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Students cheer for their team at a close game against Andrean. Students Take Part in Spirit Week Football homecoming began the Mon- day before the game with a spirit week, which was sponsored by the Booster Club. In order to show their school spirit students dressed as Cowboys and Indians on Mon- day, the costume of their choice on Tuesday, jerseys on Wednesday, Thursday was 50s day, and Friday was purple and gold day. During the 7th hour on Friday, there was a pep session to introduce the candi- dates for homecoming queen and to cheer on the Brickie team. Also, it was announced that Senior Chris Drobac was voted Mr. Football. Senior Sue Shudick was chosen as homecoming queen, and the court included Junior Beth Kozyra, Sophomore Sue Thyen, and Freshman Rhonda Meacham. The Brickies beat Michigan City Rog- ers, 35-6, on October 16. Drobac lived up to the title given to him when he rushed for 122 yards and two touchdowns, and caught a 25- yard scoring pass. The Booster Club sponsored a home- coming dance on Saturday, October 17. The dance was from 7 to 1 1 p.m. in the cafeteria, and the cost was $2. Student Council sponsored the election of the basketball homecoming king and queen. The election of the queen involved candidates from all grades. However, ac- cording to Mayor Harry Langbehn, only se- nior boys were on the ballot “due to lack of participation.” Plans for homecoming included many activities. The Booster Club sponsored Spir- it Week, February 1 to 5. Students dis- played their spirit by wearing camouflage on Monday, a Hobart jersey on Tuesday, sweats on Wednesday, clothing that was in- side out and backwards on Thursday, and purple and gold on Friday. Also, there was a pep session during the 7th hour on Friday. At the pep session, Se- nior Todd Elliot was named Mr. Basketball. Seniors Janet Kostromin and Alan Young were named Basketball Homecom- ing queen and king. This year was the first year for a king to be named. Members of the homecoming court in- cluded princesses Junior Gloria Simpson, Sophomore Kristin Willie, and Freshman Bethany Wimmer. The basketball team lost its homecom- ing game to Andrean, 66-65. Juniors Erik Grant and Troy Mercer led the Brickie ef- fort. Grant had 21 points and eight re- bounds, while Mercer contributed 13 points and six rebounds.
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Jubilant players carry Coach Don Howell off the field after Being presented with the Phil Eskew Mental Attitude Award is Senior Mike Golarz as his parents look winning semi-state. on. On a float during the victory parade are Seniors Scott Ahlbrand, Rich La Bounty, Kevin Conjelko, and Bob Meacham. Coach Don Howell and his Brickies spent much time after the game posing for pictures. The Brickie team runs through a sign on their way to the field before the Regional game against Munster. Cheering during a game is Junior Joni Salisbury. Playoffs 7
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Enjoying themselves at the homecoming sockhop are Juniors Rich Graham and Stan Flick, Senior Ken Westerlund, and Junior John Anderson. Senior Alan Young, the first HHS Homecoming King, is surprised to be receiving a gift. After being crowned Football Homecoming Queen, Senior Sue Shudick, stands next to her escort. Senior Alan Baum. The winning float, designed by the Freshman class, is being shown off in the homecoming parade. Homecoming 9
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