Vol. 13, No. 15
March 21, 1969
Headlines from Page 1
- "Petitioning begins for SB Elections", by Louanne Freese
- "Candidates named for Hukilau kinig", by Lauri Tondow. Bruce Anderson, Craig Clark, John Kmetovic, Gary Prehn, Todd Starks and Bob Torcellini running.
- "The Big Ear searches for rumors' truth", by Cindy Anderson. Mrs. Claude Barlow running a rumor center sponsored by the :PTA.
- "Cub Band and Chroale present benefit concert", trying to raise funds to send musical groups to Oaxaca.
- "Constitution considered", by Rebecca Perry.
- "Job Clinic today!"
- "'S' Club pushes birthday buttons" Selling diamond aniversary buttons.
- "Mr. Jones requests hearing". Ron Jones of "Third Wave" fame, was notified on 15 March that his contract would not be renewed. He requested an open hearing. The Catamount was advised not to run any stories on this because of possible prejudicial influence. Photo by Chuck Scott.
Headlines from Page 2
- "Additional Apathy?", editorial by Ginnie Miller and Ginny Young. Discussion of new interest advisory system.
- "Strange Tales", column by Gordon Strange. Draws parallels between the Communist revolution in China with the film "The Wizard of Oz".
- "Ring that bell!?", column by Garrit Gong. Regarding dissection in the biology lab.
- "Feminine Fantasies", column by Leanna Wolfe. Regarding the abortion debate.
- Anonymous letter to the editor complaining about all the ruckus about Mr. Jones.
Headlines from Page 3
- "EARTHLIGHT", column by Holly Brian and Jan Clark. Regarding the horoscope.
- "'Alpha Phenomenon' studied by seniors. Cubberley seniors Scott Smith and Kenn Russell working with Stanford senior psychology major Jim Hartnett, regarding the alpha phenomenon.
- "Exchange to go on" - regarding exchange program with Ravenswood.
- "The Stahl", column by David Stahl - regarding the possibility of California falling into the ocean.
- "Spring is sprung! Photo of blooming tree by "Barber"
Headlines from Page 4
- "Discussions Planned", by D. Stewart and L. Tondow. Small groups of parents and teachers getting together to know one another better. Organized by Mrs. Paula Olinger.
- "'Sight-sound' collage shown", by Holly Brian. Multimedia show by Gunn High School humanities students.
- "Sophomores present 'Tafrija ya Africa'. By Leanna Wolfe. Photo (by Chuck Scott) of demonstrations of African Dances in Jim Warford and Ron Jones' classes.
- "Spirit ldeaders begin practicing", by Louanne Freese. Cheerleader tryouts.
- "Quartet to tour Australia". Four Cubberley students to make tour of Australia with the California Youth Symphony. Photo by Barber showing Jay Winograd, Gay Wuthman, Martin Chin, and Bruce Finch.
Headlines from Page 5
- "'New Cub' schedule revised. Plans for upcoming construction showing planned schedule.
- "Poetry Corner". Poems by Donna Lee, Eiko, Jan Clark, and Lynn Hawley.
- "What's new from the garden?" PLanned fashion show. Photo, by Mike Parrish, showing Rhonda Clark, Wendy Stevans, Kay Anderson, and Patti Harmon.
- "Scniors place in contests". Hal Sampson and Dan Chan place in science contest.
- "Schools completed", by Leanna Wolfe. Wilbur Junior High School reports the completion of a Peace Corps school In Entre Rios de Minas, Brazil) started several years ago by some Cubberley students.
Headlines from Page 6
- "Swimmers debut is promising", Photo, by Barber, showing Ron Young, Dave Frost, George Graeber, and Dan St. John.
- "Coug nine faces uphill battle", by Doug Peterson
- "Golfers hot on links"
- "Sophs fall to Vikings"
- "'Kep" merits SPAL honors
- "Spikers taste defeat in first two outings
- "Fishers control net play, by Matt Judnich. Photo, by Gong, showing Chip Fisher and Rick Fisher.
- Dick Felts
- Congdon & Crome
- Charleston Center Pharmacy
- Robert A. Green - State Farm Insurance
- Fantasyland Art, Craft & Decorating
- Dana Morgan Music Shop
- Douglas Sewing Machines and Fabrics
- TC Christy - Photo of Huey Williams and Dan St. John
- Bird's Qualilty Ice Cream
- Charleston Cleaners
- Drapers Music Center
- Ed's Auto Supply