McClintock High School  Class of 1967
Home News Contact Classmates In Memory of Class Museum Looking Back Look at us Now We got together 1967 in Review


Reunions



Event Calendar



Class Trivia



Photo Galleries



Offsite Links




McClintock High School Class of 1967 - 1967 in Review


TOP 10 SONGS

1967
To Sir With Love > Lulu
Light My Fire > The Doors
Windy > The Association
Ode To Billie Joe > Bobbie Gentry
The Letter > The Box Tops
Daydream Believer > The Monkees
Somethin’ Stupid > Nancy & Frank Sinatra
Happy Together > The Turtles
I Heard It Through The Grapevie > Gladys Knight & The Pips
Incense and Peppermints > Strawberry Alarm Clock

1968
Hey Jude > The Beatles
I Heard It Through the Grapevine > Marvin Gaye
Love Is Blue > Paul Mauriat
Love Child > Diana Ross & The Supremes
Honey > Bobby Goldsboro
Sittiin’ On The Dock Of The Bay > Otis Redding
People Got To Be Free > The Rascals
This Guy’s In Love With You > Herb Alpert
Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) > John Fred & His Playboy Band
Woman Woman > Gary Puckett & The Union Gap

                       1969
Whole Lotta Love > Led Zeppelin
Proud Mary > Creedence Clearwater Revival
I Want You Back > Jackson 5
Honky Tonk Women > Rolling Stones
Bad Moon Rising > Creedence Clearwater Revival
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes > Crosby, Stills & Nash
Dazed And Confused > Led Zeppelin
Gimme Shelter > Rolling Stones
Come Together > Beatles
I Can't Get Next To You > Temptations

TOP BOX OFFICE

                   1967
#  1 The Jungle Book
#  2 The Graduate ('Top 100 Greatest Films')
#  3 Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner
#  4 Bonnie and Clyde ('Top 100 Greatest Films')
#  5 The Dirty Dozen
#  6 Valley of the Dolls
#  7 You Only Live Twice
#  8 To Sir, With Love
#  9 Thoroughly Modern Millie
#10 Born Losers
#11 Camelot
#12 In The Heat Of The Night (AA Best Picture & ('Top 100 Greatest Films')
#13 Cool Hand Luke ('Top 100 Greatest Films')

                     1968
#  1 Funny Girl
#  2 2001:  A  Space Odyssey ('Top 100 Greatest Films')
#  3 The Odd Couple
#  4 Bullitt
#  5 Romeo and Juliet
#  6 Oliver! (AA Best Picture)
#  7 Planet of the Apes
#  8 Rosemary’s Baby
#  9 Yours, Mine and Ours
#10 The Lion In Winter

              1969
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid ('Top 100 Greatest Films')
The Love Bug
Midnight Cowboy (AA Best Picture & Top 100 Greatest Films)
Easy Rider ('Top 100 Greatest Films')
Hello, Dolly!
Bob, Carol, Ted & Alice
Paint Your Wagon
True Grit
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
Alice’s Restaurant
The Wild Bunch ('Top 100 Greatest Films')

TV Fall  Season 1967-69

                                       SUNDAY
ABC  Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea     The F.B.I.     The ABC Sunday Night Movie
CBS  Lassie     Bentle Ben     Ed Sullivan Show     Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour     Mission: Impossible
NBC  AFL Football     Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color     The Mothers-in-Law     Bonanza    
       High Chaparral

                                      MONDAY
ABC  Cowboy in Africa     The Rat Patrol     Felony Squad     Peyton Place         The Big Valley
CBS  Gunsmoke     The Lucy Show     *The Andy Griffith Show     Family Affair     The Carol Burnett Show
NBC  The Monkees     *The Man from U.N.C.L.E.     The Danny Thomas   Hour     I Spy
       *Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In replaced The Man from U.N.C.L.E. effective January 22, 1968
       *The Andy Griffith Show was the highest rated show for the year

                                      TUESDAY
ABC  Garrison’s Gorillas     *The Invaders     N.Y.P.D.     The Hollywood Palace
CBS  Daktari     The Red Skelton Hour     Good Morning, World     CBS News Hour/CBS Reports
NBC  I Dream of Jeannie     The Jerry Lewis Show     NBC Tuesday Night at the Movies
       *It Takes A Thief replaced The Invaders on Jan. 8, 1968.

                                     WEDNESDAY
ABC  *Custer     The Second Hundred Years     The ABC Wednesday Night Movie
CBS  Lost in Space     The Beverly Hillbillies     Green Acres     He & She          *Dundee and the Culhane
NBC  The Virginian     Kraft Music Hall     Run for Your Life
        *The Avengers replaced Custer in January
        *Dundee and the Culhane was replaced in December with The Jonathan Winters Show
     
                                     THURSDAY
ABC Batman     The Flying Nun     Bewitched     That Girl     Peyton Place     *Good Company     Local
CBS Cimarron Strip     The CBS Thursday Night Movies
NBC Daniel Boone     Ironside     Dragnet 1968     The Dean Martin Show
       *Good Company was cancelled and not replaced

                                     FRIDAY
ABC Off To See the Wizard     Hondo     The Guns of Will Sonnett     Judd, for the Defense
CBS The Wild Wild West     Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.     The CBS Friday Night Movies
NBC Tarzan     Star Trek     Accidental Family     The Bell Telephone Hour / Actuality Specials /
                                                                    NCB News Reports / American Profile

                                     SATURDAY
ABC The Dating Game     The Newlywed Game     The Lawrence Welk Show     *Iron Horse     ABC Scope
CBS The Jackie Gleason Show     My Three Sons     Hogan’s Heroes     Petticoat Junction     Mannix
NBC Maya     Get Smart     NBC Saturday Night at the Movies
       *Hollywood Palace returned to its original time period in January, replacing The Iron Horse

Sports Highlights 1967-69

1967
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR:  Carl Yastrzemski & Billie Jean King
January 28--Joie Chitwood's Auto Thrill Show from Islip, N.Y.
February 11--Muhammad Ali defends his World Heavyweight Championship against Ernie Terrell in a 15-round classic in Houston, Texas.
March 4--Peggy Fleming wins the second of three ladies crowns at the World Figure Skating Championships in Vienna, Austria, the last World Championships to be held outdoors. During the same competition, the Protopopovs win the third of four consecutive titles.
March 11--Interview with Muhammad Ali and Wilt Chamberlain, when Ali said Chamberlain would have to shave his beard because he wouldn't 'fight no billygoat'.
March 25--Evel Knievel debuts on Wide World of Sports by clearing 15 cars as a filler act during motorcycle races in Gardena, Calif.
April 8--Mark Spitz sets the first American record of his career in the 100-yard butterfly at the AAU Indoor Championships in Dallas.
April 22--The London to Brighton Antique Car Run concludes with Jim McKay and Phil Hill pushing their car across the finish line.
May 20--Mickey Mantle hits his 500th home run.
May 27--The first Wide World of Sports broadcast of the English Rugby League Cup Final.
June 10 & July 1--A.J. Foyt wins the Indianapolis 500 and the LeMans 24-Hour Grand Prix of Endurance, the only driver to win both in a single season. It was Foyt's third Indianapolis 500 victory and came after he drove through a crash on the final turn.
June 24--Jim Ryun lowers his world record of the mile at the National AAU Track & Field Championships in Bakersfield.
July 29 & August 5--At the Pan American Games from Winnipeg, Canada, Mark Spitz sets his first world records, while the track and field competition includes most of the American stars of the 1968 Olympic Games.

1968
ATHLETES OF THE YEAR:  Denny McLain & Peggy Fleming
January 27--Wide World of Sports' first journey to the village of Kitzbuhel for alpine ski racing. WWOS has returned to Kitzbuhel many times for the famed Hahnenkamm Downhill.
March 2 & 9--Peggy Fleming wins the ladies title at the World Figure Skating Championships from Geneva. It came after her gold medal-winning performance at the 1968 Olympic Games in Grenoble and marked the end of her amateur career.
March 9--Wide World of Sports' first telecast of the International Cliff Diving Championships from Acapulco.
March 30--Jean-Claude Killy, fresh off his sweep of the gold medals at the Olympic Games, is featured in races from Rossland, British Columbia.   June 8--Pre-empted by Senator Robert Kennedy's Funeral.
June 15--First use of a wireless hand-held broadcast color camera, for closeups at the Indianapolis 500. The race was won by Bobby Unser, the first of seven Indy victories for the Unser brothers.
June 29--Old Man of Hoy Rock Climb in Scotland.
September 7--The Wide World of Sports broadcast of the U.S. Men's Olympic Swimming Trials features two of the all-time greats on opposite ends of their careers -- Don Schollander and Mark Spitz. Schollander set the last world record of his career on that show, while Spitz won both the 100- and 200-meter butterflies.
September 14 & 21--The U.S. Olympic Men's Track & Field Trials are telecast from one of the strangest venues in WWOS history -- a track cut into a forest at Echo Summit, high above Lake Tahoe at 7380 feet above sea level. The venue was selected to duplicate the conditions of Mexico City. Tommie Smith and Lee Evans set world records, and Jim McKay interviews with Smith on the potential black athlete boycott of the 1968 Olympic Games.
The shows include some of the all-time greats in American track and field, including Dick Fosbury, Bob Beamon, Al Oerter and Bob Seagren. Amazingly, both Fosbury and Oerter barely qualified for the Olympic team, but both went on to collect gold medals in Mexico City. The same cannot be said of Billy Mills, who failed to qualify for the American team in the 10,000 meters and was unable to defend the Olympic title he won in 1964 in Tokyo. One other athlete who made his mark in that meet was a teenager Jim called 'Martin' Liquori.

1969
ATHLETES OF THE YEAR:  Tom Seaver & Debbie Meyer
January 4--O.J. Simpson runs wild in the mud at the Hula Bowl in Hawaii.
January 11--First Wide World of Sports broadcast of the Mexican 1000 Cross Country Road Racing Championships.
February 8--Janet Lynn steps into the void left by the retirement from amateur skating of Peggy Fleming and captures the first of five national titles at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Seattle.
March 1--Wide World of Sports introduces an athlete that became a mainstay on the show throughout the 1970s, Soviet pairs skater Irina Rodnina, who wins the the first of 10 consecutive world titles at the World Figure Skating Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo. She won the first four titles with Aleksei Ulanov.
March 29--Indiana freshman Mark Spitz makes his collegiate debut at the NCAA Swimming Championships and wins three individual titles (200 & 500 freestyle & 100 butterfly).
May 3--Game Six of the NBA final between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics. The Celtics captured the sixth and seventh games to win the title.
June 7--Mario Andretti wins his only Indianapolis 500, earning the now famous kiss of Andy Granatelli. June 28--World Heavyweight Championship fight between Joe Frazier and Jerry Quarry, won by Frazier in the seventh round, plus Olympic champion George Foreman's first professional fight against Don Waldheim.
July 26--Vince Lombardi's first day of training camp with the Washington Redskins. The feature included a candid interview between Lombardi and Howard Cosell on the pressures that forced him into retirement with the Green Bay Packers.
August 23--The Little League team from Taiwan defeats Carney Lansford's Santa Clara, Calif. team to win its first Little League World Series crown.
October 18--Lew Alcindor makes his pro debut with the Milwaukee Bucks.


ALBUMS
Whipped Cream & Other Delights
More of the  Monkees
Are You Experienced? - Jimi Hendrix Experience
In-A-Gadda-Da Vida
The Beatles
Led Zeppelin II
Abbey Road
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band
Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits
The Doors
The Velvet Underground & Nico
Mr. Fantasy
Procol Harum
Vanilla Fudge
Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
Vincebus Eruptum
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Truth
Steppenwolf
Music From Big Pink


To obtain a site like this for your class visit www.ourclassonline.com.   [Administration]  
Copyright Web Portal People, LLC. 2017 - Maker of class reunion & family websites. All rights reserved.