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GIRLS DO IT AGAIN, TAKE REGIONAL It has been a long time since any team at Attucks has made it into the state finals, but now the girls volley¬ ball team has achieved it. First they won the city title, then the section¬ als, and now the regionals, advanc¬ ing them to the state meet Nov. 15 at Ben Davis High School. 'It was great and the players de¬ served it," exclaimed Coach Diane Brandstetter, "This is the first time that a city school has reached the state in volleyball." The first match of the regional con¬ test at Decatur Central started at 1 p.m. with the Tigers meeting Frank¬ lin Central, a strong team that came into the regionals with a 13-8 record. The match lasted two long hard games with time running out in both, but in the end the Tigers emerged victorious with scores of 14-12 and 12-8. After a break of three and a half hours, they met Franklin Community which had a 15-1 record. After three hard-played games, the Tigers had scores of 16-14, 12-15, 15-10. The final match found the Tigers playing a very strong 14-1 North Cen¬ tral team which placed second in the regionals last year. It took two games for the Tigers to take the match and the championship, 15-13, 15-12. Then pandemonium broke out among CAHS fans. The team played well, with Debbie Williams having the best game she had played all year. Anne Huber re¬ mained cool and collected and played a vigorous game. Diane Marsh's spike in the final game turned it around for the Tigers, while Meg Huber's serves gave the team several points as they rattled the North Central team. Paula Scholl also served well, gaining several aces. Sherri Pourshot and Denise Beuke played good de¬ fense. The Tigers now have a 26-1 record, possibly the best in the state. Team members expressed pleasure that so many fans came, especially among the faculty, because there was so little support during the season. There are now eight teams left out of 400 and those eight will meet at Ben Davis Nov. 15 for the state tournament. The first match will start at 2 p.m. against the winner of the Seymour regionals. If the Tigers win that one, the next match will be at 6 p.m. Finals will be at 7:30. The team's picture has been turned into the IHSAA and will be in the state program. The team works hard to prepare, running 20 laps every day around the big gym to build endurance. (Pictures on page 4) TIGER TOPICS Vol. 8, No. 5 Crispus Atucks High School Nov. 19, 1975 Business Department Receives New Equipment Mrs. Mildred Smith and the rest of the Business Department are very excited about the new additions to the department's equipment, ac¬ quired earlier this year. The new equipment, which few schools have, consists of an IBM Cor¬ recting Selectric typewriter, and an IBM Selectric 2 typewriter. This equipment, which is unique to the department's supply, is being used by the COE, Clerical Practice, and Advanced Typing classes. In the future the Business Depart¬ ment plans to receive four Lanier Transcribing Units and the latest Royal typewriter, the Royal 5000, be¬ cause, according to Mrs. Smith, this machine is faster, smarter, easier, quieter, more versatile, and it has a font like a regular IBM typewriter. In addition to the excitement over the new machines, Mrs. Smith is con¬ tinuously planning to update the de partment's supply by a rotating plan to exchange equipment every seven years. RAY NORRIS uses new machines in business ed department. Non-Profit OrganizatioD U.S. Postage Paid Permit No. 1553 Indianapolis, Indiana This issue features the busi¬ ness department, headed by Mrs. Mildred Smith. Student Council Visits GG Building, Meets Mayor Lugar Approximately fifty Student Coun¬ cil members and representatives of Youth for Crispus Attucks visited the City-County Building Oct. 27 for an interesting and educational after- The purpose of the trip was to give the students an idea of how the city government works. The program in¬ cluded short talks by each of the directors of the various departments in city government and then an in¬ formal question and answer period. The departments of Public Safety, Maintenance, and Public Works were among those discussed. Each student received an envelope with assorted pamphlets and booklets containing information about Indi¬ anapolis' city organization. The highlight of the afternoon came at 1 p.m., when the group went up to the twenty-fifth floor to the Mayor's conference room for an ex¬ clusive session with Mayor Richard G. Lugar. After admiring the view, the students settled down to a ques¬ tion and answer period about his job as mayor, the political system in gen¬ eral and the up-coming mayoral elections. The meeting ended at about 2 p.m. with Lugar shaking hands around the room and engaging in some one- to-one discussions with students. A city bus picked up the group about 20 minutes later for the trip back to schooL Students agreed that the afternoon had been both informa¬ tive and fun.
|Title||Tiger Topics, Nov. 19, 1975|
|Serial Title||Tiger Topics|
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Crispus Attucks High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)
|Date||Nov. 19, 1975|
Crispus Attucks High School (Indianapolis, Ind.) -- History
Crispus Attucks High School (Indianapolis, Ind.) -- Newspapers
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