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OH WHAT A FEELING! RAISING SPIRITS W Big Red pride has long been a southland legend; 1983 was certainly no exception. The Lancer spirit was evident everywhere everyday, but color and rally days were especially important in keeping the spirit alive. All of the outward signs were gratifying: " Big Red Country " embla- zoned on the stadium wall, prominently dis- played posters in glorious red and white, early and late rehearsals of ROTC and band, pepster practices, grueling athletic workouts. Citadel and fundraising sales, the midnight flurry of float building and the mightly Lancer strutting proudly during a pep rally. All of the classes actively participated in student government. Both cheer squads went to extra lengths to set the proper tone. However, there was also an inner spirit that was not quite as evident. It was in the hearts of all Lancers, present and part, and was a feeling of pride in being a member of LHS. r MR. CLEMENS cranks out the National Anthem. 2. KRISTI HANNS twirls for the crowd. 3. The diploma and rings were symbols of pride and accomplishment. 4. MR. GARSKE and the BAND were integral parts of the school spirit. 5. MRS. HANSEN and the MASCOT show who is num- ber one. 6. LORIE GRIMES and DAVE VITWAR help in the cabinet ' s poster production line. 7. Finding HEATHER CLISBY ' S lunch money was no problem for the cheerleaders. Raising Spirits 1 3
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One of the warmest feelings experienced by every Lancer was thie one that comes from helping someone else. Staff members helped by super- vising, as well as keeping the campus clean and safe. Teachers were always available to give ex- tra academic help. Many students found that the librarian and media center expert were among the best resources. Administrators kept busy ar- ranging schedules, tracking graduation require- ments, suggesting electives, promoting schol- arship and telling students about various col- leges. One of the greatest aids in academic achievement was that friendly student who in- vited a colleague to study with her. Students shared their triumphs as well as giving a shoul- der to cry on; there was always a great satisfac- tion in helping another. L ZINA TAYLOR and KATHY JOHNSON cram before finals. 2. ANDRA GIBSON proudly displays the " Class of ' 83 " button giyen him by MRS HAMBLY. 3. Students are impressed with MR. HAMILTON ' S knowl- edge. 4. COACH SWEENEY makes a pivotal point with TONY POPE. 5. SCOTT WILLIAMS races NORCHELL RENTY for the first bite. 6. LETI- TIA ARCHIE helps with the lunchtime mess. 7. Tomato and onion cup- cakes were a specialty for KURT SPRINGER and SHELLY RIDDLE. 8. MRS. MARUMOTO re-programs GINA PETERS, 9. MRS. COOKE finds the answer for DONNA FAY. II OH WHAT A FEELING! HELPING ANOTHER
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