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Enthusiastic sophomores go punk With their usuol abundont energy, sopho- mores go oil out ot the Homecoming pep session. — Gil Denbrool
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iquiggy in Carroll High SchooP No it ' s only Tim Click dressed up in the fifties- style dress — Diane Alexander Fifties-style hood Dob Zerull is sur- rounded by o group of odmiring sopho- mores girls, o scene stroight from the " rock ond roll " ero — Gil Benbrook Spirit and ccstuiries maWe weeii excitinfi. In what orher week would you see Indians, reddy bears, greasers, droculos, and punk rockers? Only spirit week, which included many varied spirit days. The week was started with a bang with " shoot ' em up " day. Attire ranged from cowboy hots and spurs to holsters, and even an occasional rope need- ed to catch the varmints seen stolking CHS hallways. " Pur ' em to sleep " doy featured doctor dentons ond the favorite woolies and flan- nels. Bunny pajamas and ted- dy bears were also seen among the crowd. Bobby socks and saddles, greased hair, ond leather jackets completed the ' 50 ' s look on Wednesday ' s " Old- foshloned victory " doy. Students were tronspored bock to the days of poodle skirts, pony rails, and sock hops. Thursday ' s " Spook ' em " doy brought out all the resident ghosts, witches, and droculos. Raggedy Ann and even Miss Piggy were seen roaming the halls. And finally Fridoy ' s punk rock day arrived. Garbage bogs, bizarre outfits, and starched and painted hair created the " punk " look. Devo hots, pearl earrings ond gym shoes also contributed to the general look for the day. — Lisa Lowery Spirit Week 11
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Who soys good guys olwoys weor white? " Sheriff " Brion Beverly coptures " ourlow " Bob Coffee on Western Day. — Gil Benbrook To the songs of Excaliber, Kevin John- son leods o troin of junior girls or the Homecoming donee. — Wotter ' s Studio Getting comfortable in Sponish III doss, senior Teri Von Deylen cuddles with her purple teddy bear on Pojomo Doy — Gil Benbrook Anticpatins was most €f the fun Decked out Devo Style. Brion Pelking- ' on chots with Dione McComb and Corel Millemon os he punks out to show nis spirit. — Gil Benbtook That ' s what you call on eoger eoter! Gory Porter chows down in o pudding eoting contest ogoinst Rex Hoke; Goty come out the victor. — Gil Benbrook Spirit mounted. Junior-senior rivalries exploded. Trodition faced chonge ond caused controversy. Before doss Wednesdoy morning, energy ran fiigh os junior and senior girls eocfi tried to prove their supremocy. Signs odorned the halls proclaiming one powder puff team or the other as superior. Chants of " eighty-tv o, eighty-two ... " and " J-J-JUN-I-I-IOR " filled the halls. The powder puff gome was to hove undergone some chonges this year. Traditionally, each ream sported o squad of five guy cheerleaders while two other seniors served os referees. However, these features were dropped. Even so, players and spec- tators eagerly onticipoted the annual grudge match. Unfor- tunately, everyone arrived on- ly to find out the game hod been concelled due to incle- ment weather. The week culminated in o dance featuring the band Ex- calibur. Under the direction of Carroll grod Greg Rank, the bond dedicated the first dance to homecoming Queen Lori Reece and her court. — Amy Sanders Spirit Week 13
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