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Page 11 text:
Seniors Wendi Pena, Shelly
Thibodeaux, Amy 0'MaIley,
Cheri Armstrong, Allyson
Burt, Tom Luce and Jeff
Keene cheer for the Rams at
the dome. At the play-off
game, the Rams were
supported by not only Elsik
students but also by many
Hastings students. Photo by
Revelllers Jody Morris,
Shannon Pratt, Linda
Pavllcek, Laura Becker,
Jessica Moreno, Sue Lee and
A week of long, hard practices
finally pay off as the Blue
Bombers "successfully" per-
form routlnes to Jungle
Love and The Bird. The Blue
Bombers have performed for
Powder Puff half-time since
the first game in 1978. Photo
by L. Cates
Wendy Arnold finish their
dance to the 1984 Olympics
Theme at the Homecoming
Game. Photo by M. Spiller
Page 10 text:
, ' . Growth,
And House Bill 72
As Elsik has grown and changed in size and interests, so have the
many activities in which students participate.
Some of Elsik's early clubs such as History Club and Library Club have
disappeared, but new clubs such as Mu Alpha Theta, Wet Paint and
Academic Decathlon have formed.
The first homecoming was celebrated in 1979 when the first senior
class that graduated returned home. New sports and teams such as
soccer, swimming and diving were also added.
Organizations have also grown. The first Revelliers squad consisted
of only 36 members and has 70 members today. The first band had
only 24 members and now has 157 members. Clubs such as NHS and
Student Council have grown from 22 and 23 members to 130 and 166
House Bill 72 raised eligibility standards so that participants in any
extracurricular activities who were failing one class were ineligible.
Although involvement has maintained, participants and sponsors
were given a new challenge with HB 72's passage.
Senlor Mlke Mullen perfects Sam Cralg in Our Town.
hls make-up for his role as Photo by L. Cates
Mr. Porter, who has been the
coordinating principal for
three years, refereed the first
game In 1976. During the
game, a student showed Mr.
Porter his displeasure with
one of hls calls and covered
hlm wlth shavlng cream. F
Senlor Gary Neal is ready to llne defenseas manyofthe JV
go on the fleld again for goal players slt and watch the
BI-Dlstrlct play-off game
the dome. Photo by L.
Page 12 text:
Linebacker George Craig, 50,
and Tackle, Chris Owens, 79,
prepare to shut down the
Spring Woods offense one
more time. Photo by C.
They Tried But . .
The Points Never Came
Spring Woods, was the
same team that Elsik
challenged last year.
"Although we won last
year, the score was
only 3-O and the
victory didn't come
until the last thirty
seconds when we
finally got that crucial
scored their field goal
with 11:55 left in the
fourth quarter, and at
the seven second
mark, the Rams
scored their only two
points of the game on
a safety. "lt seemed
like no matter what
we did, we just
couldn't put any
points on the board,"
Senior Gary Neal
explained, "The game
was a major noises of the band
disappointment. We playing Jump, the
have a better team, Revelliers' chants and
we just weren't ready cowbells on
for the game." homecoming mums
The night was filled the air. Every few
perfect. As the first seconds, there was a
few people trickled scream of delight as
into the stadium, someone saw a friend
expectancy and high that had graduated
hopes filled the air. No and welcomed him
one would have home.
uessed that the e This was the third
8 D D
rally at school game of the season
Thursday morning was and the varsity
a total disaster. football team had
"Everyone was really managed to maintain gag' 5,312 '95,Qggg'f,'n'g
bummed out because 3 2-1 l'9C0Vd- HAHGT reverse play while Seniors
of the new rules about defeating Lee and Gary Porter, 24, and Chris
not wrapping the Katy in the first games
school and staying of the season, the first crown Kim." As
behind the black line game of district graduates settled into
at the pep rally," competition held high their routines at
explained Senior hopes for everyone," college, they realized
Wendi Pena. said Senior Jill that they missed
Sophomore Karen Edmunson. many of the comforts
Speanburg said, "I was Although the game of home. Former
really disappointed at demonstrated a Revellier Officer Penny
the pep rally. I would heartbreaking loss, Vezos came home,
have hated to have returning Homecoming "because l wanted to
been in the shoes of Queen Jennifer West see the Revies dance
the football players." was, "just happy to be and I missed
At the game, typical back and to get to everybody." A8tM
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necessary blocks. Photo by C
Engineering major Joel
home because, "l was
out of clean clothes,
tired of cafeteria food
and most of the
people from my
graduating class were
coming home too."
By Rae Rabe,
Editor in Chief
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