The two teams ran onto the field, first the Mean Machine (juniors, sophomores), then the 70-aters (seniors). Both teams did calisthenics and warm-up drills. Then the cry, from referee Charles Windsor, that 50 girls had been waiting for, ''Let's play ۳ The 70-aters kicked off to an eager Mean Machine squad. The Mean Machine offense was tough, but not tough enough. The 70-aters amazed fans and players alike by actually tackling the ‘Mean Machine ball carriers several times. The Machine was down as the two teams Ee: into the locker room with ای half tim e score of 12-0 in favor of the 70 aters. Thes ue pep talk was iie do. your best, c get out there and win! The | WOEN Machine locker room, however, ye سو sheer bedlam. Coach Flummerfelt - was ranting and raving about the “To hell with the rules: defense, در get out there and smash وت Coach Conley yelled to his linemen, “We're not POIVER PUFF BALL taste of their own medicine. Seniors were hitting the ground right and left. Juniors and sophomores Were skidding, sliding and being tossed to the ground. The brutal battle was on! The players didn’t think anybody saw some of the fleshtearing tricks they pulled, but some people 010, Eric Gleason, who was a spectator, said later, ‘‘You guys really played dirty football. I've never seen such an inhumane showing of girls attitudes as displayed during this hair raising battle.” This may have been true as one sophomore tried to justify her dirty playing by saying, “The seniors started all the fighting so we had to fight back.’’ One senior said, ‘‘We really did the job, even though | got a few bruises.” E ۷ the battle was over, the bloodshed and the beating were stopped. The final result was 26-12 in favor of the 70-aters. The Mean Machine was disappointed but were proud of the many seniors who bit | the dust. out to win anymore, we're out to seehow many seniors we can get!” These words : . stirred new life into the Mean Machine. ` Tor jp They charged out of the locker room. The eo e v : air was full of the cries " Kil thes seniors! " S =the a n 2 nt : As the half sta arted the 70. aters sgor a | 7 هزم ا Abtoft. - Oum و is Kathy Abel 7 CH Ss ew " E dera TATE 194 Juniors ES DOWN SET. The Mean Machine offense | attempts to move ine ball against the 70-ater defense. Lower Right: KNOCK’ EM DEAD. Vicki Stahler paints a window in anticipation of homecoming. ws -
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