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Page 13 text:
RESULTS OF HOMECOMING COMPETITION
Freshmen Sophomores Juniors Seniors
Powderpuff 2 2 3 A
Volleyball 3 2 2 A
Guys' pie eating 1 A 2 3
Girls' pie eating 2 4 3 3
Guys' three legged race 2 C3 A 2
Girls' three legged race 1 3 A 2
Tug of war 2 2 C3 4
Wagon floats 2 3 4 2
Halls 1 C3 2 A
TOTAL 1o 26 27 29
Students gather around the table to
cheer their classmates to a pie eating
victory during class competition.
This yeor's Homecoming court include
CBottom-up? freshmen Amy Hall, Milse
Bessignanog sophomore Deanna
Williams, junior Bob Cloryg juniors Becky
Lund, Charlie Walker: seniors Molly
Viclsety, Todd Kinneyq Shelly White,
Rod Schramq Shawn Buffington, Danny
Wingardq Missy Edwards and Darrell
Mitchell substituting for injured varsity
player, Dave Williams,
Big smiles express the feelings of
seniors Shawn Mary Buffington and
Todd Kinney after they were crowned
Homecoming queen and king.
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Tiger defense shows enthusiasm after
holding Blackford from scoring in
The JV and freshmen cheerleaders face
the bitter weather as they help cheer
their victorious team onward. fBotrom?
Showing poise and grace senior
Tigerette Yvonne Grimmett performs to
the song "America" during half time.
Tigers upset ninth ranked team
ueen Shawn Mary
Buffington and king
Todd Kinney reigned
over Homecoming night as
the Tigers beat ninth ranked
Blackford to conclude a
tremendous week of
Homecoming week was
full of special activities on
each day starting off with
Urban cowboy and hat and
shades day on Monday,
punk rock day on Tuesday,
pajama day on
Wednesday, grub and
button day on Thursday,
and the traditional black
and gold day on Friday.
activities began on
Wednesday with the
annual powder puff
defeated the freshmen by
a score of 6-O. Directly
following that game,
playing through triple
overtime then into sudden
death the seniors triumphed
over the sophomores with
a score of 6-O.
The following day the
seniors and thejuniors
battled it out as seniors
proved victorious overall
with a score of 12-6 to win
the powder puff title.
On Thursday the students
were released from the
classrooms early to
participate and watch
activities. The activities
during school were
volleyball competition, a
TUQ of war, a three legged
race, and a pie eating
contest. This is the first time
students were allowed to
get out of class for
Klosterman said, "I think it
really helped arouse more
overall spirit for that night's
On Thursday night all four
classes decorated their halls
to the theme of "Spirits
Finally the big game
arrived. Even though the
temperature was creeping
down the thermometer,
the Tiger fans dressed
warmly and cheered their
team onward. The fans
were rewarded with an
overtime win of 13-7 that
caused them to sweep
right down onto the field.
As the stadium cleared,
senior Rob Sommers
commented to his friends,
"This is the most excitement
we've seen ata football
game our four years of
To top the night, the
Tigers danced to the tunes
of Valley View Sounds at
the Homecoming dance,
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Taking a pause from her performance
in the football pIoyer's skit, "Seaside
Rendevous, " senior Bev Royal takes o
drink before resuming her singing.
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he 1981 Rodeo, "The Movies," was
undoubtedly a box office smash. The two
hour presentation consisted of 24 acts, with
over 300 students and teachers involved on and
off stage. Highlighting the Rodeo were the class
and teacher skits.
The sophomore class won the skit competition
with their version of the "Richard Simmons Show."
Other class skits were "The Great Freshman
Caper," by the freshman class, thejuniors in
"MASH," and the seniors in "Friday the 2Oth."
Crowd-pleasing acts performed by the Rodeo
cast were "Flight 13 to Nowhere," "Red Dust,"
"The Return to Andy Hardy," and "Bonnie and
Clad." Other acts were "Keep on Treking" written
byjunior Mark Pflug and "Melancholy Blue"
written by senior Bev Royal.
Belles and Choir performed the song
"Suddenly" and the medley, "On Broadway."
Solos were sung by Kecia Redomon, Dede Olson,
Cheryl Cavins, Ylonda Klein, and Alicia Parker.
Duets were performed by Lesley Bowman and
Troy Stapleton, and Elizabeth Bowles and Donna
Rodeo director, Mr. Larry Stratmeier, summed
up his feelings of the Rodeo as he said, "There
were many more students involved in this year's
two hour production than last year, especially with
the class skits. l personally think this was the best
Rodeo I directed, even though there were still
areas that needed improvement."
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