderick Shaw, Assistant Coach 
Richard Cummings, M. Davis, B. 
McCoy, E. Ratcliff, M. Rushton, C. 
George, R. Schaffer. The varsity 
team was headed by Coach Rod 
Shaw. 




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57/football 





VARSITY FOOTBA 



Scoring Leader ....... .Rick Harris (48) 

Interceptions Rick Harris (3) 

Total Offense Dan McGinley (920) 

Receptions . . . , Steve Sokolek (17) 

Rushing Terry Hocagesang (582) 

Passing Dan McGinley (778) 

Solo Tackles Steve Sokolek (43) 

Touchdowns . . , . . Rick Harris (8) 

Fumble Recoveries. . . .Terry Reckert (4) 

Rushing Average .... .Terry Hochgesang 

(4.5) 

Completions Dan McGinley (50) 



Total Team Yardage 



* 
_ 




mmm 



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ABOVE: JUNIOR VARSITY (TOP ROW): T. Taylor, M. Lasley, L. Carmon, 
Coach John Tunstall, B. Mooney, B. Glenn, S. Weir. (MIDDLE ROW): C. Rad- 
cliffe, T. Kuhn, R. Clements, M. Davis, R. Tichner, G. Majors, B. Jackson. (BOT- 
TOM ROW): C. Thompson, T. McGinley, P. Holsen, T. Smith, P. Lowley, D. Wam- 
pler. UPPER RIGHT: Rounding the corner escaping three Arlington defensive line- 
men is Dan McGinley, varsity quarterback. Dan McGinley carried the ball 82 times 
for 142 yards rushing. LEFT: Howe's defenders stand in awe at the agony of "de- 
feet" as Rick Harris shows dazzling display of punt returning. RIGHT: With day- 
light, halfback Chris Fields drives up field. BELOW: FRESHMEN TEAM (TOP 
ROW): Pierre Baret, Mike Pilley, Stanley Stephens, Bob Baker, Ron Coals, Tim Kur- 
ger, Jim Bennet, Galy Anderson, Coach Lenny Brown, Chris Jennings, Rick Wam- 
pler, Scott Booth, Steve Ebert, Rick Nettle, Dennis Wagoner, Richard Bishop, Dar- 
rell Jones. (MIDDLE ROW): Darrell Phillips, Kevin Childress, Greg Johnson, Bob 
Duncan, Tom Hood, Jeff Suhre, Mike Williams, Don Shroeder, Jim Fitch, Kevin 
Ryan, John Cliburn, Peter Mayfield, Mike Huff, Mike Abrams. (BOTTOM ROW): 
Reggie Hatcher, Dave Johnson, Rod Edison, Tom Killblock, Mark Curran, Alan 
Cooper, Bobby Williams, Harry Salvage, Paul Tuttle, David Dickey, Rodney Dorsey, 
Jeff Duncan, Tom Woolsey, Rick Phillips. The freshman team was coached by Mr. 
Lenny Brown. 




58/football 




Football 




MIKE BOYER: 
HONORABLE 
MENTION ON 
CITY TEAM 

*We started our 
season out slowly 9 
but made a moral 
comeback by 
defeating 
Greenfield. ' 



59/football 



Basketball 



TOUGH '73 
SCHEDULE 
YIELDS 9-12 
RECORD 



Marshall's Varsity Basketball 
Team's 9-12 record was not neces- 
sarily the best ever, but it certainly 
was the toughest season thus far. 
The Pats played such highly rated 
teams as Anderson, Shortridge, 
Southport, Crispus Attucks and 
North Central. 

The team was the best rebound- 
ing team in the Pat's six-year his- 
tory. Leading rebounders Howard 
Bowling and Steve Sokolek, with 
235 and 231 respectively, enabled 
Marshall to out rebound oppo- 
nents 851 to 776. 

Hitting 50% from the field, Jun- 
ior Steve Sokolek averaged 9.9 



points per game (ppg) and led the 
team in field goal percentage. Jun- 
ior Arnold Freeman with a 16.2 
ppg was the leading scorer and 
Junior Howard Bowling was next 
with a 13.8 ppg. Bowling was also 
second in assists with 53 while 
Senior Ron McBride gave 58 
assists. 

Only McBride and Steve Clug- 
gish are leaving this year. Cluggish 
was a good ball handler and a 
strong defensive player. Dave 
Glaspie led the team in steals with 
28; McBride had 26 thefts. 

— Jay Wilkerson 



'We lacked 
teamwork, but 
with four of five 
starters back, we 
should improve. ' 




60/basketball 



I 







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i V < 

) \ ' IS ' 




1 VARSITY BASKETBALL 




OPP 


JMHS 


Anderson 


98 


74 


Wood 


73 


79 


Arlington 


57 


58 


Scecina 


74 


94 


Manual 


77 


95 


Franklin Central 


70 


66 J 


North Central 


82 


78 


Shortridge 


71 


45 


} Broad Ripple 


68 


69 ^ 


Chatard 


50 


61 


Northwest 


75 


56 


Scecina 


99 


80 


Cathedral 


89 


77 


Crispus Attucks 


66 


58 


Southport 


88 


*atf68 


Beech Grove 


56 


57 


Lawrence Central 


89 


77 


Greenfield 


81 


61 


Howe 


61 


67 


Warren Central 


58 


86 


Chatard 


63 


61 




ABOVE: VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM (TOP ROW): Trainer Gary Below, 
Perry White, Joe Harlow, John Crabtree, Steve Sokolek, Jeff Eisinger, Howard Bowl- 
ing, Coach Roger Schroder. (BOTTOM ROW): Dave Glaspie, Dave Simmons, Steve 
Cluggish, Ronnie McBride, Arnold Freeman. FAR LEFT: Putting up a shot is lead- 
ing scorer Arnold Freeman. Freeman averaged 16.2 points per game and shot 48.7% 
from the field. LOWER LEFT: Bringing the ball up court against a sticky defense is 
Ron McBride. McBride was the only starting senior on the team and one of the two 
returning starters from last year. BELOW: Leading rebounder Howard Bowling puts 
the move on two Arlington opponents. Bowling grabbed 235 rebounds to set a school 
record. 




61 /basketball 



Basketball 



JV ENDS 
YEAR WITH 
FIVE 
VICTORIES 



The Junior Varsity came back 
from mid-season trouble to finish 
out the season winning four of 
their last five games. 

After losing their first two 
games, the team began to slump 
when they lost three close games, 
to Scecina, 59-55, to Arlington, 43- 
34, in overtime and to Shortndge, 
50-48, in three overtimes. Then 
once again the JV lost a squeaker 
to Southport, 53-52, but came 
back and entered the end of the 
season with a win against Beech 
Grove, 49-44. Losing only once 
the rest of the season, they 



defeated Howe, Greenfield Central 
and Warren Central. 

During the City Tourney the 
Pats won their first game to 
avenge an earlier defeat by Broad 
Ripple, 42-38. 

Leading scorers were Perry 
White with a 10.3 point per game 
average (ppg), Tom Brown with a 
7 ppg and Kent Lee claiming a 5.5 

PPg- 

The Freshmen Basketball Team 

finished the season with a 2 wins, 

19 loss record. 

— Jay Wilkerson, Rick Duling 



T This year was a 
year of building. A 
lot of sophomores 
on the reserve and 
juniors on the 
varsity. 9 




62/basketball 




ABOVE: JV BASKETBALL TEAM 
(TOP ROW): Andy Tucker, Kent Lee, 
Larry Carmon, Mike Wilkerson, Tony 
Cole, Kevin Cheatham, Santee Morell, 
Bruce Barkley, Coach Clark Froning. 
(BOTTOM ROW): Kevin Smith, Leslie 
Johnson, Ken Thompson, Tom Brown, 
Joe Hicks, George West, John Cant- 
ner, Mark Cambell. RIGHT: Laying the 
ball up is Mark Cambell. LEFT: FRESH- 
MEN TEAM (TOP ROW): Coach Ken 
George, P. Barnett, D. Jones, M. Bluey, 
T. Lartner, M. Ray, D. Lewis, R. Jones, 
I. Lumpkin. (BOTTOM ROW): K. 
Healy, S. Breeden, G. Edison, G. Wil- 
kerson, K. Goffinett, J. Bullock, K. 
Thompson. FAR RIGHT: Blocking a 
shot is Steve Sokolek. 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 
OPP 



nderson 
Wood 
Arlington 
Scecina 
Manual 

Franklin Central 
Shortridge 
North Central 
Broad Ripple 
Chatard 
Northwest 
Broad Ripple 
Washington 
Crispus Attucks 
Southport 
Beech Grove 
Lawrence Central 
Greenfield 
Howe 
Warren Central 



34 
50 
43 
59 
46 
39 
50 
36 
50 
60 
56 
38 
59 
45 
53 
44 
49 
46 
37 
43 






% 



JMHS 

27 

40 

34 OT 

55 

32 

25 

48 30T 

33 

36 

32 

46 

42 

31 

37 

52 

49 

41 

52 

52 

46 



FRESHMEN BASKETBALL 

OPP JMHS 
Southport 
Greenfield 
Anderson 
Scecina 
Manual 
Cathedral 
Howe ^ 

Ritter 

Washington 
Broad Ripple 
Woodview 
Crispus Attucks 
Chatard 
Broad Ripple 
Tech* 

Franklin Central 
Arlington 
Northwest 




63/basketball 






VARSITY WRESTLING 


MP* 
Howe 
Mooresville JL 


OPP 


JMHS 


23 


41 


30 


4"4fa# 


Manual 


24 


p*v 3o 


Scecina 


ifi' 


38 


Lawrence Central 


5 


47 


Chatard 


21 


33 


Ben Davis 


32 


21 


Greenfield 


9 


SAtii 


Broad Ripple B^ 


10 


54 


Warren Central 


37 


15 


Kokomo Tourney 




1st 


; JV WRESTLINU 




Howe 


12 


66 


Mooresville 


13 


35 


Manual 


30 1 ! 


1 30 ' 


Scecina 


4 


60 ! 


Lawrence Central 


21 


45 


Chatard 


18 


45 


Ben Davis 


31 


25 
63 


Greenfield 


6 


Warren Central 


48 


15 











64/wrestling 





In 1973 wrestling proved to be 
one of the most consistent sports 
at Marshall. For six years now the 
team has finished their season in 
the top five teams in the state. In 
past years they have been Sec- 
tional Champions, Regional 
Champions and City Champions. 
Finishing with an 8-2 win-loss 
record this year, the Varsity team 
showed an abundance of experi- 
ence. 

Jeff Shepard placed first in the 
sectionals along with Jerry Kuhn. 
Tim McGinley, Dan McGinley 
and Ron Gentry all placed second. 
Rocky Clements and Mike Boyer 
finished third. Coach George 
McCool, who has been with Mar- 
shall since the first season, fin- 
ished his last season of coaching. 
Many avid wrestling fans have felt 
that Coach McCool has been one 
of the best coaches in the city. 

Marshall's squad will lose four 
matmen. Leaving are Mike Boyer, 
Dan McGinley, Ron Gentry and 
Kevin Norton. 

—Mark Combs, Jav Wilkerson 



Wrestling 



MATMEN 
LOSE TWO 
MATCHES 

IN SEASON 

*The team effort 
is great because 
everyone knows 
our reputation 
and what it takes 
to make it. 9 



ABOVE: Preparing to go under his opponent for a take-down is Ron Gentry. 
UPPER LEFT: JV (TOP ROW): Coach Slaughbaugh, R. Schaffer, D. Stockdale, T. 
Hochgesang, C. Jennings, P. Tuttle, S. Weston, B. Clark, T. Kuhn, A. Rogers, Coach 
Cummings. (BOTTOM ROW): D. Cox, K. Ginger, B. Reed, M. Shriver, L. Johnson, 
D. Dillard, H. Salvage, J. Suhre, B. Baker. FAR LEFT: Tim McGinley attempts to 
roll his opponent. LOWER LEFT: VARSITY (TOP ROW): Coach George McCool, 
M. Boyer, M. Stevens, M. Neff, R. Clements, R. Clements, P. Holden, Coach Cum- 
mings, Coach Slaughbaugh. (BOTTOM ROW): J. Shepard, G. Kuhn, J. Roberts, D. 
McGinley, R. Gentry. BELOW: Attempting to pin his opponent is Mark Stevens. 
Marshall will be losing four Varsity wrestlers. 




Wrestling, CC 



JV GAIN 
IMPRESSIVE 
7-2 RECORD 
FOR 1973 

( 'Everyone's 
dedicated! Each 
year our record 
improves as the 
team's experience 
grows/ 



The Junior Varsity wrestlers, 
under the coaching of Dick Cum- 
mings, finished the season with a 
winning record of seven wins, two 
losses. 

The Freshmen team, for their 
season, totaled two wins and three 
losses with a lone tie. 

Both teams are drilled on the 
basic holds in wrestling. Holds 
such as the half-nelson or the law- 
rence-central are among ones most 
used. The wrestling teams have 
been, for the last four years, some 
of the best in the state, but they 
have been overshadowed by the 
"Hoosier Hysteria." 

Players who participated on 
both the Junior Varsity and the 
Freshmen teams were Paul Tuttle, 
Jeff Suhre, Chris Jennings, Mark 
Shriver and Harold Salvage. 

This year's Cross Country team 
led by Coach John Fellows fin- 
ished their season with a 5 win, 3 
loss record. Outstanding runners 
were Mark Moyer, Ron Williams 
and Jerry Kuhn. 

— Mark Combs, Jay Wilkerson 




UPPER RIGHT: Leading the pack is Junior Ron Williams. ABOVE: Expressing his 
dislike of the official's decision, Coach George McCool paces in front of the benches 
during one of the varsity home meets this year at Marshall. FAR RIGHT: Out front 
is Jerry Kuhn, combining size and speed. RIGHT: Taking on the sizeable distance is 
Junior Mark Moyer. BELOW: FROSH WRESTLING (BACK ROW): Coles, 
Begines, Jennings, Stevens, Wampler, Baker, Shannon, Coach Slaughbaugh. (FRONT 
ROW): Utter, Shriver, Ulenhake, Tuttle, Savage, Suhre. 




66/wrestling, cc 




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67/cross country 



Baseball 



FRONING'S 
YOUNG TEAM 
SECOND IN 
SECTIONAL 

'Our team was kind 
of young but our 
pitchers held most 
of the big bats 
in the city. 9 



A young Patriot baseball team 
under the experienced supervision 
of Coach Clark Froning finished 
another successful season with a 
17 win, 9 loss record. Ron Mc- 
Bride, one of the scoring leaders 
of this season stated, "We look 
forward to the coming year be- 
cause we only lost two players, 
Larry Bryant and Mike Gentry." 

Marshall defeated in close bat- 
tles such strong teams as Scecina, 
Lawrence and Arlington. 

Junior John Crabtree and grad- 
uated senior Larry Bryant led the 
pitching staff. Crabtree compiled a 






0.97 ERA and a 6-3 record while 
Bryant put together a perfect 8-0 
record which included a one-hitter. 
All of the pitchers in the Marshall 
bullpen had winning records. 

In the hitting department, the 
Pat's were led by graduated Senior 
Mike Gentry with a percentage of 
.378. McBride led the team in 
RBI's and at bats. Gentry led in 
two categories, hits with 31 and 
runs with 27. Marshall finished 
second in the state Sectionals. 

Marshall's JV team ended with 
a record of 10-6. 

— Mark Combs, Jay Wilkerson 





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ABOVE: JV TEAM (BOTTOM ROW): Johnny McBride, 
Tim Bittner, Tim Warner, Wes Spang, Mike Thompson, 
Monte Hopkins, Doug Wampler, (TOP ROW): Coach 
Roger Schroder, John Kantner, Mark Rushton, Rick Lynch, 
Joe Crawford, Jerry Claspell, Guy Swinford. ABOVE 
RIGHT: Catching the ball during a rundown is third base- 
men Larry Bryant. Bryant also pitched 62 innings for an 8-0 
perfect season. LEFT: VARSITY TEAM (BOTTOM 
ROW): Rocky Clements, Ron McBride, Larry Bryant, John 
Crabtree, Terry Reckert, Steve Bullington, Mike Hensel- 
meier. (TOP ROW): Jeff Stephens, Steve Cluggish, Mike 
Gentry, Tom Larkins, Rick Gouldner, Mark Hosbein, Mike 
Sipes, Joe Crawford, Coach Clark Froning. LOWER LEFT: 
Deciding whether to leave pitcher Larry Bryant in or to take 
him out is Coach Clark Froning during a time out on the 
Marshall home field. Marshall's batting proved vital to a 
winning season. The Varsity produced four .300 hitters with 
more than 50 at bats. BELOW: Tagging out his opponent is 
the varsity first basemen. Marshall's alert, quick defense held 
Howe to one run in a 2-1 victory. Marshall's pitching staff 
combined for five shut outs against Tech, Scecina, Manual, 
Ritter and Southport. Most runs scored in one game was 37 
against Attucks. 






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Track 



VETERAN'S 
LEAD TEAM 
TO WINNING 
6-3 RECORD 

'Losing Muffler 
might be a great 
loss, but I believe 
Chris Fields and 
Rick Harris will 
secure our potential. 9 



Five years of trial and tribula- 
tion finally paid off for Marshall's 
track team. Through two coaches 
and five years of rebuilding, shap- 
ing and conditioning, the 1972 
track team went into their sixth 
season with an almost all veteran 
team, led by Coaches John Fel- 
lows and Roderick Shaw. 

Marshall held onto a winning 
streak for the first five meets of 
the year, then went on to defeat 
Lawrence Central, 45-73, in the 
last meet of the season. The track 
team ended their season with a six 
win, three loss record and took 
third place in a five-way meet. 

In addition to 1972 being the 
first winning season for the track 
team, school records were broken 
in the 60-yard dash, the 60-yard 
high hurdles, the shot-put, the 880- 
relay and the 880. Among the 
record breakers, only one was a 
graduating senior, Bill Muffler. 

— Mark Combs 




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ABOVE: Jumping the hurdles for 
Marshall is Junior Terry Hochges- 
ang. LOWER LEFT: Flinging him- 
self through the air is Junior Steve 
Sokolek. RIGHT: Vaulting over the 
bar is Sophomore Bob Glenn. Terry 
Hochgesang tied a school record in 
this event with a jump of 12 feet 
even. LOWER RIGHT: Sprinting 
toward the finish line is Sophomore 
Paul Holden. Holden ran the 880 in 
a record time of 2:02. BELOW: 
VARSITY TRACK (BOTTOM 
ROW): Jerry Kuhn, Wes Spang, 
Paul Holden, Bob Copus, Steve 
Horst, Tom Kuhn, Rick Tichener, 
John Cecil, Mark Arnold. (SEC- 
OND ROW): Coach Roderick 
Shaw, Coach John Fellows, Dan 
Stockdale, Bruce Horst, Tom Smith, 
Mark Edwards, Ron Schaffer, Bill 
Weaver, Tom Lucas, Ron Williams. 
(TOP ROW): Mark Moyer, Terry 
Hochgesang, Raul Padro, Bill Muf- 
fler, Rick Harris, Chris Fields, Ed 
Ratcliff, Mark Stevens, Steve Soko- 
lek, Paul Lucas. This years track 
team compiled a record of 6-3. 






71/track 



Tennis 



WOOD AND 
SCECINA 
FALL PREY 
TO PAT'S 
RACKETS 

*It would be better 
if we could play in 
the spring and fall, 
that way we get 
more chances to 
improve. 9 



The Marshall tennis team dou- 
bled its size over the summer from 
9 to 18. The team lost only one 
player from the spring season. 

The highlights of the spring sea- 
son were 6-1 victories over both 
Scecina and Wood. Veteran Coach 
John Eason led the small team to 
a 2-11 record. Despite losing 10 
games by a 7-0 count, the team 
captured two victories in the City 
Tournament. 

The fall season was highlighted 
by a 7-0 shut-out against Wood. 
The team will lose four players 
next season but will have 14 
returning Patriot players. 

Senior Bob Bennett led the fall 
team in victories with a 2-3 record. 
The doubles were led by Bob Ben- 
nett and Ray Kane along with 
number two doubles Mike Kim- 
berly and Steve Risk. Both teams 
defeated Wood for Marshall's only 
victories. The fall record was 1-6. 
Kane and Risk will return next 
year. 

— Jay Wilkerson 



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ABOVE: FALL TENNIS TEAM: 
Roger Gambill, Mike Byerly, Jon 
Buttrum, Bob Smith, Doug Connor, 
Steve Risk, Mike Turner, Ray Kane, 
Glen Keith, Larry Pickerell, John 
Moyer, Mike Kimberly, Bob Ben- 
nett, Doug Opel, Doug Rockel, 
Rose Youngs, Ron Gloson, Coach 
John Eason. LEFT: Preparing to 
return a serve is Senior Tom Healy. 
Healy participated in the spring. 
RIGHT: Reaching to return an 
opponent's shot is Bob Bennett. 
Bennett was a member of both the 
spring and the fall teams. Four 
other players competed both the fall 
and the spring seasons. FAR 
RIGHT: Backhanding the ball dur- 
ing a set is graduated Senior Devon 
Gambill. The Marshall team can be 
seen practicing between the baseball 
diamond and the football field on 
the school grounds. LOWER 
RIGHT: SPRING TENNIS 
TEAM: Devon Gambill, Bob Ben- 
nett, Mike Kimberly, Dennis Sala- 
zar, Andy Tucker, Mike Neff, Larry 
Pickerell, Ivan Bunes, Steve Risk, 
Coach John Eason. 




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ABOVE: Driving a shot down the fairway is Rex Thompson, 
a graduated senior. Thompson is the only member of the 
team not returning next year. He averaged 43 for 9 holes, 
third only to Dennis Koester and Bob Adams. Marshall 
placed seventh out of 16 teams in the city tourney, the high- 
est ever for a Marshall golf team. LEFT: Serving the ball is 
Sophomore Kim Karaffa. The girls were the area sectional 
winners. The girls also participate in football, ping-pong and 
other sports. LOWER LEFT: GOLF TEAM (BOTTOM 
ROW): Rex Thompson, Don Palmer, Doug Jones, Brad 
Nestler, Coach David Smartz. RIGHT: VOLLEYBALL 
(FRONT ROW): Borka Radavonovich, Pam Mayer, Teresa 
Hall, Diane Christianson, Mary Musgrave. (MIDDLE 
ROW): Jan Ramer, Joni Plummer, Brenda Dyke, Kim 
Karaffa, Rhonda Rushtin. (BACK ROW): Cindy Woods, 
Angie McGaughey, Diane Farmer. LOWER RIGHT: Lining 
up a putt is Senior Bob Adams. Adams, with an average of 
41 for 9 holes, led the team in the 1972 season. In the City 
Tourney, Adams shot a team high, 79, for 18 holes to place 
13 out of 80. He also shot a team high of 79 in the sectional 
play at Anderson to place in the top 20. 





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Marshall golfers this year ended 
their 14 meet season with a 7 win, 
7 loss record, placing seventh in 
the City Tourney and thirteenth in 
the Sectionals held in Anderson. 
Bob Adams ended the season with 
an average of 41 to become the 
leading golfer at Marshall. The top 
three golfers for the season were 
Adams, senior, Dennis Koester, 
junior, with an average of 42 and 
Rex Thompson, graduated senior, 
with an average of 43. The golfers, 
led by Coach David Smartz, 
defeated such strong teams as 
Broad Ripple, Brownsburg and 
Manual. 



The Marshall Girls Athletic 
Association allows girls to partici- 
pate in such sports as track, foot- 
ball, basketball and volleyball. 
Competing against other schools 
in the state, the girls, under the 
direction of Coach Shirley Lam- 
bert, won the Volleyball Section- 
als. GAA gives girls a chance to 
participate in organized sports of 
which fair play and sportsmanship 
are among many of the qualities 
attained. 

— Mark Combs, Jay Wilkerson 



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ABOVE: CONCERT CHOIR (TOP ROW): Bill Breeden, 
Bill Pickett, John Wilson, Benny Anderson, Don Paff, Dan 
Burnnell, Larry Bixley, Harold Burton, Charles Welthoelter, 
Mark St. Clair, Dan Nordsieck, Steve Hall, Doug Elmore. 
(SECOND ROW): Melissa Holmes, Terri McMillan, Terri 
Manning, Lynne Cory, Donna Kennard, Gloria Bouchonnet, 
Janie Mitchell, Pam Kougl, Denise Criswell, Laurie Ziesmer, 
Kathy O'Rear. (THIRD ROW): Frank Williams, David 
Anderson, Robby Moore, Tim Erickson, Mike Murphy, 
Mike Martin, Floyd Howard, Scott Harding, Don Weaver, 
Mike Hamilton, Bill Weaver, Steve Boughton. (FRONT 
ROW): Linda Bumpus, Susan Aitken, Kim McDuffee, 
Sandy Moulder, Vicki Murray, Debbie Fischer, Debbie 
Lewis, Karen Day, Vicki Walkers, Judy Benge, Bonnie 



Fuller. RIGHT: Mr. Brandes directs the Concert Club. 
LOWER RIGHT: MARSH ALLAIRES (TOP ROW): Bill 
Picket, Mike Murphy, Larry Bixler, Charles Welthoelter, 
Don Paff, Bill Breeden, Harold Burton, Don Weaver, Robby 
Moore. (FRONT ROW): Karen Day, Susa Aiken, Melissa 
Holmes, Donna Kennard, Laurie Ziesmer, Judy Benge, Bon- 
nie Fuller. BELOW: LIBERTY BELLS (TOP ROW): Deb- 
bie Inman, Mary Lyon, Susan Davis, Cass Pitcher, Cheryl 
Divine, Sarah Abrahms, Darian Satterfield, Alyce Dameron, 
Darlene Cecil, Marcia Davis, Cheryl Baker. (FRONT 
ROW): Priscilla Cook, Teresa Dyer, Kathy Parks, Kalah 
Kuhn, Debbie Dine, Teresa Fischer, Beverly Clark, Lorraine 
Brooks, Greta Deckard. 




78/choirs 



They literally sang out for John 
Marshall. The members of Liberty 
Belles, Marshallaires and Concert 
Choir were chosen by Choir 
Director Mr. Gayle Byers after 
being enrolled in a chorus 
class. The groups combined to cut 
a Christmas record to raise money 
for the Music Department. In 
addition to class attendance, the 
singers were required to perform 
at various functions. The Concert 
Choir went Christmas caroling at 
Monument Circle, Eastgate Shop- 
ping Center and certain churches. 
The Liberty Belles also performed 



at Eastgate and entered the fall 
talent show with the Marshallaires. 
Doing things a little differently, 
they sang carols during company 
lunch breaks at Western Electric. 

The red velvet dresses worn by 
the Marshallaires and the black 
skirts of the Liberty Belles were 
sewn by the girls themselves. 

All three of the groups sang at 
school functions and auditoriums. 
The classes were taken as a half 
credit per semester. 

— Judy Martin 



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CHOIRS CUT 
CHRISTMAS 
RECORD TO 
RAISE FUNDS 




f Why would they go 
to Western Electric 
at all — much less 
four times in one 
week? They must be 
pretty good singers. ' 




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Bands, Orchestra 



BANDSMEN 
MARCH IN 
f 500' DAY 
PARADE 



The busiest and most conspicu- 
ous group in school had to have 
been the band. Several bandsmen 
played at half-time at football 
games. Regular practice began two 
weeks before school started. 

The band usually marched with 
64 members and was led by 16 
Patriettes. The Drum Major was 
Senior Gary Thomerson. 

The band performed in the Vet- 
eran's Day Parade, in '500' Festi- 
val Day Parade, in ROTC Inspec- 
tion and in graduation exercises. 

The Orchestra, with an average 
of 15 musicians, played at the 



"Calvacade of Music Program" 
and at the "Christmas Program." 

Violinist David Purcell achieved 
second place in city-wide competi- 
tion in January. 

The Dance Band members were 
selected by Mr. Stephen Hum- 
phreys from the first and second 
chair positions of Group A band. 
There were two french horns, four 
saxophones, four trombones and 
four trumpets that played pop 
music such as "Mac Arthur Park", 
"Mod Squad", "Shaft!" and 
"Where is Love?". 

— Jan Burleson 



T Did you hear 
that last note? 
Why didn't any 
upperclassm en 
join the orchestra 
or the band?' 





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ABOVE: Mark St. Clair leads the 'Bones'. LEFT: ORCHES- 
TRA (BOTTOM ROW): D. Purcell, D. Britton, L. Brooks, K. 
Robinson. (TOP ROW): V. Murray, M. Kamp, C. Martin, M. 
Martin, K. Pagels, G. Eaton. BELOW LEFT: SYMPHONIC 
WIND ENSEMBLE (BOTTOM ROW): P. Pidcock, S. Mes- 
sersmith, D. Nahre, L. Day. (SECOND ROW): J. Ramer, B. 
Woody, D. Lorton, D. Lorton, D. Bayes, R. Yates, C. Moon, 
M. Garvey, J. Bedwell. (THIRD ROW): E. Remete, D. Hi, D. 
Dine, S. Arkren, L. Jacobson, D. Youngs, J. Wenger, E. Gloye, 



G. Hole, R. Strothman, F. Barkley, L. Jahnke, A. Sokolek, G. 
Magel, G. Degler, D. Cline. (FOURTH ROW): S. Trowbridge, 
D. Inman, C. Kevine, S. Aitken, M. Dye, D. Devine, K. Welch, 
T. Smith, M. Byerly, M. Blaydoe, K. Perry, G. Thomerson, D. 
Owens, J. Shaw, R. Carlson, D. Nordsieck. (TOP ROW): J. 
Heman, M. Retherford, J. Gaither, J. Walker, M. Rogiers, G. 
Gutzmer, J. Chambers, J. Cornelious. ABOVE RIGHT: Band 
director is Mr. Stephen Humphreys. BELOW: The Pep Band 
members. 





81 /bands, orchestra 







ABOVE: Jay Wilkerson, Ray Kane and Ed Cottrell go through the contact book. 
FAR LOWER LEFT: Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Marhiscan. Pat Lewallen. LEFT: 
Co-Editor-in-Chief on the Marhiscan. Sharon Crowe. UPPER LEFT: Co-Editor of 
the Liberator, Jean Kane. BELOW LEFT: John Mover and Steve Nokes assemble 
the new enlarger. BELOW RIGHT: Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Liberator. Kathy Rog- 
ers. RIGHT: NEWSPAPER STAFF (BOTTOM ROW): John Mover, Steve Hall, 
Jean Kane, Kathy Rogers, Tom Healy, Linda Boughton. Kathy Whyde. (SECOND 
ROW): Stephanie Smith, Janet Wilson, Colleen Montgomery. Terri Heichelbech, 
Julie Krieg, Cindy Adams, Karen Herr. Kathy Joyce. Anne Kennedy, Janet Whitis, 
Teresa McGow, James McGow. (THIRD ROW): Craig Schroer. Mark Rhodes, 
Leesa Foreman, Frank Williams, Ron Smith, Kim Karaffa, Jim Clements, Pattv 
Blunt, Connie Woodfork, Margaret Johnson. (FOURTH ROW): Garv Degler. Rich- 
ard Benton, Mario Perdue. Dave Huff, Karen Enochs, Bob Baker (TOP ROW): 
Gary Diliahav, Doug Bradford. Mike Logan, Ray Kane. Randv Pheglev. FAR 
LOWER RIGHT: YEARBOOK STAFF (BOTTOM ROW): John Mover. Ene 
Ruusma. Judy Martin, Rick Duling, Vicki Sausser, Sharon Crowe. (SECOND 
ROW): Ronda Copass. Gary Diliahav. Jan Burleson. Karen Rhodes. Suzanne Mes- 
sersmith. Dee Dee Luttrell.Mark Combs. (TOP ROW): Lynne Cory. Debby Jar- 
chow. Steve Nokes. David Ralston. Jav Wilkerson. Mike Logan. Pat Lewallen. 





82/publications 



The weekly Liberator was budg- 
eted with $180 per week, staffed 
with 34 students, owned three 
cameras and held a contract with 
a local printer. The various staff 
members were assigned to selling 
advertising, reporting, taking pho- 
tographs or editing and were 
assisted by adviser, Ms. Janet 
Eberle. Reporters on the staff sub- 
mitted articles to the Indianapolis 
Teen Star. The Liberator earned 
first place in competition spon- 
sored by the Tuberculosis Associa- 
tion of Marion County. 

After attending university work- 



shops, Co-Editors-in-Chief of the 
Marhiscan, Pat Lewallen and 
Sharon Crowe, had a marked 
effect on the yearbook's style and 
format. The book has a more 
striking appeal and there are slight 
changes in the organization of sec- 
tions. The 1971-1972 issue of the 
Marhiscan received the Medalist 
Award from Columbia University 
as a result of having been judged 
one of the best books in the coun- 
try. The staff members met dead- 
lines that were set four weeks 
apart. 

— Judy Martin 



Publications 



BSU AWARDS 
MARHISCAN, 
LIBERATOR 
CITATIONS 




( 'Kane's in a 
pickle, Kane's in 
a fix. Not enuff 
copy and not 
enuff pix!' 




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Writers, History 



JUST US 
DISCOVERS 
LITERARY 
PENPUSHERS 



Concrete proof that authors, art- 
ists and poets do exist at Marshall 
was published in paperback form 
with the title Just Us. Original 
works by students were funneled 
through teachers to the Just Us 
staff. Quill and Scroll sponsored 
the Marion County Journalism 
Day. 

Starting the year with a viewing 
of a film of the first 500 Mile 
Race was the History Club. The 
Club visited museums in the city, 
and guest speakers from within the 
school showed slides from per- 
sonal trips. 

— Judy Martin 



If everybody had to take 
The time to see things 
As they really are, 
I'm sure by far 
They would agree 
Things aren't what they're 
Cracked up to be. 

— Julie Krieg 

The curtain closes! 

all of the levers are pulled 
A ballot is cast. 

— Janet Wilson 



'Oh, boo! That's 
too cutesy cute, 
but I like this 
one. Does it go in 
the yes or in the 
no pile? 9 




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ABOVE: Richard Benton. Jean 
Kane and Kathy Whyde meet a 
deadline. LEFT: Ray Kane, Tina 
Wolfe, Pam Fmrick and Sherry 
Grubaugh are on the Just Us Staff. 
LOWER LEFT: QUILL AND 
SCROLL (TOP ROW): P. Lewallen, 
L. Cory, T. Healy, D. Jarchow, J. 
Wilkerson, S. Crowe, S. Messers- 
mith, J. Moyer. (BOTTOM ROW): 
R. Kane, K. Rogers, J. Kane. J. 
Martin, L. Boughton, K. Whyde 
ABOVE RIGHT: Quill and Scroll 
sponsored Marion County Press 
Day. RIGHT: Holding one of fre- 
quent meetings is the History Club. 
LOWER RIGHT: 350 Press Day 
participants registered at JMHS. 
BELOW: Junior Terry Davidson 
will go to Washington as part of the 
Principal's Freedoms Foundation 
Award. 






85/writers, history 



Thespians, Quiz Team 



QUIZ TEAM 
BROADCASTS 
FROM LOCAL 
CHANNEL 13 

7 think all those 
guys in the Star 
Trek Club are 
spaced out; all of 
them think Spock 
and friends live! 9 



Three by five pieces of paper 
with CARE*FREE GUM written 
on them were printed and col- 
lected by members of the Star 
Trek Club as its major project. 
The wrappers were part of a con- 
test sponsored by WIFE. The 
members also discussed Star Trek 
revival possibilities and Star Trek 
New York convention. 

Broadcast on Channel 13, the 
Quiz Team had four members and 
one alternate who were selected by 
Mr. Robert Craig, adviser. The 
team competed successfully 
against Pike and Scecina. Mem- 
bers were John Moyer, Jean Kane, 
Bill Gebby, John Kimsey, and 
alternate Judy Begines. 

Thespians were elected to the 
honorary society on the basis of 
their participation in school plays. 
This year's productions were "Up 
the Down Staircase" and short 
acts and skits in "Patriots on 
Parade". Adviser of the Thespinas 
was Ms. Patricia Clifford. 

— Judy Martin 





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ABOVE: THESPIANS (TOP ROW): Mr. Paul Justice, Bob 
Shinkle, Bill Breeden, Lynne Cory. Steve Hall, Dan Nord- 
sieck, Margaret Johnson, Laurie Ziesmer, Mike Childress, 
Ms. Patricia Clifford. (BOTTOM ROW): Jean Kane, Liz 
Ebert, Janie Sterrett, Bob Smith, Pam Campbell, Marjone 
Bunnell, Theresa Detzler. LEFT: Leading the discussion of 
the Star Trek Club are Mike Erickson, Mario Perdue and 
Frank Williams. UPPER RIGHT: Problems with the union 
worker caused a half-hour delay in the filming of "Exercise 
in Knowledge". RIGHT: Giving the cast of "Up the Down 
Staircase" a few words of advice is Director Ms. Patricia 
Clifford. BELOW: Practicing their parts for the play are 
Seniors Liz Ebert and Lynne Cory. 




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Activities 



RADIO SHACK 
WA9EF RUN 
BY 

MARSHALL 
RADIO CLUB 



Sales pitches, election of district 
officers and lectures busied area 
students the DECA Club had 
invited to the District 8 Leader- 
ship Seminar and Officer Training 
Conference at JMHS. DECA 
members had earlier in the year 
given a fashion show where they 
modeled Edrich LTD and Lerners 
Shop fashions. President David 
Ponto, Vice-President Rusty Brill, 
Treasurer Diane Harman and Sec- 
retary Elaine Smith lead DECA. 

Based on the numbers of points 
each player accumulated, four top 
players of the Chess Team were 



chosen to compete against other 
schools. Varsity players were Jay 
Wilkerson, Jim Totten and Ed Sh- 
eer. Mr. Stephen Sachs advised the 
club. 

Radio Shack WA9EF was oper- 
ated by the Radio Club. The club 
toured local radio and television 
stations and the Weir Cook Air- 
port Communications Center. 
Advisers Paul Justice, Robert Carr 
and Martin Coogan promoted tal- 
ents and developed club hobbies. 
As a public service, the club sent 
out flood and tornado warnings. 

— Judy Martin 



'Girls on the Chess 
Team? Mark up one 
point for Women's 
Liberation from 
Bobby Fisher!' 



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LEFT: Two girls joined the Chess 
Team this year, breaking up the all- 
boy membership. Ron Hungerford 
studies the possible chances for his 
next move. ABOVE: Rusty Brill 
represented Indiana as the state 
president of DECA. Vicki Rutledge 
is modeling here in the DECA fash- 
ion show at JMHS. RIGHT: With a 
flair for modeling, art teacher John 
Tungstell brings applause and 
cheers from the audience with this 
move. BELOW: RADIO CLUB 
(BOTTOM ROW): Pat Mulligan, 
Ron Smith, Mark Blaydoe, Chuck 
Zangwell. (TOP ROW): Floyd 
Howard, Bruce Center, Paul Justice, 
Tom Preston. Mr. Martin Coogan 
and Mr. Robert Carr also advise the 
club members. 








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At eight cents a pretzel, the 
German Club cleared more than 
200 dollars working at the Okto- 
berfest at Southern Plaza, October 
18-20. The members also sold 
Amway Products and combined 
profits to sponsor trips. "Tree the 
Trojans" captioned the club's first 
place Homecoming float. The 
members subscribed to Rundschau, 
a newspaper written by students of 
German. Club officers were Presi- 
dent Tom Healy, Vice-President 
David Buttram, Treasurer Bob 
Cleveland and Secretary Dina 
Schenk. Advisers were Ms. Paula 



Barbour and Mr. Brice Tressler. 

The members played bingo in 
Spanish, celebrated Christmas with 
a pinata party and demonstrated 
the proper way to make hot 
tamales. The Spanish Club spon- 
sored different activities concern- 
ing Mexican and Spanish culture. 
Mr. William Jefferson and Ms. 
Paula Seawell were advisers. 

The Latin Club entered North 
Central's Chariot Race and partic- 
ipated in an annual Roman Ban- 
quet. The Club was advised by 
Mr. Byron Cooper. 

— Judy Martin 



Language Clubs 



SALES FROM 
PRETZELS 
CLEAR MORE 
THAN $200 

e Let's vote on it. Do 
you want to go to 
see Michigan or 
Germany?' 




FAR UPPER LEFT: Successful competition in the Indiana University Honors Pro- 
gram resulted in a two-month's study tour of Germany for Dan Nordsieck. He had 
the opportunity of going to movies, watching television, studying the culture and 
"just generally messing around." Dina Schenk, Tom Healy, David Buttram, Vicki 
Crawley and Susan Martin toured Germany as a group. Pictured are German Club 
members (BOTTOM ROW): David Buttram, Vicki Crawley, Susan Martin. (TOP 
ROW): Dan Nordsieck, Dina Schenk, club president Tom Healy, adviser Brice Tres- 
sler. UPPER LEFT: Touring Germany is just one of Chunky Buttram's activities. 
The seniors elected him their class president, and here he directs Spirit Week action. 
LEFT: "Tree the Trojans" captioned the German Club's first-place float in the 
Homecoming parade. Driving the float is Sherri Moss with Steve Nokes riding on the 
float. ABOVE: Helo aqui! or Bingo is the game as Vicki Sausser and Kim Robinson 
play. 



91 /language 




92/naturalists 




Bird watchers and ecologists 
made the Naturalist's Club the 
largest club last year. The attend- 
ance of one trip constituted a 
membership. The club took trips 
to Spring Mill, to Indiana Dunes 
State Park, and to the Peru 
County Covered Bridge Festival to 
study nature and the environment. 
Advisor to the club was Mr. Rob- 
ert 'Doc' Weaver. Rusty Cline was 
president; Terry Schlimgen, vice- 
president; Ray Kane, treasurer; 
and Jamie Haverstick, secretary. 

The Spelunking Club focused 
mainly on the exploration of caves 
and on cleaning up the environ- 
ment. President of the cave-explor- 
ers was Calvin Johnson, with 
Keith Brown as vice-president, 
secretary and treasurer. Explora- 
tions made by the students 
included cave trips to Sullivan, 
Wayne, Coons, Grotto, Shaft's, 
and Buckner's. 

— Jan Burleson 



Naturalists 



FAR LEFT: Waiting at a bus terminal in St. Louis are Steve Campbell and Perry 
Meek. LEFT: Bob Smith, Ivan Bunes and a parrot converse at the St. Louis Zoo. 
LOWER LEFT: The Naturalist Club visited Spring Mill. BELOW: SPELUNKERS: 
(BACK ROW): N. Abner, P. Mayfield, M. Abrams, V. Nokes, J. Suhre. (THIRD 
ROW): J. Patton, K. Brown, S. Mullins. (SECOND ROW): J. Buttram, J. Mullins. 
(FRONT ROW): W. Ott, D. Buttram, C. Johnson. 



WEEK-END 
AT ST. LOUIS 
HIGHLIGHTS 
CLUB YEAR 

T Doc's son said 
the Thanksgiving 
prayer; after we 
ate we had an 
hour to walk. It 
was nice. 9 






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93/naturalists 



Council, NHS, Z Club 



PATIENTS 
RECEIVED 
EASTER EGGS 

FROM Z CLUB 

'We kept suggestion 

slips in the rooms 
but no one ever 

used them. I don't 

think anyone really 

cares anymore. ? 



Who do you have to thank for 
the only pep session of the year? It 
was sponsored by the Student 
Council which also sponsored 'Fif- 
ties Day,' 'Spirit Week' and a 
dance. 

Procedure for submitting sug- 
gestions to the council was to fill 
in a standard form and hand it in 
to the third period representative. 
Officers were President Tom 
Healy, Vice-President Ed Rad- 
cliffe, Treasurer Judy Butler and 
Secretary Terri Kolcheck. 

As a service group the Z-Club 
sponsored the Weber Nursing 
Home by celebrating Christmas, 
St. Patrick's Day and Easter with 
the patients. The girls at Christmas 
time collected toys for the Teen 
Toy Shop. The club also began a 
new policy of awarding points for 
the participation of each member. 

The National Honor Society 
raised funds for a needy family by 
asking for donations from the stu- 
dent body. 

— Judy Martin 





94/council, nhs, z club 





ABOVE: STEERING COMMITTEE: (TOP ROW): C. Parme- 
lee, M. Moyer. (SIXTH ROW): K. Lee, R. Clements, J. Kim- 
sey, M. Enckson. (FIFTH ROW): G. Thomerson, R. Clements, 
C. Johnson. (FOURTH ROW): D. Salazar, T. Kolcheck, J. 
Butler. (THIRD ROW): C. Coapstick, R. Byrd, A. Johnson, R. 
Benton, E. Ratcliffe. (SECOND ROW): M. Fulton, R. Ham, E. 
Williams. (BOTTOM ROW): J. Kane, R. Trester, T. Hall, T. 
Healy, T. Forte. ABOVE RIGHT: NHS (TOP ROW): L. Cory, 
Mr. M. Burleson, D. Jarchow, P. Firth, M. Hosbein, P. Lewal- 
len. (THIRD ROW): G. Castledine, D. Weaver, E. Ziegel. 
(SECOND ROW): C. Edwards, E. McPhereson, J. Shanks, D. 
Fast. (BOTTOM ROW): D. Nordsieck, D. Byers, J. Strack, S. 
Hall. LEFT: Z CLUB (TOP ROW): E. Ziegel, E. Williams, J. 
Ramer, K. Whyde, J. Bedwell, G. Castledine, D. Jarchow, L. 
Cory. (THIRD ROW): P. Murray, C. Edwards, B. Curran, C. 
Elliot, M. Corliss, D. Fast, D. Byers. (SECOND ROW): B. 
Shanks, V. Murray, S. Askren, J. Shanks, J. Strack. (BOTTOM 
ROW): E. McPherson, F. Colon, P. Emrick, B. Cooper. 



BELOW: STUDENT COUNCIL (TOP ROW): K. Bouchon- 
net, C. Parmerlee, M. St. Clair, L. Cory, K. Lee, M. Boyer, R. 
Benton, P. Walker, J. Bullock, M. Sipes, G. Thomerson, M. 
Erickson, J, Kimsey, M. Kimberly, D. Farmer, J. Phillips, A. 
McGaughey. (FOURTH ROW): D. Akhin, D. Lewis, G. Dan- 
iels, T. Forte, D. Salazar, R. Clements, M. Moyer, J. Crawford, 
C. Linder, R. Clements, R. Byrd, R. Harris, A. Posely, D. 
Smith, G. Scholl, C. Woods, K. Shields, O. Pearson, T. Shepard. 
(THIRD ROW): G. Mansfield, T. Kuhn, M. Stevens, T. Bns- 
tow, M. Davis, K. Bristow, J. Sheehan, D. Hartman, L. Smith, 
F. Salavon, D. Coleman, K. Robinson, E. Williams, M. Fulton, 

C. Coapstick, B. Cooper, S. Skelly, T. Billerman. (SECOND 
ROW): C. Johnson, E. Bulton, R. Trester, K. Rogers, J. Kane, 

D. Theyssen, C. Edwards, T. Stephenson, R. Justice, M. 
Bocock, C. Bishop, M. Morgan, B. Haywood, F. Gibson, R. 
Ham, S. Thompson, T. Hall, J. Carpenter, S. West. (BOTTOM 
ROW): Student Council officers E. Ratcliffe, J. Butler, T. Kol- 
check and T. Healy. 




ROTC Teams 



RIFLE TEAM 
AFTER YEAR 
RECAPTURES 
STATE TITLE 



The State Championship Title 
was regained by the Rifle Team, 
last one having been won in 1970. 
The members Mike Hauser, Mack 
Mullins, Jim Blanchard, Joe 
Miller, and Terry Duling practice 
after school under the new adviser 
Sargeant William R. Pennington. 

Sponsor of the Rifle Team was 
Tina Bristow who presided at each 
match. 

Captain Major Gary Snyder led 
the Drill Team in matches. The 
Drill Team also practiced after 
school and conducted demonstra- 
tions to the student body and to 
selected grade schools. 



The Girls Drill Team practiced 
weekly on new steps and also 
competed with other schools. 
Advisers were Ms. Patricia Lana- 
han and Ms. Susan Lange. 

Almost all of the members were 
enrolled in ROTC where they 
became interested and decided to 
join the teams. Marshall has one 
range where Rifle Team members 
shot rounds from a distance of 50 
feet. High scorer for the first 
semester was Mike Hauser who 
scored at least 280 points at each 
match. 

— Judy Martin 



*What a bear. Look 
at all those bars and 
ribbons and rope. 
But only on 
Thursdays at JMHS. ' 





96 /rote teams 




ABOVE: DRILL TEAM (TOP ROW): Chris Orcutt, Paul 
Smith, Greg Howard, Larry Carmon, Terry Twigg, Bernie 
Cooper. (BOTTOM ROW): Gary Snyder, Tony Mabry, Calvin 
Johnson, John Patton. LEFT: COLOR GUARDS: Roy Kidd, 
Larry Twigg, Terry Dale, Harold Kuhn, Curtis Hawkins. 



LOWER LEFT: RIFLE TEAM (TOP ROW): Roy Kidd, Mike 
Estrada, Don Paff, Larry Carmon. (BOTTOM ROW): Joe Har- 
ris, Gary College, Tina Bristow, Paul Smith, Greg Howard. 
BELOW: ROTC units participated in the Veteran's Day 
Parade. 




97/rotc teams 




98/people 




I mw ' * 13 I 






99/people 



Faculty 



WHO GOES 
WHERE, 
WHEN KEEPS 
STAFF BUSY 



Increased enrollment brought 
the faculty from 110 to 117 mem- 
bers, 24 of whom were new. 
Despite the "yes, you have the 
feeder schools," "no, you don't," 
"yes, you do" messages from the 
School Board, Marshall began 
smoothly. After evaluating the 
Urban Upswing report, the Metro- 
politan Achievement results, and 
the Purdue Del Phi Project report, 
the staff set goals for the coming 
year. 

A continued emphasis on the 
reading program had many stu- 
dents taking advantage of the 



bookstore display of paperbacks. 
New policies for absences, a warn- 
ing chime for tardy students, 
expanded corridor supervision, 
and paraprofessionals in the cafe- 
teria were new. Also, nine new 
classes were begun in the fall, and 
a new English program for juniors 
and seniors began. 

The fall open house, the five- 
day teacher strike, professional 
workshops, and after-school activi- 
ties were part of the staffs' year. 

— Patricia Marshall 



*Where are you 
going? Do you have 
a pass? Let's see it. 
But I really do like 
students! 9 




Mr. Thomas Hay ties' indeed has a respon- 
sible job leading JMHS. Many of his 
responsibilities include interviewing speak- 



ers for auditorium schedules, co-ordinat- 
ing student-teacher relations, and setting 
total-school goals. 



100/ faculty 




Law and order were kept at JMHS year by 
Pat Adams and Jim Stubbs, IPS security 
guards. 



Both of our deans this year are extremely 
happy at the attendance, which is part of 
their jobs. 





MR. MILLARD ARNOLD— BA, MA, 
Indiana, Head of Foreign Language 
MR. DON AUSTIN— MA, Ball State, 
Counselor 

MS. CHARLOTTE BALCHUNAS— 
BA, Illinois State, Social Science, Free- 
doms Foundations, History Club 
MS. EMMA BALCHUNAS— Attend- 
ance Clerk 
MR. JOSEPH BEN DA— Math 



MS. SARAH BOGARD—BS, MS, Indi- 
ana, Indiana State, Home Economics 
MR. RAYMOND BRA NDES— BMC, 
MMC, Indiana, Colorado, Head of 
Music Department, Orchestra 
MR. HAROLD BROWN— Aero Space, 
Auto Shop, Aero Space Club 
MR. LEONARD BROWN— BS, Butler, 
Physical Education, Football Coach 
MR. NEIL BRUMBAUGH— BS, MS, 
Ball State, Biology, Naturalist Club 



MR. DONALD BUDDENBAUM—BA, 

MA, Butler, English 

MR. DAN BULLINGTON—BS, MS, 

Hanover, Social Studies 

MS. LYNDEL BUTLER— Budget Clerk, 

PBX Operator 

MR. GAYLE BYERS—BS, MS, 

DePauw, Indiana State, Vocal Music 

Director, Musical Productions 

MS. LEORA CAMPBELL— Secretary 



MR. ROBERT CARR—BA, MS, Indi- 
ana, Math Department Head 
MS. MARJORIE CHRISTY— BS, MS, 
Indiana State, Indiana, Guidance 
MS. PATRICIA CLIFFORD— BA, But- 
ler, English, Speech, Drama, Thespians, 
Plays 

MR. MARTIN COBLE— BS, MS, Indi- 
ana State, Construction Industries 
MS. PATRICIA COFFIN— BS, MA, 
Indiana, Nurse, Health Club 



101 /faculty 



MS. BERNADETTE COLLIER— Adult 
Assistant Librarian 
MS. BESSIE CONN— Business 
MR. DAN COOGAN—BS, MS, Butler, 
Math, Radio Club 

MR. BYRON COOPER— AB, Indiana, 
Latin, Humanities, Fraternitas Latina 
MR. ROBERT CRAIG— AB, MS, Indi- 
ana, Science, Quiz Team 



MR. RICHARD CROWE— BS, MAT, 
Tennessee State, Social Studies 
MR. RICHARD CUMMINGS—BS, MS, 
Indiana Central, Physical Education, 
Asst. Football and Wrestling Coach 
MR. JOHN DEAL— BS, Indiana Cen- 
tral, Asst. Dean, Football Coach 
MS. NORMA DILLON— BS, MS, Indi- 
ana State, Chemistry, Biology, Patriettes, 
Majorettes 

MS. JAN DUGGAN—BA, Indiana Cen- 
tral, Biology 

MR. JOHN EASON—BS, MS, Indiana 
Central, Butler, Social Studies, Tennis 
Coach 

MS. JANET EBERLE—BA, MA, Indi- 
ana, English, Journalism, Publications 
Director, Quill and Scroll 
MR. VENKA TA CHA LA PA THI ELL UR 
—MS, Central College, Math, Spelunk- 
ing Club 

MR. EDWIN ESTELL—BS, MS, Indi- 
ana, Social Studies 

MS. VIRGINIA ESTEN—BS, MA, But- 
ler, Michigan, Biology 

MR. JOHN FELLOWS— Biology, Cross 
Country, Track 

MR. MAX FORSYTH— BA, MA, Indi- 
ana State, Purdue, Biology 
MS. JANE FRANCESCHINI—BS, 
Indiana, English, JUST US Sponsor 
MR. CLARK FRONING—BS, Miami, 
Health, Drug Education, Head Baseball 
Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach 
MR. KENNETH FRY— BS, Ball State, 
Math 

DR. JAMES GAITHER— MA, PhD, 
Chicago, Minnesota, English Depart- 
ment Head 

MS. MARSHA GEIMAN—BS, Indiana 
State, Home Ec, Born a Woman Club 
MR. KENNETH GEORGE— BS, Ball 
State, Business Ed., Freshmen Basketball 
MR. CHARLES GLORE—BA, John 
Heron Art Institute, Butler, Art 
MS. MARTHA GRIFFIN— BS, MS, 
Western Kentucky, Indiana, Physical 
Education, Cheerleaders, Cheerblock, 
Girls Track Coach 



MS. JUNE GRUNDY— English 
MS. MARILYN HARD WICK— Dean of 
Girls 

MR. DAVID HARVEY— BS, MAT, 
Indiana, Social Studies 
MR. PA UL HA YES— BS, MS, Indiana 
State, Placement Director, ICT Coordi- 
nator, VICA Club 

MR. THOMAS HAYNES—BS, MS, 
Butler, Purdue, Principal 



MR. LOWELL HESTER— BS, MS, Ball 
State, Industrial Arts 
MR. CARL HINES—BS, MS, Tennes- 
see A and I State, Tennessee, Math 
MR. STEPHEN HUMPHREYS— BS, 
MA, Indiana State, Ball State, Director 
of Bands, Marching Band, Basketball 
Band 

MR. JERRY HURST— BA, Indiana, 
English 

MR. WILLIAM JEFFERSON— BA, 
Marian, Spanish, Spanish Club 




102/faculty 




CUSTODIANS (BOTTOM ROW): Dossie Sims, John Whitacre, 
Johnnie Roberts, Gerald Wright. (TOP ROW): Thomas Long, 
Theodore Bowman, Roy Raisor, Myron Karress, Frank Hubbard, 



Howard Mark Healy, Howard Watson, Joe Bakey. These men play 
an important part in maintaining the "new school" look that John 
Marshall still has after six years. 




MS. JOHANNESSEN—BS, MS, Pur- 
due, Butler, Home Ec. Dept Head 
MR. J. RAY JOHNSON— BS. MS, Ball 
State, Butler, Indiana, Vice Principal 
MR. PAUL JUSTICE— BS, MS, Ball 
State, Butler, Electronics, Stage Crew, 
Radio Club, Drama, Thespians 
MS. SUSAN KEOGH—BS, North 
Dakota, Home Economics 
MS. MARY KELLY— BS, Alabama 
State, Math 



MS. MARC I A KING— BS, Ball State, 
English 

MS. AILEEN LACKEY— BS, MA, Wis- 
consin State, Indiana, Social Worker 
MR. RUSSELL LAMB— BS, MS, But- 
ler, Zoology, Biology, Naturalist Club 
MS. SHIRLEY LAMBERT— BS, MS, 
Indiana, Bridgeport, Physical Education, 
Girls Athletic Association 
MS. PATRICIA LANAHAN—BS, Indi- 
ana Central, Business 



MS. SUSAN LANGE—BS. Purdue, But- 
ler, Home Economics 
MS. JEAN LUDLOW— BS, Purdue, 
Math 

MS. MARY LYONS— BS, MA, Purdue, 
Ball State, California. Physics 
MS. JULIA MA X WELL— Financial 
Clerk 

MR. GEORGE MCCOOL—BS, Indiana, 
Counselor, Wrestling Coach 



103/faculty 



MS. VIRGINIA McDONALD—BA, 
University of New Hampshire, MS, But- 
ler University, IMC Director 
MS. MARIE McKELLER—BS, MS, 
Indiana Central, Butler University, 
Home Economics 

MS. KAREN MANNWEILER—BA, 
Butler University, Social Studies, Gym- 
nastics Club, Exploratory Teachers, Girls 
Tennis Team 

MS. ERMA MILLER— BS, Butler Uni- 
versity, Indiana Central College, Busi- 
ness Education 

MS. CLARA MORAN—AduM Assistant 
in Library 

MR. ALAN N ORRIS— Math 
MS. CLARICE OFFICER— BA, MS, 
Fisk University, Columbia University, 
Indiana University 

MR. DA V1D OTTO— BA, MA, Hanover 
College, Miami University, Biology, Bot- 
any 

SGT. WILLIAM PENNINGTON— 
ROTC, Rifle Team, Drill Team 
MR. NICHOLAS PIPINO—BS, MS, 
Purdue University, Indiana University, 
Cornell, Chemistry, Bowling Club 
MR. TED POLLOCK— BS, MS, Indiana 
University, Physical Education Head 
MS. JEAN POTTS— BA, Indiana Cen- 
tral, MS, Indiana University, Business 
MS. BARBARA RAINWATER— BA, 
MLS, Butler University, Indiana Univer- 
sity, Assistant Librarian 
MS. MARGARET RAWLINGS—BA, 
Butler University, English 
MR. WILLIAM RILEY— BS, MA, But- 
ler University, Social Studies, Student 
Council Sponsor 




CAFETERIA STAFF— (BOTTOM ROW): Elizabeth Francescon, 
Head Dietician, Blanch Esham, Imogene TeVault, Jo Cooper, 
Irma Goodmin, Nova Newell, Mary Weber, Neva Tretter, Irene 
Anderson, Frances Smith. (BACK ROW): Chie Woodard, Linda 



Baine, Dee Englert, Barbara Winters, Barbara Grant, Arveta 
Brown, Jean Coons, Pauline Hull, Jane Harrison, Jean Cobb, 
Mary Cummins, Kathy Marshall, Joan Ballwin, Patricia Barton, 
Morfiriw Cummins, Mary Stevenson. 



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* 




MR. EDWARD RING— BS, MA, Ball 
State, Art Dept. Head 
MR. JAMES RODEHEFFER—BA, 
MA, MS, Ohio University, Ohio State 
University, Purdue University, Vice-Prin- 
cipal 

MR. STEVEN SACHS— BS, Butler Uni- 
versity, Business Education 
MR. BENJAMIN SANDERS— BS, MS, 
Stout State University, Butler University, 
Guidance Counselor, Career Day Con- 
ference, PTO Treasurer 
MR. CECIL SANDERS— AB, MA, 
Indiana Central, Ball State, Indiana 
State, Graphic Arts 

MR. ROGER SCHRODER— AB. MA, 
Franklin College, Ball State University, 
Senior Counselor, Varsity Basketball. 
Asst. Baseball 

MR. CLIFTON SCOTT— BS, MS, 
Hampton Institute, Butler University, 
Industrial Arts Dept. Head 
MR. DWIGHT SHAW— -BS, MA. Mar- 
ion College, Butler University, Social 
Studies Dept. Head 

MR. RODERICK SHA W— AB, MA, 
Earlham, Ball State, Drivers Ed. Craft 
Arts, Head Football Coach, Head Track 
Coach 

MR. GREG SHELTON—BA, Butler 
University, English, Audio Visual 
MR. CLIFFORD SNYDER— BS, MS, 
Indiana State University, Ball State, Eve- 
ning School Director 
MR. MIKE SLABAUGH—An 
MR. DAVID SMARTZ—BS, MS, Indi- 
ana Central, Butler, Business Education, 
Golf Coach 

MS. JANET STAFFORD— English 
MS. COLEEN STANLEY— BS, MA, 
Indiana University, University of South- 
ern California, English 
MR. KEN STANLEY— BS, Indiana 
State University, Distributive Education, 
DECA 

MR. ROBERT STA UP— Aulo Shop 
MS. MILDRED STEVENS— BA, MA, 
Milton College, University of Wisconsin, 
French 

MR. HARRY SULLIVAN— BS, MA, 
Butler University, English, Athletic 
Director 

MS. LINDA TOMASALLO—BA, Indi- 
ana University, English 
MS. STEPHANIE THORN E—AB. Pur- 
due, IUPUI, Math 

MR. BRICE TRESSLER— German, 
German Club 

MS. JEAN USSELER—AB, MA, Ball 
State, University of Colorado, Business, 
Co-Sponsor Z Club 

MS. MARY VAN BUSKIRK—But\er 
University, Secretary in Guidance Office 
MS. TALITHA VAN LEER— Business 



MR. JOHN VARDAMAN—BS, MA, 
Ball State, Director of Guidance 
MS. JOAN WALDMAN—BS, Indiana 
University, Business 

MS. JUDITH WAUGH—BA. MAT, 
Indiana University, English 
MR. JACK WEAVER— BS, MA, Ball 
State, English, Ticket Manager 
MS. JANET WEAVER— BS, MS, Indi- 
ana University, Butler, Business Ed. 
Dept. Head, Co Sponsor Honor Society 



MR. ROBERT WEAVER— BS, MS, 
Butler University, University of Califor- 
nia, Oregon State, Naturalist Club, Head 
of Science Dept. 

MS. NANCY WILLIAMS— BA, Purdue, 
Ball State, English 

MS. JANE ZERBO—BA, MS, State 
University of Iowa, Butler University, 
Reading Director, FTA 



105/faculty 



Seniors 



SENIOR 
CLASS STUDY 
PROVIDES 
UNITY 



The class of '73, led by David 
Buttram, president; Paul Firth, 
vice-president; Jean Kane, secre- 
tary and Kathy Rogers, treasurer 
sponsored such annual events as 
the senior Christmas party, the 
senior breakfast, mini-course week, 
the senior prom and messages for 
Halloween and Valentine's Day. 

The annual senior trip was 
changed from Washington, D. C, 
to New Orleans. A senior study 
hall was created to boost class 
spirit and to give pertinent infor- 
mation to all seniors; it was during 
second hour. 

Mr. Roger Schroeder again 
assumed the responsibility of class 
sponsor and Mr. John Vardaman 
acted as class counselor. 

The third class to finish all four 
years here had quite an active and 
busy year of projects and activi- 
ties. They renewed the "senior 
spirit" at JMHS. 

— Lynne Cory 




*Is that a Christinas 
tree? Or is it a 
decorated slinky toy 
with lights and 
tinsel?' 




106/seniors 



" 







ABOVE: The senior Christmas tree created by the stage 
crew was a gift from the administration. It was decorated 
December 8 at the senior party. UPPER LEFT: Some sen- 
iors work on posters and signs for Homecoming for the halls 
while others design and plan the senior float. FAR LEFT: 
The senior Halloween message committee discusses how to 
make the messages with Class Sponsor Roger Schroder. The 
messages were sent by students for a penny a word; pro- 
ceeds went to the Senior Class. LEFT: Mr. John Vardaman 
and Mr. Schroder congratulate David Buttram on his elec- 
tion as Senior Class President. 



KENNETH ACKLES 
BOB ADAMS— Basketball 9-10; 
Golf 9-10; Letterman; German Club 
9; PE Asst. 11-12; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 10-11 

GARY GENE ALLEGREE— Track 
9; Chess Club 9; Aero Space 1 1 
LINDA ALLGOOD 
RANDY AMOS— Tennis 9; Natu- 
ralists Club; Office Messenger 10 



GREG ANSLOW 
DEBRA ARNOLD— GAA Basket- 
ball 9-11; Spelunking Club 9-12; 
Naturalists Club 10-12; German 
Club 9-10; Lab Asst. 9-11; Stage 
Crew 12 

SALLY ASHBROOKE 
DANIEL L ASKREN— Golf 9; 
Marching Band II; Naturalists Club 
12; History Club 12 
GERALD BAILEY 



JOHN BARNETT— Football 9-11; 
Basketball 9; Letterman; Naturalists 
Club II; Student Council II; Base- 
ball 9 

SHERYL BARTHOLOMEW 
MICHAEL BELCHER 
GARY BELOW— Tennis 10; Let- 
terman; Con. Choir 9-11; Pats on 
Parade 9-11; Spelunking Club 12; 
ICT V-Pres.; Student Trainer 
TON1 BENGE 



DEBRA BENHAM 

ELIZABETH BENNETT 

MARK BENNETT 

ROBERT BENNETT— Tennis 10- 

12. Captain 12; Letterman; German 

Club 10-12; Newspaper 12 

SUE BISHOP 



LARRY B1XLER— Football 9; Pats 
on . Parade 9-12; Con. Choir 9-12; 
Marshallaires 10-12; Office Messen- 

ROBERT LEE BOE 
KATHY BONEBRAKE 
JERRY C BOOTH 
DEWAYNE E. BOWERS — ICT 
Club 12; Intramural Basketball 9- 
12; Intramural Basketball 9 



CINDY BOYCE— Con. Choir 12; 
Liberty Belles 12; Pats on Parade 
12; Bowling II 

MIKE BOYER — Football 9-12; 
Letterman 9-12; Naturalists Club 9- 
12; Student Council 12; Most Valu- 
able Linesmen 12 
BILL BREEDEN 
JERRY BRIGGS 

RUSTIE BRILL — Track 9-10; 
Wrestling 9-10; Naturalists Club 10; 
Student Council 12; Cross Country 
9; DECA 11-12; V. Pres. 12; State 
Pres. 12 




108/senior 




TERRY ALLAN BROWN 
VIVIAN BROWNING— GAA 10; 
Liberty Belles 10-11, Musicals II: 
Cheerblock 9-10; PE Assl. 
LINDA SUSANN BRYANT 
MARJORIEANN BUNNELL— 
Liberty Belles 10-11; Musicals 9-11; 
Pats on Parade 10-12; Thespian II- 
12; BB & Ftbl Patnettes; DECA 12 
NANCY BURGIN 



RONALD EDWARD BURTON 
JANICE BUSENBARK— GAA 9- 
10; Bible Club 10; Cheer Block 9-10 
JUDY BUTLER— Cheerleader 9- 
10; Z Club 11-12; Student Council 
9. 10. 12; Treasurer; ICT Club Sec- 
retary 12; Office Messenger 11, 
Biology Asst. 12 
RITA BUTLER 

DAVID BUTTRAM— Senior Class 
President; German Club 11-12 Pres , 
V.-Pres; Naturalists Club 10-12; 
Football 9; Basketball manager 9 



SYLVIA BYARD 

GEORGE MICHAEL BYERLY— 
Marching Pep Band 9-11; Pats on 
Parade 10, 12; German Club 9; 
Band Asst. 12 

DEBORAH BYERS — Liberty 
Belles 10, II; Quill and Scroll II; 
NHS 11-12; Newspaper 10-11; Stu- 
dent Council II 

JAMES CADY— Naturalists Club 
10-12; Wrestling 9-12; Football 10; 
Baseball 10; Track 12 
MICHAEL CALDWELL 



PAMELA FAYE CAMPBELL— 
Liberty Belles 10; Musicals 9-10; 
Drama Club; Naturalists Club 10- 
12; Office Messenger 10-12; Science 
Asst.; Cheerblock 9 
GAYLE CASTLEDINE— ICT Club 
12; NHS 12; Z Club Treasurer 11- 
12; Cheerblock 9; Spelunking Club 
9-10 

ALTON BART CHAFIN 
JACK CHAMBERS — Marching 
Band 10-12; Pep Band 10-12; Con- 
cert Band 11-12 
KENNETH CHAMBERS 



JEFFERY LYNN CHAPMAN 
MICHAEL CHILDRESS— Musi- 
cals 11-12; Stage Crew 11-12; Pats 
on Parade 11-12; Drama Club 11- 
12; DECA 12; Thespians 
BARBARA CLARK 
CHARLES JOSEPH CLEMENTS 
RUSTY CLINE 



STEVE CLUGGISH 
CYNTHIA COLEMAN 
KEITH COLEMAN — ROTC 9; 
DECA 12; Intramural Basketball 
LENORA FAITH COLLEGE 
GERLAD P. COLLINS 



109/seniors 



MARK ALLEN COMBS — Year- 
book 10-12; Quill and Scroll 12 
JEFF E. CORNELIUS— Track 10; 
Marching Band 9-12; Pep Band 9- 
12; Orchestra 9-12; Musical 9; Pats 
on Parade 10-12; Naturalists Club 
10-12 Intramural Basketball 10 
LYNNE D CORY— Musicals 10- 
12; Pats on Parade 10-12; Natural- 
ists Club 10-12; German Club 10- 
11; Yearbook 11-12; Quill & Scroll 
12; NHS I 1-12; Z Club 11-12; 
Thespians 11-12; Girl State; Voice 
of Democracy 
GENE COTTON E 
CHERYL CRANFILL 



JOE CRAWFORD — Football 9; 
Basketball 9-10; Naturalists Club 
10; Student Council 9; Baseball 9- 
II; PE Asst. II 

VICKIE LYNN CRAWLEY— Ger- 
man Club 11-12; BB, Ftbl. 
Patriettes 10-12; Z Club 11-12; Stu- 
dent Council 10; Office Asst. 11-12; 
Homecoming Queen Candidate 12 
DENISE L. CR1SWELL— GAA 9; 
Con. Choir 12; Liberty Belles 10-11; 
Musicals 1 1 

MIKE G. CRONEY — Student 
Council 
JOSEPH R. CROUCH 



SHARON JOAN CROWE— GAA 
9; Pats on Parade 12; Naturalists 
Club 12; Yearbook 10-12, Editor 
12; Quill and Scroll 12; Student 
Council 10; Office Messenger 10-12; 
DECA 12; Cheerblock 9 
ROXANNE CUNNINGS— GAA 
10; Spanish Club 10; Office Mes- 
senger 12 

ELIZABETH ANN CURRAN — 
Naturalists Club 10; BB, Ftbl 
Patriettes 1 1-12; Z Club 11-12; 
Office Messenger 9; Senior Execu- 
tive Committee 
DENNIS CUMMINGS 
STEPHEN R. DAUGHTERTY— 
ROTC9-12 



KENNETH DAVIS 
KAREN L. DAY— Marshallaires; 
Con Choir 12; Liberty Belles 10-11; 
Musical 11; Pats on Parade 12; Spe- 
lunking Club 10; Student Council 
11; Office Messenger 11-12 
T. GARY DEGLER — Marching 
Band, Pep Band 9-12; Symphonic 
Wind Ensemble 9-12; Newspaper 9- 
12; Yearbook 9-12 
JEFF A. DENNEY 
JACQUALINE DENNY— GAA 9- 
10 



KAREN DENNEY— GAA 9-10; 
Stage Crew 1 2 
MICHAEL DENNIS 
VICOTRIA A. DESMON 
TERESA DETZLER— Musicals 10- 
12; Pats on Parade 10-12; Drama 
Club 11-12; Student Council 10-12; 
Stage Crew 10-12; Thespians 11-12 
ANNE DUGAN— GAA 9; ICT 12; 
Naturalists Club 10-12; French 
Club 9-10; BB Patriettes 10-11; Stu- 
dent Council 10-11 



MELODY JEANNE DYE— March- 
ing Band 9-12; Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 9-12; Student Council 9- 
11 

BRENDA JOANN DYKE— GAA 
9-12; Girls Basketball & Volleyball 
9-12; Orchestra 9-11; Pats on 
Parade II; Naturalists Club 10-12; 
Musicals 9-11; Cheerblock 9-10 
ELIZABETH ANN EBERT— Pats 
on Parade 9-11; Drama Club 9-12; 
BB Patriettes 11-12; Student Coun- 
cil 11-12; Drama Club, Pres.; Thes- 
pians V.-Pres. 10-12; Paul Harris 
Fashion Board; Majorette Captain 
CAROL L. EDWARDS— GAA 9- 
II; Intramural Volleyball 9; Natu- 
ralists Club 10; Spanish Club 10; 
NHS 11-12; ZClub 11-12 
DEBORAH EDWARDS 




1 10/seniors 







During second hour senior study hall, class officers David Buttram, 
president; Kathy Rogers, secretary; Jean Kane, treasurer, and Paul 
Firth, vice-president, discuss class business. Senior study was set 



up to keep the senior class aware and informed of the class's activ- 
ities as well as to help plan post graduation. If this study was 
found to be successful, it was to be adopted by other city schools. 




SANDRA ELAINE EDWARDS 

MICHAEL EFFINGER— Track 9; 

Wrestling 9-10 

MIKE ELDER — Musicals 11-12; 

Pals on Parade 11-12; Spelunking 

Club 11; Stage Crew 11-12 

JEFFREY DOUGLAS ELMORE— 

Con. Choir 9-12; Musicals 9-12; 

Pats on Parade 9-12 

TERRY MICHAEL ENOCHS 



MICHAEL RAY ERICKSON — 
Tennis 9-12, Letterman; Pats on 
Parade 11; Student Council 12; Star 
Trek Club; Naturalists Club 1J-12 
KARYN LYNNE EVANS— NHS 
11-12; Pats on Parade 10 10-11; 
Naturalists Club 10-11; Z Club II- 
12; Liberty Belles 10 
TERESA LUELLA EVANS— Lib- 
erty Belles 9-11; Cheer Block 9-10 
MIKE R. FANCHER 
DEBORAH RAE FAST— NHS 11- 
12; Z Club V.-Pres. 10-12; Home-Ec 
Asst; Naturalists Club 



MARK LOUIS FIELDS— Track 9- 
10; Football 9; Letterman 9-12; 
Naturalists Club 11-12; Intramural 
Basketball 10 

PAUL FIRTH— Golf 9; Chess Club 
9; NHS 11-12; Student Council 10- 
12; Intramural Basketball 10, Senior 
Class V.-Pres. 
DAVID FROMM 

MARY SUE FULTON— Cheer- 
leader 9-12; Student Council 11; PE 
Asst. 10-11; Homecoming Queen 
LEONARD FRANCIS GARVEY 



1 1 1 /seniors 



DONALD GATLIFF 
DAN T. GENTRY 
RONNIE MYRON GENTRY 
CRAIG CAMERON GEORGE— 
Track 9; Wrestling 9; Naturalists 
Club 9-12 

RIKI L. GEYER — Track 10; 
Marching Band 9-12; Pep Band 9- 
10; Chess Club 9; Yearbook II; 
ROTC 9; DECA 12 



RONALD D. GHOLSON— DECA 
12; District Pres; Student Council 9; 
PE Asst; Basketball 9-10; Letter- 
man; Football 9; Spanish Club 9- 
10; Baseball 9-12 

TERRY GIGURE— Orchestra Il- 
ia; Musicals 11-12; Drama Club Il- 
ia; Stage Crew 11-12; Thespians 12 
JANET LYNN GLASGO— Cheer- 
leader 9-10; Student Council 9-11; 
DECA 12; French Club 9 
PATRICIA GOLDEN 
DENISE GREENE— GAA 9-10; 
Student Council II; Cheerblock 9- 
10; 



MICHAEL ANTHONY GREG- 
ORY— French Club 9-10 
GREGORY GURNICK 
KEVIN GUTZMER 
GARY HAAG 

PAM HADLEY— FTA 9-10; Track 
12; Newspaper 10; Student Council 
9-10; PE Asst. 12; Human Relations 



ABOVE: Senior gym assistant Beth Cur- 
ran instructs freshmen girls how to per- 
form correctly on the horizontal bar. 

RIGHT: Seniors Tom Healy, Pat Lewallen 
and Jean Kane distribute awards and tro- 
phies at Marion County Press Day at 
Marshall. 




1 12/seniors 




NOBLE HALL 

STEPHEN WAYNE HALL— NHS, 
Pres. 11-12; Con Choir 9-12; Musi- 
cals 9-12; Pats on Parade 9-12; Just 
Us Staff 9-10; Newspaper, Page 1 
Ed; Student Cou/icil 9-12; Thespi- 
ans 10-12; Plays 10-12; Naturalists 
Club 10-12; Drama Club 10-12; Sci- 
ence Asst. 11 
STEVE HAND 
GARY HAMPTON 
THERESA HARLAN 



JOSEPH HARLOW 

DIAN HARMON— Musicals 9-10; 

Pats on Parade 9; BB, Ftbl 

Patnettes 10-12; Student Council 

11; DECA 12; Homecoming Queen 

Candidate; Student Council Queen; 

Office Messenger 

SHEILA HARRISON — Drama 

Club 11-12; Naturalists Club 11; BB 

Patnettes 10; Office Messenger 9- 

10; Biology Asst 

DENNY HARVEY 

JAMIE HAVERSTICK— Con. Club 

9; Naturalists Club Treasurer 10-12; 

PE Asst. 11-12; Cheerblock 



CYNTHIA ANN HAWKINS— 

GAA 9-10; Intramural Basketball, 

Football 9; Student Council 10-11; 

Cheerblock 9 

DEBRA LYNN HAYMAKER— 

Cheerblock 9; Naturalists Club II- 

12 

THOMAS HEALY— Tennis 9-11; 

Letterman; Naturalists Club 10-11; 

Quill and Scroll 12; Student Council 

Pres. 11-12; Cross Country 9-10; 

German Club Pres., V.-Pres. 10-12; 

Newspaper 11-12 

DELDA M. HEATH— Marching 

Band 9; Con Band 9; German Club 

9-11; AATG Nat award in German; 

Naturalists Club 10-12 

JEFFERY DALE HENDERSON 



DAVID THOMAS HERR 
NORMA JEAN HIBBS 
BEVERLY HIGHTSHOE— GAA 
9; Cheerblock 9 

CAROLYN HIGHTSHOE— GAA 
9; Office Messenger 10; Nurse's 
Asst 11; Cheerblock 9 
CHARLES PATRICK MILES 



STEVEN HINDMAN 

THERESA ANNE HOLDEN — 

Newspaper 9; FTA 9-11; French 

Club 9-10; Office Messenger 10-11; 

English Asst. 9-11; Student Council 

II 

GRETCHEN SUE HORTON — 

Home Ec. Asst. 10-11 

MARK HOSBEIN— NHS 11-12; 

Baseball 9-12 

PAMELA L. HUBER— Bowling 

Club 1 1 



KAREN HUGHETT— Office Mes- 
senger 10; Librajy Asst. 10-11 
LINDA MARLENE HUMPHREY 
—GAA 10; PE Asst. 11-12; Office 
Messenger 10-11; DECA 12; Fr. 
Choir 9 

DUANE ISAACSON 
DIANA MARIE JACOB— GAA 9; 
Naturalists Club 10-12; Z Club 10- 
12; Office Messenger 10-11; Cheer- 
block 9; Intramural Volleyball, 
Football 9 

LAWRENCE EVERETT JAHNKE 
—Marching Band, Pep Band 9-12; 
Con. Choir 9-10; Pats on Parade 10- 
II; Drama Club 11-12; Newspaper 
10-11; Student Council 10; Stage 
Crew 12 



113/seniors 



DEBRA JARCHOW Nils 11-12: 
Marching Band. Pep B.ind 9-10: 
Spelunking Club 9-10: Z Club II- 
12: NMSQT Honor: Spanish Club 
9-10, Yearbook. Academic Ed, 9-12: 
Quill and Scroll 12 
SHELLEY RAH JENNINGS— IC I 
Club 11-12; Spanish Club, Treasurer 
10; Office Messenger 10-12 
JAMES EDWARD JENSEN 
JEFFREY I JOHNSON 
KATHLEEN DENISE JOHNSON 
Biology Assl, 12; Checrblock 9: 
Swilchboard 11-12 



Jl I I REY LYNN JONES 
PAUL. S. JONES 
TOM T.JONES Latin Club 4 
JEAN MARY KANE — Z Club 
Pres. 10-12: Senior Class Secretary; 
Quill and Scroll. Pres. 11-12; News- 
paper, Ed 9-12; Girls Stale Alter- 
nate; NCTE Award: Just Us, Ed 9- 
12; Latin Club. Pres 11-12 
CAROL. SUE KEEVER 



DONN K, KEEVER 
GARY LEE KEMPER— DECA 12 
RICKY R KIDWELL 
MICHAEL. I. KIMBERLY 
JEEFREY T. Kl NGSTON— Ger- 
man Club 10-11: ROTC 9: Aero 
Space Asst. 



JOHN W. KNIGHT 
PAM R. KNOX— Naturalists Club 
10-12; German Club 9; Student 
Council 10: German Asst 12 

TERRI EYNN KOLCHECK — 
GAA 9-10; Pats on Parade 9-12; 
Drama Club 12: Naturalists Club 
10-11; Newspaper 12; BB, Ftbl. 
Palnettes 11-12; Student Council 
11-12; Office Messenger 11-12; 
Human Relations 

NORMAN JEAN LACY— GAA 9; 
Liberty Belles 10-11; Musicals II; 
Office Messenger; Jamboree Queen; 
Naturalists Club 9-12 
JOHN FORREST LAKE 



SHARON 1 AMBERG 
SHARON ANN LAWLEY— GAA 
9- Musicals 9; Naturalists Club 12: 
Play 12 

DEBORAH G LEE— Office Mes- 
senger 10; Cheerblock 9 
PATRICK K. LEWALLEN— Pals 
on Parade 12; Marching Band II; 
Yearbook. Ed 10-12; Quill and 
Scroll V.-Pres. 11-12; NHS 11-12. 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
TONA LEWARK— Narimasu High 
School, Tokyo, Japan 10-11 



DEBRA MARIE LEWIS— Con. 

Choir 12; Liberty Belles 10-11; Nat- 
uralists Club 10-12; BB. Ftbl. 
Patnettes, Captain, 10-12; Home- 
coming Queen Candidate, Thespi- 
ans; Yearbook 12 

VICTOR LITSEY— Star Trek Club 
12; German Club 12 
WILLIAM E. LUNDY 
ANG1E LYNCH— Office Messen- 
ger 9-12 
STEVEN MALENDER 




1 14/seniors 




Using their lunch period to study in the senior cafeteria are David 
Fromm, Keith Coleman and David Gatliff. The senior cafeteria 
offers an area where seniors may eat in privacy. It has piped in 



music tuned to a local rock radio station. There is no teacher 
supervision in the cafeteria which has a bulletin board for senior 
announcements. 




RONALD MCBRIDE— Baseball 9- 
12; Basketball 9-12 
DENISE MCDOWELL 
JANET MCDONALD 
BILL G. MCCOY 

K1MBARLEE SUE MCDUFFEE 
—Con. Choir 12; Liberty Belles 11- 
12; Cheerleader 9-12; Student 
Council 12; Homecoming Queen 
Candidate; PE Asst. 11; Drama 
Club 11 



DANIEL PHILLIP MCGINLEY— 

Football 9-12; Wrestling 9-12; Let- 
terman; Baseball 9-10; Football, 
Captain. 9-12 

SHELLEY L MCHUGH— Con. 
Band 9; Naturalists Club 10-12; 
Wind Ensemble 10-11 
THERESA LEE MCMILLAN — 
Con. Choir 12; Liberty Belles 10-11; 
Musicals 11; FTA II; Office Mes- 
senger; Cheerblock 9 
ELAINE MCPHERSON— NHS 11- 
12; Z Club 10-12; Latin Club 9-'^ 
THERESA MCQUADE 



SUSAN ELAINE MARTIN— BB, 
Ftbl Patriettes 11-12; Home Ec 
Asst; German Club 10-12; Natural- 
ists Club 10; Student Council 11-12; 
Cheerblock 9-10 
SHERYL METCALF 
JEAN ANN MEDFORD— Liberty 
Belles 10-11; ICT Club 11-12; Natu- 
ralists Club 10-12; Student Council 
12; Office Messenger 10-12 
TIMOTHY MELLENE— Wrestling 
II 

SANDY L. MILLER— Office Mes- 
senger 10-11; Home Ec. Asst. 



115/seniors 



JAMES E. MILLS 

JAMIE MITCHELL 

JOHN FORD MOYER — Tennis 

12; Orchestra 9; Pats on Parade 10; 

Drama Club 11; Naturlists Club 10- 

12; Newspaper 10-12; Yearbook 

Chief Photographer 10-12; Quill and 

Scroll 11-12; Student Council 9-12; 

Parliamentarian 11-12; Quiz Team 

9-12 

TERRY MULLIS 

MICHAEL L. MURPHY — Mar- 

shallaires 11-12; Con. Choir 9-12; 

Musicals II; Drama 9-12 



DALE MURRAY— Drama Club 
10-12; Intramural Basketball 9; 
Stage Crew 10-12 

JANET NEWELL 
RICHARD NEWELL— Football 9; 
Basketball 9; Baseball 9; DECA 12 
DANIEL L NORDS1ECK — 
Marching Band. Pep Band 9-12 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 9-12 
Brass Choir 9-12; Con. Choir 9-12 
Musicals 9-11; Pats on Parade 9-12 
German Club 11-12; NHS V.-Pres 
11-12; Baseball 9; Thespians 
KEVIN NORTON 



JEFF OOLEY 

CHRISTOPHER R. ORCUTT— 

Football 9; Spelunking 9-12; ROTC 

9-12; Drill Team; Color Guard; 

Intramural Rifle Team 

CRAIG PARMELEE 

MARY PARROTT— French Club 

9; Cheerblock 9 

KENNETH PASCHALL 



JOHN PATTON — Track 9-11; 
Wrestling 9; Spelunking Club 9-12; 
Naturalists Club 10-12; German 
Club 9-11; ROTC 9-12; Drill Team 
Color Guard 

MARIO PERDUE — Pats on 
Parade; 10-11; Naturalists Club 9- 
12; Newspaper 11-12; Yearbook II- 
12; Intramural Basketball 10; Star 
Trek Captain 
MELISSA PFEUFFER 
COLLEEN ELIZABETH PHIL- 
LIPS— Office Messenger 10-11; 
Cheerblock 9; Future Nurses of 
America 12 
SANDY SUE PIERS 



DAVID PONTO 

ED POWERS 

DIANE RAY— Student Council 

DECA 12; Cheerblock 9 

DONNA REED 

MIKE RETHERFORD 



KATHRYN GAIL ROBERTS — 
GAA 9; Naturalists Club 10-12; 
Student Council 10; Office Messen- 
ger II; Cheerblock 9 
ROBERT RODEWALD 
KATHY ROGERS — Pats on 
Parade II; Spelunking 9; Natural- 
ists 10; Newspaper. Ed. 11-12; Quill 
and Scroll, Sec, 11-12; NHS 12; 
Student Council 9-12; News Bureau 
12; Senior Class Treasurer; Home- 
coming Queen Candidate 
ROBERT G. ROGERS 
MICKI ROGIER 




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1 16/seniors 




BARBARA ROSE — Naturalists 

Club 10-11; Zoology Asst. 10-11; 

Bowling Club 10 

RON ROSS— Citation in Biology; 

Naturalists Club 10-12 

V1CKI RUTLEDGE 

MARK ST CLAIR— Con. Choir 9- 

12; Pep. Marching Band 9-12 

FRANC1NE SALAVON— Office 

Messenger 9-12; Gymnastics Club 

II; Student Council 11-12 



KIRK SANTO 

TERRI SCHLIMGEN — Drama 
Club 12; Naturalists Club, V.-Pres 
10-12; German Club 10; Office 
Messenger 10; Cheerblock 9; Biol- 
ogy. Zoology Asst. 
TERESA SCHROER— GAA 9; BB 
Patnettes 11-12; Student Council 
II; Office Messenger 11-12; Cheer- 
block 9 

VICKIE SCHWARTZ 
BARBARA SEEGEL— Naturalists 
Club II; Office Messenger 12; Biol- 
ogy Asst. II; Bowling Club 12; 
Cheerblock 1 1 



REBECCA LYNN SEXTON— Lib- 
erty Belles II; Musicals II; Office 
Messenger 11-12; Naturalists Club 
11 

JANET SHEEHAN— History Club 
10; Library Asst. 9-12; Switchboard 
12 

JANET SHANKS— NHS 11-12; Z 
Club 10-12; NMSQT Award 
DAVID SHEPARD 
THERESA SHIELDS— Naturalists 
Club 10-12; Office Messenger 9-12; 
English Asst. 



DAVID SINNETT 
JOSEPH SINNETT— Pep Band. 
Marching Band 9-12 
MICHAEL SIPES— PE Asst.; Foot- 
ball 9-12; Wrestling 9; Star Trek 
Club 12; Baseball 9-11; Intramural 
Basketball 9-11; 
DEBORAH SKEEL 
CANDY SKIRVIN 



PAMELA SKIRVIN 
ELAINE SMITH— Office Messen- 
ger 11-12; DECA, Secretary 12 
GAIL SMITH— Office Messenger 
10 

GLENDA SMITH 
GORDON SMITH — Drama Club 
11; Naturalists Club 10-11; German 
Club 10; ROTC9-I2 



PAUL SMITH 

RHETT SMITH— Office Messenger 
9; Intramural Basketball 10; Natu- 
ralists Club 1 1 

ROBERT SMITH— Science Asst. 
11-12; Naturalists Club 10-12 
GARY SNYDER — Spelunking 
Club 9; ROTC 9-12; ROTC Asst. 
11-12; Battalion, Drill Team, Color 
Guard Commander; Indpls News 
Commandants Medal 
ALEX SOKOLEK 



1 17/seniors 



MARY JANE STERRETT— Pats 
on Parade 9-12; Musicals 9; Cheer- 
block 9; Thespians 11-12; Play 12; 
Drama Club 10-11; Con. Club 9-12 
RUTH STEADMAN — Pats on 
Parade 11-12; BB, Ftbl Patnettes, 
Captain, 10-12; Student Council, 
Secretary 10-12; Biology Asst. 10; 
Thespian 11-12; Homecoming 
Queen Candidate 
LINDA STOUGH 
JANE STRACK— Naturalists Club 
10-12; NHS 11-12; Z Club 11-12; 
Science Asst. 
KERRI SWEM 



BRIAN TALCOTT— Naturalists 
Club 10-12; Track 9; Science Asst. 
12; Bowling Club 12 
PAMELA TARKINGTON 
FRED TAYLOR— ICT Club 12; 
Office Messenger 9-10 
TERESA MANNING TEEPEE— 
Con. Choir 11-12; Liberty Belles 10- 
12; Office Messenger 12; Cheer- 
block 9 

SUZANNE TEVAULT— Lab Asst. 
12; Cheerblock 12; GAA 9-10; Lib- 
erty Belles 10-11; Naturalists Club 
10-12; Spanish Club, Pres, 11; 
Musical II 



GARY E. THOMERSON — Pep, 
Marching, Concert Band 9-12; Pats 
on Parade 10-12; Drum Major; 
Orchestra 10, 12; Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 9-12 

THOMAS TOMPKINS— Baseball 
9-12; DECA 12; Naturalists Club 9- 
12; Ftbl 9 
DANIEL TIPPIT 

VICKI TUTTLE— GAA 9-10; Nat- 
uralists Club 9-12; French Club 9- 
10; Girls Basketball 9, Cheerblock 
9-10 

TERRY TWIGG— FTA 10; Ger- 
man Club 9-10; ROTC 9-12; Bri- 
gade Staff 12; Company. Battalion 
Commander 11-12; Drill Team 9- 
12; Color Guard 10-11 



JERRY VAUGHN 
JOSPEH VINCEL— ROTC 9-12; 
Office Messenger 10; ROTC Asst. 
10-12; Police Explorer Club 12; Bat- 
talion Staff 11-12; Rifle Team 10- 
12; Aero Space 11-12 
JACKIE VOLZ 

DAVID WALKER — Spelunking 
Club 9; Office Messenger 10; Bowl- 
ing Club 10-12; Intramural Basket- 
ball 9 

VICKIE WALKER— Con. Choir 
11-12; Liberty Belles 10 



JANA WALLS— ICT Club 12; Nat- 
uralists Club 11-12; Health Careers 
Club, Pres. 10-11; Human Relations 
Council, Student Council 9-11; 
Nurse Asst. 9-11; Art Club 9-10; 
Spelunking Club 9 
CONNIE WALTERS 
PEGGY WALTERS— Office Mes- 
senger 9-11; DECA 12; Cheerblock 
9 

CAROL WATSON— GAA 9; Ger- 
man Club 9; Student Council 9-11; 
Office Messenger 9-11; DECA, V.- 
Pres. 12 

DONALD WEAVER— Con. Choir 
9-12; Marshallaires 10-12; Musicals 
9-12; Pats on Parade 9-12; Chess 
Club 9; NHS 11-12; Intramural 
Basketball 9, Football 9-11 



PAULA WEAVER— Office Mes- 
senger 1 1 
NANCY WEIR 
ROBERT WESTERFIELD 
LENNY WILLAN— Bowling Club 
10-12; Naturalists Club 10-12; Cross 
Country 1 1; Spelunking Club 10 
JEFF WILLIAMS 




118/seniors 




ELIZABETH WINTERS— Switch- 
board II. English Asst 12; Student 
Council II, 

BRENT WOODY — Pep Band 9-12; 
Marching Band 9-11, Band Asst, 
11-12; Student Council II; Pats on 
Parade 9-12; Naturalists Club 11-12 
DAVID WRAY 
JOHN WRIGHT 
RENEE WRIGHT 



EVA ZIEGEL— German Club II; 
NHS 11-12; Z Club 11-12; Library 
Asst. 9-11; Salutatonan 
VICKIE ZIMMERMAN 



Seniors 


BARBARA CUPP 
MARK ELLISON 
CHRISTINE EWRY 


January Graduates 




JOSEPH PA UL FR YE 


RANDY AMOS 




RANDY NEIL GIBSON 


SALLY ASH BROOKE 


DAN NORDSIECK 


ALAN D. GLVFF 


SHERRYL BARTHOLOMEW 


VALEDICTORIAN 


CHARISSA HARPER 


MICHAEL BELCHER 


EVA ZIEGEL 


DEBRA HICKS 


MARK BENNETT 


SALUTATORIAN 


MARK THOMAS HODGE 


DIANE BROWN 


ELAINE MCPHERSON 


JAMES ALLEN HOOD 


NANCY BURG IN 


CAROL EDWARDS 


BRENDA K1ELBLOCK 


PA TRICIA KA YE COLLINS 


LYNNE CORY 


MICHAEL LA I SURE 


MIKE CRONEY 


DEBORAH JARCHOW 


WILLIAM LETT 


ROXANNA CUNNINGS 


JANE ST RACK 


KAREN LUCAS 


BARBARA CUPP 


JANET SHANKS 


STEVEN MCKIM 


DEBORAH EDWARDS 


STEPHEN HALL 


PEGGY METSKER 


SANDRA EDWARDS 


PATRICK LEW ALLEN 


MICHAEL MORMAN 


PATRICIA GOLDEN 




GREGOR Y MURRA Y 


MICHAEL GREGORY 




PAUL PADRO 


GARY HAAG 


Several seniors failed to have 


GARY PARKS 


DIAN HARMON 


senior portraits taken in time 


KEITH PASCHALL 


LINDA HUMPHREY 


for them to appear in the 1973 


VICKIE L YNN PA TON 


SHELLEY JENNINGS 


Marhiscian; however, we would 


SANDRA PEEL 


RICK KID WELL 


like to recognize them as mem- 
bers of the 1973 graduating 


DIANE RICHARDSON 
GERALD SCHULL 
CARL SMITH 


DENIS E MCDOWELL 
GREG MCPHERSON 
TERESA MANNING 


class. 


RONALD SNYDE 


SANDY MILLER 




EDWARD TAYLOR 


KEN NET HA PASCHALL 




RONALD TURNER 


VICKIE LYNN PA TTON 


BILLY GEORGE BRASWLL 


ROBBIE RA Y WEBB 


DIANA RA Y 


DIAN BROWN 


CHARLES WELTHOELTER 


KATHY ROBERTS 


FRANCES LYNN CARVER 


ROBERT W ESS EL 


RONALD SYNDEE 


JEFFR EY L YNN CHA PMA N 


DEBRA WHITE 


NANCY CAROL WATSON 


PA TRICIA KA YE COLLINS 


RONNIE WHITTLE 


ROBERT W ESS EL 


JAMES COOK 


IRA WILLIAMS 


ELIZABETH WINTERS 



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Juniors 



JUNIORS 
PLACE FIRST 
IN 1972 
HOMECOMING 

*Who makes those 
crazy Otis contest 
announcements on 
the intercom? What 
is an Otis? 9 



Looking back and wondering 
where the past three years have 
gone, the juniors eagerly await 
their chance to become the Senior 
Class. 

The Junior Class was repre- 
sented in a variety of activities and 
played a large part in Varsity and 
Junior Varsity sports. Activities 
included a first place Homecoming 
float, band, Student Council, 
cheerleaders and Patriettes. 

What started out to be the aver- 
age freshman class in 1970 startled 
the student body by becoming the 
first Marshall football champs, 
though at frosh level. The athletes 
of the Class of "74" have pushed 
their way into half of both the var- 
sity football and basketball teams. 

Through the year the juniors 
were aided by Mr. Donald Austin, 
who helped shape programs and 
counsel. 



-Suzanne Messersmith 




ABOVE: Junior Mark Moyer runs 
to keep in shape during the track 
season. BELOW: Taking U.S. His- 
tory as a junior is a tradition at 
Marshall — and a state requirement. 




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Christia Adams 
Karen Adams 
Thomas Adams 
Morris Allen 
Sheena Allen 
Bennie Anderson 
George Anderson 
Mark Arnold 
Sarah Askren 

Robert Austin 
Steve Bateman 
Wes Bartels 
Tom Bartlett 
Judy Bedwell 
Kathy Begley 
Judy Benge 
Sheri Benham 
Camille Bennett 

Sandra Bernard 
Debbie Berry 
Alfred Black 
Diane Blackwell 
Roy Blakeburn 
Marc Blaydoe 
Eddie Blunt 
Rita Bock 
Jennie Bocock 



Robin Bonebrake 
Mike Bonham 
Pat Bonham 
Gloria Bouchonnet 
Linda Boughton 
Eugena Bow 
Alan Bowlby 
Howard Bowling 
Steve Bowman 

Kathy Boyd 
Bill Boyer 
Bob Bradshaw 
Vicki Bradshaw 
Donna Braun 
Mike Bridgins 
Karen Bright 
Chris Britton 
Lester Britton 

James Brooks 
Julie Brown 
Keith Brown 
Tom Brown 
Ted Browne 
David Browning 
Paggy Bruce 
Shirley Bryant 
Slyvester Buis 

Laury Buis 
Linda Bumpus 
John Bunce 
Ivan Bunes 
Karen Burcham 
Jan Burleson 
Dan Burnelle 
Julie Burris 
Susie Burris 

Dennis Burtner 
Violet Bush 
Jeff Buttrum 
Arlesa Byrd 
Kathy Byrd 
Renee Byrd 
Mark Campbell 
Steve Campbell 
Lila Carney 

Janice Cash 
June Cash 
Roy Castle 
Linda Castledine 
Darlene Cecil 
Bruce Center 
Ray Cheatham 
Greg Cheslyn 
Bill Chestnutt 



121 /juniors 



It's the real thing. 



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After an exciting basketball game, Debbie 
Lewis and Ronnie Gentry, treat themselves 
to a Coke. It's the real thing. 




Duane Chnstmon 
Cindy Clark 
Ron Clark 
Jerry Claspell 
James Clawson 
Harold Cleaver 
Rick Clements 
Rocky Clements 
David Clemenz 

Robert Cleveland 
Denise Clodfelter 
Jenny Clouse 
Autumn Cluggish 
Dan Cline 
Connie Coapstick 
Denny Cole 
Darrell Coleman 
Paul Collins 









122/juniors 




Frances Colon 
Sara Conley 
Doug Conner 
Bernie Cooper 
Dean Cooper 
David Copp 
Michelle Corliss 
Mike Corne 
Ronna Copas 

Ed Cottrell 
Johnny Cox 
Pam Cox 
John Crabtree 
Terri Craig 
Cindy Crawley 
Mary Crenshaw 
Patty Crawley 
David Cnswell 

Stephanie Crutcher 
Nora Cydrus 
David Dabney 
Mike Daurelle 
Jonni Davenport 
Mark Davidson 
Terry Davidson 
Larry Decatur 
David Dehaven 

Jerry Dibbern 
Paul Dickerson 
Don Dillard 
Jim Doan 
Debbie Doerr 
John Dunn 
Donna Douglas 
Annie Easier 
David Edwards 

Diane Edwards 
Bill Effinger 
Jeff Eisinger 
John Elkins 
Chris Ellott 
Marsha Ellison 
Beth Ely 
Pam Emrick 
Mike England 

Eric Enochs 
Erlean Estep 
Mike Estrada 
Ronnie Evans 
Dianne Felder 
Chris Fields 
Jeff Fisher 
Duane Ford 
Greg Ford 

Debbie Foreman 
Mike Foreman 
Chris Fox 
Sam Fox 
David Franklin 
Bob Fravel 
Arnold Freeman 
Bonnie Fuller 
Debbie Fultz 

Marilyn Garvey 
Mike Gavin 
Bill Gebby 
Bob Gebhart 
Dave Gentry 
Pam Geyer 
Francis Gibson 
Brenda Gilliam 
Jeff Gilliand 

John GUlard 
Kenny Ginger 
David Giaspie 
Mike Glotfelty 
Ellen Gloye 
Mark Goar 
Pam Goodman 
Bill Graetz 
Steve Green 



123 /juniors 




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124/juniors 




Rick Gregory 
Rob Gregory 
Monica Grimes 
Sherry Grubaugh 
Virginia Gulley 
Ardith Gutzmer 
Alma Hagoods 
Jenny Hall 
Mike Hamilton 

Diane Harden 
Clayton Hardy 
Dan Harlan 
Melanie Harris 
Rick Harris 
Debby Hartman 
Diane Hassos 
Lee Hatcher 
Vickie Haymaker 

Becky Haywood 
Sharon Heady 
Joe Hench 
Kathy Heiman 
Jim Herrin 
Mark Hess 
Rick Hicks 
Terry Hochgesang 
Janet Hohenbeger 

Mike Holden 
Garry Hollonquest 
Melissa Holmes 
John Hopkins 
Monty Hopkins 
Bruce Horsha 
Karen Hosbein 
Greg Howard 
Sharon Hubbard 



Laverne Hunt 
Dan Hurt 
George Hurt 
Carl Hurhison 
Steve Isaacson 
Marilyn Jamison 
Janet Jearrett 
Kim Jennings 
Carol Jensen 

Calvin Johnson 
LaTonya Johnson 
Lawrence Johnson 
Michelle Johnson 
Vicki Johnson 
Doug Jones 
Tyrone Jones 
Sharon Kafader 
Ray Kane 

Jimmye Sue Keaton 
Debbie Kemp 
Donna Kennard 
Mike Kennedy 
Jim Kimsey 
Sam Kinartail 
Kevin Kindred 
David King 
Mark Kirby 

Karen Kirk 
Rick Kirk 
Kevin Kirkwood 
Dennis Koester 
Pam Kolcheck 
Harold Koons 
Jerry Kuhn 
Peggy Lacy 
James Lee 

Pam Lemaster 
Sheryl Lembecke 
Buffie Leon 
Jackie Lepscum 
Marsha Lessig 
Chris Linder 
Diana Lingenfelter 
Tina Listenberger 
Claude Livesay 



125/juniors 



David Long 
Dee Luttrell 
Lisa Markham 
Dibbie Markey 
Colene Marsh 
David Martin 
Judy Martin 
Mike Martin 
Rick Martin 

Keith Martin 
Dennis Mason 
Herb May 
Mike Mattingly 
Kathy McCarthy 
Steve McCaggrey 
Donna McChristian 
Debbie McCoy 
Randy McCullough 

Cheryl McKinley 
Ben Melaughlin 
Susie McMahan 
Janet Mears 
Perry Meek 
Clyde Meredity 
Suzanne 

Messersmith 
Joe Miller 
Twmon Mills 

Jackie Miner 
Doretha Mitchell 
Jerri Moll 
Cindy Monagham 
Diane Montgomery 
Kevin Montgomery 
Brian Mooney 
Robert Moore 
Robby Moore 





"Who is Otis?" contest was sponsored at Christmas time by the 
Chunkas, a group of junior boys seemingly dedicated to having a 
good time. Pictured on Junior Dress Down Day are Ray Vincel, 



Robby Moore, Jime Totten and Ray Kane. As a doorprize to 
Patriots on Parade, compliments of Otis, Chunkas gave away a 
pound of liver which "was eaten by Betty Crocker on the spot." 



126/juniors 



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The Quiz Team, sponsored by Mr. Robert Craig, had two veteran 
players returning this year, Junior Jim Kimsey and Senior John 
Moyer. The remaining two members and alternate were chosen by 



points. Junior Bill Gebhy, Senior Jean Kane and alternate Judy 
Begines, junior, were chosen. Marshall defeated Pike and Scecina 
teams before a third round loss to Park-Tudor in overtime, 54-60. 




Jerry Morgan 
Mary Morgan 
Wanda Morrow 
Sheri Moss 
Dandra Molder 
Mark Moyer 
Jack Mullins 
Marsha Mullins 
Paula Murray 

Vicki Murray 
Mary Musgrave 
Denise Nahre 
Ricky Neblett 
Mark Neff 
Kathy Nell 
Brad Nestler 
Valenda Newell 
Tanna Noe 

Steve Nokes 
Joe Norton 
Chuck Owen 
Oloa Owens 
Luis Padro 
Don Palmer 
Lucinda Palmer 
Darlene Parnell 
Steve Parrott 

Bill Perkinson 
Deborah Pfeuffer 
Randy Phegley 
Yvonne Phillips 
Carole Pickett 
Patty Pidcock 
Debbie Riro 
Joni Plummer 
Leroy Power 



127/juniors 




It's already tomorrow at RCA! 

In our new Consumer Electronics Design Center here in Indianap- 
olis, we are developing today the product innovations that you 
will be enjoying tomorrow. 

Shown here, for example, is a prototype of what we call the 
Lounge Module, which offers built-in color television for one or 
two viewers, plus FM/AM stereo radio, plus 8-track stereo tape 
equipment, plus the comfort of a lounge chair. 

Futuristic planning such as this is a part of our continuous effort 
to assure that RCA will always bring you the finest in electronic 
home entertainment! 



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128/juniors 




Enrolled in Chemistry I, Junior Debbie 
Doerr checks the heat of her Bunsen bur- 
ner. 




John Prichard 
Jeff Proctor 
Larry Profitt 
Nadine Profitt 
Joe Qualizza 
Ron Ragan 
Jan Ramer 
Charles Ratcliffe 
Jeanne Ray 

Candy Reason 
Terry Reckert 
Michele Redden 
Sherry Reinert 
Susan Remete 
Jeana Reynolds 
Karen Rhodes 
Debbie Richardson 
Sherrill Richeson 

Steve Riding 
Ruth Roark 
Vanessa Robbins 
Jeff Roberts 
Denise Robinson 
Doug Rockel 
Celia Rodriguez 
Sandy Rogier 
Patty Root 



129/juniors 



Ene Runsma 
Mike Salazar 
Cindy Sayles 
Bill Shantz 
Jack Shantz 
Dina Schenk 
Guy Scofield 
Carol Scott 
Lee Ann Scott 

Ron Shaffer 
Barb Shanks 
Tern Shepard 
Kathy Shields 
Robert Shinkle 
Charles Shrontz 
Greg Shull 
Ed Sheer 
Jeff Sloan 

Linda Smith 
Marcella Smith 
Nancy Smith 
Bob Smith 
Sherry Smith 
Tom Smith 
Phil Smith 
Steve Sokolek 
Gary Soloman 

Jim Soots 
Susie Stadler 
Glenda Starling 
Terry Steen 
Becky Steiner 
Jeff Stephens 
Mark Stevens 
Bob Stewart 
George Stigler 





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Shopping for that ideal gift, Mark Combs and Karen Enochs survey 
the vast selection of records at Pearson's Platters. Pearson's Platter 
also carries a wide variety of posters, cards and tapes. 



130/juniors 




Loyal and enthusiastic basketball fans enjoy the ups and downs of 
weekly games between November and March. Particularly exciting 
was the one-point decision over close rival, Arlington, and the 



defeat of previously unbeaten Manual. County power North Cen- 
tral provided several thrills in its four-point win over the Patriot 
team, who lost in the last few seconds. 




Terry Stogsdill 
Jean Street 
Randy Strothmann 
Mike Suhre 
Paul Sulzberger 
Vicki Terry 
Royanne Thames 
Terry Theyssen 
Debby Thomas 

Rick Tichnor 
Jim Totton 
Sheila Trowbridge 
Andy Tucker 
Pam Tuttle 
Dan Uhlenhake 
John Ulam 
Donna Unangst 
Ray Vincel 

Becky Volz 
Bruce Walker 
David Walker 
Jeff Walker 
Debbie Waller 
Dave Walls 
Donna Walker 
Doug Wampler 
Mike Warner 

Joyce Warner 
Becky Weathers 
Eleanor 

Wertenberger 
Steve Weston 
Willy Whatiey 
Donna Wharton 
John White 
Kevin White 
Perry White 



131 /juniors 




Work and humor mix, as Pat Lewallen and Sharon Crowe, co-editors-in-chief of the Marhiscan, survey possible pictures for the 
yearbook. Both are seniors. 



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132/juniors 




Michael Whitehead 
Vicki Whitfield 
Joe Whitesides 
Kathy Whyde 
Pat Wicker 
Jay Wilkerson 
Rick Wildnck 
Jackie Willan 
Carol Williams 

Donna Williams 
David Williams 
Evelyn Williams 
Kevin Williams 
Don Williams 
Roy Williams 
Ron Williams 
Tim Williams 
Greg Wilson 

John Winters 
Tina Wolf 
Roger Wolfe 
Gary Woods 
Richard Worth 
Brenda Wright 
Tim Wright 
Carolyn Yates 
Steve York 



Paula Young 
Mickey Youngs 
Debbie Zang 
Lauren Ziesemer 
Jerry Zimmerman 
Pam Kougl 



Participating in French 5 are Juniors Jan Ramer, Linda Bumpas 
and Barb Shanks. In addition to their regular grammar text, 
advanced French classes have been reading such authors as Mau- 



passant, and such works as "Le Petit Prince," a children's classic 
by Saint-Exupery. Customs and traditions of France are also stud- 
ied for better understanding of the country. 




133/juniors 



Sophomores 



SUMMER 
GIVES SOPHS 
OPPORTUNITY 
TO DRIVE 

*Look at how big 
that bird is, I think 
it has red wing tips. 
Maybe it's an eagle 
or even a Gas 
Hawk.' 



No longer confused with the 
size of John Marshall, the sopho- 
mores become the future leaders 
of the school. Leading the class 
were Counselors George McCool 
and Mrs. Marjorie Christy who 
worked in helping the class 
become involved in school. 

The high point of the year was 
biology. Many sophomores 
enrolled in this class and became 
expert bird watchers and leaf and 
bug collectors. Many attended the 
annual bird trip to Jasper Pulaski. 

Sophomores became active in 
football, basketball, baseball, 
band, cheerleading, student coun- 
cil and other clubs. They will help 
design some of their phase elec- 
tives in the English Department. 

The sophomores started the year 
by taking the Metropolitan 
Achievement Test and by prepar- 
ing a float for homecoming. 

— Suzanne Messersmith 




ABOVE: A majority of sophomores 
take at least one year of typing. 
BELOW: As Biology II plays a 
major role, this sophomore works 
hard to capture insects for his col- 
lection. 




134/sophomores 




Terry Aaron 
Neal Abner 
Sarah Abrams 
Andy Ackles 
Randy Ackles 
Karen Adams 
Larry Adams 
Sharon Adams 
Diana Aguirre 

Gregory Ahrens 
Susan Aitken 
Debra Albertson 
Lori Alburns 
David Alchm 
Joey Alderson 
Janet Alexander 
Myra Allegree 
Bijanka Allen 

Cassandra Allen 
Darrell Allen 
Kevin Allen 
Martha Allen 
Shawn Allen 
Howard Alley 
David Anderson 
Ronald Anderson 
Ed Appleton 

Gabnele Bailey 
Cheryl Baker 
Jim Baker 
Bruce Barclay 
Steve Bartholomew 
Brenda Basso 
Dan Batey 
Eric Bennett 
James Bennett 

Michael Bennett 
Richard Benton 
Patty Beriault 
Tina Billerman 
Cindy Bishop 
Hazel Bishop 
Richard Bishop 
Tim Bittner 
Bill Blanchard 

Randy Blanchard 
Vickie Blaydes 
Lisa Bledsoe 
Patty Blunt 
Ivory Bodelle 
Ron Boggs 
Dennis Bolner 
Steve Boughton 
Mike Bouye 

Anita Bowen 
Sandra Bowser 
Doug Bradford 
Gene Brazil 
Ron Breen 
Bill Brewster 
William Bridgeforth 
Gregory Bridges 
Don Bristow 

James Bristow 
Tina Bristow 
Darlene Britton 
Diane Brock 
Lorraine Brooks 
Brenda Brown 
Dennis Brown 
Don Brown 
Kathy Brown 

Mike Brown 
Mike Brown 
Shelida Brown 
Shirley Brown 
Wanda Brown 
Debbie Browning 
Cindy Budd 
Shirley Budd 
Camellia Buell 



135/sophomores 



Harold Burton 
Terri Butler 
Vickie Byrne 
Bob Cadwell 
Mark Caldwell 
Joey Calhoun 
Luther Calvert 
Debra Campbell 
Steve Canavan 

Richard Carlson 
Larry Carmon 
Bob Carney 
Nadine Carney 
Kevin Carr 
Mary Carter 
Keith Carver 
Sharon Caudill 
Kevin Cecil 

B. Celeste 
Sharon Chambers 
Kevin Cheatham 
Detra Christmon 
Beverly Clark 
Bob Clark 
Vicki Clark 
Chris Clayton 
Harold Cleaver 

Thomas Clelon 
Ronnie Clements 
Margie Cline 
Anthony Cole 
Garry Colledge 
Cheryl Conner 
Bob Conner 
Kris Conover 
Priscilla Cook 

Richard Cook 
Alan Cooper 
Don Copus 
Bob Coulter 
Jack Cowan 
Don Cox 
Gerald Craig 
Lynne Craig 
Carol Crawford 





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Delighted with the flowers she has purchased, 
Liz Ebert pays Terri Kolechek a small price 
compared to the beauty of the flowers which 
can be found at Arlington Flower Shop. 



136/sophomores 



JOHNSON'S TAX SERVICE 




While figuring her taxes, Kim McDuffe found many questions 
she couldn't answer herself. So like many people she went to 
different tax agencies, only to find that Johnson's Tax Service is 



the most reliable firm around. They offer quick service in com- 
pleting your taxes. So be like Kim and take your taxes to John- 
son's Tax Service, 8725 E. 38th Street, phone 898-6788. 




Greg Crawley 
Terry Crawley 
Cheryl Crenshaw 
Janice Cromwell 
Joy Crouch 
Marcia Cullum 
Robin Cunnings 
Wylene Curless 
Robert Curlin 

Terry Dale 
Joe Dalton 
Larry Dalton 
Alyce Dameron 
Carmen Daniels 
Cheryl Daugherty 
Debbie Davenport 
Beth Davidson 
Betty Davis 

Darlene Davis 
Louise Davis 
Marcia Davis 
Mike Davis 
Susan Davis 
Sherry Davison 
Nina Dean 
Donald Decatur 
Greta Deckard 

Mark Decker 
Cindy Degler 
Mike Dennis 
Donna DeVane 
Cheryl Devine 
Ana Diaz 
Jack Dillard 
Debbie Dine 
Linda Dineff 

Ronnie Dineff 
Sherree Dinwiddie 
Patricia Dobbs 
Carl Dodd 
Anne Donaldson 
Katherine Dorris 
Debbie Drake 
Maurice Driver 
Gwen Dudley 



137/sophomores 




Marshall turned back the hands of time to the memories of the fabu- 
lous 50's. The 50's day was one of the ways to boost the morale 
and spirit during Spirit Week December 17 through 22. Mr. Lamb 



and Zoology students were one of the groups to show off their 
"groovy" clothes. Some other groups included the well known 
Chunkas and the Dance Band. 



Rick Duling 
Ken Durham 
Virginia Duvall 
Carlene Dux 
Theresa Dycus 
Diane Dyer 
Teresa Dyer 
Ralph Eddy 
Johnnie Edmunds 

Debbie Edwards 
Mark Edwards 
Arthur Elkins 
Linda Elkins 
Darlene England 
Karen Enochs 
Tim Erickson 
Chan Esther 
Rick Farmer 

Sandra Farmer 
Debra Felder 
Becky Fields 
Elaine Fietcher 
Carol Fischer 
Teresa Fischer 
Candy Fitch 
Cindy Fitzgibbons 
Doug Fleming 

Sue Fleser 
Randy Flory 
Kim Fontana 
Ken Fording 
Leesa Foreman 
Theodore Forte 
Joyce Fowlkes 
Cindy Frost 
Diane Fugit 

Dan Fuhs 
Debbie Fuller 
Frank Gageby 
Adie Gaines 
Jeff Gaither 
Lisa Gavin 
Rick Gayheart 
Mike Gearin 
Robert Gebby 




138/sophomores 




Tina Gentry 
Mike Gentzel 
Jeff George 
Paul George 
Terri Germany 
Susan Geyer 
Don Gholson 
Theodore Gibson 
Tonya Gilkey 

Loretta Gimlich 
Lynn Gleason 
Bob Glenn 
Cary Goar 
Mike Goggins 
Derotha Goodman 
Beth Grant 
Tim Grant 
Charles Green 

David Gregory 
Bonita Griffin 
Barbara Grimes 
Manuel Gutierrez 
Guy Gutzmer 
Keith Hadley 
Diane Haggins 
Beth Hall 
David Hall 

John Hall 
Ron Hall 
Teresa Hall 
Yvonne Hamilton 
Pam Hammond 
Terry Hammond 
Joe Hand 
Rick Hankins 
Scott Harding 

Loretta Harlos 
Steve Harner 
Cheryl Harney 
Joe Harris 
Suzanne Hartell 
Mark Harvey 
Jeff Haskins 
Curtis Hawkins 
Shelley Hawkins 




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Testing out baseball gloves Kevin 
Bouchonnet and Mike Myers think 
of summer fun. Irvington Sports 
Center carries a complete line of 
sporting equipment for summer fun. 



139/sophomores 



Herman Haynes 
Mike Heady 
Terrie Heichelbech 
Vickie Hellmen 
Jan Heman 
Terry Henderson 
Diane Hennessee 
Karen Herr 
Alice Huston 

Charles Hickman 
Joe Hicks 
Terry Hicks 
David Hightshoe 
Larry Hill 
Mary Ann Hill 
Sharline Hinman 
Kenny Hipsher 
Jeff Hirsch 

Robert Hischemiller 
Ed Hobbs 
Tim Hodge 
Rick Hodges 
William Hogue 
Paul Holden 
Greg Hole 
Kevin Holston 
Eric Hopson 

Steve Horste 
Fred Hougland 
Floyd Howard 
Sydner Howard 
Robert Hudson 
David Huff 
Terri Humphrey 
Ronnie Hungerford 
AJyson Huston 

James Hutchinson 
Patrina Hutchinson 
Debbie Inman 
Rick Inskeep 
John Irvine 
Cindy Isaacs 
Susan Israel 
Mike Jackson 
Debbie Jacob 





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Bowling for high scores at North Eastwood Bowl 
is the Marshall bowling league. North Eastwood 
has fine lanes in excellent condition for every 
bowler to roll that high score. 



140/ sophomores 



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Sandy Jarchow 
Judy Jarvis 
Terry Jefferson 
Penny Jeffies 
Donald Johnson 
Ethel Johnson 
Frank Johnson 
Ilene Johnson 
Leslie Johnson 

Margaret Johnson 
Marty Johnson 
Pam Johnson 
Janet Johnston 
Deborah Jones 
Jeff Jones 
Jennifer Jones 
Randy Jones 
Tony Jones 

Jill Jorden 
Kathy Joyce 
Keith Kafader 
John Kantner 
Kim Karaffa 
Judy Kemp 
Anne Kennedy 
Cathy Kennedy 
Doug Kerr 

Ken Kertesz 
James Keys 
John Kidwell 
Jeff Kinartail 
Mary Kincy 
Sheryl King 
Kim Kingsley 
Pam Kingston 
Kerry Kirkpatrick 

Barbara Kirksey 
Greg Knapp 
Edna Knotts 
Jim Knotts 
Ashley Knox 
Velinda Knox 
Greg Krug 
Dennis Kugler 
Kalah Kuhn 



141 /sophomores 




STOKELY 
VAN CAMP 
GATORADE 



"The Thirst 
Quencher 



9? 



Tom Kuhn 
George Lafever 
Steve Laing 
Veronica Lake 
Paul Lamb 
David Lamberg 
Amanda Land 
Rex Lane 
Mike Lasley 

Pat Lawley 
Kent Lee 
Tim Lee 
Desiree Lehman 
Eva Lepscum 
Toni Lester 
Rosella Lett 
Tim Linder 
Terrie Lindsey 

Bob Lingenfelter 
Paula Locklear 
Phyllis Lockridge 
Mike Logan 
Terry Long 
Denise Lorton 
Dianna Lorton 
Steve Lowler 
Paul Lucas 

Tom Lucas 
Rick Lynch 
Richard Lynch 
Howard Lyons 
Mary Lyons 
Steph Lytal 
Tony Mabry 
Kathy Mackey 
Scott Macy 

Lars Maeland 
Greg Majors 
Steve Manning 
Mike Marks 
Bernard Martin 
Keith Martin 
Ron Martin 
Leticia Martindale 
Darryl Mason 




142/sophomores 




Gary Mathis 
Jim Matthews 
Barbara Mayer 
Richard McAdams 
Johnny McBride 
Scott McCall 
Kathy McCaslin 
Donna McChnstian 
Donna McCord 

Melinda McCoy 
Randy McDowell 
Susie McGaughey 
Geralyn McGill 
Tim McGinley 
Teresa McGow 
David McKinney 
Chuck McPherson 
Kelly McQuade 

Bill Medford 
Steve Mellene 
Phil Melling 
Rita Mendenhall 
James Menis 
Bruce Metsker 
Beth Miller 
George Miller 
Gerald Miller 

Jenny Miller 
Tern Miller 
Bob Mills 
Cindy Mills 
Bill Mitchell 
Jim Mitchell 
Carole Monaghan 
Colleen 

Montgomery 
Cindi Moon 

Bob Mooney 
Charles Moore 
Dennis Moore 
Doug Moore 
Mary Moore 
Joni Morgan 
Kim Moshier 
Karl Mounts 
Kevin Mounts 





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Examining the excellent selection of tools which can be found 
at Liberty Bell is Jay Wilkerson. Jay consults store manager 
Jim Steen as to which size tool he must use for that certain 
job he has waiting at home. 



143 /sophomores 



Molly Mulcahy 
Steve Mullis 
Myra Murray 
Santee Murrell 
Mike Nell 
Diana Nevels 
Carol Newell 
Andy Newman 
Dennis Newman 

Bruce Niemann 
Mike Nolan 
Kathy Wrancher 
Paula Ockley 
Dan O'Conner 
Lisa Ogle 
Paul Oler 
Dan O'Neill 
Karen O'Rear 

Larry Owen 
Doug Owings 
Manuel Padro 
Carolyn Page 
Ken Padgett 
Robin Pagels 
Sean Paff 
Mike Parhamn 
Donna Parker 

Margaret Park 
Kathy Parks 
Jim Patterson 
Niccola Penick 
Mike Pettijohn 
Sherri Perkins 
Greg Perkins 
Julie Perry 
Kevin Perry 

Jenny Phillips 
Larry Pickrell 
Bill Pickett 
Cass Pitcher 
Rod Pittman 
Greg Plant 
Amelia Posley 
Yvonne Potter 
David Price 






"Where Customers 

Send 

Their Friends" 

6 

Convenient 
Locations 



The "Super" Super Markets 



144/ sophomores 




Three sophomores helped the GAA basketball team to its second 
winning season in a row. Team members include Louise Davis, 
sophomore; Angie McGaughey and Mary Musgrave, juniors; 



Kim Karaffa, sophomore; Diana Christensen, freshman; Joni 
Plummer, junior; Brenda Dyke, senior and Sean Paff, sopho- 
more. The team was coached by Ms. Shirley Lambert. 




Spring Price 
Glen Pressel 
Becky Prince 
Frank Puckett 
Kathy Purcell 
Cathy Quesnell 
Vicki Quire 
David Ralston 
Kenny Ranee 

Rick Raney 
Don Ramsey 
Dennis Reardon 
Teri Redmond 
April Reed 
Joyce Reed 
Pam Reed 
Bill Reid 
Evelyn Remete 

Terry Remple 
Kathy Retherford 
Kathy Reynolds 
Mark Rhodes 
Karen Richie 
Mike Rippy 
Steve Risk 
Bambi Rittenhouse 
Barbara Roberts 

Bambi Roberts 
Kathy Robinson 
Kim Robinson 
Tom Robor 
Jim Rodewald 
Dorthy Rodriguiez 
Albert Rogers 
Stewart Rogers 
Sandy Rogers 

Towana Rogers 
Jon Rose 
Rusty Ruby 
Mark Rushton 
Karen Russell 
Debra Ryner 
Laurie Sabourin 
Sharmar Sadler 
Angie Salazer 



145/sophomores 




Showing considerable interest in the Auto Shop's Foreign Sports 
Car Show are several Marshall students. Sophomores, espe- 
cially, took an interest in the show in the Industrial Arts wing 
because many will become licensed drivers within the year. 



Many students got ther experience at summer school which 
begins the week after school is out and continues until the sec- 
ond or third week of August. 



Dennis Salazar 
Sabrina Sallee 
Paul Salvage 
Darian Saterfield 
Sandra Rose 
Vicki Sausser 
Lisa Schantz 
Scott Schlimgen 
Craig Schroer 

Mike Scott 
Selena Scruggs 
Cindy Seabolt 
Julie Seats 
Susan Seegel 
Carol Sears 
Roland Sedam 
Harold Sells 
Lorraine Sexton 

James Shaw 
Debbie Shaffer 
Phillip Shannon 
Jerry Shelton 
Lora Shelton 
Greg Shemwell 
Jeff Shepard 
Richard Shinkle 
Linda Shipp 

Mike Shippoli 
Bob Shuffitt 
David Simmons 
James Simpson 
Larry Sims 
Dan Sinnett 
Rodney Skaggs 
Sandy Skelley 
Mary Sladney 

Rod Slater 
Deanna Sheer 
Claude Smith 
Becky Smith 
Gary Smith 
Kenny Smith 
Kevin Smith 
Larry Smith 
Lynne Smith 




146/sophomores 




Roger Smith 
Stephanie Smith 
Terry Smith 
Tommy Smith 
Willie Smith 
Jennifer Snow 
Christina Sokolek 
Rick South 
James Southern 



Wes Spang 
Tim Spriesterbach 
Eva Stephenson 
Khris Stewart 
Barbara Stimer 
Danny Stockdale 
Don Strathmann 
Diana Stuart 
Terry Stuttle 

Donna Sullivan 
Gary Sulzberger 
Eric Swan 
Cheryl Swann 
Guy Swinford 
Jackie Tarkington 
Isaiah Taylor 
James Taylor 
Sherry Taylor 

Debbie Terry 
Mark Tewell 
Connie Thomas 
Rose Thomas 
Sylvester Thomas 
Victoria Thomas 
Mike Thompson 
Sandy Thompson 
Debbie Thompson 

Karl Thomson 
Elaine Thornton 
Greg Tincher 
Harold Tipton 
Dan Tompkins 
Eloise Toney 
Regina Toran 
Cheryl Tormey 
Jonita Triplet 




SMART 
SHOP 



Esquire Plaza 
Shopping Center 



Trying on just one of the many unique pants suits at 
^ Smart Shop is Mindy Breedlove. The Smart Shop 
has quality clothing for women in all sizes at rea- 
| sonable prices. 



147/sophomores 



Ken Troutman 
Larry Trowbridge 
Jon Trusty 
Mike Turner 
Larry Twigg 
John Tyson 
Al Ublan 
Carmel Ulrey 
Carol Van Cleave 

Richard Van Cleave 
Elaine Vitz 
Greg Walford 
Brad Walker 
Bruce Walker 
Patricia Walker 
Tresia Wall 
Natalie Walls 
Ray Walton 

Bill Wampler 
Barry Ward 
Tim Warner 
Jennifer 

Washington 
Mavis Washington 
Vannette 

Washington 
Melanie Waters 
Keith Watson 
Nila Watson 

Lisa Weathers 
Bill Weaver 
Bryan Weaver 
Theresa Weaver 
Steve Weir 
Connie Weller 
Mary Wells 
John Wenger 
Wanda West 

Gloria Whatley 
Gary Wheatley 
Terri Wheatley 
Jim Wheeler 
Linda Wheeler 
Dean White 
Gene White 
Mary White 
Rhonda White 

Rodney Whitfield 
Janet Whitis 
Delbert Whitney 
Marsha Whittle 
Tina Wilkie 
Erica Williams 
Frank Williams 
Joyce Williams 
Rimmie Williams 

Kristen Williams 
John Wilson 
Robert Wilson 
Brian Wininger 
Michael Winters 
Michael Wilkerson 
Kirk Woodcock 
Connie Woodfork 
Bill Worley 

Julie Worrell 
Joe Wright 
Randy Wright 
Ruth Yates 
Debbie Young 
Donald Young 
Roger Young 
Ross Youngs 
Patty Zoller 



Terry Gill 
Cindy Vorek 



mam ______ 




148/sophomores 



JIM'S BARBER SHOP 





Excited by the thought of again having short hair, Larry Jahnke 
stops in at Jim's Barber Shop. 



Feeling a thousand times better, Larry will always recommend 
the good services which can be found at Jim's. 




SPEAKING 

OF 

SPORTS 

3837 N. Mitthoefler 
897-7777 



Playing umpire in conjunction with being the catcher, Liz Ebert 
protects herself from the wild swing of Terri Kolcheck by using 
quality baseball equipment from Speaking of Sports. Speaking 
of Sports offers unique Marshall t-shirts and jackets. 



149/sophomores 



Freshmen 



FRESHMEN 
ENROLLMENT 
HITS 700 
FOR RECORD 

'Don 9 t give me 
that third floor 
jazz or that 
elevator ticket 
story! No dude's 
gonna get me lost. 9 



With total enrollment over 700, 
the freshmen class remained the 
largest at Marshall. From the first 
day, the freshmen learned that 
high school life was going to be 
different from grade school life. 
Orientation classes were set up to 
improve reading skills and to plan 
a four-year program. Other classes 
were offered to meet the individu- 
al's academic needs. 

The freshmen became involved 
in activities both in school and out 
of school. Many boys participated 
in football, basketball, wrestling, 
track and baseball. Freshmen girls 
were active in GAA, cheerleading, 
cheer-block and musical groups. 
Some were involved in Student 
Council, in marching band and in 
preparing a Homecoming float. 

Throughout the year the fresh- 
men were aided by Counselors 
Mr. Benjamin Sanders and Ms. 
Marjorie Christy. Their job was to 
assist in class scheduling and to 
make plans for the future. 

— Suzanne Messersmith 




ABOVE: Studying in the reading 
lab to improve their reading skills 
are several freshmen. BELOW: As a 
part of every freshman's life, physi- 
cal education plays an important 
role. 




150/freshmen 




Gilbert Abbott 
Kathy Abbott 
Mike Abrams 
Brenda Adams 
Cindy Adams 
Gary Adams 
Cathy Agee 
Anne Aitken 
Mike Akles 

Tanya Akpabio 
Cindy Alandt 
Sandra Alandt 
Daryl Allegree 
Gloria Allen 
Diane Anderson 
Greg Anderson 
Rebecca Anderson 
Vickie AnH*»rson 

Mike Anslow 
Kim Archie 
Linda Arnold 
Robert Arnold 
Janice Ashbrooke 
Marabeth Bailey 
Bill Baker 
Bob Baker 
Mike Baker 

Cheryl Baldwin 
Steve Bales 
Carol Bandy 
Ruth Banndy 
Ricky Banks 
Vicki Barentine 
Marvin Barnett 
Pierre Barnett 
Wayne Bartels 

James Baughman 
Donna Bays 
Matt Beetem 
Dexter Begines 
Cindy Beinburg 
Kendal Bennet 
Jim Bennett 
Linda Benson 
Scott Bigham 

Tony Billerman 
Tamra Bittner 
Sandy Black 
Rickie Blackburn 
Brad Blakeslee 
Danny Blakley 
Debbie Blarney 
Sue Blanchard 
Judy Bland 

Corann Blaydoe 
Delvin Bock 
Mike Bocock 
Raymond Bond 
Dan Bonham 
Scott Booth 
Mike Bordenkircher 
Karen Bouchonnet 
Kevin Bouchonnet 

Kevin Bouye 
Jack Bow 
Robin Bowman 
Diana Bradford 
John Braswell 
Stan Breeden 
Mindy Breedlove 
Bob Brewer 
Barbara Bridgeforth 

Jeff Bridges 
Bill Brill 
Ken Bnstow 
Dwight Broadus 
Bob Brooks 
Kathaleen Brooks 
Marcia Brooks 
Debbie Brown 
Tony Brown 



151 /freshmen 



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Ronnie Browning 
David Brunelle 
Carol Brunnworth 
Vanessa Bryant 
Pam Buckallew 
Brian Bucy 
Jerry Buell 
Debra Bullock 
Jerry Bullock 

Ellen Bultman 
Tom Bumpas 
Brenda Burdette 
Jance Burris 
Carmen Busto 
John Buttram 
David Byerly 
Kevin Byrd 
Debbie Campbell 

James Campbell 
Tina Campbell 
Marcia Cannedy 
Vickey Canter 
Tom Carder 
Julie Carpenter 
Diane Carroll 
Margaret Carson 
Anton Carter 

Tina Carver 
Bob Casey 
Anita Cathcart 
Mitchel Caudill 
Becky Center 
Diana Chamberlain 
Larry Chambers 
Shirley Chaney 
Kevin Childress 

Dianna Christensen 
Carl Ciechanowicz 
Darrell Clark 
Jerry Clark 
Carol Clawson 
Jim Clements 
Robin Clevenger 
Sharon Clough 
Matt Cluggish 




152/freshmen 




Delores Coe 
Rick Cohrs 
Patricia Cole 
Sandra Cole 
Deidra Coleman 
Rhett Coles 
Gina Collins 
Gwen Collins 
Mike Collins 

Christina Colon 
Mike Conner 
Kelly Cookerly 
Ronda Copass 
Jeanne Copp 
Patricia Copus 
Linda Cornelius 
Richie Cottrell 
Cheryl Cox 

Jeff Cox 
Kevin Cox 
Mark Cox 
Miles Craig 
Brian Crawford 
Debbie Crawley 
Jeff Crawley 
Julie Crieg 
Donold Cnswell 

Mark Crockett 
Pam Croft 
Jacquie Curran 
Mark Curran 
Donald Dailey 
Bill Dalton 
Gregory Daniels 
Kevin Davenport 
Carol Davis 

Hank Davis 
Terry Davis 
Lisa Daye 
Kim Deer 
Jerry Dehaven 
Steve Dennis 
Donna Detzler 
Doug Devine 
David Dickey 

Gary Dillahay 
Mike Dilley 
David Dixon 
Everett Dixon 
Rodney Dorsey 
Donna Downton 
Kathy Drake 
Bob Duncan 
Jeff Duncan 

Sharon Dyer 
Sylvia Ealy 
Gary Eaton 
Steve Ebert 
Girrard Edison 
Rodney Edmonds 
Aleatha Edmondson 
Debbie Edwards 
Mark Edwards 

Scott Eggman 
Jennie Elliot 
David Ellis 
Paula Ellison 
Karen Emery 
Floyd Endsley 
Denise England 
Linda England 
Leora Estrada 

Brenda Evans 
Kevin Evans 
Tim Evans 
Tullie Evans 
Earl Ewers 
Bill Fanning 
Michele Fauekner 
Dennis Ficker 
Debbie Fillenwarth 



153/freshmen 



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Charna Finegold 
Jim Fitch 
Mike Flagin 
Doug Fleming 
Larry Floyd 
Uwe Flynn 
Gary Folkas 
Walter Foreman 
Diane Franklin 

Vickie Fuqua 
Anthony Gaines 
Lauren Gaizat 
Beth Gallagher 
Roger Gambill 
Cheryl Garrett 
Robert Garvey 
Stephanie Garvey 
John Gatline 

Tammy Gayhed 
Michele Gentzel 
Virginia Gesinger 
Mary Gladny 
Chris Glass 
Jeffy Glotfelt 
Kevin Goffinet 
Derotha Goodman 
Lena Goodman 

Mark Golden 
Steve Grant 
Doris Graves 
David Gray 
Patricia Gray 
Mike Green 
Vickie Green 
Patrick Gregory 
Tim Grinstead 

David Groves 
Becky Grubaugh 
David Gruber 
Kenneth Hallam 
Robin Ham 
Jeff Hammond 
Joani Hand 
Penny Hargrove 
Rouke Harper 





Interstate 
Studios 

Bob Kubik 

3711 N. 
Sherman 

547-8341 
Quality Photos 



154/freshmen 



KOCH NEWS 
COMPANY 



2120 S. Meridian 
786-1488 



'Quality's Best 
in Paperback' 



Looking for just the right book to read is 
Jennie Elliott. Jennie has a hard time 
making her selection from all of the fine 
quality paperbacks found at Koch News. 





Mark Harden 
Twila Harlos 
Jill Harlow 
Patricia Harris 
James Harris 
Delores Harrison 
Eddie Harrison 
Elizabeth Hartley 
Charla Hash 

Reggie Hatcher 
Pat Hawkins 
Gail Hayes 
Kevin Healy 
Bob Heman 
Kristina Hemelgarn 
John Henry 
Sherry Henry 
Teresa Hibbert 

Velinda Highsaw 
Richard Hill 
Shirley Hochgesang 
Stephanie Hodge 
Debbie Hodges 
Fernando Hodges 
Cira Hodson 
Andrew Hohenberger 
Susan Holden 

Angela Holder 
Rick Holder 
Tom Hood 
Robert Hopkins 
Tom Hopkins 
Mike Horton 
Tom Hosbein 
Linda Houch 
Kim Howard 



155/freshmen 



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you'll ever need is 

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10050 East 38th Street 
Steve Spacke, Manager 



AFNB 



American Fletcher 
National Bank 



Member FDIC 



Nancy Howard 
Sheena Howard 
Mike Huff 
Shelly Huffman 
Brenda Hughett 
Eddie Humphrey 
Robin Hungerford 
Becky Hunt 
Beth Hunt 

Tony Hutchinson 
Bart Inlow 
Tim Inskeep 
Sharon Jackson 
Vickie Jacob 
Cathy Jacobson 
Lorie Jacobson 
Lloyd James 
Doug Jarvis 

Chris Jennings 
Derek Jennings 
Tina Jennings 
Debbie Johnson 
Debbie Johnson 
Denita Johnson 
Elroy Johnson 
Greg Johnson 
Larry Johnson 

Lena Johnson 
Sherri Johnson 
Terri Johnson 
Tina Johnson 
Becky Jones 
Darrell Jones 
Darell Jones 
Doug Jones 
George Jones 




156/freshmen 




Randall Jones 
Robert Jones 
Sharon Jones 
Tina Jones 
Jennifer Joyce 
Debbie Judd 
Jim Justice 
Rhonda Justus 
Mary Kain 

Vickie Kalal 
Kevin Keith 
Karen Kennedy 
Joni Kertesz 
Velaina Keys 
Thomas Kielblock 
Cristy Kimble 
Cheryl King 
Kim King 

Kelh Kingsley 
Randy Kingston 
Pam Kirby 
Pam Kitchens 
Judy Kelcheck 
Amy Kougl 
Debbie Kouns 
Kimberly Krug 
Tim Kugler 

Kim Kutchise 
Lena Lake 
Scott Lakin 
Michelle Lalle 
Glenna Lamberg 
Tony Langford 
Charles Langwell 
Andy Laubsher 
Crystal Lee 

Teresa Lee 
Tammie Lemaster 
Eddie Lembcke 
Ken Lepscum 
Bob Lessig 
Cheryl Lester 
Rick Lett 
Steve Levine 
Doug Lewis 

Patty Lillicotch 
Teresa Linkas 
Don Livesay 
Evelyn Lloyd 
Toby Lockhart 
Linda Lockridge 
Pam Logan 
Terry Lolla 
Jeff Long 

Vivian Long 
Tom Lott 
Frank Louroutich 
Sharon Love 
Isaac Lumpkin 
Laura Lynch 
Art Mabry 
Terri Mabry 
Mike Malone 

Mike Maple 
Greg Mansfield 
Debbie Marley 
Althea Marley 
Christina Martin 
Dan Martin 
Mary Martin 
Randy Martin 
Pam Maryer 

Vickie Mathes 
Kevin May 
Peter Mayfield 
Linda McCaffrey 
Sharon McCaffrey 
Donna McCall 
Lauren McCarthy 
Marsha McCoy 
April McCullough 



157/freshmen 



George McEwen 
Gigi McCarr 
James McGow 
Erin McManaman 
Mike McMillan 
Mike McPherson 
Carol Mears 
Herb Medcalf 
Martin Medley 

Kathy Messersmith 
Les Miller 
Louis Miller 
Marcia Miller 
Pat Milligan 
Twyonon Mills 
Beulah Minor 
Monica Mitcham 
Dennis Mitchell 

Willie Montgomery 
Karen Moody 
Marcia Moon 
Gary Moore 
Randy Moore 
Mark Morales 
Andy Moran 
Don Morgan 
Joan Morgan 

Julie Morgan 
Phyllis Morgan 
Roy Morman 
Julia Morris 
Kathy Morris 
Liz Morris 
Lewis Moss 
Pam Moss 
Bill Mullins 

Paul Mullins 
Selton Mullins 
Daryl Murray 
Barbara Murry 
John Myers 
Mike Myers 
Linda Myricks 
Debra Neal 
Darrell Neblett 





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7448 Pendleton Pike 
545-2338 

"Drive a Datsun 
then Decide" 



Wishing he was the owner of the keys to 
this 73 Datsun, Jay Wilkerson invites 
Debbie Johnson to ride along as he takes 
a test drive. 



158/freshmen 



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Class Rings • Graduation 

Announcements • Awards 

Caps and Gowns • Diplomas 

Club Pins 



1411 North Capital 

Indianapolis, 

Indiana, 46202 



Official Jewelers and 

Stationers to the Patriots 

Mr. George Craven, 

John Marshall Representative 




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"Say it with flowers" 8606 Pendleton Pike 




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Marty Neville 
Patricia Newell 
Gwen Nhele 
Darlene Nickleson 
Ron Nix 
Vickie Nokes 
Mike Norns 
Sandi Nostrand 
Sandy Novothy 

Denise Nowosielski 
Rick Nuttall 
Dave O'Connor 
Richard O'Haver 
David Oliver 
Doug Opel 
Kathy O'Rear 
Will Ott 
Brad Oufmann 

Geneva Page 
Kim Page 
Kelly Pagels 
Don Parham 
Kathy Park 
Lester Parker 
Mike Parker 
Feiicia Parson 
Steve Parys 

Lutricia Patterson 
Anthony 

Pennybanker 
Andre Perdue 
Mike Pfeifer 
Michelle Pfeuffer 
Darrell Phillips 
Rick Phillips 
Patty Pickett 
Cathy Pierson 



159/freshmen 




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Phone- 283-5544 



Paula's Studio 
3905 Washington 



Sharon Crowe 




160/freshmen 




Lori Perfidio 
Patricia Pigman 
Janice Pillow 
Debbie Powell 
Thomas Powell 
Tom Preston 
Cathy Prewitt 
Brian Price 
Shirley Pride 

Tab Prince 
Doug Proffitt 
David Puckett 
David Pursell 
Crystal Quarles 
Christy Quesnell 
Borka Radovanovich 
Rhonda Ragan 
Mike Ray 

Mike Redden 
Bob Reed 
Jenny Retherford 
Tyrone Reynolds 
Melanie Rhodes 
Shannon Rifner 
Jack Roberts 
Deana Robinson 
Jim Robinson 

Kathy Robinson 
Ann Rogers 
Kim Rogers 
Peggy Rogers 
Mary Rogier 
Bryant Ross 
Terry Rowe 
Carol Ruby 
Rhonda Rushton 

Brenda Russell 
Debbie Russell 
Kevin Ryan 
Harold Salvage 
Keith Santo 
Sherry Savage 
Derrick Sayles 
James Scanlom 
Kim Shantz 




W. T. Grants 

North Eastwood Shopping 
Center 

"The More for 

Your 
Money Store" 

Mon.-Sat. 9:30-9:30 
Sun. 11:00-6:00 



Filling the sack with fine products sold by 
Grants is Jackie Lepscum. Jackie is a jun- 
ior and encourages Patriots to shop at 
Grants. 






161 /freshmen 



Mike Schaub 
Monica Schluge 
Don Schroeder 
Valerie Scott 
William Scott 
Tim Sering 
Joann Shanks 
Thomas Shannon 
Alicia Sharkey 

John Shaw 
Darlene Shelton 
Marlene Shelton 
Jordie Sherrial 
Karin Shields 
Nora Shinkle 
Vicki Shipp 
Debbie Shockency 
Jim Shockency 

Mark Shriver 
Richard Shuffitt 
David Sicking 
Ricky Sims 
Linda Skelley 
Bob Sheer 
Nathan Slinker 
Debbie Sluss 
Anita Smith 

Beverly Smith 
Becky Smith 
Bill Smith 
Debbie Smith 
Gregg Smith 
Joyce Smith 
Keith Smith 
Lynette Smith 
Ron Smith 

Stephanie Smith 
Terry Smith 
Valerie Smith 
William Smith 
Marsha Snow 
Perry Snyder 
Casey Soares 
Beckie Soots 
Linda Spang 





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162/freshmen 



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Chris Springer 
Dennis Springer 
Barbara Sproule 
Theresa Staudt 
Tim Steadman 
Linda Steen 
Mary Steiner 
Cari Stellhorn 
Tammy Stephenson 

Cheryl Sterrett 
Scott Stevens 
Scot Stevens 
Dennis Stockhoff 
Monica Stoops 
Diane Stough 
Cindy Stover 
Bill Street 
Julie Stringer 

Cindy Strother 
Kevin Strunk 
Ron Stubbs 
Don Stubes 
Kirk Stull 
Jeff Suhre 
Donnie Sullivan 
Kevin Surface 
Marilyn Sutton 

Sheila Swann 
Becky Swinford 
Mike Tandy 
Betty Taylor 
Joann Taylor 
Teena Taylor 
Mike Thomas 
Sheila Thomas 
Amos Thomson 



163/freshmen 



Karen Thompson 
Keith Thompson 
Kenneth Thompson 
Rose Thompson 
Richard Thorman 
Elaine Thornton 
Donna Thyessen 
Tracy Tibbott 
Gary Todd 

Elanie Toney 
Mark Toole 
James Toth 
Gail Tremain 
Robin Trester 
Debbie Troutman 
Mike Trowbridge 
Rita Tucker 
Beth Tulhs 

Ron Turner 
Paul Tuttle 
Chuck Uberto 
Mark Uhlenhake 
Steve Elam 
Jan Unangst 
Mark Utler 
Mark Vanderemullen 
Mike Vandever 

Treasa Vandever 
Eleanora Vincel 
Cindy Vonburg 
Raumon Wade 
Dennis Waggoner 
Brenda Walker 
Terry Walker 
Carolyn Walters 
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164/freshmen 



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Karen Ware 
Beth Warren 
Ricci Washington 
Rick Washington 
Sharon Washington 
Mike Watford 
Cindy Watson 
Tim Watson 
Alberta Weaver 

Renee Weaver 
LeRoy Web 
James Weir 
Stephanie Weir 
Karen Welch 
Eric Welhoelter 
Lisa Wells 
George West 
Sarita West 

Roger Wheasler 
Mike Wheeler 
Diane White 
Marjorie White 
Pam White 
Terry Whiteny 
Viola Whitney 
Christy Wiggins 
Greg Wilkerson 

Mark Wilkerson 
Mike Willey 
Becky Williams 
Bob Williams 
Gary Williams 
George Williams 
Julie Williams 
Mike Williams 
Tom Williams 



165/freshmen 



Doug Williamson 
Carl Wills 
Larry Wills 
Cheryl Wilson 
Janet Wilson 
Shawn Wilson 
Melinda Wininger 
Shelia Winston 
Lisa Wolf 



Valorie Wolfe 
Kim Wommack 
Cindy Wood 
Kevin Woodcock 
Tom Woolsey 
Tom Wray 
Mark Wright 
Jeff Wyatt 
Barbara Yarbrough 



Sam Yaryan 
Garry York 
Bill Young 
Mark Zoller 





DEC A CLUB: (TOP ROW): Mark Traylor, Dave Ponto, John 
Lake, Mike Retherford, Gary Kemp, Dave Fromm, Ron Gholson, 
Bill McCoy, Tom Tompkins. (SECOND ROW): Sharon Crowe, 
Brenda Kielblock, Mike Childress, Theresa Harlan, Elaine Smith, 



Angie Lynch, Rick Geyer, Carol Keever, Marjorie Bunnell. (BOT- 
TOM ROW): Coordinator Ken Stanley. The DEC A Club cele- 
brates its victory at Athenaeum. 



166/ freshmen 





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Camera Supplies 

Cosmetics . . . 




167/freshmen 



index 



a 



Aaron, Terry 135 
Abner, Neal 135 
Abbott, Gilbert 151 
Abbott, Kathryn 48,151 
Abraras, Mike 58,151 
Abrams, Sarah 78,135 
Ackles, Andy 135 
Acldes, Kennth 108 
Ackles, Randy 135 
Adams, Bob 58,74,108 
Adams, Brenda 151 
Adams, Christia 121,151 
Adams, Cynthia 82 
Adams, Gary 151 
Adams, Karen 135 
Adams, Larry 135 
Adams, Sharon 135 
Adams, Thomas 121 
Agee, Catherine 151 
Ahrens, Gregory 135 
Aitken, Anne 151 
Aitken, Susan 78,135 
Akles, Michael 151 
Akpabio, Tanya 151 
Alandt, Cynthia 151 
Alandt, Sandra 151 
Albertson, Debra 135 
Alburtis, Lori 135 
Alchin, David 135,95 
Alexander, Janet 135 
Allegree, Daryl 151 
Allegree, Gary 108 
Allegree, Myra 135 
Allen, Bijanka 135 
Allen, Cassandra 135 
Allen, Darrell 135 
Allen, Kevin 135 
Allen, Martha 135 
Allen, Morris 121 
Allen, Shawn 135 
Allen, Sheena 121 
Alley, Howard 135 
Allgood, Linda 108 
Amos, Randy 39,108 
Anderson, Diana 151 
Anderson, David 78,135 
Anderson, Bennie 78,121 
Anderson, Irene 104 
Anderson, Gregory 58,151 
Anderson, George 121 
Anderson, Rebecca 151 
Anderson, Ronald 135 
Anderson, Vickie 151 
Anslow, Gregory 108 
Anslow, Michael 151 
Aguirre, Diana 135 
Appleton, Edward 135 
Archie, Kim 151 
Arnold, Debra 108 
Arnold, Linda 151 
Arnold, Mark 71,121 
Arnold, Millard (Mr.) 101 
Arnold, Robert 151 
Ashbrooke, Janice 151 
Ashbrooke, Sally 108,95 
Askren, Daniel 108 
Askren, Sarah 121 
Austin, Donald (Mr.) 101 
Austin, Robert 121 



Bailey, Gabrielle 135 

Bailey, Marabeth 151 

Bailey, Gerald 108 

Baine, Linda 104 

Baker, Cheryl 78 

Baker, James 135 

Baker, Michael 151 

Baker, Robert 58,82 

Baker, Sheryl 135 

Baker, William 151,64 

Balchunas, Charlotte (Ms.) 101 

Balchunas, Emma 101 

Baldwin, Cheryl 151 

Band 81 

Bandy, Carol 151 

Banndy, Ruth 151 



Banks, Ricky 151 
Ballwin, Joan 104 
Barbour, Paula (Ms.) 31 
Barclay, Bruce 135 
Barentine, Vickie 151 
Barnett, John 108 
Barnett, Marvin 151 
Bamett, Pierre 58,151,63 
Bartels, Wayne 151 
Barrels, Weston 57,121 
Bartholomew, Sherryl 108 
Bartholomew, Steven 135 
Bartlett, Thomas 121 
Barton, Patricia 104 
Basso, Brenda 135 
Baseball, JV 69 
Baseball, Varsity 69 
Basketball, Frosh 
Basketball, JV 
Basketball, Varsity 
Bateman, Stephen 121 
Batey, Daniel 135 
Baughman, James 151 
Bays, Donna 151 
Bedwell, Judy 121,95 
Beetem, Matthew 151 
Begines, Dexter 151 
Begines, Judith 127 
Begley, Kathy 121 
Beinberg, Cindy 151 
Belcher, Michael 108 
Below, Gary 108,61 
Benda, Joseph (Mr.) 101 
Benge, Judith 78,121 
Benge, Toni Marie 108 
Benham, Debra 108 
Benham, Sheri 121 
Bennett, Camille 121 
Bennett, Elizabeth 108 
Bennett, Eric 135 
Bennett, James 58,151 
Bennett, James A, 135 
Bennett, Kendal 151 
Bennett, Mark 108 
Bennett, Michael 135 
Bennett, Robert 108 
Benson, Linda 151 
Benton, Richard 135,82,95 
Beriault, Patrice 135 
Berry, Debra 121 
Bigham, Scott 151 
Billerman, Tina 135,95 
Billerman, Tony 151 
Bishop, Cynthia 135,95 
Bishop, Hazel 135 
Bishop, Ella Sue 108 
Bishop, Richard 58 
Bishop, Richard 135 
Bittner, Tamra 151 
Bittner, Timothy 69,135 
Bixler, Larry 108 
Bixler, Wesley 78 
Black, Alfred 121 
Black, Sandra 151 
Blackburn, Rickie 151 
Blackwell, Diane 121 
Blakeburn, Roy 121 
Blakeslee, Bradley 151 
Blarney, Debbie 151 
Blanchard, Richard 135 
Blanchard, Susan 151 
Bland, Judith 151 
Blaydes, Vickie 135 
Blaydoe, Corann 151 
Blaydoe, Marc 89,121 
Bledsoe, Lisa 135 
Blunt, Eddie 121 
Blunt, Patricia 135,82 
Bocock, Jennifer 121 
Bocock, Michael 151,95 
Bock, Delvin 151 
Bock, Rita 121 
Bodelle, Ivory 135 
Boe, Robert 108 
Bogard, Sarah (Ms.) 101 
Boggs, Ronald 135 
Bolner, Dennis 135 
Bond, Raymond 151 
Bonebrake, Kathy 108 
Bonebrake, Robin 121 
Bonham, Daniel 151 
Bonham, Michael 121 
Bonham, Patrick 121 
Booth, Jerry 108 
Booth, Scott 58,151 
Bordenkircher, Michael 151 
Bouchonnet, Gloria 78,121 
Bouchonnet, Karen 151,95 
Bouchonnet, Kevin 139,151 
Boughton, Linda 121,82 
Boughton, Stephen 78,135 
Bouye, Kevin 151 
Bouye, Michael 135 
Bow, Eugena 121 
Bow, Jack 151 
Bowen, Anita 135 
Bowers, Dewayne 108 
Bowlby, Allan 121 



Bowling, Howard 121,61 

Bowman, Robin 151 

Bowman, Stephen 121 

Bowser, Sandra 135 

Boyce, Cindy 108 

Boyd, Kathy 121 

Boyer, Mike 57,108,64,95 

Boyer, William 57,121 

Bradford, Diana 151 

Bradford, Doug 135,82 

Bradshaw, Robert 121 

Bradshaw, Vicki 121 

Brandes, Raymond (Mr.) 78,101 

Braswell, Billy 119 

Braswell, John 151 

Braun, Donna 121 

Breasiel, Gene 135 

Breeden, Stanley 151,63 

Breedlove, Mindy 52,147,151 

Breeden, Bill 78,108,87 

Breen, Ron 135 

Brewer, Robert 151 

Brewster, Robert 135 

Britton, Darlena 135 

Bridgeforth, Barbara 151 

Brideforth, Bill 135 

Bridges, Greg 135 

Bridges, Warren 151 

Bridgins, Mike 121 

Briggs, Jerry 108 

Bright, Karen 121 

Brill, Rustie 89,35,108 

Brim, Bill 151 

Briston, Ken 151,95 

Bristow, Tina 135,95 

Britton, Kristen 121 

Britton, Lester 121 

Broadus, Dwight 151 

Brock, Diane 135 

Brooks, James 121 

Brooks, Kathy 151 
Brooks, Lorraine 78,135 

Brooks, Marcia 151 

Brooks, Robert 151 

Brown, Arveta 104 
Brown, Debra 151 
Brown, Dennis 135 
Brown, Don 135 

Brown, Harold (Mr.) 101 

Brown, Julie 121 

Brown, Kathy 135 

Brown, Keith 121 

Brown, Leonard (Mr.) 58,101 

Brown, Mike 135 

Brown, Mike 135 

Brown, Shelida 135 

Brown, Shirley 135 

Brown, Terry Allen 57,108 

Brown, Tommie 121,63 

Brown, Tony 151 

Brown, Wanda 135 

Browning, David 121 

Browning, Debra 135 

Browning, Ronnie 152 

Browning, Vivian Sue 109 

Bruce, Peggy L. 121 

Brumbaugh, Neil (Mr.) 101 

Brunell, Dan 78 

Brunelle, David 152 

Brunnworth, Carol 152 

Bryant, Linda Susarm 109 

Bryant, Shirley 121 

Bryant, Vanessa 152 

Buckallew, Pamela 152 

Bucy, Brian 152 

Budd, Cynthia 135 

Buddenbaum, Donald (Mr.) 101 

Buell, Camillia 135 

Buell, Jerry 152 

Buie, Sylvester 121 

Buis, Laury 48,121 

Bullington, Dan 101 

Bullington, Steve 69 

Bullock, Debra 152 

Bullock, Jerry 23,152,95 

Bultman, Ellen 95 

Bumpas, Linda 78,121 

Bumpas, Thomas 152 

Bunce, John 121 

Bunes, Ivan 121 

Bunnell, Marjorie Ann 13,55,109, 

87 
Burcham, Karen 121 
Burdette, Breda 152 
Burgin, Nancy 109 
Burleson, Jan 121,82 
Burleson, Marion (Mr.) 95,101 
Burris, Evelyn 121 
Burris, Janice 152 
Burris, Julie Ann 121 
Burtner, Dennis 121 
Burton, Harold 78,136 
Burton, Ronald Edward 109 
Busenbark, Janice 109 
Bush, Violet 121 
Buston, Carmen 152 
Butler, Judy 109,95 
Butler, Lyndele 101 



Butler, Rita 109 

Butler, Terri 136 

Buttram, Jon 72,152 

Buttram, David Lee 91,107,109 

Buttrum, Jeff 121 

Byard, Sylvia Elaine 109 

Byerly, David 72,109,152 

Byers, Deborah 109,95 

Byers, Gayle (Mr.) 101 

Byrd, Arlessa 121 

Byrd, Kathy 121 

Byrd, Kevin 152 

Byrd, Rennee 121,95 

Byrne, Victoria 136 



Cadwel), Robert 136 

Cady, Jim 109 

Caldwell, Mark 136 

Caldwell, Mike 109 

Calhoun, Joey 136 

Calvert, Luther 136 

Campbell, Deddie 152 

Campbell, Deddie 36 

Campbell, Leora 101 

Campbell, Mark 121,63 

Campbell, Pam 109,87 

Campbell, Steve 121 

Campbell, Tina 152 

Canavan, Steve 136 

Cannedy, Marcia 52 

Canter, Vickey 152 

Carder, Tom 152 

Carlson, Ricky 136 . 

Carmon, Larry 57,58,136,63 

Carney, Jenny 121 

Carney, Nadine 136 

Carney, Bob 136 

Carpenter, Julie 152,95 

Carr, Kevin 136 

Carr, Bob 89,101 

Carroll, Diane 152 

Carson, Margaret 152 

Carter, Anton 152 

Carter, Mary 136 

Carver, Keith 136 

Carver, Tina 152 

Casey, Bob 152 

Cash, Janice 121 

Castle, Roy 121 

Castledine, Gayle 109,95 

Castledine, Linda 121 

Cathcart, Anita 152 

Caudill, Mitchel 152 

Caudill, Sharon 136 

Cecil, Darlene 78,121 

Cecil, John 71,136 

Celeste, B. 136 

Center, Becky 152 

Center, Bruce 89,121 

Chafin, Alton 11,109 

Chamberlain, Diana 152 

Chambers, Jack 109 
Chambers, Kenneth 109 
Chambers, Larry 152 

Chambers, Sharon 136 
Chaney, Shirley 152 
Cheatham, Kevin 136,63 
Cheatham, Raymond 121 
Cheerleaders 52 
Cheslyn, Greg 121 
Chestnutt, Bill 121 
Childress, Kevin 58,152 
Childress, Mike 109,87 
Chisley, Bob 101 
Christensen, Dianna 74,145,152 
Christmon, Detra 136 
Christmon, Duane 52,122 
Christy, Marjorie 101 
Ciechanowicz, Carolyn 152 
Clark, Barbarra 109 
Clark, Beverly 78,136 
Clark, Cynthia 122 
Clark, Darrell 152 
Clark, Harold 136 
Clark, Jerry 152 
Clark, Ron 122 
Clark, Vicki 136 
Claspell, Jerry 69,122 
Clawson, Carol 152 
Clawson, Jim 122 
Clayton, Christine 136 
Cleaver, Harold 122,136 
Clelon, Tom 136 
Clements, Charles 109 
Clements, Jim 152,82 
Clements, Rocky 69,122,64,95 
Clements, Richard 122,95 
Clements, Ron 57,58,64,136,95 
Clemenz, David 122 
Cleveland, Bob 122 
Clevenger, Robin 152 



168/index 



Clibum, John 58 

Clifford, Patricia (Ms.) 87,101,23 

Cline, Dan 122 

Cline, Margie 136 

Cline, Jim 109 

Clodfelter, Denise 122 

Clough, Sharon 152 

Cluggish, Autumn 122 

Cluggish, Matt 152 

Cluggish, Steve 69,109,61 

Coapstick, Connie 52,122,93 

Cobb, Jean 104 

Coble, Martin 39,101 

Coe, Delores 153 

Coffin, Patricia 101 

Cohrs, Rick 153 

Cole, Antony 136,63 

Cole, Denise 122 

Cole, Patricia 153 

Cole, Sandra 153 

Coleman, Cindy 109 

Coleman, Darrell 122 

Coleman, Deidra 153,95 

Coleman, Keith 109 

Coles, Rhett 153 

Colledge, Garry 136 

Colledge, Lenora Faith 109 

Collins, Gerald 109 

Collins, Gina 153 

Collins, Gwendolyn 153 

Collins, Michael 153 

Collins, Paul 122 

Colon, Christina 153 

Colon, Frances Elisa 122,95 

Combs, Mark 130,110,82 

Concert Choir 78 

Conley, Sara 122 

Conn, Bessie (Ms.) 102 

Conner, Leonard D. 72,123 

Conner, Michial 153 

Connor, Cheryl L. 136 

Connor, Robert J. 136 

Conover, Kris D. 136 

Coogan, Martin 89,102 

Cook, Priscila M. 78,136 

Cook, Richard T. 136 

Cookerly, Kelly L. 153 

Coons, Jean 104 

Cooper, Alan 58 

Cooper, Bemie 123,95 

Cooper, Byron 31,102 

Cooper, Jo 104 

Cooper, Walter 123 

Copass, Ronda 153,82 

Copass, Ronna 123 

Copp, David 123 

Copus, Donald 136 

Copus, Patricia 153 

Corliss, Michelle 123,95 

Come, Michael 123 

Cornelius, Jeff 110 

Cornelius, Linda 153 

Cory, Lynne 78,23,110,82,87,95 

Cottone, Gene 110 

Cottrell, Edward 123 

Cottrell, Richie 153 

Coulter, Robert 136 

Cowan, Jack 136 

Cox, Cheryl 153 

Cox, Donald 136,64 

Cox, Jeffery 153 

Cox, Johnny 123 

Cox, Kevin 153 

Cox, Mark 153 

Cox, Pamela 123 

Crabtree, John 69,123,61 

Craig, Gerald 136 

Craig, George 39 

Craig, Lynne 136 

Craig, Robert 102,127 

Craig, Terri 123 

Cranfill, Cheryl 110 

Crawford, Brian 153 

Crawford, Carol 136 

Crawley, Debbie 153 

Crawley, George 153 

Crawley, Greg 137 

Crawley, Terry 137 

Crawfrod, Joe 69,95 

Crawley, Patricia 123 

Crawley, Vickie 91,55,110 

Crenshaw, Cheryl 137 

Crenshaw, Mary 123 

Crieg, Julie 153 

Criswell, David 123 

Criswell, Denise 78,110 

Criswell, Donold 153 

Crockett, Mark 153 

Croft, Pamela 153 

Cromwell, Janice 137 

Croney, Mike Gale 110 

Crouch, Brenda 137 

Crouch, Joseph 110 

Crowe, Richard (Mr.) 102 

Crowe, Sharon 132,110,82 

Crutcher, Stephanie 123 

Cullum, Marcia 137 

Cummings, Denise 110 



Cummings, Mary 104 

Cummings, Richard (Mr.) 57,102, 

64 
Cunnings, Robin 137 
Cunnings, Roxanna 110 
Curless, Wylene 137 
Curlin, Robert 137 
Curran, Elizabeth Ann 55,110,112, 

95 
Curran, Jacquie 153 
Curran, Mark 58,153 
Cydrus, Nora Mae 123 



Dux, Carlene 138 
Dycus, Theresa 138 
Dye, Melody 110 
Dyer, Diane 138 
Dyer, Sharon 153 
Dyer, Teresa 78,138 
Dyke, Brenda 74,110,145 



Dabney, David 123 
Dailev, Donald 153 
Dale, Terry 137 
Dalton, Joseph 137 
Dalton, William 153 
Dameron, Alyce 78,137 
Daniels, Carmen 137 
Daniels, Gregory 153,95 
Daugherty, Cheryl 137 
Daugherty, Stephan 110 
Daurelle, Michael 123 
Davenport, Debbie 137 
Davenport, Jonni 123 
Davenport, Kevin 153 
Davidson, Beth 137 
Davidson, Mark 123 
Davies, Jack 102 
Davison, Terry 123 
Davis, Betty 137 
Davis, Carol 153 
Davis, Darlene 137 
Davis, Hank 153 
Davis, Kenneth 110 
Davis, Louise 137,145 
Davis, Marcia 78,137,95 
Davis, Michael 57,58,137 
Davis, Susan 78,137 
Davis, Terry 153 
Davison, Sherry 137 
Day, Karen 78,110 
Daye, Lisa 153 
Deal, John (Mr.) 57, 102 
Dean, Nina 137 
Decatur, Donald 137 
Decatur, Larry 123 
Deckard, Greta 78,137 
Decker, Mark 137 
Deer, Kimberley 153 
Degler, Cynthia 137 
Degler, Gary 110,82 
DeHaven, David 123 
DeHaven, Jerry 153 
Denney, Jeff 110 
Dennis, Stephen 153 
Dennis, Michael 110 
Denney, Jacqueline 110 
Denney, Karen 110,18 
Desmon, Victoria 110 
Detzler, Teresa 110,87 
Detzler, Donna 137 
Devine, Cheryl 78,137 
Devine, Douglas 153 
Diaz, Ana 137 
Dibbem, Gerald 123 
Dickerson, William 123 
Dickey, David 58,153 
Dillahay, Gary 153,82 
Dillard, Don 123,64 
Dillard, John 137 
DUley, Michael 58,153 
Dillon, Norma (Ms.) 55,102 
Dine, Debora 78,137 
Dineff, Linda 137 
Dineff, Ronald 137 
Dinwiddle, Sherree 137 
Dixon, David 153 
Dixon, Everett 153 
Doan, James 123 
Dobbs, Patricia 137 
Dodd, Carl 137 
Doerr, Debra 123,128 
Donaldson, Marion 137 
Dorris, Katherine 137 
Dorsey, Rodney 38,153 
Douglas, Donna 123 
Douglas, Francine 
Downton, Donna 153 
Drake, Deborah 137 
Drake, Kathleen 153 
Driver, Maurice 137 
Dudley, Gwendolyn 137 
Duggan, Jan (Ms.) 102 
Duling, Rickie 138,82 
Dugan, Anne 110 
Duncan, Jeffery 58,153 
Duncan, Robert 58,153 
Dunn, John 123 
Duvall, Virginia 138 



Ealy, Sylvia 153 

Easier, Mary 123 

Eason, John (Mr.) 72,102 

Eaton, Gary 153 

Eberle, Janet (Ms.) 102,176 

Ebert, Elizabeth 55,23,110,136, 

149,18,87 
Ebert, Steven 58,153 
Eddy, Ralph 138 
Edison, Girrard 58,153 
Edmonds, Rodney 153 
Edmondson, Aleatha 153 
Edmunds, Johnnie 138 
Edwards, Carol 110,95 
Edwards, David 123 
Edwards, Debbie 110,153 
Edwards, Diane 123 
Edwards, Mark 71,138 
Edwards, Mark 153 
Edwards, Sandra 111 
Effinger, William 123 
Effinger, Michael 111 
Eggman, Timothy 153 
Eisinger, Jeff 
Elder, Mike 111 
Elkins, Arthur 138 
Elkins, John 123 
Elkins, Linda 138 
Elliot, Jennie 153 
Elliot, Christine 123,95 
Ellis, David 153 
Ellison, Mark 
Ellison, Paula 153 
Ellur, V. (Mr.) 102 
Elmore, Douglass 78,111 
Ely, Beth 123 
Embry, Ronald 
Emery, Karen 153 
Emrick, Pamella 123,95 
Endsley, Floyd 153 
England, Darlene 138 
England, Denise 153 
England, Michael 123 
Englert, Dee 104 
Enochs, Eric 123 
Enochs, Karen 130,138,82 
Enochs, Terry 111 
Erickson, Michael 111,86,95 
Estep, Eileen 123 
Esther, Chan 138 
Esham, Blanch 104 
Estell, Edwin 102 
Estrada, Leora 153 
Esten, Virginia 102 
Estrada, Michael 123 
Evans, Brenda 153 
Evans, Karyn 111 
Evans, Kevin 153 
Evans, Ronnie 123 
Evans, Tereasa 111 
Evans, Timothy 153 
Evans, Tullie 153 
Ewers, Earl 153 



f 



Fancher, Mike 111 

Fanning, William 153 

Farmer, Richard 138 

Fanner, Sandra 74,138 

Fast, Debara 111,95 

Faulkner, Michele 133 

Felder, Debra 138 

Felder, Dianne 123 

Fellows, John (Mr.) 71,102 

Ficker, Dennis 153 

Fields, Becky 138 

Fields, Christopher 71,57,58,123 

Fields, Mark 111 

Fillenwarth, Deborah 153 

Finegold, Chama 154 

Firth, Paul 111,95 

Fischer, Carol 138 

Fischer, Deborah 78 

Fischer, Teresa 78,138 

Fisher, Jeff 123 

Fitch, Candice 138 



Fitch, James 58,154 

Fitzgibbons, Cindy 138 

Flagin, Michael 154 

Fleming, Douglas 138,154 

Fleser, Sue 138 

Fletcher, Elaine 138 

Flory, Randy 138 

Floyd, Larry 134 

Flynn, Uwe 154 

Fontana, Kim 52,138 

Football, Frosh 58 

Football, J.V. 58 

Football, Varsity 58 

Ford, Duane 123 

Ford, Gregory 123 

Fording, Ken 138 

Foreman, Deborah 123 

Foreman, Leesa 138,82 

Foreman, Michael 123 

Forsythe, Max (Mr.) 102 

Forte, Theodore 138,95 

Fowlkes, Joyce 138 

Fox, George 123 

Fox, Sam 123 

Francescan, Elizabeth (Ms.) 104 

Franceschini, Jane (Ms.) 102 

Franklin, David 123 

Franklin, Sylvia 154 

Fravel, Robert 123 

Freeman, Arnold 123,61 

Fromm, David 35,111 

Froning, Clark (Mr.) 69,102,63 

Frost, Cynthia 138 

Fry, Kenneth (Mr.) 102 

Fugit, Diane 138 

Fuhs, Daniel 138 

Fuller, Bonnie 78,123 

Fuller, Debra 138 

Fulton, Mary Sue 11,52,111,95 

Fultz, Deborah 123 



g 



GAA Volleyball 75 

Gageby, Franklin 138 

Gaines, Adie 138 

Gaither, Geoffrey 138 

Gaither, James (Mr.) 102 

Gaizat, Lauren 154 

Gallagher, Elizabeth 154 

Gambill, Roger 72,154 

Garrett, Cheryl 154 

Garvey, Leonard 111 

Garvey, Marilyn 123 

Garvey, Stephanie 154 

Gatliff, Donald 112 

Gatlin, John 154 

Gavin, Lisa 138 

Gavin, Mike 123 

Gayheart, Richard 138 

Gayhed, Tammy 154 

Gearin, Michael 138 

Gebby, Robert 138 

Gebbv, William 123,127 

Gebhart, Bobby 123 

Geiman, Marsha (Ms.) 102 

Gentry, Dan 112 

Gentry, David 123 

Gentry, Ronnie 57,122,112,64,65 

Gentry, Tina 139 

Gentzel, Michael 139 

Gentzel, Michele 154 

George, Craig 57,112 

George, Kenneth (Mr.) 102,63 

George, Jeffery 139 

George, Paul 139 

Gesinger, Virginia 154 

Germany, Terri 139 

Geyer, Pam 123 

Geyer, Riki 112 

Geyer, Susan 48,139 

Gholson, Donald 139 

Gholson, Ronald 112,72 

Gibson, Mary 123 

Gibson, Theodore 139 

Gigure, Terry 112 

Gilkev, Tonya 139 

Gill, Terry 148 

Gillard, John 123 

Gilliam, Brendetta 123 

Gilliland, Jeff 123 

Gimlich, Loretta 139 

Ginger, Kenneth 123,64 

Glasgo, Janet 112 

Glaspie, David 123,61 

Glass, Christine 154 

Gleason, Lvnn 139 

Glenn, Robert 71,58,139 

Glore, Charles (Mr.) 102 

Glotfelty, Jeff 154 

Glotfelty, Micheal 123 

Gloye, Eleen 123 

Goar, Mark 123 



169/index 



Goffinet, Kevin 154 
Goggins, Michael 1,39 
Golden, Patricia 112 
Goodman, Derotha 139 
Goodman, Irma (Ms.) 104 
Goodman, Lena 154 
Goodman, Pamela 123 
Graetz, William 123 
Grant, Barbara (Ms.) 104 
Grant, Beth 139 
Grant, Steven 154 
Grant, Tim 139 
Graves, Doris 154 
Gray, David 154 
Gray, Patricia 154 
Green, Charles 139 
Green, Michael 154 
Green, Steven 123 
Green, Vickie 154 
Greene, Denise 112 
Gregory, David 139 
Gregory, Michael 112 
Gregory, Patrick 154 
Gregory, Richard 125 
Gregory, Robert 125 
Griffin, Bonita 139 
Griffin, Martha (Ms.) 52,102 
Grimes, Barbara 139 
Grimes, Monica 125 
Grinstead, Timothy 154 
Groves, David 154 
Grubaugh, Beckv 154 
Grubaugh, Sherrv 125 
Gruber, David 154 
Grundy, June (Ms.) 102 
Gully, Virginia 125 
Gurnik, Gregory 112 
Gutierrez, Manuel 139 
Gutzmer, Kevin 112 
Guzmer, Ardith 125 



Haag, Gary 112 

Hadley, Pamela 112 

Haggins, Diane 139 

Hagoods, Alma 125 

Hall, Beverly 139 

Hall, David 139 

Hall, Jennifer 125 

Hall, John 139 

Hall, Noble 113 

Hall, Stephen Wayne 78,113,82,87, 

95 
Hall, Teresa 74,139,95 
Hallam, Kenneth 154 
Ham, Robin 154,95 
Hamilton, Ingrid 139 
Hamilton, Michael 78,125 
Hammond, Jeffery 154 
Hammond, Pamela 139 
Hammond, Terry 139 
Hampton, Gary Edward 113 
Hand, Joani 154 
Hand, Joseph 139 
Hand, Steven 113 
Hankins, Rick 139 
Harden, Diana 125 
Harding, Scott 78,139 
Hardwick, Marilyn (Ms.) 102 
Hardy, Clayton 125 
Hargrove, Penny 154 
Harlan, Daniel 125 
Harlos, Loretta 139 
Harlos, Twila 155 
Harlow, Jill 155 
Harlow, Joseph 113 
Hannan, Kian 35,113 
Harney, Cheryl 139 
Harper, Rouke 154 
Harris, James 155 
Harris, Joseph 139 
Harris, Patricia 155 
Harris, Rodrick 71,57,58,125,95 
Harris, Melanie Jean 125 
Harrison, Delores 155 
Harrison, Eddie 155 
Harrison, Sheila Kay 113 
Kartell, Suzanne 139 
Hartley, Elizabeth 155 
Hartman, Debby Sue 52,55,125,95 
Harvey, David (Mr.) 102 
Harvey, Kenny 1 13 
Harvey, Mark 139 
Hash, Charla 155 
Hassos, Diane 125 
Haskins, Jeffery 139 
Hatcher, Lee 57,125 
Hatcher, Reginald 58,155 
Haverstick, Jamie 113 
Hawkins, Cynthia 113 
Hawkins, Curtis 139 
Hawkins, Shelley 139 



Hawkins, William 155 

Hayes, Merman 140 

Hayes, Paul (Mr.) 102 

Haymaker, Vicki 125 

Haynes, Thomas (Mr.) 102 

Haywood, Rebecca 55,125,95 

Heady, Micael 140 

Heady, Sharon 125 

Healy, Kevin 155,63 

Healy, Thomas 72,91,23,112,113, 

82,18,95 
Heichelbech, Terrie 139,82 
Heilman, Kathleen 125 
Hellmer, Victoria 139 
Heman, Jan 139 
Hemelgam, Kristina 155 
Hench, Joe 125 
Henderson, Jeffery 35,113 
Henderson, Teresa L. 140 
Hennessee, Debra 140 
Henry, John 155 
Henry, Sherry 155 
Herr, David 113 
Herr, Karen 140,82 
Herrin, James 125 
Hess, Mark 125 
Hester, Lowell (Mr.) 102 
Hibbert, Thersa 155 
Hibbs, Norma 113 
Hickman, Charles 140 
Hicks, Richard 125 
Hicks, Joseph 140,63 
Hicks, Terry 140 
Highsaw, Velinda 155 
Hightshoe, Beverly 113 
Hightshoe, Carolyn 113 
Hightshoe, David 140 
Hiles, Charles 113 
Hill, Larry 140 
Hill, Mary 140 
Hill, Richard 155 
Hindman, Steven 113 
Hines, Carl (Mr.) 27,102 
Hinman, Sharline 140 
Hipsher, Kenneth 140 
Hirch, Jeff 140 
Hischemiller, Robert 140 
Hobbs, Van 140 
Hochgesang, Shirley 155 
Hochgesang, Terry 64,71,57,125 
Hodge, Stephanie 155 
Hodge, Timothy 140 
Hodges, Debbie 155 
Hodges, Fernando 155 
Hodges, Rick 140 
Hodson, Cira 155 
Hogue, William 140 
Hohenberger, Andrew 155 
Hohenberger, Julie 125 
Holden, Michael 57,125 
Holden, Paul 71,57,140,64 
Holden, Susan 155 
Holden, Theresa 113 
Holder, Angela 155 
Holder, Ricky 155 
Hole, Gregory 139 
Hollenquest, Gerry 125 
Holmes, Melissa 78,125 
Holsten, Kevin 139 
Hood, Thomas 58,155 
Hopkins, John 125 
Hopkins, Robert 155 
Hopkins, Thomas M. 69,125 
Hopkins, Thomas W. 155 
Hopson, Eric 139 
Horste, Bruce 125 
Horste, Steve 71,139 
Horton, Gretchen 113 
Horton, Michael 155 
Hosbein, Karen 55,125 
Hosbein, Mark 69,113,95 
Hosbein, Thomas 155 
Howard, Floyd 78,89,140 
Howard, Greg 125 
Houk, Linda 52,155 
Howard, Kim 155 
Howard, Nancy 156 
Howard, Sheen a 156 
Hougland, Grover 140 
Hubbard, Sharon 125 
Huber, Pamela 113 
Hudson, Robert 140 
Huff, David 82,140, 
Huff, Michael 58,155 
Huffman, Shelley 156 
Hughett, Brenda 156 
Hughett, Karen 113 
Hull, Pauline (Ms.) 104 
Humphrey, Eddie 156 
Humphrey, Linda 113 
Humphrey, Terri 140 
Humphreys, Stephen (Mr.) 40,102 
Hungerford, Robin 156 
Hungerford, Ronnie 89,140 
Hunt, Beth 156 
Hunt, Laveme 125 
Hunt, Rebecca 156 
Hurst, Jerry (Mr.) 102,156 



Hurt, Daniel 125 
Hurt, George 125 
Huston, Alyson 140 
Hutchinson, Anthony 156 
Hutchinson, Charles 125 
Hutchinson, James 140 
Hutchinson, Patrina 140 



Inlow, Bart 156 
Inman, Debbie 78,140 
Inskeep, Richard 140 
Inskeep, Timothy 156 
Irvine, John 140 
Isaacs, Cynthia 140 
Isaacson, Duane 113 
Isaacson, Steve 125 
Israel, Suzanne 140 



J 



Jackson, Robert 58 

Jackson, Sharon 156 

Jacob, Debbie 140 

Jacob, Diane 113 

Jacob, Vickie 156 

Jacobs, Catherine 156 

Jacobson, Lori 156 

Jahnke, Lawrence 113,149 

James, Lloyd 156 

Jamison, Marilyn 125 

Jarchow, Debby 114,82,95 

Jarchow, Sandy 141 

Jarvis, Douglas 156 

Jarvis, Judy 141 

Jefferson, Terry 141 

Jefferson, William (Mr.) 31,102 

Jennings, Kim 125 

Jeffries, Penny 141 

Jensen, Carol 125 

Jensen, James 114 

Johannessen, Marilyn (Ms.) 103 

Johnson, Calvin 125,95 

Johnson, David 58 

Johnson, Debra 156 

Johnson, Debbie 156 

Johnson, Denita 156 

Johnson, Donald 141 

Johnson, Elroy 156 

Johnson, Ethel 156 

Johnson, Frank 141 

Johnson, Ilene 141 

Johnson, Gregory 5S.156 

Johnson, J. Ray 103 

Johnson, Jeffrey 114 

Johnson, Kathleen 114 

Johnson, Leslie 141,63 

Johnson, Latonya 125 

Johnson, Larry 125,156 

Johnson, Lena 156 

Johnson, Margaret 141,82,87 

Johnson, Marty 141 

Johnson, Michelle 125 

Johnson, Pamela 141 

Johnson, Sherri 156 

Johnson, Terri 156 

Johnson, Tina 156 

Johnson, Vickie 125 

Johnston, Janet 141 

Jones, Darrell 58,156 

Jones, Darrell 156,63 

Jones, Deborah 141 

Jones, Frederick 125 

Jones, Douglas 156 

Jones, Douglas 125,74 

Jones, George 156 

Jones, Jeffrey 141 

Jones, Jeffrey 114 

Jones, Jennifer 141 

Jones, Paul 114 

Jones, Randall 141,157 

Jones, Rebecca 156 

Jones, Robert 157,63 

Jones, Sharon 157 

Jones, Tina 157 

Jones, Tom 114 

Jones, Tony 141 

Jordon, Jill 141 

Joyce, Jennifer 157 

Joyce, Mary 141,82 

Judd, Debra 157 

Justice, Jim 157 

Justice, Paul (Mr.) 89,103,18,87 

Justuc, Rhonda 157,95 



Kafader, Keith 141 

Kafader, Sharon 125 

Kain, Mary 157 

Kalal, Vickie 157 

Kane, Jean 127,112,114,82,87,95 

Kane, Raymond 13,72,125,82 

Kantner, John 69,141 

Karaffa, Kimberly 74,141,145,82 

Keaton, Jimmye 125 

Keever, Carol 114 

Keever, Dorm 114 

Keith, Kevin 157 

Kelly, Mary (Ms.) 103 

Kemp, Debra 125 

Kemp, Judith 141 

Kemper, Gary 114 

Kennard, Danna 78,125 

Kennedy, Anne 141,82 

Kennedy, Cathy 48,141 

Kennedy, John 125 

Kennedy, Karen 157 

Keogh, Susan (Ms.) 103 

Kerr, Douglas 141 

Kertesz, Joni 157 

Kertesz, Kenneth 141 

Keys, James 141 

Keys, Velaina 157 

Kidwell, John 141 

Kielblock, Thomas 58,157 

Kimberly, Michael 72,114,95 

Kimble, Christie 157 

Kimsey, James 13,125,122,95 

Kinartail, Jeffrey 141 

Kincy, Mary 141 

Kindred, Kevin 125 

King, Cheryl 157 

King, David 125 

King, Kimberly 157 

King, Marcia (Ms.) 103 

Kingsley, Kelli 52,157 

Kingsley, Kim 52,141 

Kingston, Jeffrey 114 

Kingston, Pamela 141 

Kingston, Randolph 39,157 

Kirby, Mark 125 

Kirby, Pamela 157 

Kirk, Richard 125 

Kirk, Karen 125 

Kirkpatrick, Kerry 141 

Kirksey, Barbara 141 

Kirkwood, Kevin 125 

Kitchens, Pamela 157 

Knapp, Greg 141 

Knotts, Edna 141 

Knotts, James 141 

Knox, Ashley 141 

Knox, Pam 114 

Knox, Velinda 141 

Koester, Dennis 74,125 

Knight, John 114 

Kolcheck, Judy 157 

Kolcheck, Pam 125 

Kolcheck, Terri 55,114,136,149,95 

Kougl, Amy 157 

Kougl, Pamela 133 

Kouns, Deborah 157 

Kouns, Harold 125 

Krieg, Julie 82 

Krug, Greg 141 

Kugler, Dennis 141 

Kugler, Timothv 58,157 

Kuhn, Gerald 64,71,125 

Kuhn, Kalah 78,141 

Kuhn, Thomas 57,58,71,142,95 



Lacy, Norma 114 

Lacy, Peggy 125 

Laing, Steve 142 

Lake, John 114 

Lake, Lena 157 

Lake, Veronica 142 

Lakin, Scott 157 

Lalle, Michelle 157 

Lamb, Paul 142 

Lamb, Russell (Mr.) 23,28,103 

Lamberg, David 142 

Lamberg, Glenna 37,55,157 

Lamberg, Sharon 114 

Lambert, Shirley (Ms.) 103 

Land, Amanda 142 

Lanahan, Patricia ( Ms. ) 103 

Lane, Rex 142 

Lange, Susan (Ms.) 103 

Langford, Anthony 157 

Langwell, Charles 157 

Lasley, Mike 57,58,142 



170/index 



Lawley, Patrick 57,142 

Lawley, Sherr>' 114 

Laubsher, Andy 157 

Lee, Crystal 157 

Lee, Deborah 114 

Lee, James 125 

Lee, Kent 142,63,95 

Lee, Teresa 157 

Lee, Tim 142 

Lehman, Desiree 142 

Lemaster, Pam 125 

Lemaster, Tammie 157 

Lembcke, Edward 157 

Lembcke, Sheryl 125 

Leon, Maria 125 

Lepscum, Eva 142 

Lepscum, Jacque 125 

Lepscum, Kenneth 157 

Lessig, Marsha 125 

Lessig, Robert 157 

Lester, Cheryl 157 

Lester, Toni 142 

Lett, Richard 157 

Lett, Rosella 142 

Levine, Steven 157 

Lewallen, Pat 14,132,112,114,82,95 

Lewark, Tona 114 

Lewis, Debra 13,52,78,122,114 

Lewis, Doug 13,157,63,95 

Lillicotch, Patricia 157 

Linch, Rick 69 

Lindner, Chris 125,95 

Lindner, Tim 142 

Lindsey, Terrie 142 

Lingenfelter, Diana 125 

Lingenfelter, Robert 142 

Linkous, Teresa 157 

Listenberger, Chris 125 

Litse, Victoria 114 

Livesay, Claude 125 

Livesay, Donald 157 

Lloyd, Evelyn 157 

Lockhart, Toby 157 

Locklear, Paula 142 

Lockridge, Linda 157 

Lockridge, Phvllis 142 

Logan, Michael 82,142 

Logan, Pamela 157 

Lolla, Terry 157 

Long, David 126 

Long, Jeff 157 

Long, Terry 142 

Long, Vivian 157 

Lorton, Denise 142 

Lorton, Dianna 142 

Lott, Thomas 157 

Loutroutich, F. 157 

Love, Sharon 157 

Lowler, Steve 142 

Lucas, Joseph 71,142 

Lucas, Tom 71,142 

Ludlow, Jean (Ms.) 103 

Lundy, William 114 

Luttrell, Miliadee 82,126 

Lynch, Angie 114 

Lynch, Laura 157 

Lynch, Rick 142 

Lynch, Richard 142 

Lyons, Howard 142 

Lyons, Mary 78,142 

Lyons, Mary Lou (Ms.) 103 

Lytal, Stephanie 142 



111 



Mabry, Arthur 157 
Mabry, Terri 157 
Mabry, Tony 142 
Mack, Robin 142 
Mackey, Kathy 142 
Macy, Gary 142 
Maeland, Lars 142 
Majors, Greg 58,142 
Majorettes, football 55 
Malander, Steven 114 
Malone, Mike 157 
Manning, Steven 142 
Manning, Teresa 78 
Mannweiler, Karen (Ms.) 103 
Mansfield, Greg 158,95 
Maple, Mike 157 
Marhiscan Staff 83 
Markey, Debra 126 
Markham, Beth 28,126 
Marks, Mike 142 
Marley, Althea 157 
Marley, Debra 157 
Marsh, Colene 126 
Marshall, Kathy (Ms.) 104 
Marshallaires 78 
Martin, Christina 157 
Martin, Dan 157 



Martin, David 126 

Martin, Judy 126,82 

Martin, Keith 126 

Martin, Mary Beth 157 

Martin, Mike 78,126 

Martin, Randy 157 

Martin, Richard 126 

Martin, Ron 142 

Martin, Susan 91,55,115 

Martindale, Leticia 142 

Mason, Darryl 142 

Mason, Dennis 126 

Mathis, Gary' 143 

Mathis, Vicky 157 

Matthews, Jim 143 

Mattingly, Mike 126 

Maxwell, Julie (Ms.) 101 

May, Herbert 126 

May, Kevin 157 

Mayer, Pam 74,157 

Mayes, Barbara 143 

Mayfield, Peter 58,157 

McAdams, Richard 143 

McBride, Johnny 69,142 

McBride, Ron 69,115,61 

McCarthy, Kathy 126 

McCaffrey, Linda 157 

McCaffrey, Sharon 157 

McCaffrey, Steve 126 

McCall, Donna 157 

McCarthy, Lauren 157 

McCaslin, Kathy 143 

McChristian, Donna 126.143 

McCool, George (Mr.) 103,64,66 

McCord, Donna 143 

McCoy, Bill 115 

McCoy, Debbie 126 

McCoy, Marsha 157 

McCoy, Melinda 143 

McCullough, April 157 

McCullough, Randy 126 

McDonald, Janet 115 

McDonald, Virginia (Ms.) 104 

McDowell, Denise 115 

McDowell, Randy 142 

McDuffee, Kim 52,78,115,137 

McEwen, George 158 

McGarr, Gene 158 

McGaughey, Angela 74,145,95 

McGaughey, Susan 143 

McGill, Geralyn 143 

McGinley, Danny 57,58,115,64,17 

McGinley, Tim 57,58,143,64 

McGow, Jim 158,82 

McGow, Teresa 143,82 

McGugh, Shelley 115 

McKeller, Marie (Ms.) 104 

McKinley, Cheryl 52,126 

McLaughlin, Benjamin 126 
McMahan, Suann 126 
McManaman, Erin 158 
McMillan, Mike 158 
McMillan, Teresa 78,115 
McPherson, Charles 143 
McPherson, Elaine 115,95 
McPherson, Mike 158 
McQuade, Kelley 143 
McQuade, Teresa 115 
Mears, Carol 158 
Mears, Janet 126 
Medcalf, Herbert 158 
Medford, Jean Ann 115 
Medford, Bill 143 
Meed, Perry 126 
Mellene, Steven 143 
Mellene, Tim 115 
Melling, Phillip 143 
Mendenhall, Rita 143 
Menis, Jim 143 
Meredith, Clyde 126 
Messersmith, Kathy 158 
Messersmith, Suzanne 126,82 
Miller, Beth 143 
Miller, Erma (Ms.) 104 
Miller, George 143 
Miller, Gerald 143 
Miller, Lee 126 
Miller, Leslie 158 
Miller, Louis 158 
Miller, Marcia 158 
Miller, Mary 143 
Miller, Sandy 115 
Milligan, Patrick 89,158 
Mills, Cynthia 143 
Mills, James 116 
Mills, Robert 143 
Mills, Twyonon 158 
Miner, Jackie 126 
Minor, Beulah 158 
Mitcham, Monica 158 
Mitchell, Billy 143 
Mitchell, Dennis 158 
Mitchell, Doretha 126 
Mitchell, James 143 
Mitchell, Jamie 78,116 
Moll, Jerri 126 
Monaghan, Carole 143 
Monaghan, Cynthia 126 



Montgomery, Colleen 143,82 
Montgomery, Diane 126 
Montgomery, Kevin 126 
Montgomery, Willie 158 
Moody, Karen 158 
Moon, Marcia 158 
Mooney, Brian 126 
Mooney, Robert 58,143 
Moore, Charles 143 
Moore, Dennis 143 
Moore, Earl 143 
Moore, Gary 158 
Moore, Mary 143 
Moore, Randy 158 
Moore, Robert 126 
Moore, Robby 78,126 
Morales, Mark 158 
Moran, Andrew 158 
Morgan, Don 158 
Morgan, Jerry 127 
Morgan, Joan 15S 
Morgan, Joan 143 
Morgan, Julie 158 
Morgan, Mary 127,95 
Morgan, Phyllis 158 
Morman, Roy 158 
Morris, Beth 158 
Morris, Julia 158 
Morris, Kathy 158 
Morrow, Wanda 127 
Moshier, Kim 143 
Moss, Shari 91,127 
Moss, Lewis 158 
Moss, Pam 158 
Moulder, Sandra 78,126 
Mounts, Karl 143 
Mounts, Kevin 143 
Moyer, John 72,127,116,82 
Moyer, Mark 71,120,127,95 
Mulcahy, Molly 144 
Mullins, Bill 158 
Mullins, Jack 127 
Mullins, Marisa 127 
Mullins, Selton 
Mullis, Paul 158 
Mullis, Steven 144 
Mullis, Terri 116 
Murphy, Mike 78,116 
Murray, Dale 116 
Murray, Daryl 158 
Murray, Paula 127,95 
Murray, Myra 144 
Murray, Vicki 78,127,95 
Murrell, Santee 144 
Murry, Barbara 158 
Musgrave, Mary 74,127,145 
Myers, John 158 
Myers, Mike 139,158 



n 



Nahre, Denise 126 

Neal, Debra 127 

Neblett, Ricky 127 

Neff, Mark 72,127,64 

Nell, Kathleen 55,127 

Nell, Michael 144 

Nestler, Brad 74,127 

Nevels, Diana 144 

Neville, Martin 159 

Newell, Valenda 127 

Newell, Carolyn 52,144 

Newell, Janet 116 

Newell, Richard 116 

Newman, Andy 144 

Newman, Dennis 144 

Nhele, G. 159 

Nickleson, Dariene 159 

Niemann, Bruce 144 

Nix, Ronald 159 

Noe, Tanna 127 

Nokes, Steven 27,82,91,127 

Nokes, Vicki 159 

Nolan, Michael 144 

Nordsieck, Dan 78,91,116,87,95 

Norris, Allen (Mr.) 27,104 

Norris, Michael 159 

Norton, Joe 127 

Norton, Kevin 116 

Nostrand, Sandra 159 

Novotny, Sandra 159 

Nowosielski, Denise 159 

Nuttall, Richard 159 



0*Conner, Daniel 144 
O'Conner, David 159 
Officer, Clarice (Ms.) 104 
Ogle, Lisa 144 
O'Haver, Richard 159 
Oler, Paul 144 
Oliver, David 159 
O'Neill, Daniel 144 
Ooley, Jeff 116 
Opel, Douglas 72,159 
Orchestra 80 
Orcutt, Chris 116 
O'Rear, Karen 144 
O'Rear, Kathy 78,159 
Ott, William 48,159 
Otto, David (Mr.) 104 
Oufmann, Brad 159 
Owen, Charles 11,127 
Owen, Larry 144 
Owens, Lola 127 
Owings, James 144 



o 



Ockley, Paula 144 



Padgett, Ken 144 
Padro, Luis 127 
Padro, Manuel 144 
Padro, Raul 71 
Paff, Donald 78,127 
Paff, Sean 144,145 
Page, Carolyn 144 
Page, Geneva 159 
Page, Kim 159 
Page, Jay 127 
Pagels, Kellv 159 
Pagels, Robin 144 
Palmer, Donald 74,127 
Palmer, Lucinda 127 
Parham, Donald 159 
Parham, Michael 144 
Parham, Victor 127 
Park, Katherine 48,144 
Park, Margaret 48,144 
Parker, Donna 144 
Parker, Lester 159 
Parks, Kathy 144 
Parmalee, Craig 166,95 
Pamell, Dariene 127 
Parrott, Mary 116,17 
Parrott, Steve 127 
Parson, Felicia 159 
Parys, Steve 159 
Paschal], Kennetha 39,116 
Pattersom, James 144 
Patterson, Lutricia 159 
Patton, John 116,55,93 
Penick, Niccola 144 
Pennington, William 104 
Pennybaker, Antony 159 
Perdue, Andree 159 
Perdue, Mario 116,82,86 
Perfidio, Lori 161 
Perkins, Gregory 144 
Perkinson, William 127 
Perry, Julie 144 
Perry, Kevin 144 
Pettijohn, Michael 144 
Pfeifer, Michael 159 
Phegley, Randall 127,82 
Pfeuffef, Deborah 116 
Pheuffer, Melissa 116 
Phillips, Calleen 116 
Phillips, Darrell 159 
Phillips, Jenny 144,95 
Phillips, Richard 5S,159 
Phillips, Yvonne 127 
Pickett, Carole 127 
Pickett, William 78,144 
Pickrell, Larry 72,144 
Pidcock, Patricia 127 
Piers, Sady 55,116 
Pigman, Patricia 161 
Pillow, Janice 161 
Pipino, Nicholas (Mr.) 104 
Piro, Debra 127 
Pitcher, Cassandra 78,144 
Pittman, Rodney 144 
Plant, Gregory 144 
Plummer, Joni 74,127,145 
Pollock, Theodore (Mr.) 104 
Ponto, David 35,116,166 
Posley, Amelia 144,95 
Potts, Jean Ann (Ms.) 104 
Potter, Yvette 78 
Powell, Debra 161 
Powell, Tom 161 
Power, Leroy 127 
Powers, Edward 116 
Pressel, Glen 145 
Preston, Thomas 89,161 
Prewitt, Cathy 161 
Price, Brian 161 



171/index 



Price, David 129,144 
Price, Spring 145 
Pride, Shirley 161 
Prince, Rebecca 145 
Prince, Tab 161 
Pritchard, Johnny 129 
Proctor, Jeffrey 129 
Proffitt, Douglas 161 
Proffitt, Larry 129 
Proffitt, Nadine 129 
Puckett, David 161 
Puckett, Frank 145 
Purcell, Kathleen 145 
Pursell, David 161 



Qualizza, Joseph 129 
Quarles, Crystal 161 
Quesnell, Cathy 145 
Quesnell, Christy 161 
Quire, Vickie 145 



Radovanovich, Borka 74,44,161 
Ragan, Curtis 129 
Ragan, Rhonda 161 
Ralston, David 145,82 
Earner, Jon 74,129,95 
Ramsey, Donald 145 
Ranee, Kennth 129 
Ratcliffe, Charles 58,129 
Ratcliffe, Edward 11,57,129,95 
Ray, Diana 116 
Ray, Jeanne 129 
Ray, Michael 161,63 
Reardon, Dennis 145 
Reason, Candy 129 
Reckert, Terry 69,57,129 
Redden, Michelle 129 
Redden, Mike 161 
Redmond, Teri 145 
Reed, April 145 
Reed, Donna 116 
Reed, Pamela 145 
Reed, Robert 64,161 
Reid, Joyce 145 
Reid, William 145 
Reinert, Sherry 129 
Remete, Evelyn 145 
Remete, Susan 129 
Rempe, Terry 145 
Retherford, Jennifer 161 
Retherford, Mike 116,166 
Retherford, Kathleen 145 
Reynolds, Kathy 145 
Reynolds, Tyrome 161 
Rhodes, Karen 129,82 
Rhodes, Mark 145,82 
Rhodes, Melanie 161 
Richardson, Deborah 129 
Richie, Karen 161 
Riding, Stephen 129 
Rifner, Shannon 161 
Rippy, Michael 145 
Risk, Steve 72,145 
Rittenhouse, Bambi 145 
Roark, Ruth 129 
Robbins, Vanessa 129 
Roberts, Bambi 145 
Roberts, Barbara 145 
Roberts, Jeff 129,64 
Roberts, Jack 161 
Robinson, Deana 161 
Robinson, Denise 52,129 
Robinson, Jim 161 
Robinson, Kathy 145 
Robinson, Kim 91,145,95 
Robinson, Kathleen 161 
Robor, Tom 145 
Rockel, Douglas 72,129 
Rodewald, James 145 
Rodewald, Robert 116 
Rodriguez, Celia 129 
Rodriquez, Dorothy 145 
Rogers, Albert 145,64 
Rogers, Katherline 116,82,95 
Rogers, Kim 161 
Rogers, Ann 161 
Rogers, Peggy 161 
Rogers, Robert 116 
Rogers, Sandra 145 
Rogers, Stewart 145 
Rogers, Tawana 145 
Rogier, Margaret 166 



Rogier, Mary 161 
Rogier, Sandra 129 
Root, Patricia 129 
Rose, Barbra 117 
Rose, Jon 145 
Rose, Sandra 146 
Ross, Bryant 161 
Ross, Ronald 117 
Rowe, Terry' 161 
Ruby, Carol 161 
Ruby, Rusty 145 
Rushton, Rhonda 74,161 
Rushton, Mark 69,57,145 
Russell, Brenda 161 
Russell, Deborah 161 
Russell, Karen 145 
Rutledge, Vickie 89,117 
Ruusma, Ene 55,136,82 
Ryan, Kevin 161 
Ryner, Debra 145 



Sabourin, Laurie 145 
Sachs, Steven (Mr.) 105 
Sadler, Sharman 145 
Satterfield, Dora 78 
St. Clair, Mark 78,117,95 
Salavon, Francine 117,95 
Salazar, Angela 145 
Salazar, Dennis 72,145,95 
Salazar, Michael 129 
Sallee, Sabrina 146 
Salvage, Harold 58,64,161 
Salvage, Paul 146 
Sanders, Benjamin ( Mr. ) 105 
Sanders, Cecil (Mr.) 105 
Santo, Keith 117,161 
Satterfield, Darian 146 
Sausser, Victoria 48,146,82 
Savage, Sherry 161 
Sayles, Cynthia 52,130 
Sayles, Derrick 161 
Scanlon, James 161 
Schantz, John 140 
Schantz, Kim 161 
Schantz, Lisa 146 
Schantz, William 130 
Schaub, Michael 162 
Schenk, Dina 91,130 
Schlimgren, Scott 146 
Schlimgen, Theresa 117 
Schluge, Monica 162 
Schroeder, Donald 58,162 
Schroeder, Roger (Mr.) 69,105, 

106,61 
Schroer, Craig 146,82 
Schroer, Teresa 117 
Scofield, Guy 130 
Scott, Carolyn 140 
Scott, Clifton ( Mr. ) 105 
Scott, Lee Ann 55,130 
Scott, Michael 146 
Scott, Valerie 162 
Scott, William 162 
Scruggs, Selena 146 
Seabolt, Cindy 146 
Sears, Carol 146 
Seats, Julie 146 
Sedam, Roland 146 
Seegel, Barbara 117 
Seegel, Susan 146 
Sells, Harold 146 
Sering, Timothy 162 
Sexton, Lorraine 146 
Sexton, Rebecca 117 
Shaffer, Debbie 146 
Shaffer, Ronald 71,57,130,64 
Shanks, Barbara 130,95 
Shanks, Janet 117,95 
Shanks, Joann 162 
Shannon, Phillip 57,146 
Shannon, Thomas 162 
Sharkey, Alice 162 
Shaw, Dwight (Mr.) 71,57,105 
Shaw, James 146 
Shaw, John 162 
Shaw, Roderick (Mr.) 105 
Sheehan, Janet 48,117,95 
Shelton, Gregory (Mr.) 105,64,66 
Shelton, Jerrv 146 
Shelton, Dar'lene 162 
Shelton, Marlene 162 
Shelton, Lora 146 
Shemwell, Gregory 146 
Shepard, Jeffrey 146,64 
Shepard, Terri 52,130,95 
Shepherd, David 117 
Sherrill, Jordie 162 
Shields, Karin 162,95 
Shields, Katherine 130 
Shields, Theresa 117 



Shinkle, Xora 162 

Shinklem, Richard 146 

Shinkle, Robert 130,87 

Shipp, Linda 146,162 

Shippoli, Mike 146 

Shockency, Debbie 162 

Shockency, James 162 

Shook, Minnisa 130 

Shriver, Mark 64,162 

Shrontz, Charles 130 

Shuffitt, Richard 162 

Shufitt, Robert 146 

Scull, Gregory 130 

Sicking, David 162 

Simmons, David 146,61 

Simms, Ricky 162 

Simpson, James 146 

Sims, Larry 146 

Sinnett, Dan 146 

Sinnett, David 117 

Sinnett, Joseph 117 

Sipes, Michael 69,57,117,95 

Skaggs, Rodney 146 

Skeel, Deborah 117 

Skelley, Linda 162 

Skelley, Sandra 146,95 

Skirvin, Cadance 117 

Skirvin, Pamela 117 

Slabaugh, Michael (Mr.) 64,66,105 

Sladney, Mary 146 

Slater, Rodney 146 

Slicer, Deanna 146 

Slicer, Edgar 130 

Slicer, Robert 162 

Slinker, Nathan 162 

Sloan, Jeffrey 130 

Sluss, Deborah 162 

Smartz, David 74,105 

Smith, Anita 162 

Smith, Beverly 162 

Smith, Becky 162 

Smith, Bill 162 

Smith, Claude 146 

Smith, Deborah 162,95 

Smith, Elaine 35,117 

Smith, Frances (Ms.) 104 

Smith, Gail 117 

Smith, Gary 48,146 

Smith, Gordon 117 

Smith, Gregg 162 

Smith, Joyce 162 

Smith, Keith 162 

Smith, Kenneth 130 

Smith, Kevin 146,63 

Smith, Larry 146 

Smith, Linda 130,95 

Smith, Lynette 162 

Smith, Marcella 130 

Smith, Paul 117 

Smith, Jay 117 

Smith, Rebecca 146 

Smith, Robert 117 

Smith, Robert 130,92,78,87 

Smith, Roger 147 

Smith, Ronald 89,82,162 

Smith, Sharon 130 

Smith, Stephanie 82,162 

Smith, Stephannie 147 

Smith, Terry 147 

Smith, Terry 162 

Smith, Thomas 71,57,58,130 

Smith, Tommy 147 

Smith, Valerie 162 

Smith, William 162 

Smith, Willie 147 

Snow, Jennifer 147 

Snow, Marsha 162 

Snyder, Clifford ( Mr. ) 105 

Snyder, Gary 117 

Snyder, Perry 162 

Snyder, Ronald 35 

Soares, Casey 162 

Soares, Phillip 130 

Sokolek, Alex 117 

Sokolek, Christina 147 

Sokolek, Steve 57,71,130,61 

Solomon, Gary 130 

Soots, Beckie 162 

Soots, James 130 

South, Richard 147 

Southern, James 147 

Spang, Alan 69,147 

Spang, Linda 162 

Spang, Wes 71 

Spriesterbach, Tim 147 

Springer, Christopher 163 

Springer, Dennis 163 

Sproule, Barbara 163 

Stadler, Susan 130 

Stafford, Janet (Ms.) 105 

Stanley, Colleen ( Ms. ) 105 

Stanley, Kenneth (Mr.) 35,105 

Starling, Glenda 130 

Staudt, Theresa 163 

Staup, Robert (Mr.) 105 

Steadman, Ruth 55,118 

Steadman, Timothy 163 



Steen, Linda 163 

Steen, Terry 130 

Steiner, Becky 130 

Steiner, Mary 52,163 

Stellhom, Cari 163 

Stephens, Jeffrey 69,130 

Stephens, Stanley 58 

Stephenson, Eva 147 

Stephenson, Tamara 163,95 

Sterrett, Cheryl 163 

Sterret, Mary Jane 118,87 

Stevens, Mark 71,57,130,64,65,95 

Stevens, Mildred (Ms.) 31,105 

Stevens, Scot 163 

Stevens, Scott 163 

Stewart, Robert 130 

Stimer, Barbara 147 

Stigler, George 130 

Stockdale, Danny 71,57,147,64 

Stockhoff, Dennis 163 

Stogsdill, Terry 131 

Stoops, Monica 163 

Stough, Dianna 163 

Stough, Linda 118 

Stover, Cindy 163 

Strack, Jane 118,17,95 

Strathman, Donald 147 

Street, Bill 163 

Street, Melvin 131 

Stringer, Julie 163 

Strother, Cindy 

Stuart, Diana 147 

Strunk, Kevin 163 

Stubbs, Donald 163 

Stubbs, Ronald 163 

Stull, Kirk 163 

Stuttle, Teresa 147 

Suhre, Jeffrey 58,64,163,93 

Suhre, Michael 131 

Sullivan, Donna 147 

Sullivan, Donnie 163 

Sullivan, Harry (Mr.) 105 

Sulzberger, Gary 147 

Sulzberger, Paul 131 

Surdi, Lisa 131 

Surface, Kevin 163 

Sutton, Marilyn 163 

Swan, Eric 147 

Swann, Cheryl 147 

Swann, Sheila 163 

Swem, Kerri 118 

Swinford, Becky 163 

Swinford, Guy 69,147 



Tandy, Michael 163 

Talcott, Brian 118 

Taylor, Anthony 58 

Tavlor, Betrv 163 

Taylor, Fred 35,118 

Taylor, Isaiah 147 

Taylor, James 147 

Taylor, Joann 163 

Taylor, Teena 163 

Teepee, Teresa 118 

Tennis Team 72 

Terry, Debra 147 

Terry, Vicki 131 

Tevault, Imogene (Ms.) 104 

Tevault, Suzanne 118,17 

Tewell, Mark 147 

Thames, Roxanne 131 

Theyssen, Terry 131 

Thomas, Connie 147 

Thomas, Debra 131 

Thomas, Michael 163 

Thomas, Rose 147 

Thomas, Sheila 163 

Thomas, Sylvester 147 

Thomas, Victoria 147 

Thomerson, Gary 13,118,95 

Thompson, Amos 163 

Thompson, Deborah 147 

Thompson, Karen 164 

Thompson, Karl 58,147 

Thompson, Keith 164,63 

Thompson, Kenneth 164,63 

Thompson, Michael 69,147 

Thompson, Rose 164 

Thompson, Sandra 147,95 

Thonnan, Richard 164 

Thome, Stephanie (Ms.) 27,105 

Thornton, Elaine 147,164 

Tibbott, Tracy 164 

Tichenor, Ricky 71,57,58,131 

Tiptom, Harold 147 

Tincher, Greg 131,147 

Tippit, Daniel 118 

Todd, Gary 164 

Tomasallo, Linda (Ms.) 105 

Tompkins, Dan 147 



172/index 



Tompkins, Tommy 35,118 
Toney, Elaine 164 
Toney, Eloise 147 
Toole, Mark 164 
Toran, Regina 147 
Tormey, Cheryl 147 
Toth, James 164 
Totton, James 131 
Track Team 70 
Traylor, Marc 166 
Tremain, Gail 164 
Tressler, Brice (Mr.) 91,105 
Trester, Robin 164,95 
Tretter, Neva (Ms.) 104 
Triplet, Junita 147 
Troutman, Kenneth 148 
Troutman, Debra 164 
Trowbridge, Larry 148 
Trowbridge, Michael 164 
Trowbridge, Sheila 131 
Trusty, Jon 148 
Tucker, Andrew 72,131,63 
Tucker, Rita 164 
Tullis, Elizabeth 164 
Tunstall, John 89,58 
Turner, Micheal 72 
Turner, Mike 131,148 
Turner, Ronald 164 
Tuttle, Pamela 131 
Tuttle, Paul 5S,64,164 
Tuttle, Vicki 118 
Twigg, Larry 48,148 
Twigg, Terry 118 
Tyson, John 148 



u 



Uberto, Charles 164 
Uesseler, Jean (Ms.) 105 
Uhlan, Al 148 
Uhlenhake, Daniel 57,131 
Uhlenhake, Mark 164 
Ulrey, Carmel 148 
Ulam, John 131 
Ulam, Steven 164 
Unangst, Donna 131 
Unangst, Janice 164 
Utver, Mark 164 



Van Cleave, Carolyn 148 
Van Cleave, Richard 148 
Vandermeulen, Mark 164 
Vandever, Michael 164 
Vandever, Treasa 164 
Van Leer, Talitha (Ms.) 105 
Vardaman, John 105,107 
Vaughn, Jerry 118 
Vincel, Eleanora 164 
Vincel, Joseph 118 
Vincel, Raymond 131 
Vitz, Elaine 148 
Vonburg, Cynthia 164 
Volz, Jacqualine 118 



Volz, Rebecca 131 
Vorek, Cindy 148 
Vaughn, Dennis 58 
Wade, Raumon 164 



w 



Waggoner, Dennis 164 
Waldman, Joan (Ms.) 105 
Walford, Gregory 148 
Walker, Bradley 148 
Walker, Brenda 164 
Walker, Bruce 148 
Walker, Bruce 131 
Walker, David 131 
Walker, David 118 
Walker, Jeff 131 
Walker, Joyce 131 
Walker, Patricia 148,95 
Walker, Terry 164 
Walker, Vickie 78,118 
Wall, Tresia 148 
Waller, Deborah 131 
Walls, David 131 
Walls, Jan a 118 
Walls, Natalie 148 
Walters, Carolyn 164 
Walters, Connie 118 
Walter, Donna 131 
Walters, Peggy 118 
Walton, Raymond 148 
Wampler, Douglas 69,58,131 
Wampler, Richard 58,164 
Wampler, William 148 
Ward, Barry 148 
Ware, Karen 165 
Wamecke, Christopher 
Warner, Michael 131 
Warner, Timothy 69,148 
Warren, Elizabeth 165 
Washington, Mavis 148 
Washington, Ricci 165 
Washington, Richard 165 
Washington, Sharon 165 
Washington, Vannette 148 
Waters, Melanie 148 
Watford, Michael 165 
Watson, Cindy 165 
Watson, Nils 148 
Watson, Keith 148 
Watson, Carol 118 
Watson, Timothy 165 
Waugh, Judith (Ms.) 105,138 
Weathers, Rebecca 131 
Weaver, Alberta 165 
Weaver, Bryan 148 
Weaver, Donald 78,118,95 
Weaver, Jack (Mr.) 105 
Weaver, Janet (Ms.) 105,95 
Weaver, Paula 118 
Weaver, Robert 105 
Weaver, Theresa 148 
Weaver, William 78,148,71 
Weaver, Renee 165 
Webb, Robbie 48 
Webb, Leroy 16,85 
Webber, Mary 104 
Weir, James 165 
Weir, Leda 118 
Weir, Stephanie 165 
Weir, Steven 58,148 



Welch, Karen 165 
Welhoelter, Charles 48,78 
Welhoelter, Eric 165 
Weller, Connie 148 
Wells, Lisa 165 
Wells, Mary 148 
Wenger, John 148 
Wertenberger, Elenor 131 
West, George 165,63 
West, Ronda 148 
West, Sarita 165,95 
Westerfield, Bobby 118 
Weston, Stephen 131,64 
Whatley, Gloria 148 
Whatley, Willie 131 
Wheasler, Roger 165 
Wheatley, Terri 148 
Wheeler, Jimmy 148 
Wheeler, Linda 148 
Wheller, Micheal 165 
White, Dean 148 
White, Diane 165 
White, Gene 148 
White, John 131 
White, Kevin 131 
White, Marjorie 165 
White, Pamela 165 
White, Perry 131,61 
White, Rhonda 148 
Whitenhead, Micheal 133 
Whitfield, Vickie 133 
Whitesides, Joseph 133 
Whitis, Janet 148,82 
Whitney, Delbert 148 
Whitney, Terry 165 
Whitney, Viola 165 
Whittle, Marsha 148 
Whyde, Kathy 24,133,82,95 
Wicker, Patrick 133 
Wiggins, Christina 165 
Wildrick, Richard 133 
Wilkerson, Gregory 165,63 
Wilkerson, Jay 133,143,82,63 
Wilkerson, Mark 165 
Wilkerson, Michael 148 
Wilkie, Tina 148 
Willan, Jacqueline 133 
Willan, Lenny 118 
Willey, Michael 165 
Williams, Carol 133 
Williams, David 133 
Williams, Donna 133 
Williams, Evelyn 52,133,95 
Williams, Frank 78,148,82,86 
Williams, Gary 165 
Williams, George 165 
Williams, Ira 118 
Williams, Julie 165 
Williams, Kevin 57,133 
Williams, Kristen 148 
Williams, Lowrey 133 
Williams, Michael 165 
Williams, Nancy (Ms.) 105 
Williams, Roy 48,133 
Winters, John 133 
Williams, Rebecca 165 
Williams, Rimmie 148 
Williams, Robert 58,165 
Williams, Ronald 71,133 
Williams, Timothy 133 
Williams, Tom 165 
Williamson, Douglas 166 
Wills, Carl 166 
Wills, Larry 166 
Wilson, Cheryl 166 
Wilson, Gregory 133 



Wilson, Janet 82,166 
Wilson, John 78,148 
Wilson, Robert 148 
Wilson, Shawn 166 
Wininger, Brian 148 
Wininger, Melinda 166 
Winston, Sheila 166 
Winters, Barbara (Ms.) 104 
Winters, Elizabeth 119 
Winters, Michael 148 
Wolf, Lisa 166 
Wolf, Tina 133 
Wolfe, Roger 133 
Wolfe, Valerie 166 
Wommack, Kimberly 52,166 
Wood, Cynthia 74,166,95 
Woodcock, Kevin 166 
Woodcock, Kirk 148 
Woodfork, Connie 148,82 
Woods, Gary 133 
Woodman, Chiens 104 
Woody, Brent 119 
Woolsey, Tommie 58,166 
Worley, William 148 
Worrell, Julie 148 
Worth, Richard 133 
Wrancher, Kathy 144 
Wray, Davis 119 
Wray, Thomas 166 
Wrestling, Frosh 65 
Wrestling, JV 64 
Wrestling, Varsity 64 
Wright, Brenda 133 
Wright, John 119 
Wright, Joe 148 
Wright, Mark 166 
Wright, Timothy 133 
Wvatt, Jeffrev 166 



Yarbrough, Barbara 166 
Yaryan, Samuel 166 
Yates, Carolyn 133 
Yates, Ruth 148 
York, Garry 166 
York, Steve 133 
Young, Debra 148 
Young, Donald 148 
Young, Paula 133 
Young, Roger 148 
Young, William 166 
Youngs, Ross 72,48,148 



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Zang, Deborah 133 
Zerbo, Jane (Ms.) 105 
Ziegel, Eva 119,95 
Ziesmer, Lauren 78,133,87 
Zimmerman, Vickie 119 
Zoller, Mark 166 
Zoller, Patricia 148 



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1973 — a peak year, 

a time of easing racial 

tension and overcrowded 

conditions; 

resolving disillusions as 

we applaud the end of 

the war . . . 

the return of Colonel James 

Kasler to Indy . . . 

Kasler to Indy . . . 

the $400,000 vocational 

addition . . . 

the IPS and IEA compromise; 

we were saddened by the 

death of Custodian 

Roy Lee Raisor . . . 

and the use of mace at 

school; 

yet, perhaps one year is 

similar to the next . . . 

the cast of characters 

keeps revolving, 

but the plot remains the 

same . . . 

so maybe we've reached our 

goal . . . 

we are united . . . 

we have accepted 

compromises . . . 

we have widened our circle 

of compassion. 




Acknowledgements | 



Despite the interruptions of little 
sleep, pizza hunger pains, hanging 
Jarc's Snoopy-the-Dog, rescuing 
Phyllis from the window, and 
nightly typing sessions, the 1973 
Marhiscan has come to a conclu- 
sion. Our thanks go to Newsfoto 
Representative Dick Kennard, to 
Paula Studios, to Beverly Studios 
and to Ed Bowers and Gene Alva- 
rez from Tower Studios for their 
professional assistance. Also for 
the several attempts of our aerial 
shot, we would like to thank 
Harold Brown, Dannie Lewallen 
and Metropolitan Airport. 

Our appreciation goes to Jean 
Kane, who along with the staff, 
spent many free hours helping to 
make the '73 Marhiscan a consist- 
ent book. And finally the most 
sincere thanks goes to Ms. Janet 
Eberle, without who the Marhiscan 
would never have been possi- 
ble. 

— Sharon and Pat 




Co-Editors-in-Chief . . . Sharon Crowe, Pat Lewallen 

Copy Editor Ene Ruusma 

Chief Photographer John Moyer 

Academics Editor Debby Jarchow 

Co-Sports Editors Mark Combs, Jay Wilkerson 

Organizations Editor Judy Martin 

Senior Album Editor Lynne Cory 

Underclass Album Editor .... Suzanne Messersmith 

Index Editor Phyllis Morgan 

Business Manager Steve Nokes 

Photographers Colleen Montgomery, 



Gary Degler, Gary Diliahay, Karen Enochs, 
Leesa Foreman, Mike Logan, Mario Perdue, 
David Ralston. 

Staff Doug Bradford, 

Jan Burleson, Kelly Cookerly, Ronda Copass, 
Rick Duling, Earl Ewers, Jill Harlow, Jim Heath, 
Brenda Hughett, Jackie Lepscum, Dee Dee Lutt- 
rell, Jim McGow, Kathy O'Rear, Terry Rowe, 
Vickie Sausser, Tom Shannon, Mark Shriver. 

Adviser Ms. Janet Eberle 



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