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PERFOR) The Ames High Drill Team performed to the music of the Pep Band, providing entertainment for several home basketball games. Unfortunately, two performances were cancelled due to bad weather, leaving them with a total of five drills for the season. Junior Linda Sutter said, ''| enjoyed being part of the Drill Team because It was a lot of fun and It gave me a chance to get to know a lot of people.” Sponsor Mary Kautzky judged the girls at the beginning of the year, picking 20 for the team. More help was given to the girls by Ann Butler, a student teacher from ISU. A big event for the Drill Team was in May when they performed with the marching band in the VEISHEA parade at ISU. Junior Barb Moore, who was chosen captain, commented, ‘‘The team has a lot of talent and | think we proved it by our performances. " 14 Drill Team Below: OK CAPT’N. A smile of satisfaction is shown by Barb Moore as she leads the routine. Bottom: CONCENTRATION. Contemplating about her next drill, Michele Hanson has only seconds before their closing number.
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Top Center: HAPPY MEMORIES. Reggie Harrington and Julie Waters relive their experiences of being the 1976 Homecoming king and queen during the Coronation. Bottom Center: THE HUSTLE. Quarterback Kevin Highland sprints for the goal line. " A my Kn d 1 id e 81007 Homecoming 1977's theme, ''You ain't seen nothing yet, " came true in many ways for the Homecoming Committee. " |t was a lot of work, and | wish we would have gotten more support,'' commented Debbie Sobottka, Homecoming Committee chairperson. For the Homecoming '77 Committee, everything seemed to go wrong. The hired homecoming group, Saphire, ‘forgot’ about the engagement, so at the last minute Craig Perrin, head of the decorating committee, asked t he group Criss Cross to appear. Further complications arose for the Homecoming Committee when the $30 torch purchased this year to be used at the opening of the game was accidently thrown away a few hours prior to the game. Consequently, a last minute torch had to be made to take the place of the disposed one. Along with these surprises came the cancellation of the varsity football game at half-time because of rain. But all ended well Saturday as the Little Cyclones went on to beat West Waterloo, 28 to 14. Homecoming 13
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Upper Left: WHAT'S HAPPENING? Tammi Jordan checks both sides to make sure her steps are in perfect rhythm. Lower Left: GRAND FINALE. Performing a routine to the Ames High Fight Song, the Drill team winds up their half-time show. Below: THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT. Michele Hanson shows the audience that there is more to a drill than marching. Drill Team 15
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