Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL)

 - Class of 1964

Page 141 of 256

 

Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 141 of 256
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Page 141 text:

Pep Members Learn Facts Concerning Rocky Sports NO. THEY ' RE NOT AT THE DENTISTS; Pep Club members are jusi showing (heir enthusiasm by cheering for the Rm-ks. This year. Pep Club purchased red and gold badges to be worn when sitting in the pep section. The badges were adorned with the appropriate basketball or football pin during the respective seasons. In order to sit in the pep section at basketball games, members must also wear a white blouse or sweater so all are uniformly dressed. Because of a big increase in membership, over 500, it was necessary this year to expand the section reserved for Pep Clubbers at games. )Xith the lettermen behind them, Rocky’s pep section really showed school spirit which helped the Rocks. “LET ' S (gO ROCKY! ’ Carol varsity cheerleader, demonstrates the 8ch Kd spirit shown at all Rocky’s games. PEP CLUB 137

Page 140 text:

Pep Club Cheers All of Rocky’s Teams to Victory EXPLAINING THE DITIES of Pep Club lo che officers is Oorgia Bo iras, president. The «»lher officers are Linda Rein¬ hold, secretary; Ginny Cox, treasurer; and Susie Metternich, vice-president. The primary purpose of the Pep Club at Rock Island Senior High School is to provide a backing for all of the athletic events concerning the school. To do a thorough job of this, clinics are held where the sport or sports in season are explained, usually by the coaches and some of the players. In this way, it is hoped that the members of Pep Club will understand the sport that they are watching, and so back the team with more enthusi¬ asm because of their attentiveness to a sport they understand. At the clinics, the rules of the game are usually explained, and some of the main plays or methods of action in the games are demonstrated by representatives of the team. This is followed by a question and answer period where any doubts concerning any aspect of the game can be cleared up. At the monthly meetings, in addition to learning the rules of various sports, Rocky ' s cheerleaders teach the pep section new cheers. After the Pep Club has previewed these cheers, the cheerleaders present them to the school as a whole. DIRECTING THE EFFORTS of ihe Pep Club in leading school and Mary McDonald. Seated are: Ginny Cox. Susie Harris. Linda spirit are the following cabinet members; Standing: Diane Foss. Reinhold, Carol Barth. Georgia B u ras. Carol Bolte, Susie Metternich. Pam Liedtke. Cheryl Nelson, Julie Hollingsworth. Jackie .Arnold, Judy Pouder, Sharon Stearns, and Pa] Liedtke. 136 PEP CLUB



Page 142 text:

Pep Club Unites Entire School Behind The Rocks THEY ' RE NOT WEARING THEIR WHITE BLOUSES TO ADVERTISE " NEW BLUE CHEER " . The while blouses show membership in the RIHS Pep Club —where Crimson and Gold cheer is used. 138 PEP CLUB

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