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BE^^^HSf^ The Junior and »enlor gaU are both on the line anticipating the next play. The powderpuff U one of the favorite activities during Homecom- ing week. Senior coaches Craig Rider and Jerry Meyers celebrate with their team after the pcwderpuff game. The funny thing Is the seniors lost by two points to the Jujilor gala. ' SPIRIT WEEK! ' Hats, shades, concert t-shirts, bandanas, and the traditional red and blue day all added to the spirit of homecoming. " Spirit " was what all the students displayed during the traditional Homecoming week. Kicking it off with hats and shades on Monday, followed by sweats, bandan- as, and concert T-shirts on Tuesday. The Powderpuff football game wa,s on Wed- nesday, so everyone wore Senior cheerleaders for the 1984 - 86 Homecoming Powderpuff football game are shown doing an all-squad mount. Senior Greg Eshelman seems to be losing his balance. their jerseys and cheered on the juniors and the seniors. The victory went to the juniors in a close game 8-6. Thursday brought strange dress for crazy day, while Friday was Homecoming, so everyone showed their pride by wearing the school colors, red and blue. SPIRIT/13
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Freshman Rodney Letner sports his hat and shades during Homecoming week. Many students were Incognito during the " spirited " week. Sophomores Dawn Mataraza and Heather Hamrick show their spirit by wearing Wayne painter caps. The week was fUled with zany gimmicks to increase school spirit. 18/SPIRIT
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. J h < H r ^Bm 1 $ ^\m^^tL hx ** t . i\ t Hs^^^m IV 1 i^kM^ ^ mwJt^ti ' 1 1^^^ ▼ ' ^1 , Tl ■ ^ \, l/A X 1 " ^^^^^^^ ' v^ \ ■K > 1 / K ' ^ K Grant, Sandy Tsigulofi^tKchael Springper, Jerry Myers, Michelle O Oanaway, Charita Singleton, John Simmerman, Darrell Armstead, Jen- " Senoff, Greg Eshelman, Katie Har- ngton. FIREWORKS INTRODUCE NEW QUEEN As each girl was seated after being introduced, the announcer relayed to the crowd that the 1984 - 85 homecoming queen was Lisa Lebamoff. The stadium lights glowed, a light fog rose, and as the cool air set in. Everyone knew it was going to be a night to remember. Home- coming is always memorable, but it was especially so this year, as Wayne trampled the Elmhurst Trojans 28 - 6. The game was exciting, but everyone seemed to be eyeing the clock waiting for the excitement of halftime. When the show began the Blue Guard played better than ever. The court and their escorts were in place — the stage was set for the big moment. Her name was read . . . Lisa Lebamoff, the 1984 Homecoming queen. The new queen, her court, and an excited crowd watched as the beautiful sparks of the fireworks faded and the stadium lights began to glow once again, and it was on with the football game. Following the triumphant game the fans headed to Wayne ' s commons to dance the night away. As junior Julie Jacques said, " It was a night to remember. " Senior Lisa Lebamoff accepts the title of homecoming queen. 14/HOMECOMINQ
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