WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 33 Star Around That Ring! Members of the second hour P.E. class at Flowing Wells High School, "star to the left like everything" in their last day of square dancing during Rodeo Week, a six week course. In the course directed by the P.E. teachers, the students were able to learn the basics of square dancing and at the same time have some real knee-slappin' times! (Citizen Photo by Bill Hopkins) Lefties-Right Out There In Left Field Lacrosse Introduced At SSHS Lacrosse is being introduced to the girls' physical education classes at Sunnyside for the first time in Arizona. The boys, who began last spring with the sport, will be lending the girls their equipment. "We hope to obtain some lighter sticks in the near future," commented Nancy Webster, who is teaching the newly introduced sport. Lacrosse is an aerial game composed of twelve team members, trying to pass and catch a ball with a stick that looks like a snow shoe, and then to pass the ball down the field to the goal. Indians on the East coast were the first to play Lacrosse. Their game, however, was much like cross country because of the great deal of running and endurance. "It's exciting to see the girls learning to throw and catch the balls," revealed Mrs. Webster, "keeping it off the ground -and being able to connect passes and score a goal." By PAT MORRISON CDO Reporter enemies of lefthanders are tick shifts, refrigerator doors, Four per cent of the world's irons , sdssors golf club b lt ! \r\iil Q rlnn tiroll^e ovi/Mim/i utifVi action guns, can openers, and population walks around with ac[lon can blue fingers and discrimination ., complexes. P encJ sharpeners. "The worst thing about being The only qualification for becoming a member of this group is being left - handed. "Of use something made for a right- course," adds a CDO lefty, "being intelligent and talented goes without saying." Concerning the blue fingers, I nave a permanent Dine stain on my little finger from writing in ink," laments a CDO southpaw. "When I write, my hand passes over what I have just I call the thing a can't opener." written and smears it, getting ink on my finger." Lefties attending lectures are left out in the cold; no one likes to sit next to them for fear of being bumped by an elbow. The same goes for eating, when a misdirected elbow lands a spoonful of chocolate mousse in, on and around one's mouth. Other normally useful instruments which have made MISS of the week photo by Sandeu-ManTe*' Pixie-Like Polfy Bookmyer comes lo Tucson from Pennsylvania! She recently moved 1o 2862 Indian Ruins Road with her mother, Mrs. Beverly B. Bookmyer, and her two Siamase kittens, Polly loves to travel. She spent last summer on a European tour. Polly's favorite musical group is the Tijuana Brass. Her favorite record is "Elinor Riggby" and she enjoys slow dancing. Polly is in the eighth grade at-Townsend Jr. High. Polly's popular zip fronf shift has the extra fun touches of large pocket:, a mandarin collar, and a buckle at the neck. from Korby'sJIi Deb Shop Girls! Register each week lo wtn Â· free $15 Charge Account In the Hi Deb Shop at Korby'sl eft-handed is when you have to nander and you blow it," says a !DO sophomore. "This is like when you burn your hand uron- ng, because you can't hold the ron right. Or dropping a can of ioup in the sink because you an't work the can opener. Now 'To wind my watch, I have to take it off, turn it upside down, wind it and put it on again. A left-hander is viewed in many different lights. They are objects of curiosity ; ("Oh, you're left-handed? How can you stand it?"), resented ("Left- handed people are, well, different.");; : misused ("Well, I've never heard of a good 'left-hand man.'"); frightening (What's wrong with her -- why is she lunched over her desk like ih'at? O h -- she's writing."); and objects of many jokes ("You're left-handed? Would you rather use a left-handed monkey wrench?"). "Being left-handed hasn't harmed me," states a CDO sophomore. "I'm still as intelligent and creative as I have been all my life. Some of the greatesl people in the world have been left-handed. They also had impacted molars and ingrown toenails." Left-handed people art: not left out. r^f ,\ .Â·)/,; ;,',;,,Â«-.; v\ j-!. ;.y *! Sunnyside High School's Rodeo Queen, Kathy Garduno, takes a ride (during the school's rodeo dance) on a somewhat steadier and certainly different type of horse from the ones in the parade last week. (Citizen Photo by Bruce Hopkins) Does She! or Doesn't She! 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