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Page 17 text:
noe is never enough
for the lVlarching Indians
"Think, Look, Listen, Excitement"
was the whispered chant of the Ander-
son Marching Indians as they rounded
the Indiana State Fair track to defend
their first place rank. With fingers
pointed into the crowd to the judges
and any others with doubt in their
hearts, the Indian Band took the track
for competition with the knowledge
that they were the "band to beat."
Exploding off the starting line with
Fanfare of the Cornmonman, the Indi-
ans led into a moving arrangement of
Applacian Spring while marching down-
track in various formations that fea-
tured a company front and incorporat-
ed both patriotic and Indian themes.
Steve Streaty and Julie Crammer be-
gan the Indians middle section with an
entertaining trumpet-melephone duet
of Buckaroo Holiday that pushed on
into intricate pictures enhanced by
that ever-popular Indian music. A trum-
pet quintet perverbially jammed to
"Ten Little Indians" while an lndianette
and Colour Guard kickline virtually
brought the house down. Theatrical
flutes and whipping flags accented a
percussion solo of Turkey in the Straw
and cute toy section, which preceded
Anderson's closing piece.
Still playing the Indian theme, the
band continued on into a rendition of
the '85 show's entrance, Ceremonial
War Dance. After a breathtaking flash
cube ripple and several measures from
the traditional Indian Love Call, the ln-
dians, with a snappy salute, turned and
marched off, heads high, State Fair
Band Day Champions once again.
On the first day of July, 130 dedicat-
ed Indians embarked on what was to
be the beginning of 22,900 hours of
work to perfect their unique State Fair
show. These desire-packed marchers
had no idea that they were going to
endure so much pride and greatness.
lndianette Rachel Hexamer thrills the crowd dur-
ing a pre-game show with her fire baton.
Drum Major Ashley Tappan conducts the 130-
member, state-winning band with precision and
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The lndian band demands the judges attention as
they take the track during the state fair
Head upg chin upg smile perfect! Luci Lane,
Lisa Robb. Kelley Boze and Michele Ebbert snap
to attention on the line,
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execution of the colour-guard half-time routine.
During an Indians' performance, Mike White belts
out a song on his gleancing baritone,
Page 18 text:
heerleaders lead more
than cheers and chants
"Please buy some suckers! I have to
sell five boxes!" This indeed was one of
the more popular yells heard repeated-
ly by the cheerleaders. Each one sold
suckers to fellow classmates, neigh-
bors or whoever was willing to buy
them in order to earn money to pur-
chase their jackets.
Along with selling suckers, the cheer-
leaders also organized a cheerleading
clinic for 5th and 6th graders which
took place before summer began.
The girls attended ICC camp at De-
Pauw University for four days during
the summer where they learned a vari-
ety of new cheers and chants. Each
squad received a number of ribbons
throughout the week and in the final
competition, the Reserve squad took
home the first place trophy for their
outstanding skills. Kelly Miller of the
Varsity squad received the Miss ICC
Freshman, Missy Fischer, was one of
the few cheerleaders who entered the
Miss Gymnast contest in which she was
runner-up. The first night at camp, all
three squads received the Spirit Mega-
phone for their shimmering spirit.
In June, all cheerleaders worked at
the Eighth Street Festival. They
worked at the dunk tank for St. John's
Children Clinic. Freshman cheerleader,
Heather Gavin, commented, "lt was in-
teresting to see the people who wanted
to dunk an Indian. I had a lot of fun!"
Cheerleaders put in some long, hard
hours of practice, during the summer
and after school. Their new coach was
Mrs. BeeJee Seybert. Working togeth-
er as a team, the cheerleaders yelled,
screamed and cheered the Indians to
FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS H Front Row: An-
drea Robbins, Camille Jack, Missy Fisher. Back
Row: Jessica Plummer, Heather Gavin, Amber
Reserve cheerleaders symbolize
"V" for victory as the Indians lead
12 to zero in AHS homecoming
against the Trojans.
Mouths open and ready to go! Missy
Clawson, Courtenay Kendall, and
Anne Boleyn cheer in an "easy-go"
CLAP! STOMP! Everyone up! Early
or late, cheerleaders still have that
school spirit as they cheer at the
Red 81 Green Game.
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