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The heat was a combination of
hot Florida days and enthusiasm
generated by 1500 screaming bodies.
People packed the newly-painted
orange and black gym, anticipating a
rekindling of Tribe Pride.
It was the first pep rally of the
year. For a while, sophomores were
reminded of their "lowly" status but
cheerleader julie Reagan put a stop to
the hazing by reminding everyone
that the purpose was to cheer the
school and gave the sophomores a
warm invitation to join the spirit.
Then the business began.
Heads pounded, hands
throbbed from clapping, and voices
echoed the chant "We're Number
One!" When all energies were spent,
the student body sang the alma mater
without music from the band. The
sounds were far from musical perfec-
tion, yet somehow, were incredibly
Things were looking up.
Pep rallies: Spirit Builders or Time-
"I wish it'd been longer." Sandy
"It gave me a headache!" Chris Hunt.
"When you leave, you walk in a
stupor because your ears are ringing
from all the noise." Richard Forbes.
"The dance team had its jive
together." Edward Bullock.
"It's a shame that kids are found by
the flagpole and not in the gym."
Mrs. Kathy Ford.
" Super from corner to corner!" An-
"The sophomores did better this
time." Leslie Wilbur.
ABOVE LEFT!Pulsating rhythms from the
Seminole drummers evoke the urge to dance in
Sherry Berguson and Lisa jackson.
LEFT!Standing ovations or standing room only?
Actually, the senior class is up in arms over pride
in the Fighting Seminoles' winning streak of five
ga mes. Beating Gainesville is the only thing on the
minds ofthe team and school during the pep rally.
THE FEVER l 3”