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Spirit shines during Homecoming
It was a cool but pleasant evening
for this year's Homecoming events.
julie Kimble received the honor of
1984 Homecoming queen. Iulie's
court included jeanine Bogedain,
Lisa Browning, and Valerie Zieske
as senior representatives. The class
representatives were junior Gina
Livesay, sophomore Krista Miller,
freshman Dana Sortor.
The week before Homecoming is
traditionally dedicated to spirit
week. There were many scheduled
activities for the students to partici-
pate in. Monday was Class Color
Day, Tuesday was Sweats Day, Dress
Up Day was Wednesday, Thursday
was Hats and Buttons Day, and Fri-
day was Blue and White Day.
The varsity cheerleaders helped to
enhance spirit week by holding a
couple of activities also. Sweetheart
Displaying their spirit on the float entitled
"Vikings Strike Back" are sophomores Dena
Matthews and Kathy Colsell.
Escorting his daughter, Gina Livesay, as ju-
nior representative is her father, Mike Witt.
Day gave students a chance to show
that "special" someone how much
they cared by sending a carnation.
Rob Salenbien was awarded Home-
coming king by his classmates. Stu-
dents voted for their favorite guy by
placing money in jars that were spe-
cifically marked with each nomi-
nee's name. Each penny was
counted as one vote.
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this year on Wednesday night. It w
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streets of Dundee.
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The 1984 Homecoming court and their escorts are sophomore Krista Miller and Troy Ott, seni
Ieanine Bogedain and Pat McCracken, senior Val Zieske and Rob Salenbien, senior julie Kimb
and Mike Lowe, senior Lisa Browning and Bill Falk, junior Gina Livesay and Kevin Kirkpatric
freshman Dana Sortor and Terry Murdock.
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The Detroit Tigers of 1984 roared
through the season, the playoffs and
the World Series. During these excit-
ing months, the Tigers performed a
feat not done since 1927 by the New
York Mets. They were the first team
since the Mets that went
wire-to-wire and never looked back.
The fans went crazy. But why not?
It had been 16 years since the Tigers
were in the Series. They rocked the
stadium at the corner of Michigan
and Trumbell with the wave while
the "Boys" on the field shook the
nerves of their opponents.
Long time Tiger fan Karen Scott
was one of these Tigermania crazed
fans. Among some of the games that
she went to was the nineteen-inning
loss in April to Cleveland. The game
ended shortly after 1:00 a.m. She
also attended the series against the
Yankees in the spring. "The only
bad part of the season was waiting
in line for two hours," stated Karen.
One of the fans lucky enough to
get World Series tickets was Mr.
Stock, who bought scalper tickets
shortly after the final game started.
"It was really an experience," stated
Mr. Stock, who also said that most of
the people were there for the Tigers
and only a few started the violence.
It was a long wait for fame in
Tiger-town, but well worth the wait.
One of the highlights of the Tigers' 35-5 streak was the no-hitter against Chicago pitched by Iac
Morris. After the game, Morris was embraced in a hug by Lance Parrish.
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