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hen one thinks of
football one thinks of
cold weather, great
action, and togetherness radiating
throughout a crowd. Three
groups that promoted excitement
especially during the football
season were the band,
cheerleaders, and Talonettes.
The largest of these was the
band, 113 strong, which
underwent a year of transition.
The biggest change came with a
new band director, Mr. Fred
Smith, who brought with him new
ideas including a new marching
style. Mr. Smith was in his
seventeenth year of teaching and
came to Crowley from
The new marching style was
the corps style which offered
more dramatic halftime shows
because it gave freedom of
movement, unlike the more
traditional military style.
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Dazed and confused, Band Sweetheart
Lisa Anderson watches her line during early
morning marching practice,
Four trombones. A line of proud
trombonists march during halftime of the