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Rocky students rejoice over
Night time games!
Rocky had found reason to cheer. Aside from che Rocks winning fool-ball season, the games were played on Friday nights. Along with the games came the large crowds once associated with the Rock.
"A lot more people come to the games. The crowds add a lot of momentum to the team and that helps win games," said senior Dan Boeye. "The team seems to play better", he added.
The cheers by the fans grew stron-
ger and louder. And they echoed longer, as the Rocks ran out on the field 3 Friday nights this season.
"We’re looking forward to having 3 home games next year. The night games draw a lot more people, and the lights arc a definite crowd plcas-er.” said Booster Club member Paul Wendland.
"The lights are good for everyone." said Boeye, "now no one has to miss their college football games on Saturdays.
Kock I'land High School fan' run oul on chc field after a glorious victory (gainst East Moline.
22 Student Life
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Students travel to workshops
Spend summer at camp
They had finally arrived! Afier eight hours of travel Kelley Wend-land, Annette Johanson. and Dave Gellcrman had finally reached Ball State University, where they were to spend the next week in an intense course teaching yearbook skills.
After searching for a parking space and invading the dorms, the trio went to classes. In the back of their minds they thought of this as a mini-vacation. Little did they know
that that evening they would stay up until 3:00 A.M. doing homework-some vacation!
Because of the long distance, homesickness set in and they had misgivings about the whole ordeal. However, as the week progressed, their outlook improved. The night before the workshop ended, they went to a punk dance to wipe their minds clear of work for awhile.
With thoughts of the people they
had met still fresh in their minds, they decided the workshop had been O.K. after all. Now if they could just into practice all they had been taught
Workouts at cheerleading camp involve inventing new routines. Laura Poffenbarger. Linda Hurkehead. and Brenda Suarer work on a new cheer during football checrlcading camp.
Sneaking out to make a few quick phone calls during Shakespeare camp requires waiting in line and often sharing the phone. Kathi Moran, Jenny Ocstriech, and Ann Townsend talk to a mutual friend.
Student Life II
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Modem Life 2)
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