St Louis Country Day School - Codasco Yearbook (St Louis, MO)

 - Class of 1987

Page 14 of 264

 

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---- i 1 . "'1i"'f': "i1mii.?-Ii+..:ii!'?' .17 3 l 3 , i WRAPPED Annu D WRI T "What's that on your wrist?" A significant number of students this year decided. to take up a new and colorful. fad - wrist bracelets. Brace-i lets were only for girls, or so, most people had thought.. But students didn't seem toi mind any preconceptions. These bracelets first, emerged at Country Day last year, but were considered commonplace in '87. Water polo and football players even wore them during A EW KI K T0 -- ADWSOEY games. .Usually they were made by girlfriends, howev- er, some students ventured out and made them on their own. To make the bracelets, you take three or more pieces of different colored string all of equal length. Braid the pieces of string and tie them together to complete the bracelet around your wrist. The only method of remov- ing the colorful band from your wrist is by untying the the string. But, as the bracelets were a fad, they were sure to go the way of the hula hoop or Rubik's Cube. However, as Doug Bitting predicts, "These bracelets are so pop- ular among the lower grades, it is unlikely they will die out after this year." if by Pele i uthrika 2 Red brick, white sum, jacket: Reis knot, or in some cases cutting Everyday, the lowerg schoolers played football, onl and off the field. They evenj played in the morning beforei different advisories playing against each other. Usually, two games were played at ionceg one game took place school, dressed in coats andi- between Warson Road and ties. One carpool driver said, "I love it, all those little kids playing in their nice clothes, but don't they get dirty?" "No," one student replied, "we only play touch." When asked if the smell bothered them or their teachers, an- other student replied, "No it doesn't bother us or our teachersg we just look tired and sweaty." Lower schoolers also played "advisory football" on Friday afternoons, right before lunch. This involved l0fNew Pads the lower school, the other between Warson Road and the library. Did they enjoy the early morning and Fri- day afternoon scrimages? The answer was an unani- mous, "Yes!" One student went as far to say, "It's great. We really need the exercise." by Chris Teutenberg Closing in, David White, Class 7, tries to avoid being "touched" by the "defense" in an after-school football game. i r l I V the spirit of the .

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