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Merry Christmas TIGER TOPICS Vol, 8, No. 6 Crispus Attucks High School, Indianapolis, Ind. Dec. 19, 1975 And Happy New Year Gen. Rogers Visits ROTC Units Here Major General Charles Calvin Rog¬ ers, currently assigned deputy chief of staff for ROTC, visited here on Nov. 25. He expressed appreciation for the strong student body, faculty and the JROTC program here, noting that it is one of the best programs in the city. He also acknowledged that the Tiger drill teams, who performed for him, are outstanding. After 24 years in the army. Gen. Rogers has outstanding achievements in his own record. He has attended the Field Artillery School, the US Army Artillery and Missile School for an advanced course, the US Army Command and General Staff College, and the US Army War College. In addition he earned a BS degree in mathematics from West Virginia State College and a master's degree from Shippenburg State College. Among his awards and decorations are the Congressional Medal of Honor, the Legion of Merit, the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star Medal with V device and three Oak Leaf Clusters, Air Medal with nine Oak Leaf Clusters, the Purple Heart, the National Defense Service Medal, Para¬ chutist Badge, Vietnam Service Med¬ al, Vietnam Campaign Medal. With the help of the home econom¬ ics department, the ROTC units served a dinner with the principal and vice-principals as guests. »—1 ndianapolis, I ndian B7 Permit No. 1553 U.S. Postage Paid ^ o n-Profit Orga inizati S GENERAL Charles Calvin Rogers addresses ROTC personnel on Nov. 25. in visit here Mayor Praises Girl Athletes Mayor Richard G. Lugar honored the girls volleyball team recently in his plush conference room high atop the city-county building. The mayor expressed his congratu¬ lations to the team members and Coach Diane Brandstetter for their participation in the volleyball state finals. This positive recognition for the city and its schools is greatly ap¬ preciated, according to Lugar. Also present were the members of the North Central High SchooFs state championship girls golf team, which recently captured the state crown, and Lugar praised them for their efforts. After a picture-taking session with teams and then individuals, the groups congratulated each other and re¬ turned to their respective schools. January 78-79 Guernsey, Moore Leads in ''Death'' Play Death will take a holiday on the stage of the auditorium Jan. 17-18 as the Drama Club presents their first production of the year. The play Death Takes a Holiday was written by Alberto Casella. Glenn Fisher, Drama Club sponsor, summar¬ izes it as about a period in time in which the figure Death decides to take a holiday to try to find out why people view death as so monstrous. In his assumption of a human form he finds some answers and poses some questions that give the audience a chance to review their own attitudes toward death. Kevin Moore, a veteran of the CAHS stage, is cast as Prince Sirki with Kim Guernsey as Grazie. These two leading characters are aided by Ernest Hacker as the chauffeur, Jeff Gum- mere as the butler, Dudley Bandy as the duke, Darlene Douglas as Alda, Susan Hack as Stephanie, Maureen Stucker as the princess, Lyle Hutch¬ ings as the baron, Pam Guernsey as Rhoda, David Calvert as Eric, Rich¬ ard Dukes as Darryle, and Michael Woods as Major Whitread. FALL SPORTS AWARDS GIVEN TO MOST VALUABLE PRE-PROS Several students received awards for fall sports including football, cross-country, tennis and volleyball. In football, the most valuable player SKATERS FORM NEW CLUB HERE One of the newest clubs here is also one of the most unusual. It is the Rollerskating Club sponsored by Mrs. Elfie Cicak and Mrs. Elaine Davis. The club skates every Thursday afternoon at 3:00 at the Rollerland Skating Rink, 926 N. Pennsylvania. Members are charged 50^ to skate, including the rental of skates. Usual¬ ly the group skates for about two and one half hours. Anyone is welcome to join the club, providing they pick of parent per¬ mission slips in room 306. award was given to Tony Miller, who also received the most valuable of¬ fensive back award and the most valuable offensive player award. The most valuable lineman award was given to Gary Smith and most valu¬ able defensive back award was given to Angelo Moore. The most valuable defensive lineman award was given to Morris Gurnell. In cross-country, Darryl Ransom was voted as most valuable player. The cross-country team placed third Christmas vacation Dec. 19-Jan. 5. Enjoy every minute. in the city, and thirteenth in the Sectionals. James Garner was chosen as the most valuable player for Tennis. The volleyball team, which fin¬ ished as one of the state finalists, chose Anne Huber their most valua¬ ble player. Anne also received the mental attitude award. Field Trip Gives Insiglits In Psyche Mr. Ron Riechel Psychology teacher took Psychology students to the La- Rue Carter Mental Hospital. The purpose of this trip was to hear psychologists and psychiatrists lecture about mental health. Students were not able to observe any of the patients because this is said to be an invasion of privacy.
|Title||Tiger Topics, Dec. 19, 1975|
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Crispus Attucks High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)
|Date||Dec. 19, 1975|
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