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Our first
No.
SEPT '?
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to {ollou {rnsl
wi I I be
ZO
dance
.be
PaPen r.rill
srnell?R r snRPPi.eR--
held Friday,
Sept. 20, after our
flrst home game with
L i vermore. The dance
wi I I be held ln the old
gym. lt wi I I start at
Here is the first issue of the 74-75 Arcade,
There will be thirty-two is sues distributed c,
week'ly basis except on or after holidays.
$l with a student body
card and 2$ wlthout.
Our presses are on carrrpus this year and
rnakes usf put out a srnaller paper, Althougl
the paper is srraller it will be a snappier ar
rnore imforrnitive paper for the student bodr
we hope.
10:00 and end at I I :45.
The dance is being
sponsored by the student Body and wlll cost
Shades
of Gray wi I
I
provide the music. No
tickets wi I I be sold
one hour after the
dance starts, and, ;
one wi I I be permltted
to return after leaving
to the dance
accord i ng
sponsors.
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The Oracle, Broadcasting and Arcadet sta
are working together on the newspaper and
other publications *d." ih. supervision o?
English teacher Eugene Conrotto.
The letters to the editor should be taken tc
roorrl ZI and rnust be signed or they wonrt be
nrinted,
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*FirstSE homeTo''otbal I game--0HS
,meets Liverrnore.
: Soph ki ckoff 5:45;
iVarslty: 8 p.m.
Fi rst after-
FRIDAY,
urs hopt
qame
dance.
Mus
i
c
by Shades of Grey.
MONDAY, SEPT. 23
:a Cross eounTry
vs. Manteca,
here.
*TUESDAY, SEPT. 24
in ACI,
noon
*
FA
meets
p
hIEDITESOAY, SEPT
qreets in team r
at
ts'
F
, Ta-Bldq, 7:30
*noon.
ski
i n room
CI
9,
ub
mr
noon.
r
EIer Arneilcan
farnily is the Hiltunens. Ulla likes
to sno-ski, swirn
and caok in her
spere tirne. $he
will .att-end secondary school two
rllore years before
furthering trer education in coll*ge,
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Banz is 18 years
He was born
in Schlossure,
Switze rland . He
has six brothers
and no sisters, His
A rner ican f arnily
are the Ingles.
Banz Coesn't
really have any ho *ffi€sl
blir his ravorite group is Procul Harern and his
favorite Arnerican
food is pancakes.
old.
Erna'
fl
,
fonr ign
ex
chnnqe kid s
-
{ inT npd, .
b
$o +sR
':
Ulla is 17 years old
She w,as born in -Toyala, Fin1and. She
has one br-other,
,akdale High school
;,three new foriegn
;hange students
's year-.Erna Matrasdottir frorn Ice ,d; Ulla Urhonen
irn Finland; and
nz Herrrnann frorn
itzerland.
,lrna is 16 years
,1. She was born
Reykjavik, Iceland,
e has two brothers
d one sister. Her
ne r ic an f arnily ar e
'r.e
:
er*man,
Dowdy". Ernaf
OH$ TOP TE
Ir'. rarrNG cARE or suSlNIe s3: pat
,2. BEACH BABY: Kerrie Highfill
t_.-..
WILDWOOD WEED: Larry Texeira
i3.
THING: Zane Johnston
i5. YOU AND ME AGAINST
AGAINST THE WORLD:
WOI
Judy and Brenda
i5.
i6. EAR ACHE MY EYE: Jeff Nielson
;7. TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD: Matt Vejar
l+. WtLD
8. ISHOT THE SHERRIF: Steve
Srnee
L CLAP FOR THE
.
,
WOLFMAN: Visco Grgich
f 0. ROCK ME GEry] L_Vi"n[ the little freshmen
s
,bbys are hiking,
'ows kiing, swinqryr4 and traveling.
O,\KDALE TLORAL
822 \^/EST F STREET
O,'AI(DALE. CALIFORNIA 85A67
r favorite singer
Cat Stevens, and
r favorite Arneric -i
, food is corn on
a c ob. He r futur e
lns are to becorne
.1Ur Se
.
FLO\A/ ERS FOR I\LL OCCASI(}NS
ffi
ANTHONY
PHoNE A47-I7AA
DAY OR NIGHT
& JUDY FARINHA
LIVERIJCRE HI
MUSTNNGS OPIN
HWI
STNND
lVieira,
,
Hiqh
.guards and Rudi BurtSchool
The 0akdale
S,chi,
center.
t"lustanqs open it uP at home
Fri day n i qht aqai nst the L i verr
In !he backfield
inore Cowboys, Varsity kickoff
is at
B,
Thi s wi I I be the fi rst
meeti nq ever between the two
school s. Last week the underdog Mustangs tied Turlock, 13-
flRCnDET I tu'I
ffRCNMI
EXTR6 /tlurTnns:
all, while Livermore surPrised
Atameda Hi, l3 to 7.
hi ll be ll."t Vejar, quarterCoach Dal e Cl i_p_per gave 'ba ck; Louis lliranda, fullbackt
the Arcadet the fol I owi nq st- G; ry Denys, tai l back: and Bi l l
arting line-up: Matt Vej ar
H i qhfill,
riqht half. Hiqhand Mi ke House at ends; Don fi 1 1 I ed al I Mus tanq ground
Costa and Eric Bettencourt at qa iners in the Turlock qame
tackl es; Kurt ahaney and Gary t^ri th 99 vards.
l'1
go
/
go
/ I o/
go
/
go
[J^RR
/
go
/
go
Ma nteca
. Starting
.
lout this year therJ are
1
go
/
go
/ go /
go
t
go
/go / rro /
go
/
go
/ go / s o / go / go / qo
teRs uJl
b.
BETT[R!'
well
Keeney,
will
they
that
A slightly improved
Cros.s Country team
will open its 7 4-7 5
s€a son here , September 23, against
,
/
seven Seniors , 16
Juniors , four Sophomores and nine Freshmen. Coach Bob Hake
says this year' s tea m
is one of the large st
in two .years. Hake
feels that the team
will improve' and '
do
at the V.O.L. champ-
ionships.
Some of the returning
veterans are Morris
Jay Gange,
Steve Dougla s and
Chris Chave z. Showing good form also is
j unior Arnold Silva .
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g."
:THE'Iq74. "
3AKDALE HrcH N[U-FTAN_$5 ],
,"ow ,frorn lett- Matt Vejar, Micky McMahon,
,
: ''. .'
,
,
.
,ilahaney. Craig Vasquez, Garth Hewitt, Dave
'lupi..Fr:ed Gatzrnan, Mike Orvis, Jeff Watson,
.,
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,
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Richard Mghgley, .Luis wt"t5n+, $tt91r Pruett. '
Second row-- Tom Crooker, Gary Denys, Jim Nor.wooC, non Valk, Bob Johnston, Jim Fisicaio, Dan
',
Itangtord, Gary Vierra, Rudi Burtscfi, Da1
Owens,
JaY
,
,
Ch;
Thi
,Tet
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{b
nnmr k
Il3q3 H:*i
i;,:kdal.i Hi students went
to thil polls this l.reek to e1''''a'&j(..r!l
: liiF*i'
orrow,
Jeff Ingl es, n
Pottle,
Susan
Julie Nash,
ect
Student Leq i sl ature Representati ves. Kids l.rho won will
nrett.y much make the 74-75
decisions on how the studentend of OHS 1 ife is handled.
llere are the vrinners:
ori
vrls, Shallrt Ho'fmanr,, hlancy
Jonston, and
o,
s
,
and
Frank Ten-
S0PH0M0RES--Sandy BartI ow, Kdtri na Beql i nqer n Debbi e Chu, Jalet Dyson, Debbi e
Hutchi son, Lori l"luni ai n, and
Sus i e Scherer.
FRESHI,ItN__Nanc-y Bol kcom,
Hol I obray, lane
Brad Shuck "
A
Reeve
Shawn
SENI0RS--Gilda Cox, Charmaine DeSiiilas, Terri Gonsal-
,IUNI0RS - Ida
tslntoRs
Cind.y Browning, Candy Eckert,
Kel1ey H,amb.v, ltla.ry Rees,
Su i s ka Reeves , and Ka ren
Cilrril lo,
Svlank.
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Fnexh
olecl- A/A'sA
Browning, secretary.
Dede Nash wls elected
pres i dent of the
Freshman class, also
elected were Stacy
Btrrford, vice presi denf; and C i ndy
ophs
The Freshman Yel lleaders wi I I be Hol lY
Henderscn, Kathy
Beglinger, La Vina
Bi ngham, and Pam
Vi
erra.
Si
nce the
mi dd
hot, hot August
I
e of
Oak-
dale High School fs
ruffiLHrru
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Oakdale, Calif or nia
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Colts have been preparing for the upcomi ng footba I I season. Coach John
Quaccia feels we have
itwo more tough prac-
iti." games witn, Liviermore and Tracy. He
'is atso looking forward to the I eague
iopener with Sf . Marys
ion Oct. 4 . The team
jhas been wor:king folgether as a un it, and
;ds a team if takes
:everyone to make a
winning season, Qual-
cia said.
tj : ::i:
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PHIff'BR'dffN
I Agqiculture
JON JACOBSCN
Vipe Principr]
Na**'
Art
schssh*X:
R*or*;s
. Alrem k*3 l'*ar"
A c ons iaeiautii chan,
ged cast of students.
A few faculty changes
A new vice principal..
School started
last week wi', h 1,2E5
kids enrolled. That
:i:ill'i::ii.l:i
MTK
figure rose to 1316
after 10 days. There
are 49 teachers *- a
l' ' .''
PHIL STEINHAR T
Engliqh
" lloHhl
$..::
A gr
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=
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tea.eher fs*
each 27 students,
He ad C ouns e lor
Ne il lil eiche,rt s a*'df:his yearis ttr/alk.
,t
fi.
r r) r,rnd re gis tration
t;:ri i1 f lSttcceSs, lt
''..';,
i r: ncted soffIe
i.ii:r;$lsrns with a lack
of c Ias ,; s ele ctions
in the schedule.
]":,.,i;
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I{ER "r\ filR
icultur
ratio of t
e
r
t
ir
t:,
f? i-).1{
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ilakdnln Vll*Eo
["iV trob
B.y
T0NI
GRGICH
SB Prexy
As Student Body
Pre sident my re sponsibilltie s are numer-
$pontns Goo&
Oakdale Village Shopping Center
1275 East F Street
Oakdale, California 95361
ous--there's more tt.:
the job than putting
down freshmgn at an
a s sembly
"
Thls pii st s ummer ,
I had the privilege of
serving on a commlttee that selected
the vice principal.
There were five members on the committee , and each had
one vote . It wa s a
fanta stic learning
experietlce . I hope
ygll wtli try !o get to
know our vlce princlFa I , Mr. facobson .
(209) 847-4A92
Boys' and Gi r I s' GYIVI CIOTHESI
ATHLETI C SHOES
.Gclden
[email protected]€ure-
Onceamonthlme-
et with the student
body presidents of
every school in the
Valley O;F League "
i
We exchange ideas
to bring back to our
school s .
A great deal of my
l3m9 is spent talking with ou.r aCinin-
istrators" I give
them
your viewpoinis as
expressed to me, anci
they give me the jr.s.
I'm in tire middle of a
two way street and I
try to Lre as objectirre
a s:poq siblg .
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Per*rnsl,ine Yutrr ring
.
'vaur
ACcl tl'ie mcsf pei'sor.,c[. nro.rk,
-qi$n{:ture engrcrved in go[d,
to ;,,:ur cl$ss rir-rg crerried by John' Rcli,eris: Aik,qbout'ihe
Golcien Signoit"rre Ri*g rcdn;v.
TI T::FAi-i,-i J EIVELER^1
125 N. 3rd AVE.
OAKDALE CA. 9536I