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Page 228 text:
“T ()-Bn , FOUR-BITS, six-bit a dollar. " Varsity Cheerleaders pause to rest before leading the next cheer. Rocky’s Cheerleaders Roister School Spirit, Add Pep to Assemblies LEADING THE SCHOOL in rousing cheers during games are the varsity cheerleaders. TWO OF THE VARSITY Cheerh aders pause to pose for the photogra¬ pher. They are Lonnie Bunten and Carol Barth. 224 CHEERLEADERS
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MEMBERS OF THE SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SQUAD are: kneeling: Mgr. Rick Erwin, Jeff Vogi, Jaek Gromoll, Dave Iflenke, Steve Grimllc, Ted Spurgetift, Mike Senatra, Dwight Anderson, Roger El«hury, and manager Steve Sax. Standing: Tim Fuller, Coach Je»ke, Tom Dreesnen, Ed Thoma , I)a Jagger, Jim Slack, Jim Scott, Terry Denoma, John Pepke Pete Gillift, Al Minick, and Coach oungqui t. Soph Cagers Battle to Finish Season with lll-ll Record c Sophomore Scoreboard In his first year as sophomore head roach, Frank Youngquist rallied his soph racers from a dismal 1-5 start to a 10-11 season reeord. They split evenly, 8-8, in eonferenee play and earned a 2-3 reeord in non-conferenee panics. The pebbles were paced by Jim Slack, a rugged rebounder as well as a frequent high-scorer, Pete ghi is, another high scorer, Terry Denoma, Al Minick, Tom Dreessen,and John Pepke. After losing five of their first six games, the pebbles gained their second victory of the season against West, lost the following game to Washing¬ ton by 7 points, and then settled down to win their next four games. They next met undefeated Moline who started the Pebbles’ mid-season, 4-game losing streak. The sophs bounced back to win four in a row. These triumphs were highlighted by a high scoring encounter with Jefferson, 83-81, in which Jim Slack fired in 34 points and Terry Drnoma,20, and a close, 61-60 win over Galesburg, when Tom Dreessen sank two free throws in the closing sec¬ onds of the game. In their finale, a much improved soph squad dropped a close one to Alleman, 4 1 -45. Hock Island 38 Alleman 54 Hock sland 68 Quincy 65 Rock Island 55 Jefferson 69 Hock sland 49 East Moline 73 Hock Island 54 Iowa City 66 Hock Island 37 Moline 48 Hock Island 53 West 48 Hock Island 53 Washington 60 Hock Island 76 Central 29 Hock sland 68 East Moline 66 Hock Island 60 Washington 42 Hock Island 68 Iowa City 60 Hock Island 43 Moline 59 Hock Island 58 Peoria Central 62 Rock Island 61 West 63 Hock Island 62 Clinton 71 Rock Island 59 Dubuque 52 Hock Island 83 Jefferson 81 Hock Island 69 Central 62 Hock sland 61 Galesburg 60 Hock Island 41 Alleman 45 BASKETBALL 223
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“WHEW, I MADE it”. Sophomore cheer¬ leader Cindy Lewis seems relieved as she perches on the top of the bleachers. “DON ' T LET ME FALL!” pleads Fran Bianei to Bo Williamson while Ann kling- beil watches, laughing. “DONT LOOK DOWN!” Fran ap¬ pears ready to jump as she finally achieves the top of the bleachers. Af I ER. FALLING OFF rilE bleachers tin Sophomore cheerleaders. Bo Williamson, F ran Bianei, Ann Klinghiel, and Cindy Lewis decide to pose for a conventional picture. Missing is Doris McDonald. CHEERLEADERS 225
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