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(1969–1974)

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1973

5 Jan. 1973
Pardon Me, Your Apathy Is Showing
Nick is a committed leftist and convinces Mr. Dixon to sponsor a Marx/Lenin club. Nick invites a confrontational speaker without authorization, upsetting board member Mr. Franklin and sparking a campus controversy
 
12 Jan. 1973
Rights of Others
Students Gary and Joyce learn they are expecting a baby, upsetting Mr. Webster who planned a West Point career for his son. Joyce is 18, a legal adult, so she can make her choice without the father's input which upsets Gary.
 
19 Jan. 1973
Man, If You're So Smart
Henry arrives at Whitman from juvenile detention system. Told he has a fresh start he decides to act out, bragging about his incarceration and challenging teachers. Then Miss Johnson sees him with a gun and things turn dangerous.
 
2 Feb. 1973
The Hand That Feeds
Arthur is a smart young man but doesn't believe in competition so does just enough to get by. This frustrates Mr. Dixon so he's surprised when Arthur tries for a scholarship, wins, then turns it down to prove a point.
 
9 Feb. 1973
Fifteen Years and What Do You Get?
Alice and the rest of faculty plan a special party to celebrate Mr. Kaufman's fifteen years as principal at Whitman High. Wayne with a grudge against the administrator decides to ruin the surprise for him.
 
16 Feb. 1973
Someone Special
Tim Clemens is a child genius and is promoted to high school at twelve. Although he can compete academically, social situations are awkward especially after Tim asks the older Helen out on a date.
 
23 Feb. 1973
A Hairy Escape
Jackie O'Farrell was a child star on TV which made him rich but it doesn't help him fit in at Whitman High. Jason and Bernie scheme to get Jackie to promote a concert but Jackie agrees only if they cut their hair.
 
2 Mar. 1973
The Noon Goon
Criminal behavior is happening on school grounds so the students come up with their own policing plan. Headed by Richard the pass system soon falls apart due to rules enforcement and Miss Johnson's new car is vandalized.
 
9 Mar. 1973
To Go with the Bubbles
Attractive Donna seems to find success easy with a screen test and fame before she graduates. Mr. Dragen finds himself envious as he has worked on a book for years and only gets rejection letters. Both learn from the other's experience.
 
14 Sep. 1973
I've Got the Hammer, If You've Got the Thumb
Matt is a recent arrival from the mountains adjusting to city life. He gets the other students excited about fixing up a local park but ignores getting permits despite Pete Dixon's warning. The city must dismantle all the hard work.
 
21 Sep. 1973
Of Smoke Filled Rooms
When a politician's actions anger the students they decide to get involved by running their own candidate, Gary Winters. Pete Dixon and Alice Johnson advise but the teens learn the details of a campaign with unexpected results.
 
28 Sep. 1973
Can Nun Be One Too Many?
Marie is a new teacher at Whitman and Mr. Kaufman develops a romantic interest in her. But after he learns she has recently left her vocation as a Catholic sister he has second thoughts.
 
5 Oct. 1973
No Island is an Island
Tony is a recently arrived migrant from Mexico and has trouble fitting in at Walt Whitman. He needs help on several levels and doesn't realize Liz McIntyre plus the rest of the staff is there, ready to help.
 
26 Oct. 1973
Twenty-Five Words or Less
Herbie has contest fever and believes he can hit it big. He starts to annoy both staff and students by his constant pursuit of winning prizes over anything else going on.
 
2 Nov. 1973
Pete's Protege
Pete Dixon's student teacher wonders when he will get the chance to be in front of the classroom. When Pete has the flu, he gets his chance.
 
9 Nov. 1973
Love Is a Many Splintered Thing
Tracy Rice is a student in Miss Johnson's creative writing class and Alice asks her author father Jim for advice. The two develop an interest in each other making Tracy jealous and she spreads a nasty rumor that threatens the teacher's job.
 
16 Nov. 1973
Pi in the Sky
Budget cutbacks see the removal of typewriters, uniforms and even a refrigerator at Whitman. Liz McIntyre is trying to help math genius Toby get into Stanford but he decides to hack the computer to get back the school supplies.
 
30 Nov. 1973
Mismatch Maker
Alice encourages Woody in writing poetry over the objections of his businessman dad because there's no money in it. Alice connects Woody with musician Melinda and they sell a song but that doesn't make Woody or his father happy.
 
7 Dec. 1973
Here's to the Boy Mostly Likely
Chuck is an overachiever at Whitman and looking forward to a receiving a scholarship Mr. Kaufman hands out. But he handles the stress by drinking excessively and Pete Dixon tries to help him see that's a losing situation.
 
21 Dec. 1973
El Greco to Jason
Amy broke up with her jock boyfriend Les and turns her attention to Jason who responds by drawing portraits of her. Miss Johnson hopes he will enter an art competition and continue his education but Jason is thinking about marriage.
 
28 Dec. 1973
MPG
Jason, Bernie and other classmates are getting a car ready for a competition between high schools. Transfer students Henry and Marvin want to enter a different vehicle so Pete Dixon intervenes leading to an unusual race.
 

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