Volume 13, No. 3
October 4, 1968
- "Here come da flood - Noah Sets Sail" - drama "Noah's Lark", planned. To be directed by Senior Sallie Neall. Jessie Dunbar and Jim Miller to star.
- "Students to advise Santee". Superintendent of schools Harold Santee sets up a "student advisory council".
- "Senior citizens join Cub". An attempt to invite seniors from the Adlai Stevenson House to visit and become involved at Cubberley. Photo by Charles Scott showing Cougarette Carol Crosby with one of the residents.
- "Retreat studies human relations", by Mike Macovski. Article on the Multicultural Activities retreat.
- "New officers appointed to fill vacancies", by Tony Pitre. Photo (by Charles Scott) showing Communications Commissioiner Craig Chung and Human Relations Commissioner Jim Christian.
- "Walk thru the Looking Glass", outlines homecoming activities.
- Editorial, "Eenie or meanie or?" by Bernice Sakukma regarding the California senatorial contendors Max Rafferty and Allen Cranston.
- Editorial, "A measure of apathy", by Mike Hamilton. Article critical of new election policy.
- Column "Dandeliion", by Art Ignacio. Dealing as being the cubberley mascot, "The Cougar".
- Column - "The Stahl", by "D. M. Stahl" (Matt Stahl). Regarding the people running for president.
- "Transfers arrive from South" regarding three transfer students from the southern region of the US. Including Magnolia Farmer, Jesse Dunbar, and Jim Christian. Photo, by Hal Sampson, showing Jesse Dunbar and Magnolia Farmer.
- "Methadrine use studied"
- "Class Elections reveal change in SB attitued". by Neil Howe (was this the start of a career for him?).
- "Cubberley teacher aides give departments a boost", by Laurie Briskin.
- "Cubberley Teacher Aides give departments a boost", by Laurie Briskin. Article about teachers aides Mrs. Janet Harrison, Mrs. Lina Moffitt, Mrs. Jeanette Basham, Mrs. Norma Bryant, Mrs. Ann Bandy.
- "Cub seniors attend NSF". Cubberley seniors Roland Kishmirian, Mike Lee, Bill Parrish, Dan Chan, and Gene Plagge all attended summer NSF courses. Humerous photo by Hal Sampson showing the students demonstrating questionable lab technique in the chemistry lab.
- '"S" Club open to all girls", Soroptomist organization.
- "Senior moonlights training horses", by Donna De Genova. Article on Kacy Crystal with her hobby of horse training and riding.
- "Girls' hockey team revived"
- "Cougars give Sequoia a scare". Photo, by Steve Conlglio, showing Fullback Dave Rose.
- "The Old Prose Shop", column by Chris Martin.
- "Lightweight B-ballers open '68 campaign".
- "9.7 sprinter inherited"
- "Sophes bow in opener, 19-6"
- Charleston Barber Shop
- Congdon and Crome
- Robert A. Green - State Farm Insurance
- Charleston Center Pharmacy
- Earrings 4041 El Camino.
- Douglas Fabrics
- Drapers Music
- Fantasyland Jewelry
- Dana Morgan Music Shop
- Dick Felts, 555 Bryant.