**Vol. 12, No. 9**
February 2, 1968
- "Lockheed, Cub in joint project" - by Kevin Welton. Photo, by Hal Sampson of Junior Mike Lee
- "Center re-opening rejected in vote" "Charleston Center" to remain closed to students.
- "Principal leaving". Dr. Scott Thomson announced his departure at the end of the school year to become superintendent of Evanston Township High School in Illinois after four years at Cubberley.
- "Ray Fleming on council" Teacher Ray Fleming named to Palo Alto Human Relations Council.
- "'Gas Heart' presents fantastic techniques" by Sallie Neall. Advanced Drama production of Tristan Tzara's dadaist play. Directed by Tim Wise.
- "Fund Sale Plans Made" - Chocolate sale to fund a Peace Corps Partnership Program. Photo by Howard Fisher of Student Activities Commissioner Mickey Suen.
- "USM measure meets defeat". Student Legislature overturned a resolution protesting the "restrictive ruling" made by the Palo Alto School Board.
- "...fight or switch?" Editorial by Allison Wissig. Palo Alto High School was using an expensive outside printing service for their student newspaper, resulting in costs being made up by the district.
- "The Monicle", column by Doug Monica regarding the USM and their desire to advocate and hold activities of a political nature.
- "Worms View", column by Bob Melosh. A humerous piece describing why he chose the name for this column.
- "Talented senior triumphs". Senior Roxanne Canoose accepted to the All-California High School Orchestra.
- "Scholarships available to the bright and industrious"
- "Cougar kitchen ruled by male gourmets", by Dan Lindberg. Photo by Wylie Chenn. Article about 18 boys who chose to take cooking classes.
- "Think Snow!" Announcement of ski trip.
- "Dune buggies to compete". Announcing Grand National Roadster Show in Oakland.
- "Connaway leads woodside rampage over Cub cagers".
- "Soccer team records win"
- "Students to hear talk on Negro Boycott" Article regarding a meeting to discuss the "proposed Negro boycott of the 1968 Olympic Games".
- "Cougers making run for title"
- "Matmen meet first defeat"
- "Strong showing in SPAL Inv" (wrestling)
- Charleston Cleaners
- Robert A. Green, State Farm
- Bird's Quality Ice Cream
- Bergman's department store
- Congdon & Crome, Inc.
- Clothes of Habit
- Drapers Music Center
- Cubberley Hukilau
- Antiques, Etc.
- Palo Alto Driving School
- Dick Felt's Store for Boys
- Macy's ("meet SF Warriors star Nate Thurmond")