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Page 108 text:
JV basketball cheerleaders are Beverly
Shull, Joanne Leaphart, Carla Aull
lheadl, Jeannie English, and Cindy
Cheerleaders for the JV football team
are Denise Eddins, Audrey Buchanan,
Cindy Lowman, Becky Beheler lheadl,
and Vickie Watts.
Page 107 text:
Monolony Ol Classes
Broken By Phys-Ed
Physical education provided a
lively break from the tedium of
classroom studies. Some students
discovered that getting into shape
meant a lot of work, tense muscles,
and unfamiliar aches. "Warm Ups"
entailed endless sit ups, innumera-
ble kneebends, countless push-ups,
and grueling jumping jacks. Run-
Masculine physique is silhouetted against
a background of activity as Michael Cart
views a competitive game of basketball.
ning lengthy laps was also one of
the coaches' favorites. Basketball,
baseball, and football basics
rounded out a strenuous program
of physical training.
For the more physically-
inclined, clubs were available for
additional training. FCA-Fellow-
ship of Christian Athletes-and
Girls' Physical Fitness Club pro-
vided extra activities far the
school is athletes.
Running in place expends the surplus
energy of girls in physical education to
prepare them for difficult exercises.
After completion of the FCA fund-
raising project-selling toothbrushes-
Ricky Thomas, Bert Dooley, and Mr.
Fox discuss results.
Page 109 text:
To Aid Teams
ln an attempt to arouse stu-
dent spirit, cheerleaders labored
many long hours planning bulletin
boards, making signs, and practicing
Assisted by the Cat Band,
varsity football cheerleaders en-
couraged the support of the student
body during pep rallies, bonfires,
ln addition to cheering at
gamx, the JV cheerleaders lent a
hand to the task of selling spirit rib-
bons. They traveled to homerooms
soliciting support for the Mhldcats
during orientation period
Augmenting the noise and
chants heard at basketball games
was the organization known as
EIB-Sigma Iota Beta. lt was en-
larged this year, the second since its
inception, to include underclaxmen
Varsity cheerleaders, both basketball and
football, vivaciously chant cheers for the
Christmas parade spectators.
Varsity football cheerleaders are Christy
Shealy, Nettie Maguire, Peggy Burton,
Debbie Gregerson, Teresa Bickley
fheadl, Joy Holman, Anita Snelgrove,
and Luan Millen
Prior to the lrmo game, cheerleaders rip
the yellow jacket costume off Allan
Dooley in an attempt to raise spirit.
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