Vol. 13, No. 7
Nov 15, 1968
Headlines from Page 1
- "Students move to meet campus racial problems", by Mike Macovski. Story regarding a class assembly about racial issues at the school. Photo, by Bill Parrish, of two Ravenswood pom-pom girls.
- "Mock votes show varied opinions" - Students did a mock vote for candidates in the U.S. presidential race.
- "Foo Young funds Mexico Trip". Fund raising chinese dinner to raise funds to send the band and chorale to Oaxaca, Mexico.
- "Mrs. Fewell acts as community counselor". Story on Mrs. Evelyn Fewell who was acting as a sort of ombudsman on school problems with the community. Photo by Hal Sampson.
Headlines from Page 2
- "The first step". editorial by Bernice Sakuma on dealing as inidividuals with the race issues.
- "Bike lanes planned for students"
- "Venturinig", column by Ann Taboroff - review of "Conflict of Power"
Headlines from Page 3
- "Oaxacan discovers Cub girls 'friendlier'", by Mike Macovski. (Photo by Neil Randles). Story on Tony Calleja's impressions of Cubberley while on a six-week visit.
- "'S.F. and Tehran alike' observes Iranian student". by Lauri Briskin. Iimpressions of Cubberley and the U.S. by Iranian exchange student Sima Elihu.
- "Students offered aid", article on scholarships.
Headlines from Page 4
- "Poloists' chances submerge", by Steve Rubesin. Water Polo.
- "Harriers are No. 1", by Dave Levitsky - Cross Country
- "Gridders take third straight", varsity football.
- "Cubs chalk up fourth straight". Sophomore football.
- "The Old Prose Shop", column by Chris Martin. Humerous piece linking popular TV shows to Cubberley student and faculty personalities.
- Page 2
- Dick Felt's
- Congdon & Crome, INc.
- Selix Formal Wear
- Page 3
- Douglas Fabrics and Sewing Machines
- Dana Morgan Music Shop
- Fantasyland Art, Craft, and Decorating
- Charleston Cleaners
- Antiques, Etc.
- Page 4
- T.C. Christy (Photo of football player Todd Starks with a "Surfer Cross")
- Swains House of Music
- Robert A. Green (State Farm Insurance)