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GUIDANCE FROM A HIGH PLACE . . . Band director Mr. Bruce R. Smith instructs his marchers from high on a riser. DRIVE! . . . Football players push " Bertha " the sled across the field while others await their turn. AT ATTENTION . . . Special READY, AND PLAY . . . Drum major instructor Tangela Guidry leads the Lisa Eggert, senior, directs the band, majorettes.
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Dedication Devotion sparks ' Skins The already shortened ' 83 summer ended even earlier for the dedicated ' Skins who returned burning with pride ready to explode into action. Coach Ray Schultz ' s football squad began drilling during the first week of August, anticipating their first bout with the Tech Titans. Chanting, " Beat one, " they pushed for perfection in order to bring pride to the Manual community. The band, headed by Mr. Bruce R. Smith, marched its way through the summer heat and blasted spirit to the ears of the Redskins. Coach Kate Lawrie ' s volleyball crew assembled during the late weeks of August. The team practiced two times a day in hopes that their record would burst with victories. Kicking up their heels, the cheerleaders jumped into summer camp at I.U. as well as drilled at the summer practices in order to refine their cheering skills. As the sun scorched the earth during the sizzling August, the dedicated Redskins burned the practice fields with desire. READY, OK . . . Junior Kamona Coleman tries a jump during summer cheerleading practice. RETIRING FOR THE DAY . . . Senior Danny Goens and a teammate near the locker room after a hard summer workout. CHUG-A-LUG . . . Senior Curtis Cook tips a cooler during a break from practice.
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People MUSCLE MAN . . . Sophomore William Barnett helps at the start of a n ew school year by retrieving books. NOW LET ' S SEE HERE . . . Mr Ray Hendrick discusses a schedule change with junior Bill Smith. School opens with heat, changes On August 25, 1983, hundreds of Redskins burst back into a new school year. This year, however, was slightly different for all Redskins. The beginning of school pre-empted two weeks of summer vacation, and the new 55 minute periods went into effect. " They ' re not as bad as I thought they would be; the heat is what made them seem bad, " stated junior David Roundtree. The 55 minute periods were designed to give the students more in-class work time and more time in required classes. In spite of the hectic beginning, the Redskins made the most of an exciting school year. There were many gleaming new faces with the addition of 370 freshmen. As the new Redskins familiarized themselves with the building, older students had the usual chores that go along with the start of a school year. There were schedule changes, locker problems, and the distribution of new books to be accomplished. The heat played a significant part in a slow start for the school year. As the sun glared down, students were hard at work in the classroom. One shortened day helped the Redskins beat the heat temporarialy. And as the year progressed, everyone seemed to settle into the new routines. As in the past, Manualites made the most of the year and showed their gleaming Redskin pride !
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