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Seniors — 9 Academics — 23

Organizations — 33
Juniors — 63 Activities — 71

Sophomores — 93
Sports — 101
Freshmen — 125 Features — 133
Personnel — 139

Junior High — 143 Elementary— 153 Advertising— 175

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Last Jamnm.- ccrtosity was stirred when the

title-of the 83-S4 yearbook was announced during atimiai sales. Everyone was wondering whai the ycaiboukscuuld be like. Now, after looking at^e
covtjt, wonder still-probably floods the nands of

readers. Finally to-explain-these questions. 4i» the Acme concert (-kon sert) n. a musical penfornrLtnce, lemony, (kan sert) v. agreemejU in ef

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fort. purpose, or feeling; to act or plan together
its pages, but also the a)ncepi of togetherness.

•\s_one can see, there is a double meaning within

the title Not only is there wusicaiity throughout
A typical day in the life of a BUS student

team dnbWing, tackhn^orser^'mg-at thc-crackof
dawn. Friends talkmg with friends, tcacbcr&a^ students cot^regML^d sticiaily, wrre lawiUar scenes before school im the Bm>n campus "Ehcfe was SB^citement in thcTur before the frrst bell,

u*»ually begESi wi\M the horri^ng buzz of the

dreaded ahrrm clock, ©ne would wearily and re

when Mr. S-andman prevailed and they awoke an hour laieanttended up doing 70 mgb-on Main St. with a ptucti-of bacon dangling from th£iF mouth.
Then: were a few "concerted cffortb"-&> be seen

luctantly drag out of bcd_and advance toward the long 6m thai lay ahead Most can remember

or nmbe wer an exam, £w perhaps, simply Im-. ihta:£ was sp^nlTTTTti fellow<,bip before sdmol

M^be the excitcmeni was jjver a new gu>-Qr gitl,

inga good time with the old buddies. In case, The parking kil was always jammed with clls
and the school drive wirt buses Out of those iiajii,

before schoel, sui;h a-s Buffalo Gals hutin' the

and buseicLMme a v«Tiety"^ attitudes Some were

streets dl 7.30 befoic-a big parade andthc-sports

tired and cranky, oLhcrs were pepped up jtmi
rc.idy to go.

Caprice Schmied lazily reached for the alarm clock.

Susan Cotter, how did you manage to eat breakfast, drive to school, curl your hair and put on make-up?

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The BHS squad rclurncd from an O/ark meet "all smiles", aflcr capturing many honors.

Cja>la Sweancv, Julie Kav, and Sheri Bradlc\ posed for their peers
while wailing for the speech bus in front of the school.

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I lie pinnaclc of the season « as a ircnictidous first placc in swccpsuikcs at the St. I oitis meet, w liere BUS's squad arose victorious over some vor> difficuli
t-'oinpeliiion,

Julia Rilter. Evonnc (ilor, Shcpphcrd. Slicn Stanton, and 2nd
scincster coach. Kctli llopkuis, Utad-up to depart tor suite meets

Distnet meets were held al SMSU \ M's meet, iield ai S\1Sl . kept the "scciuctive three" stalking ihe halLs and

pre\ini! upon hsted resuhs
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BUSINESS CONTEST M
On the morning of March 1 3ili. fiflccn lil IS sludenis boarded a niini bus lo coinpclc in ihc annual business coniesi. Thc\ had a lol lun exploring tlie campus belween compelilions, Siudcnis conipeiing were;

Novice speed i\ piiig: .ioelle ! lillhouse. Ted Scott. Ann Blake, 2nd
place team; Joelle I lillhouse, 4th.

Accounting II; Mike Nelson. 4th,
I ullcrton.

No\ice production t\j'>ing: Joelle, Ted. Ann.
Amateur speed t\ping and production t\ping; Dawn Keith. Beth

Open speed typing: .April \\'\gant, Shari Cibert. Damara Gillham.
Open production: .April. Shari, Rusty Andrews.
Accountinii I: "l anmn }-.ai:iebunier, Rusi\' Andrews. Laura Mau'le\.

[XivMi Kcili and Beth Fullcrion practiccd for the "big" day .
April \\'>gani looked
t'or\^ard to cotucsi.

^"Ovice shorthand; Damara Cjillham, Susie Imes.
Amateur sliorthand: Ronda llendricks. Lola llaves.

This contest was a good e.\perience for sludenis planning a caI'eer in liie business field. It also gave them an opporlunits' to meet j">eoplc of their o\\ n age ho shared the same interests and talents.

Ru?>s .'\tHiic\ss, T aninu liagicbiirgcr, and l.aura Hawles conccntralod
"n ihcir abililics iti accoiitiling.

Susie

: imes and Damara (iiliham bruslied-up on iheir shorthand,

IMakc pracliccd on speed l\p- Ted Scou put sonic time in for
cotuesi.

SOfTBALLERS REBUILD //V 8^'
ANV PROVED THEMSELVES CAPABLE Of PLAVWG ''TOP BALL"

The Lady Softball players ended their season with eight wins and four losses. There were only three seniors this year, so it was a fairly young team. Due to the immaturity of the team. Coach Phillips thought it was not a consistent season. She also

stated that this team was capable of playing "top ball'', but couldn't keep it together long enought to go "all-the-way'\ The team should have lots of high hopes for next year with so many underclassmen lettering this year. With lots of determination
the girls should achieve this goal. The JV team ended their season with three wins and two losses. This is even a more

teams, due to the lack of participation from other schools. Simply , other schools could not offer a JV squad to compete against.
The JV girls played tough to achieve this record.

impressive record when it's taken into consideration that most of the games the JV girls played were against the other varsity

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