Volume 13, No. 2
September 20, 1968
- "Sequoia transfers arrive", by Mike Macovski. 28 Students from Ravenswood (16 new this year) attending Cubberley. This program was previously known as the "sneak-in program", and later as the "multicultural program".
- Photo, by Matt Cassell, of Sallie Neall advertisinig the upcoming Senior Frolics.
- "HRC hears students on area drug problem", by David Thiemann.
- "Change in office". Communications Commissioner Wendy Lesser resigned and was replaced by Craig Chung.
- "Cub band needs lift". Benefit event planned to help take the Cubberley Band to sister city Oaxaca, Mexico.
- "New election policy to foster large vote".
- Photo (by Hal Sampson), showing principal Dave Stanard celebrating his birthday being fed cake by a female student.
- Editorial, by Bernice Sakuma "A Special Welcome". Welcoming black transfer students from the Sequoia district.
- Column "Cougar Tales", by Gene Plagge - regarding littering. Photo with caption "Don't Leave it".
- Column "the deadlight", by Steve Coniglio - regarding his participation in the Boys State Convention" in Sacramento.
- Column "Catastrophes", by Art Ignacio - regarding the colors of the school.
- Column "Venturing", by Ann Taboroff, review of "The Two of Us", and "Rosemary's Baby"
- "Students return - when's the next boat back?", by Laurie Briskin. Article about seniors Donna De Genova, Scott Smith, and Norman Anderson and their experiences overseas as exchange students. Photo by Charles Scott.
- "New teachers make appearance on campus". New teachers Miss Linda Berkeley, Mr. Richard Condon, Miss Pamela Highlen, Mr. Christopher Rich, Mr. Kenneth Winkes, Mr. Clarence Bakken (formere intern at Cubberley), Miss Diana Dale, Mr. Paul Rago, Mr. Terry Edeli, Mr. Charles Rogers, Mr. Leonard Hill, Miss Tamara Katkov, Mrs. Lou Ann Large, Miss Kathleen Lau, Miss Marilyn Mayo, Mr. Gerald Ockerman, Miss Gayle Joslin, and Mrs. Nancy Wolford.
- "Club Week set aside for Oct.
- "Heritage tour taken by Cubberley duo", by Carol Crosby. Story about Christine Gill and Mark Yarken who went on the American Heritage tour.
- "Attnetion Skiers"
- "Classes Try Sensitivity Training". Experiments plpanned by Mr. Ron Jones and Mr. James Warford's social studies classes. Students were given the Differential Values Inventory. Reference to "the third wave" experiment.
- "Once Upon a Time... there lived three beauties and three hairy beasties". Humerous article with photo (by Bill Parrish) showing Mr. Michael Dale, and Mr. James Warford pretending to prepare to shave Mr. Miles Putman. (taken at the Charleston Center Barber Shop) All 3 teachers had grown "facial hair" over the summer. The "three beauties" (photo by Hal Sampson showing Miss Kathryn Lau and Miss Maarilyn Mayo). refer to three new young female teachers.
- "Key club open to bonfire ideas"
- "Counselors clue parents in on post-high-school plan".
- "Gridders open '68 campaign tonight", by Chris Martin.
- "The Old Prose Shop", column by Chris Martin.
- "Cat coach is on the prowl"
- "Water polo squad eyes league crown". Photo of Dan St. John.
- Photo of tracker John Stockwell
- Congdon & Crome, Inc.
- Dana Morgan Music Shop
- Fantasyland (Art, Craft, and decorating Supplies)
- Charleston Cleaners
- Bird's Quality Ice Cream
- Douglas Sewing Machines - Fabrics
- Stanford Sport Shop
- Schneiders (370 University)
- Dick Felt's
- Swain's House of Music