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Page 14 text:
S2 G RAW
W e Shall G0 Onward
School colors, red and gray, bring arousing shouts
Carol Schroeder discusses a business matter with president
Pam Stevens during the Football Preview.
Pep Club members add enthusiasm and spirit to the student body
during a pep assembly.
Chele Phillips, hanging, and Peggy Evans, sitting, add the
final touches to our goal post before the Capital Hill game.
Page 13 text:
Behind the strong and ever present walls of U. S. Grant
stand hundreds of students united as one. United through the
common bond of youth and all its many activities the undying
spirit and enthusiasm of each is more outstanding than the
man made architectural wonder known as U. S. Grant High
SPIRIT is standing behind every door and in all the numer-
ous class rooms. The spirit of knowledge and learning is mold-
ing and shaping these youthful minds for the new frontiers of
SPIRIT is walking hand and hand with the cheers and chants
of the Sabrette Pep Club. Whether it be a wintry night football
game, or the pulsating speed and action of the Generals on the
basketball court, both cheerleaders and pep club are always
WITH ALL THESE REASONS IN MIND IT IS WITH SINCERE
PRIDE THAT WE PROUDLY DEDICATE THE 1964 GENERAL T0
THE GENERALIS LADIES, WHOSE SPIRIT ALWAYS GOES WAY BE-
YOND THE CALL or DUTY. IT IS T0 YOU, THE SABRETTE PEP
CLUB, WE DEDICATE THE ELEVENTH EDITION OF THE U. S.
GRANT GENERAL. WE THANK YoU Fon LEADING oUR SPIRIT.
Fight on, for U. S. Grant
To win or lose
To lose or win,
Weill always do our best
To meet the test
S0 letls aIl fight for U. S. Grant
Fight on, for U. S. Grant
As the Sabrettes echo out the trailing words of "Fight On,"
the spark of spirit bursts into a blazing ball of fire never to die
For U. S. Grant fights on!
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33-H64 dCHEERLEADERS: Kathy Benjock, Carolyn Beck, Joyce Sullivan, Sandy Baggett, Edith Burrs, Jill Thomson, Susie Ruise, and Varga
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Page 15 text:
'l0nward we go . . . with vigahv is a sentence often
spoken by President John F. Kennedy. He not only
means this in the political world but in the educational
Each morning the students of U. S. Grant come to
school to begin a day of classes. However, it is a
privilege, and not thought of as work which has to be
done. The teaching and learning is done in an at-
mosphere which is unexplained and not in drudgery. It
is best interpreted by the two words Hwith vigahf' It is
the will and the desire to learn and prosper, and is
achieved by those who recognize it.
One must care about the future and do something
about it. Caring has its rewards, and those who care
will get their reward. Nothing great was ever achieved
without enthusiasm. Often the difference between suc-
cess and failure is a job or any other goal. Socrates
once said, ulgefore a man can move the world, he must
first move himselff, Our students know this and are
remembering it. They are going, and are continuing to
go onward day after day and year after year.
Wim Vigahw- Jr
of acclamation from cheerleaders and student body.
The finished product.
Sabrettes rise to their feet as the Generals score against Putnam
Sabrette Linda Grady rewards Frankie Howe for his per-
formance against the Pirates.
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