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Page 13 text:
That's it, that's the ticket! Lunch
hour's purpose wasn't only to nourish
students, but to provide time to com- "Oh ... come on, Indians" cheers Ka-
pare test composition or the latest tie Degitz and her friends during a
gossip- home tennis match at Mays Park.
4 , S .,.
"Have a Sprite and a smile," says
Chris Daoust as he enjoys visiting
with his friends on lunch hour.
The homecoming court pauses for a
moment together while the band
plays a tune after the 1987 home-
coming queen is crowned.
Yeeeaaahhh, yells Pat Gibson, Heather
Aubrey, and Rusta Hudson as they lead
the bonfire pep rally at Denny Field.
Taking the job seriously, Andy Lee and
J.J. Johangten count homecoming
queen ballots -just one of the many
responsibilities of Student Council.
Page 12 text:
The dazzling green sequin body suit and
tire for the Ten Little Indians and for
Student Life was . . .
Signing your name over and
over on registration day. Filling
out countless cards in Home-
room. Climbing stairs to find it's
the wrong building. Closing your
locker on your coat. Eating spa-
ghetti in the cafeteria on Thurs-
day. Having your mouth full
when someone says hello.
Trudging to class with an armful
of books. Forgetting the book
for that class. Studying until
dawn for that semester final.
Yelling at the football games in
the rain. Leaving your car win-
dows down and it unexpectedly
rains. Losing money in the coke
machines. Begging your locker
to open when it is jammed.
Counting the minutes before
3:00. Dropping your books in the
hallway. Sitting with your bud-
dies on lunch. Listening to 360
minutes of lectures. Running to
class - plopping down in a chair
and ten minutes later realizing
you're in the wrong room.
Cheering when school was out .
.. BUT missing Student
Life at AHS ...
Page 14 text:
ndians trash Trojans
under Hovermale's reign
It seemed as though there was not
going to be a Homecoming as we sat in
our cars and watched the rain come
down. Fortunately, the rain stopped
just in time for the festivities to begin.
With "Trashing the Trojans" in mind,
the traditional Homecoming parade
circled the track before the kicl, off.
The results had an unusual twist - a
tie! The Juniors with their pickup and
the sophomores literally trashing the
Trojans with their trash truck shared
All eyes were center field as Christy
Hovermale was crowned Homecoming
queen by last year's queen, Stephanie
A clever background adds to the fun and impor-
tance of Homecoming pictures for sophomore
JR Records and his date.
Tough-guy teammates Wardell Pride, Kevin
Wohlford, and Wendell Crumes intensely watch
their peers in a game from the sidelines.
Lewis. Filling out her court were Se-
niors Amy Behrens and Shonnie Wil-
son, junior Angel Kolins, sophomore
Rachel Jackson and freshman Heather
But what would Homecoming be
without football, whether it was Pow-
der Puffers or the victorious Indian
team going for the touchdowns? The
fun began Thursday when for the
fourth straight year, the Senior class
claimed victory at the ever popular
Powder Puff Games. To the seniors
and sophomores it was serious busi-
ness as they went head on in the cham-
pionship game which resulted in a tie.
When the pre-game festivities were
over, the indians trashed, trompled
and triumphed over the New Castle
From early in the game it was evi-
dent that we were there to hustle and
not be tied down. The Indian team
went full speed ahead to claim their
After the victory 400 students made
their way to the Commons for pictures
and a great night full of fun and memo-
ries. When the festivities were over for
the Seniors, underclassmen, alumni,
and administration, it was a night to
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