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of a diiierent drum . . .
l I 1 1
BOOM, boom, boom, boom.
BOOM, boom, boom, boom. The
gym was dark. The only light
came from two spotlights in the
corners. The crowd of over
8,000 rose excitedly to their feet
and cheered loudly as the Indian
Mascot and Maiden began their
ritual, the sacred Indian dance.
The beating of the drum, the
beat ofa different drum, echoed
throughout the fan-packed gym
for every home basketball game,
every pep session, and in every
What made us different? Was
it because of our unique mas-
cots - Indians rather than Ti-
gers or Trojans? Was it because
our gym is the second largest in
the state? Was it because it usu-
ally holds a capacity crowd? lt
was all of these things and more.
lt was because of the common
pulse of pride which beats within
every one of us and will for gen-
erations to come.
And so all 1463 of us went on
to the beat of a different drum,
to new and greater achieve-
ments. lt was evident that we
were all alike as Indians, but also
as different and unique as the
rhythms we moved to. We took
pride in our athletes winning
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