Volume 13, No. 1
September 6, 1968
- "...ready for "learning year", by Claudia Marchman. Former dean David Stanard became principal of Cubberley and discusses his plans for the year. Photo by Hal Sampson showing model of proposed social studies / library building to be built in the Senior Court.
- "SB officers promise unity".
- "What IS a Catamount"?
- Get acquainted the thirteenth (dance announcement"
- BSU (Black Student Union) plans to develop own program.
- Campaign starts for class officers
- SB cards aid activitities.
- Editorial, by Bernice Sakuma "Watch your labels". about stereotyping.
- Column "The deadlight", by Steve Coniglio - Steve trims a monstor bush at his house and tells a lesson about the generation gap.
- Column "Catastrophes", by Art Ignacio.
- Sophomores "oriented" to Cubberley.
- "Front office services benefit Cub students. (Introducinig Mrs. Thelma Thomas, Activities Secretary, and Mrs. Doris Mezzapelle, Auditor.
- "Two new counselors selected". Introducing Mrs. Patricia Stroud and Miss Margaret Schorr.
- "First Black History course offered". Ray Fleming plans to teach a black history course.
- "Cougarettes take first place".
- "Varsity scrimmage set for Saturday"
- Sports Column "The Old Prose Shop", by Chris Martin.
- "Second's new look rates first on field"
- "Tankmen tagged to win"
- Football schedule.
- "New coach for Harriers" (Gerald Ockerman)
- Congdon & Crome, Inc.
- Dana Morgan
- Charleston Cleaners
- Drapers Music Center
- The Catamount
- Antiques, Etc.
- Fantasyland Jewelry, Art & Craft
- Dick Felts Store for Boys