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Page 13 text:
FAVORITE CLASS? English was voted the
favorite class by the majority of the student
body, after lunch of course! Tony DiCorpa
and Myra Ciprian listen attentively as Mr.
MR. THRILLER. According to the students
at Bedford, as well as all over the world,
Michael Iackson was voted the 111 perform'
er of the year.
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CRAZES QF '83
Although no one wants to be
called "average", this years Epic
staff set out on a quest to find the
typical Bedford student. 25W of the
student body, freshman through
seniors, were asked to fill out a
questionaire covering everything
from favorite fads to ways of im-
proving B.H.S. The results reflect
the most popular answer in each
Favorite movie of 83!84-
Favorite TV show-"The A Team".
Average hours of TV watched dai-
Favorite radio station-98 WGCL.
Average hours of radio listened
to-5-6 hours daily.
Favorite album-what else but,
Iackson, of course!
Best concert-Van Halen
Favorite teacher-Mrs. Israel and
in second place, Mrs. Kozak.
Most popular animals-dogs dnd
cats, with a few birds and snakes
thrown in for good measure!
Most students worked at-fastfood
places or clothing stores, and the
average working hours vary from
15 to 20 hours per week.
Favorite fad-The "Flashdance
Least favorite fad-The "Flash-
Favorite slang saying-"What's
Least favorite slang saying-"That's
The thing people most want to
change at B.H,S. was to have long-
er lunch periods, or to be able to
go out for lunch. The class most
people wanted to add was
psychology, followed by dance and
modeling. Most people were
heading for college in the future.
Most people classified themselves
as preppy or just normal.
As you can see, responses really
varied, so we leave it up to you to
decide what the "average" B.H.S.
student is like!
X fs? X
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In past years Bedford seemed to suf-
fer from a lack of spirit and unity
among the student body, but in 1983
the tide turned and the entire school
seemed to be caught up in the
excitement of regame activities. What
caused this cliange? Chris Zawacki,
captain of the Varsity Football
Cheerleaders said, "The cheerleaders
worked harder to motivate spirit at ep
rallies. There were also more leaders
in the junior and senior classes. Every-
one really helped, though."
Spirit Days helped to attract new
groups of students, gettin more people
than ever before invo ved in spirit
raising activities. Ideas for these days
ranged from "Bandana Day" t
y . f these
days was to get a wider cross-section of
students involved in school spirit. Da s
such as "Green-and-White Day" rea ly
helped to show support for our athletic
During Homecoming week the show
CATCHI G THE SPIRIT
. ......t. . if of student spirit grew to near epidemic
proportions. The first wave hit with the
sale of Bearcat pointer hats sponsored
by the Band. Then came the decorating
of the halls. The revival of the
Homecoming Dance was rosting on
the cake and made the wee a success.
Some of the effects of spirit weelf
will be with us permanently. Remem-
ber the Bearcat painted on the South
House hallway during Spirit Week by
the sophomores? It will soon be perma-
nently replaced by colored tiles in the
form of a Bearcat.
School spirit is more than a visual
form of school loyalty, but also a
feeling or belief in each other. As Mrs.
Ferone said, "Spirit isn't only showing
up for games or decorating alls. It is
an attitude toward each other."
10 SPIRIT DAYS
WILD TIMES, One of the many activities
designed to increase student spirit was the
decorating of the halls. The Seniors were
assigned the area outside of the Senior So-
cial Room and predicted, "It's gonna be
PUNK DAY. Bedford students turned New
Wave for one day to show their spirit and
support the football team. Freshman Mi-
chelle Schneider gets in on the oct.
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