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Lockers lookin' good
ecoroting inside of lockers has become o favorite
postime for this yeor's sophomores. Tracey Wolfe
said the reason she decorotes her locker is so
when a good lookin' guy comes by ond stops to look at it,
it gives her a chonce to talk to him.
Decorations in the lockers range from clip arts of animals
or jokes, photos of movie stars, sports figures, or even
boyfriends and girlfriends, up to favorite concert shots of
rock groups like AC I DC and the greot antics of the
energetic lead singer of Van Holen, David Lee Roth, and
leod guitarist Eddie Von Halen.
Putting o personal touch to one's own locker makes it
seem more individually owned, not like everyone elses. It
could easily be put in the sense of a home away from
home. Jeff Douglos soid, "You can't mistake your locker
for onyone elses, that is for sure!" Dwight Hollond
summed if up reolly Well O5 he Odded, "If mokes my When walking down sophomore hall, locker afterlocl-:er con be seen decorated
with that personal touch.
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Weekends get uWi1d"
Sophomores Laura Hight, Tracey Wolfe, Lisa Ubel, Elaine Liska, Tino Malden and
Kristy Stapleton spend a night on the town.
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here were some things this year that just about
every sophomore did the same. The biggest was
how they spent the weekend. Getting their
driver's license was a big event and putting it to use was
even bigger. Here were the most common sights to see
- lf sophomores weren't cruisin' in their own car, they
were with someone that was.
- lf they weren't already at Taco John's, they were
- lf they weren't going to a movie, they were coming
home from one.
- lf they weren't having a party, they were going to
- lf they weren't attending sport events, it was because
they were playing in them.
- If they didn't do their homework, it was because they
hadn't brought it home in the first place.
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Ladies and gentlemen . . .
Aerial artists in high-casting are catchers, AI Decker and Joe Lester. Flyers include,
'ight, freshman Jenny Sharpnack, senior Lorri Morburger, sophomore Kerri Hentgen
fropk, and freshman Jamie Fry fbelowl.
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iami County was once the winter quarters for such
circuses as Clyde Beatty, and the great
Hagenback-Wallace Shows. Many residents are
sons, daughters, grandsons, and granddaughters of retired
circus pros who make their winter quarters their
permanent home. In 1960 these and many more great
circuses changed their winter quarters to Florida, and since
then, "The Greatest Amateur Show on Earth" has
become a legend.
Scholarships are given to students who have performed
three of their high school years including the summer after
Head coach and twelve year circus veteran, Bill
Anderson said, "I felt like the kids learn a sense of
responsibility, respect, and realize a sense of
accomplishment." Sophomore performer, Laura Hight
added, "We arejust one big family and I love itl"
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