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1. The Raiderettes practice once more before
a performance during basketball season. 2.
Karen Glowacki helps Shelly Seaton get ready
before a show. 3. John Petree and Patty
Carlson hold the unofficial Raider mascot. 4.
Sallie See stands at attention during a rehear-
sal. 5. Smiles shine on the faces of the
Raiderettes during a half time show. 6.
Raiderettes: Susan Jones, secretary-
treasurer, Sallie See, Sue Bowman, captain,
Shelly Seaton: Karen Glowacki, and historian,
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filled the gym. The anticipation built to a peak.
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marched to the center of the floor with the school ban-
ner. Their new satin blouses gleamed. Their smiles
dazzled. Their performances in the gym or on the foot-
ball field were executed with perfection. And thanks
to a dry spell and the new track, there. was no need to
worry about marching through a swamp.
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team hat on his head. The other "mascot" was created
by some very athletic land very strongl Raider Yell
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"horse" and "Raider" to run around during the football
games when a touchdown was made.
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1. Gina Ross demonstrates one of the new
Flag Team steps ata game againstHarmon. 2.
The team spent many practice hours perfec-
ting their succession of flags. 3. Debbie Noon,
Jenny Garrett, Dana Tait and Maureen Shay
performed a show to "Then Came You, "at the
sub-state pep assembly. 4. First year Flag
Team member Candy Campbell marches with
Drill Team captain Lisa Mensch to "Espana,"
5. Sally Ball proudly accepts the round of
applause given to the team by the audience at
a half-time performance. By the way, Sally's
favorite expression is "Quit it. " 6. Flag Team
members perform one of their favorite for-
mations, circles, at a halftime show. 7.
Southettes-FRONT ROW: Susan Brooker,
secretary, Sharon Crossette, captain, Brenda
McAleer, co-captain, Mary Beth Heffley,
historian. SECOND ROW: Julie Voorhees,
Susan Haecker, Laurie Desmarteau, Angie
Petsche, Gina Ross, Kathy Catlin, Shari
Wrubel, Lori Stobaugh. THIRD ROW: Diane
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Debbie Noon, Maureen Shay, Candy
Campbell, Susan Barr, Sally Ball, Terri
Kroeker, Nancy Blickley. Not pictured: Dana
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