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Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Auds""
Students pile into the already crowded
gymnasium and gradually fill the bleach-
ers to their capacity. "West give us a W!"
echoes off the walls along with resound-
ing cheering and clapping. The pep band
booms out the school song and another
aud has offically begun.
Firing up for a big game is what auds
are most often about. Competition can
boost school spirit, as was demonstrated
when the administration lead the crowds
at the Homecoming aud. Dr. Johnson, Mr.
Liddy, and Dr. Grebner led the contest in
which the sophomores, juniors, and sen-
iors attempted to out-yell each other.
During the West-Central pep aud, the Pep
Club presented a series of skits imitating
the typical Blue Devil football players and
cheerleaders. After these activities, Dr.
Johnson took over, removed his jacket
and vest, and once again led the crowd
with the famous "Beat Central" cheer.
However, auds can be more than just
yelling. The Gala King announcement and
Homecoming Queen Coronation are two
of the more serious types. The decora-
tions and music from the orchestra pro-
vide a special kind of atmosphere. Auds
are also a great way to let students know
what's going on. For example, the pre-
sentation given for the musical set the
stage for a good turnout at the actual
performance. Some auds are used purely
for entertainment, which makes a nice
change from the school routine. For
Homecoming, Bob Mason provided an
entertaining look at the world of ESP.
Throughout his years at West, A stu-
dent experiences numerous pep rallies
which cover a wide range of activities.
Cheers, presentations, skits, and speech-
es are all a part of the many auds, yet
each one has an individual characteristic
which will be remembered in the years to
Senior Sue Jepaen, one of West's Freddy Falcon
mascots, cheers the football team on at a pep aud.
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