Vol. 13, No. 10
Dec 20, 1968
Headlines from Page 1
- The front page had the headline "Tis the season... to be jolly", and a photograph of a Christmas Tree and two singing angels.
Headlines from Page 2
- "Let the spirit last", editorial by Bernice Sakuma. A reflection on a visit by Bernice to Galileo High School.
- "Beatles LP makes hit "Back in the U.S. - S. A." by Rebecca Perry. A review of the new Beatles "White Album"
- "Dandelion", column by Art Ignacio about Christmas and Santa Claus.
- "Venturing", column by Ann Taboroff reviewing the Beatles film "Yellow Submarine"
Headlines from Page 3
- "Peace", by Missy LaTelle - a fictional piece about pollution and Peepels.
- "The true meaning", by Cindy Anderson
- "Joyeux Noel", poem by Steve Coniglio
- "Bethlehem Project", by Steve Coniglio.
- "Those Gifts", poem by Missy LaTelle
- "That age-old tradition", by Doug Peterson. Christmas traditions.
Page 4 and Page 5 were a computer generated calendar foldout.
Headlines from Page 6
- "Moustache award tonight", with photo of Craig Chung (by Bill Parrish)
- "Oldsters speak out on today's issues, teens.
- "Three students chosen for CAC"
- "Christmas customs shared", by Susanne Levitsky
- "Cub virtuosos revealed in Oaxacan voice contest"
- Photo, by Bill parrish (apparently not tied to any story) of Dr. Fern Bruner and counselor John Gates. Caption says they went to special in-service training on drugs problems.
Headlines from Page 7
- "B Hoopsters look good in first games"
- "Cubberley booters nab pair in tourney" (Photo of Art Ignacio by Michael Parrish).
- "Girl B-Ballers split with Gunn"
- "Wrestlers shoot for SPAL championship (photo, by Bill Parrish of wrestlers Laddie Green and Dave Hanabusa. )
Headlines from Page 8
- "Cougar varsity cagers crushed by SCVAL foes"
- "The Old Prose Shop", column by Chris Martin.
- "Five Coug gridders honored". Photos of Craig Clark, Kelly Schulz, Todd Starks, Jim Callahan, and John Kmetovic.
This edition had no ads.