1981 - Girls Golf
1983 - Boys Swimming, Girls Golf
1984 - Girls Golf
2000 - Boys Basketball, Boys Lacrosse
2001 - Boys Lacrosse, Girls Lacrosse
2004 - Girls Basketball

FIGHT SONG (Sung to the tune of "Anchors Aweigh")
    "Go colors Black and Gold... fight strong and bold!
    We have a winning team that proves that we will never fold!
    All through the years we fight, on to victory (fight... fight... fight!).
    Until we win this game, the kids will yell 'hooray' for Waverly! (fight!)"


Joanne Abraham, Joe Abraham, Carol Adado, Sherman Allen*, Howdie Alt, Linda Ancira, Jim Andrews*, Abe Arambula, Shirley Arnold, Tony Ash*, Dick Azelton, Linda Baier, Diane Baker, Marianne Baker, Eric Ballance, Sue Barker, Marvel Beard, Marsha Bedford, Lavonda Bellah, Dianna Benschoter, Dennis Berkompas, Russ Bishop, Sue Blackburn, Peggy Blake, Glenn Blystone, Terry Boedeker, Ed Boehm*, Bob Boettcher, Roger Boog, Larry Borton, Linda Boyd, Randy Brandt, Kathy Broessel, Vicki Bryde, Linda Buehler, Richard Buell, Deuaine Bunker, Gene Burd, John Burkle, Dave Burwick, Steve Butts, Connie Caldwell, Al Calille, Mike Callihan, Pat Caruso, Steve Casey*, Tim Castle, Sharon Chaddock, Janet Cherrette, Dave Chestnut, Tom Clickner, Jim Coleman, Rod Collins, Sue Cone, Cindy Cordes, Carol Cornwell, Dar Costello, Mark Cote, Elaine Cottrill, Jane Cousins, Linda Cowles, "Skip" Cross, Scot Cullen*, Jim Culver*, Darlene Daniels, Doug David, Mark Davis, Pat Davis, Karen Davis, Larry DeLaere*, Chuck DeLine, Kathy Demmer, Karen Deromedi, Shelby DeWitt*, Stephen Dick, Jerry Dobias, Mike Domres*, Dave Dowler, Laura Drury, Lory Duits, Gary Eavey*, Sharon Eavey, Mary Egner, Joann Ells, Kerry Estes, Ray Ettinger, Chuck Federeau*, Lynda Fershee, Tim Flannery, Barb Flink, Larry Formenti, Roger Fowler, Jerry Foy, Bunnie Freed, Sarah Frutig, Gary Galey*, Gary Gates, Keith Gee, Teena Gee, Richard Geer, Todd Gelina, Pete Genix, Larry Gladstone, Iris Goins, Sue Granger, Sharon Granger, Tom Gray, Kathy Green, Margie Green, Barbara "Lynn Brown" Gunnerfeldt, Annece Hadden*, Bill Halbert, Sue Harp, Morrice "Chief" Henderson*, Jack Hettich*, Dick Hewitt, Randy Higdon, Kurt Hildorf, Ray Himebaugh*, Gary Hitchcock, Tina Hodge*, Diane Hodges, Pat Hodges, Tom Hoesl, Linda Hogan, Barry Hogle, Sue Holbrook, Don Hole, Marlene Hollopter, Vicki Holmberg, Terry Hopkins*, Dee Horvath, Mike Houser, Terry Hyde, Ron Jacobs, Connie Janetzke, Bonnie Jennings, John Jessen, Pat Johnson, Janice Johnston, Linda Jupin, Bob Karkau, Bonnie Kelbert, Margaret Kelly, Steve Kenyon*, Jim King, Bill Kinnan, Ted Kinnee, Karen Klefstad*, Bill Klettke, George Kline*, Debbie Knapp, Greg Krampe, Karen Krieger, Jeff Kriek, Tom Krupiarz, Ron LaForge*, Chris Laurin, Cathy Lee, Gail Lee, Don LeGrand*, Ron LeGrand, Ann Lillard, Doyal Little, Dennis Love, Marie Lunn, Jean Maki, Bill Malatinsky, Gary Mantyla, Denny Maples, Charlotte Martiny, Ron Martiny, Deborah Masters, Tom Matsuda, Randy McCloud, Val McFellin*, Julie McKenna, Joyce McKenzie, Kip McKesson, Charlie McLravy, Doug McNamara, Rick Melick, Sharon Meredith, Sharon Messer, Cathy Miller, Terry Miller, Ken Montgomery, Dorothy Mosher, Toni Munson, Jim Murnane, Elaine Murphy, Susan Murphy, Laura Nash, Bob Nelson, Laura Newport, Mike Nolen*, Tom Norman, Ray Norris, Jackie Odom, Pat Olofsson, Pat Padgham, Don Parsons, David Pasant, Fred Patterson, Debbie Peterman, Todd Petersen, Joe Phillips, Mary Pillow, Char Plunkett, Sue Polihonki, Patti Porter, Laura Potter, Rick Powtak, Terri Pung, Patricia "Pixie" Pursel, Kirk Ralston, Ralph Ramsdill, Joyce Ramsey, Lenny Retzloff*, Rick Reynolds, Tom Reynolds, LeAnne Rhoades, Emily Rich, Ritchie Riebow, Tom Ritter, Roy Roath, Neil Roberts, Mark Robinson, Dave Rothermel, Jan Rusnell, Jeanie Rutledge, Chuck Sarrell, Debbie Schafer*, Cliff Schlak, Diane Schneider, Lynn Schraft, Judy Scribner, Roberto Secchin (exchange student from Brasil), Jeff Sellers, Kay Settles, Fran Shawa, Marcia Sherman, Chuck Shumway, Marty Siemon, Jim Simmons, Steve Simon, Jeff Simpson, Ron Simpson, Vicki Skaar, Carol Skiffington, Mike Slabchuck*, Gary Slater*, Betty Small, Ron Small, Cathy Smith, Chris Smith, Cindy Smith, Dave Smith, Eric Smith, Jan Smith, Lynn Smith, Judy Snell, Pat Snyder, Carol Stanton, David Starkweather, Doug Starkweather, Jim Starr, Tom Steadman, Cindy Steinway, Barb Stewart, Larry Stockwell, Dennis Sunderlin, John Swanson, John Symonds, Candie Szpara, Bonnie Tarwater, Lindell Taylor, Dan Templin, Deb Theaker, Rosalyn Thole*, Nancy Jo Thomas, Mark Tomlinson, Tami Trump, Jane Underhill, Jan VanAlstine, Ralph VanLoton, John Vial, Stephen Vossler, Michele Waldron, Larry Walker, Rob Warner*, Art Webb, Linda Webb, Trish Weisman, Keith Wentworth, Jutta Westphal (exchange student from Germany), Brad Wightman, Gary Wilkes, Gail Wilson, Mary Winegardner, Donna Woodhams, Linda Worrall, Gene Wright, Ron Wright, Mike Yatchak

* Deceased

WHERE ARE THEY? - We cannot locate these classmates. If you have their email address, or mailing address, or phone number, please email us so we can invite them to future gatherings. Thank you.

Linda Roth Baier, Marianne McDonnell Baker, Sue Lindow Barker, Sue Hamilton Blackburn, Peggy Jones Blake, Randy Brandt, Linda Scramlin Buehler, Richard Buell, Mike Callihan, David Chestnut, Linda Speigl Cowles, Sheldon "Skip" Cross, Doug David, David Dowler, Laura Wight Drury, Keith Gee, Todd Gelina, Pete Genix, Larry Gladstone, Kathy Turkopp Green, Gary Hitchcock, Diane Irwin Hodges, Pat Houston Hodges, Linda Beck Hogan, Barry Hogle, Marlene Hollopter, Bonita Johnson, Jim King, Jean Maki, Deborah Masters, Doug McNamara, Richard Melick, Sharon Meredith, Susan Murphy, Don Parsons, Patti Herman Porter, Neil Roberts, Jeff Sellers, Carol Dallas Skiffington, Betty Small, Larry Stockwell, Brad Wightman, Gene Wright

OUR SENIOR YEAR (July 1968 - June 1969)

Abbie Hoffman's "The Yippies are Going to Chicago" is published--- Singer Arlo Guthrie performs his 20-minute ballad "Alice's Restaurant" to rave reviews--- Soviet Union invades Czechoslovakia with 200,000 warsaw pact troops--- Democratic National Convention sees Chicago police take action against crowds of demonstrators without provocation, beating some marchers unconscious, sending at least 100 to emergency rooms, and arresting 175; Mayor Daley later says, "The policeman isn't there to create disorder, the policeman is there to preserve disorder"--- Women's liberation groups, joined by members of New York NOW, target Miss America Beauty Contest in Atlantic City, saying protesters "wouldn't do anything dangerous, just a symbolic bra-burning"--- 30th anniversary of Neville Chamberlain's Munich agreement ceding Czechoslovakia to Adolf Hitler, widely seen as a major contributing factor to the devastation of World War II--- Summer Olympic Games open in Mexico City, boycotted by 32 African nations in protest of South Africa's participation; US athletes and medalists Tommie Smith and John Carlos offer a "black power salute" during the "Star-Spangled Banner" at their medal ceremony--- Jacqueline Kennedy marries Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis--- President Johnson announces a total halt to US bombing in North Vietnam--- Richard Nixon elected US president by 43% of votes--- National "Turn in Your Draft Card Day" is observed with rallies and protests on college campuses across USA--- After stalling for months, South Vietnamese government agrees to join Paris peace talks--- First Led Zeppelin album is released--- New York Jets upset Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III; Joe Namath is MVP--- After 147 years, last issue of The Saturday Evening Post is published--- A blow-out on Union Oil's platform spills 80,000-100,000 barrels of crude oil into channel and onto beaches of Santa Barbara County California, inspiring Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson to organize first "Earth Day" in 1970--- Beatles give their last public performance, filming several tracks on the roof of Apple Records in London--- Two Russian cosmonauts transfer from Soyuz 5 to Soyuz 4 via a spacewalk, first time such a transfer takes place--- Yasser Arafat is elected Palestine Liberation Organization leader--- The Boeing 747 makes its maiden flight--- Pope Paul VI deletes many names from the Roman calendar of saints, including Valentine--- US Supreme Court rules that the First Amendment applies to public schools (Tinker vs Des Moines Independent Community School District)--- Sirhan Sirhan admits that he killed presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy--- US Navy establishes the Navy Fighter Weapons School ("Top Gun") at Naval Air Station Miramar near San Diego CA--- James Earl Ray pleads guilty to assassinating Martin Luther King Jr--- Mario Puzo's novel "The Godfather" is published--- Golda Meir becomes first female prime minister of Israel--- John Lennon and Yoko Ono are married--- US General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower dies--- Dr. Denton Cooley implants first temporary artificial heart--- Harvard University is seized by some 300 students, mostly members of the Students for a Democratic Society; 45 injured and 184 arrested--- Robin Knox-Johnston becomes first person to sail around the world solo without stopping--- Charles de Gaulle steps down as president of France--- The Battle of Dong Ap Bia ("Hamburger Hill") begins during Vietnam War--- American teenager known as "Robert R." dies from first confirmed case of HIV/AIDS in North America--- "Midnight Cowboy", only X-rated movie to ever win an Oscar for Best Movie, is released--- Guided tours begin at the Kremlin and other government sites in Moscow--- The National Convention of Students for a Democratic Society collapses, and the Weatherman faction seizes control--- Georges Pompidou is elected President of France--- Cuyahoga River fire helps spur an avalanche of water pollution control activities resulting in the Clean Water Act, Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, and Environmental Protection Agency--- Actress Judy Garland dies of a drug overdose--- The Stonewall riots in New York mark the start of the modern gay rights movement.

DECEASED - Gone from us, but not forgotten

Sherman Allen, Jim Andrews, Tony Ash, Ed Boehm, Steve Casey, Scot Cullen, Jim Culver, Larry DeLaere, Shelby DeWitt, Mike Domres, Gary Eavey, Chuck Federeau, Gary Galey, Annece Hadden, Morrice "Chief" Henderson, Jack Hettich, Ray Himebaugh, Tina Hodge, Terry Hopkins, Steve Kenyon, Karen Klefstad, George Kline, Ron LaForge, Don LeGrand, Val McFellin, Mike Nolen, Lenny Retzloff, Debbie Schafer, Mike Slabchuck, Gary Slater, Rosalyn Thole, Rob Warner is supported with private funds.
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It is not affiliated with Waverly High School or Waverly Community Schools in Lansing, MI.