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Gilbert Castillo- '
INTO A BIG
Before a pep rally, the
cheerleaders can think of the
wackiest contests for students to
participate in. Many times
teachers have also been the gulli-
ble recipients of these quacky
challenges. One of the two they
participated in was the Pie Eating
On November 14th, the con-
testants squeezed into tiny school
desks, hands tied, and their heads
poised over the creamy meringue
before them. When the signa to
start was sounded, the con-
testants threw their faces into the
Gracie Gonzales lets Darryl Beasley know
that he can stop, the contest is over and
despite the fact that he demolished his pie,
he still lost to Mr. Boyer.
Mr. Boyer breaks the rules by not
his hands behind his back to win t
eating contest. . . it worked.
pies, tossing the frothy dessert
about. Mr. Gerald Boyer got his
hands free and grabbed the pie tin
and kept eating. Mr. Darryl
Beasley and Mrs. Nina Johnson
tried desperately to catch up. Miss
Tiki Lamar reportedly ate one
swallow, then faked it till the end.
Miss Patti Smith couldn't resist
getting into the action and grabb-
ed a camera for a picture of Mr.
Boyer and other contestants.
After seeing her, Mr. Boyer grabb-
ed a handfull of whip cream
lemon, threw it at her, and hit h
square in the face as the crowd
student spectators cheered.
The crowd shouted for the
favorite faculty member as pie fi
ed faces arose in a fun, wi
uproar. In the end, all of tho:
hard to burn off calories we
back as A. C. Jones' principal, Mr
Boyer, emerged as the winner.”