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One of the memorable events of the school year was the first Football
Homecoming in the history of the school on the weekend of November 13. The
Athletic Association sponsored the event and received much assistance in mak-
ing it a great success. Ahuge pep rally complete with bonfire and band began
the week-end festivities. Cheerleaders, students, band, floats and convertibles
all helped to make the pre-game parade colorful. One of the highlights of the
Homecoming was the crowning of the Football Queen, Mary Eller, by co-cap-
tains Michael Riley and Richard Moore. Six girls selected by senior team
members made up the queen's court-Nancy Stephens, Betty Cregar, Kay Par-
ker, Loudene Dunning, Evelyn Lake andlvlargot Breslin. The game, Aberdeen
vs. Havre de Grace, was a real thriller with the final score 39-O in favor of'
Aberdeen. The weekend was completed with a gala orchestra dance featuring
'ausic by the Pastels.
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