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15-LOVE . . . Junior Cindy Patterson returns a shot by her opponent in the match against Attucks. RUN ON ANYTHING . . . Sophomore Angie Propes runs toward third during the Brebeuf game. 13
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' Skins brave weather KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL . . . Senior Oscar Ritchie stands ready to hit the next strike. " In like a lamb and out like a lion, " an old saying about March, was applicable to the 1983 spring weather. Warm spring-like conditions drew sportsmen to practice fields, but unseasonably cool weather put a damper on their activity. Girls ' softball coach Kirby Julian explained, " We were out practicing in early March, and we thought we were going to have perfect weather for our drilling, but cold weather came back in on us, and we had to call practice off a few times because it was freezing and was impossible to do anything. " Nevertheless, adverse weath- er didn ' t hinder the spring games. Some Redskins joined the baseball, girls ' softball, and girls ' tennis teams while others participated in girls ' and boys ' track. Determination and tolerance brought victories and pride to Manual. DOWN AND READY . . . Junior Tammy Cox awaits the coming of the ball into her territory. FIRST PLACE . . . Junior Lome Green crosses the finish line in a meet with Perry Meridian. 12
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Bright lights and city nights After school spots great for unwinding McDonald ' s, Noble Roman ' s, and Dairy Queen. These estab- lishments were all frequented by Manualites every weekend throughout the year. And while many thought of the fast food restaurants, others had their minds on the local shopping malls and cinemas. Noble Roman ' s proved to be a very popular spot after the Friday night football games. While most of the players went for the food, some went just for the night life. The movies were great places for rest and relaxation after a hectic week of school work. There Redskins could enjoy the film along with some refresh- ments. Although most students used these places for recreation, sev- eral were employed in them. The money earned was often used on recreation when they had time off from work, or in the case of a few dedicated in- dividuals, saved for the ex- penses of an upcoming college education. THEN YOU . . . Senior Kim Bray shows her popcorn boxing technique on the job at the local cinema. WHAT WERE YOU SAYING? . . Sophomore Kim McNeeley and fresh man Kathy McHugh socialize while en joying their Cokes. HOLD THE PICKLE . . . Junior Wil- liam Pennington works hard in prepar- ing an order for a customer. 14
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