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- The Cheer Leaders .3
' HERE are the noise makers who have led our cheers throughout the year. They are
i H the ones that inject that 'LHigh School Spirit" into the team and the crowd. Spurred on
i hy the cheering legions hehind them, Coach Palmgrenis proteges swept hy alloppositinn
"To the victors belong the spoils" and to the victorious team goes the credit fbi' a
victory. But, we must not forget the incentive which caused them to put their all into as
a fight for their Alma Mziter. That the cheerfleaders played a part in the victory is a "
fact heyond dispute. Let us give them the credit they deserve. 1
As the leader of leaders we have Howard Lloyd. He has proved to us that he "knows I
his stuff." Marion Hinkel and Charles Hess were his ahle assistants. They have plenty f
of pep and enthusiasm.
We hope that these leaders will serve as an incentive for future cheering.
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