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Page 111 text:
JUNIOR VARSITY: KNEELING: Martha Lee, Patty Wright, Pam Fleming, Phoebe Mills, Teri D ' Emilio, Mary Jane Phlegar. STANDING: Susan Kingery, Shirley Ferguson, Donna King, Head Cheerleader; Caroline Waldrop, Doris Myers. SPONSORS Miss Mary Ellen Wetta, Eighth Grade; Miss Sue Bolen, Eighth Grade; Miss Ann Thomason, Junior Varsity; Not Pictured: Miss LaVern Bailey, Varsity. ! 4 L m J I 5 Cl t Wk J EIGHTH GRADE Sharon Carter, Head Cheerleader Debbie Waggy Connie Ruscigno Debbie Wheeling Becky Stover Margaret Tillman Pat Hancock Linda Lafon Becky Lee
Page 110 text:
iPBMft EM Mr f 1 llJL [ftk. n j J ’ • Iff v ' ' W j - M 1 .1;’ flip H VARSITY: BOTTOM TO TOP: Leigh Smith, Mascot; Jodi Dennis, Head Cheer Leader,- Linda Johnston, Sandy Sizer, Ryan Burke, Co-Head; Betty Spencer, Gayle Volpe, Madey Gearheart, Susan Payne, Linda Moses, Judy Jones, Cathy Hall, Joyce Miller, Camille Thomas. CHEERLEADERS
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FOOTBALL This is football, that great, grueling game that entices males from grade school to grandfathers. There is some¬ thing somehow attractive about the spirit of competition, the knocks and bruises, the fierce teamwork that it takes to win. Football — that game that brings glory to a school if the season is good, but if not, the fans still got all the thrills and threw ail the confetti, and shouted until they were hoarse. Football, as with any sport, takes good teams, and good men to coach them. Coaches must be men of common sense and perception and patience, patience, patience. Coaches must be unselfish people. They give of themselves as teachers, as friends, as tireless fans, and advisors. Coaches pull for some¬ thing besides themselves. They pull for us, for Andrew Lewis. Eddie Joyce: Head Varsity Coach. Our Coaches fill the bill. Look over them with pride. 108
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