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flgwhich the Baler football team held a
N This ear's S irit Week took placei
during the week of Gctober 25-30. It
consisted of five different dress-up
On Monday, each class showed their
spirit by wearing a different color. The
Freshmen wore green, the Sophomores
wore yellow, Juniors wore blue, and
the Seniors wore black.
Tuesday was hat, tie, and sunglasses
dav. Students wore everything from
baseball hats and Ray-Bans to cowboy
hats and bow ties.
With Wednesday came twin day. This
day was when friends could purposely
wear the same outfit as the other
without being called "trendies."
Not only was Thursday beach day,
but we also had a special B.L.T. in
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slave auction to raise money.
Auctioneer and coach, Pete Lavarato,
sold the varsity football players,
including Phil Stevens, who went for
the highest amount of money - 585.00
Another activity that took place during
the B.L.T. was a volleyball tournament
in which teams from each class and
teachers competed with one another.
When Friday finally came around,
students supported the Balers by
wearing red and white. Since Friday
was the last school day before
Halloween, students dressed up as
everything from jailbirds to California
After all classes were over, everyone
went over to the stadium to give one
final bit of luck and encouragement to
our Baler football teams for the night's
' At the rally we held class'
competitions in which the Seniors won
most, if not, "all" the time.
After the rally everyone went down to
San Benito Street to watch the
spectacular Baler homecoming parade,
which included floats made by
members of each class, and some made-A
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omecoming princesses and their
scorts, the band, the Grand-Marshalls,
and assortment of decorated vehicles.
i This year's Spirit Week was one than
Qwill never be forgotten.
- Kim Kraus
- Amy Breen
- Jo AnnewTambo
Jailbirds, Chris Sumner and Michelle Read, can escape from jail, but not from their love.
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lHere stands a proud Liz Sanchez, not yet knowing she would be crowned Homecoming
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At l:3O on Friday, November 6th, the
streets were closed and the crowds
anxiously awaited the l987
Homecoming Parade. The stage was
finally set after long hours of planning
i The Homecoming theme was "It's a
Small World" and it brought floats
displaying the cultures of other
countries. The judges had a hard time
picking the winner, since they were all
showing top form. When the decision
was made the winner was the juniors
with "Our Mission is to Break the
Vikings." The freshmen came in
second, the sophomores came in third,
amithb came in fourth.
At half time ofthe football game the
floats paraded once more and the
princesses and their escorts were
presented. Exiting their cars were
freshman princess Priscilla
Cardenas with her escort Steve
Goularte, sophomore princess
Yvette Macias and her escort Ian
Carter followed. The junior princess
was Natalie Hegg and her escort was
Travis Eastman. Finally came the
senior princesses and their escorts:
Kris Ranney and David Becerra,
Tina Candelaria and David
Somavia, and Liz Sanchez and
As last years Homecoming Queen,
Jill' Alexander, approached the field'
the tension mounted. Who was going to
be the Homecoming Queen of l987 -
1988? The winner was announced: lt
was Liz Sanchezi ,
When asked about winning, Liz said,
"lt was the rnost memorable event in
To top off the night, our football team
beat the Vikings 23-l5. When senior'
Art Correa was asked about his
impression of homecoming, he replied,
"It was a real distraction, but exciting
week for the football players, but at the
end it was all worth it." I
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