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Top Students did their best at looking like somebody else, and
these were some of the results. Kristin Forester and Mellisa Parke
compare crazy outfits during lunch on Come As You Aren't
Day, Photo by john Webb. Top Right The dummy, posing as a
Deer Valley High School football player, is just hanging around
waiting to be burned in celebration of Friday nightis game. Photo
by Jeanne Forsythe. Above Everybody watches as the dummy
goes up in smoke hanging by the neck in the center of the flames
while the band plays the fight songs and the cheer leaders help
keep the rhythm, spirit, and the crowd going. Photo by Jeanne
Forsythe. Right Friday, Toga Day, was a special event for
seniors. While Friday was Orange and Blue Day for freshmen
through junior classes, seniors dressed in togas to show all others
who they were, as shown by Billy Morris and exchange student
Stefan Herdinius. Photo by john Webb,
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By Kerry Ashby
Spirit was everywhere, thanks to the creative
dress up days and activities of Homecoming Week.
Students showed their spirit by dressing up in any-
thing that didn't match, backwards, and inside out
on Clash Day. Everyone got a kick out of the
Tricycle and Bubble Gum Blow relay at lunch.
The chance to show off favorite college sweat-
shirts was the highlight of Tuesday. The Root Beer
Chug was the main event at lunch. Students com-
peted to see what class could chug root beers the
For Wednesday, students came to school dressed
as anybody or anything but themselves. The Mys-
tery Bag Relay was the lunch time event for the
Come As You Arenyt Day.
Top Right Steve Engen tries his best at blowing a bubble in lVlonday's relay. Photo by John Webb.
Above Bill Curing struggles against her opponent to chug a rootbeer and help her team win
Tuesdays event. Photo by john Webb. Right Center Matt Dougall gets ready to race his tricycle
in Nlondayls race. Photo by john Webb. Right Mark Trombino easily clears the bar in the Limbo
Contest. Photo by john Webb.
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On Beach Day, students dressed in California
beach styles and brought anything from lawn chairs
to surf boards. During lunch, students competed to
find out who could limbo the best in the Limbo
Thursday nightls bonfire was just the beginning
of the rise in spirit for Friday night's game against
Deer Valley High School. Larry Prochnau's class
won the dummy contest, and burned it at the stake
in celebration of the Homecoming game.
To end Homecoming Week, Friday was Toga
Day for seniors, and Orange and Blue Day for
freshmen through junior classes. At lunch, students
got the chance to get even with teachers by attempt-
ing to hit them with a pie at the Pie Auction. Of
course everybody thanked those volunteering teach-
ers for participating in the event.
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Colorful floats make
Right Thunderbird fights for a Homecoming victory against Deer Vally. Photo by Kathy
Kearns. Below Unique Teepee float, made by Student Council, stimulates Homecoming
parade. Photo by Jeanne Forsythe. Center Thunderbird band performs exhilarating half-
time show. Photo by Kathy Kearns. Bottom Right Enthusiastic group poses for picture at
Homecoming game. Photo by Jeanne Forsythe.
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