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    Page Eight — THE GRYPHON — Thursday, May 13, 1976
Historic Sights
Seen By Students
While many students believe
that the Bicentennial trip to
Boston. New York City.
Philadelphia, and Washington.
D.C. would be nothing more
than an extended history lesson,
to Mr. John Woollen. Corbi
Bulluck, Drake Mann. Arthur
Fountain, John Hammond, and
Debra Webb, it was everything
except that.
The adventure began for the
six on Friday, Apr. 16, when
they flew to Boston, The group
saw familiar sights such as the
Mayflower, Plymouth Rock,
Paul Revere's home, the Old
North Church, and Bunker Hill
in Boston: the Statue of Liberty,
the Empire State Building,
Central park, and Chinatown in
New York; the Liberty Beil and
Independence Hall in Philadel
phia; and the Washington
Monument, the White House,
the Lincoln Memorial, Arlington
Cemetery, and the Capitol
Building in Washington.
The students on the tour were
also very surprised to see David
Soul, who plays Hutch on the
television program “Starsky
and Hutch;" Kevin Dobson,
who is Crocker of "Kojack;"
John Kennedy, President John
F. Kennedy's son; and Julie
Harris, an accomplished actress
who recently starred in the
movie “The Hiding Place."
"I really did enjoy the trip,"
Corbi Bulluck commented. “I
loved seeing everythiiig; every
city was special in its own way. I
wish I could do it all over
again."
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STUDENTS SEE STARS — While on the Bicentennial Tour,
some students talked to Julie Harris, who Is In the film The
Hiding Place and Is currently starring In a Broadway
Production. |Photo by C. Bulluck]
Group Travels To Italy
Fleet Woodley, Phil Trull,
Linda Layton. Melody Wood,
and Ms. Peggy Murray recently
came back from a week trip to
Italy. While in Italy, they visited
Florence. Surrento, the Isle of
Capri, Pompie, and other cities.
Fleet Woodley feels it is lucky
they are back with RMSH, due
to no help ffom Melody Wood.
When in Florence, Fleet, Phil,
642 Dexter Street
HUMAN RELATIONS COUPLE CHOSEN — Helen Bowen and Tom Banks have been
selected as the April Human Relations Couple. [Photo by C. Bulluck]
BankSf Bowen Named
Human Relations Couple
and Melody were returning to
their hotel from the Ponte
Veccio. According to Fleet,
under the brilliant direction of
Melody Wood, they got lost. It
only took two hours to find their
way back.
Going on to Rome, these
people found crossing streets to
be a problem. Ms. Murray and
Melody Wood believed that
"when in Rome, do as the
Romans do” and decided to
cross the streets the way the
inhabitants did, so they stepped
off the curb and walked to the
center line and were going to
wait until the way was clear to
continue across. But — what
they did not know was they
trolley cars were coming from
both sides. They did make it to
the other side though.
Even with the funny ex
periences, and the rushed days,
it was reported that all had a
good time.
Helen Bowens and Tom
Banks have been selected as the
Human Relations Couple for the
month of April.
‘‘The Human Relations
Couple was chosen to recognize
those students who exhibit
outstanding qualities in human
relations,” Beth Hodge, Human
Relations Committee co-chair
man, stated. ‘These qualities
include concern for both
students and faculty, display of
good school spirit, not only in
athletics but also in support of
the school, and a non-prejudice
viewpoint. The Human Re
lations Committee is responsi
ble for selection of the couple.
Committee members nominate
students who they think possess
these qualities.”
Helen is very much involved
in Senior High activities. She is
on the varsity cheerleadering
squad. She plays the clarinet in
the band and is a member of the
Kudos and T.A.C. clubs. Helen
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has served as a representative
to the Student Advisory Council
and the Student Representative
Assembly. She is president of
the Metropolitan Baptist Church
Choir. Helen was the first
semester senior class treasurer
this year. She plans to attend
Virginia State College next year.
“When Beth told me that I had
been selected, I thought it was a
joke because she told me on
April Fool’s Day,” Helen
laughed.
Tom also participates in
various activities. He serves on
the city Bicentennial Committee
and is very active in the Boy
Scout Program, He works in the
guidance office at Senior High
as an assistant. He is also a
member of the Service Club and
Art Club. Tom plans to go to the
University of North Carolina and
Chapel Hill next fall.
“1 believe that Helen and
Tom are most deserving of this
honor,” Beth stated.
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