Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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llfor one ,Ne .es-W' Remember group projects? Or group anything. Remember how difficult it was to get a group of people, all of whom claimed to be your friends, to discard favorites and biases and actually accomplish something? The cheerleaders did it on a grand scale - without the benefit of a written set of rules - to solve problems. Imagine spending a year with the same 10 people. Think of having to travel for hours, spending the better part of your weekends cheering at games with the same faces. Imagine trying to agree what looked best and what the crowd needed or wanted. "It's hard leading leaders," said Milton Buckelew, senior public relations major and head cheerleader, as he summed up being in charge of the varsity cheerleaders. However, Buckelew and Matt Ray, both second-year cheerleaders, said the squad got along very well. "Especially," said Ray, junior radio-TV major from Dallas, "considering we had so many different kinds of people." Buckelew added, "You can cheer for eight years and have some ideas that are pretty dominant. And then you can cheer for two years and have some really different ideas. You have to learn to compromise." Cheering can really test character, Buckelew said, because an image of being energetic and enthusiastic must be maintained. And there's no allowance for days when everything's gone wrong and the weekend had pro- mised the last chance to become reacquainted with a pillow. "Even if you're in a bad mood," Buckelew said, "you have to cheer. I'm not one who hides that well either. But you have to." And they want to. They were different types, but they blended their common traits of fierce school pride and exuberance. - Amy HaWe!d Top: Head cheerleader Milt Buckelew teaches the crowd a new chant at a midnight pep rally. Middle Ielt: Robin lgo asks lane lor a ahow ol Wildcat spirit. Middle right: Misty Sawyer gets into the apirit ol a pep rally and dona a cowboy hat tor the occasion. Bottom left: Beth Owena belts out encouragement to the team. nu,- lx 'mi ff Good .. I i !M,,a4lll ,Muni R. FRONT ROW: Craig Stone, Misty Sawyer, Beth Owens, Matt Ray. BACK ROW: Fran Arreazola, Cheri Wilson, 2 Nelson Coates, Terri Wilson, Milt Buckelew. NOT PICTURED: Robin Igo. Cheerleaders f 209 Fl, Goodman

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